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Creating a ‘happy organisation’ on Learning Now tv

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Learning Now tv interviews workplace happiness visionary, Henry Stewart, founder and CEO of the learning business, Happy.


January’s Learning Now tv will run an interview with Henry Stewart, founder of Happy in the 1980’s and who for 30 years has been a visionary promoter of the relationship between learning, happiness and happy organisations.

Also on January’s Learning Now tv, Filtered’s Chris Littlewood on algorithms in personalised learning; learning-sector media guru Martin Couzins on fake news; and insights into how Snapchat is being used in learning.

January’s Learning Now tv is on Thursday 26 January at 8 pm and the following day, Friday 27 January at 10 am. And the show will be available on catch up from the LNTV website three days later.

The full programme of interviews and features for January’s LNTV show:

  • LNTV talks to Henry Stewart about what it takes to become a 'happy organisation' and he gives some startling evidence on how to dramatically increase the performance of an organisation.

  • Michelle Parry-Slater and Fiona McBride talk to Kim about LnD Cowork - an informal gathering for everyone in L&D to meet and work together or simply bounce ideas off other L&D professionals.

  • Nigel talks to Chris Littlewood, Head of Content & Science at Filtered, about how algorithms are now playing a huge part in personalised learning in the workplace.

  • Michelle Parry-Slater continues her No Plasters series and focuses on collaboration.

  • Our research report from Martin Couzins this month puts the spotlight on fake news.

  • US reporter Brent Schlenker reports on some of the new items at the global consumer electronics and consumer technology show in Las Vegas.

  • Australia correspondent Helen Blunden surveyed her contacts on Snapchat to find out how they are using it for learning.

  • From Southern California, Tom Spiglanin provides another instalment in his popular series on how to produce video on a budget for creating content in the workplace.

  • LNTV has a new contribution from our viewers this month - Amy Burvall asks how learning has changed over the years at work and education.

The next Learning Now tv programme is on Thursday January 26, 8.00 pm UK time with the regular live social stream with Colin Steed from 7.45 pm; and again on Friday January 27, 10 am UK time.