“In this month’s LNTV programme Nigel Paine and Kim George take a look at creativity in work and at home, interviewing consultant and writer Doug Shaw and The Creative Huddle's managing director James Allen. Silk Road Technology’s Joanna Liem talks about the importance of marketing skills for learning professionals and we pay tribute to informal learning advocate Jay Cross,” explained LNTV’s Executive Producer, Colin Steed.
The programme starts at 8.00 pm UK time, Thursday 26 November, with Ady Howes’ live social stream from 7.45 pm for viewers to join in with.
November’s LNTV programme:
- Creativity and innovative at work and at home: consultant, blogger, facilitator and artist Doug Shaw and The Creative Huddle's managing director James Allen, talk about the value of being creative and how to unlock it
- Marketing should be an important part of a learning professional's toolkit. Kim talks to Joanna Liem, marketing director of Silk Road Technology, about the importance of marketing skills for learning professionals
- Learning Now pays tribute to Jay Cross, the advocate of informal learning in the workplace, who died on the 7th November. Compiled by our US correspondent Brent Schlenker
- Learning Now Radio co-presenter Lisa Minogue-White talks about LNTV's new bi-monthly podcast
- Trainers' Tips from Jon Kennard focuses on how to choose a learning solutions provider
- Nigel Paine reviews Elliott Masie's Learning 2015, one of the world's largest L&D events
- The Learning Designers spot features Richard Calcutt from Brightwave
- Learning Now tv’s Oceania report features the Change Management Institute's conference 'Change in the Age of Disruption'. In her report, Helen Blunden speaks to some of the main presenters and gives us a flavour of the event
The next Learning Now tv programme is on Thursday November 26, 8.00 pm UK time with the regular live social stream with Ady Howes from 7.45 pm.