On May’s Learning Now tv, to be broadcast on Thursday 25 and Friday 26 May, LNTV interviews Brian Murphy, Head of Learning and Leadership Development at Citi Bank. Brian’s team scooped a prestigious award for its work on digital transformation and Brian explains the significance of his team’s work and it’s impact on learning at Citi Bank.
LNTV’s Nigel Paine interviews Lorna Matty, L&D manager at Toyota Financial Services, on her transformation from a relative novice in online learning novice to a recognised expert and discovers how her organisation has benefitted from her journey. Also in May’s show, LNTV asked Martin Couzins to pick out the highlights from Deloitte's latest report on Human Capital Trends: 'Rewriting the Rules for the Digital Age'.
Learning Now tv is on Thursday May 25 at 8 pm and the following day, Friday May 26 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 May’s LNTV show:
- Brian Murphy, Head of Learning and Leadership Development at Citi Bank, explains the digital transformation project that saw his team scoop a Gold Award at the 2017 Learning Awards.
- Lorna Matty, L&D manager at Toyota Financial Services, talks to Nigel about her journey from novice to expert in live online learning and how it is now reaping benefits for her organisation.
- Lisa Minogue-White presents another of her popular reports on L&D. This month she's at the CIPD's L&D Show to give us her review of the event.
- Michelle Parry-Slater visited RAF Halton in Buckinghamshire this month for her 'No Plasters' report on L&D outside the corporate space. She meets up with Lieutenant Christopher Gough to discuss how the military carries out their training.
- Martin Couzins' regular research reports focuses on Deloitte's Human Capital Trends report. He focuses on the report 'Rewriting the Rules for the Digital Age'.
- Robin Hoyle's regular segment this month features his views on the value of hard and soft data in learning.
- Our US report from Tom Spiglanin continues his series on creating your own budget videos and this month he highlights some rules for capturing yourself on camera.
- We welcome back one of our Oceania reporters Con Sotidis with his report on the recent Learning at Work conference in Sydney.
The next Learning Now tv programme is on Thursday May 25, 8.00 pm UK time with the regular live social stream with Colin Steed from 7.45 pm; and again on Friday May 26, 10 am UK time.