On this month’s Learning now tv, former Disney chief learning officer, David James, talks to Nigel Paine about today’s empowered learners and why it is vital that today's L&D professionals stay one step ahead if they want to be relevant to the needs of the organisation. Also in this month’s programme: applying neuroscience to enhance engagement; highlights of PwC’s latest research with CEOs; gamification tips, 70:20:10 and more.
The programme starts at 8.00 pm UK time on Thursday 31 March, with Ady Howes’ live social stream from 7.45 pm for viewers to join in with.
April’s LNTV programme:
David James, former CLO at Disney, talks about The Empowered Learner and why it is vital that today's L&D professionals stay one step ahead if they want to be relevant to the needs of the organisation.
Amy Brann talks to Nigel about neuroscience and how L&D should be focusing on applying neuroscience to enhance engagement.
Phil Willcox talks to Lisa about emotion at work and how to harness that energy to make a difference in the workplace.
Awards Gold: Growth Engineering took the Gold Award at this year's Learning Awards for Learning Provider of the Year. Global CEO Juliette Denny explains how the organisation did it and why they are so successful.
Europe correspondent Ger Driesen interviews Jos Arets and Vivian Heijnen, two of the authors of the latest book on 702010.
Martin Couzins focuses on the PWC research 'Redefining Success in a Changing World' in which the respondents were CEOs - and this gives some valuable pointers for every organisation.
This month's Learning Designers item focuses on Tim Hall, MD of Cognify. Here, he provides 3 tips for using gamification in content.
US correspondent Brent Schlenker has been to the South by South West Festival in Austin Texas where he saw - and used - some tech that is on the way - virtual reality, 360 degree video, alternate reality, and robots.
Australia correspondent Helen Blunden is again focusing on social learning. This month she travelled to a meeting of 'The Maker' community.
The next Learning Now tv programme is on Thursday April 28, 8.00 pm UK time with the regular live social stream with Ady Howes from 7.45 pm.