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Learning Now tv interviews: the former head of learning at telefonica, Paul Morgan, on engaging with business leaders; Donald Taylor on the future of learning; market analyst, David Perring, on digital learning providers.


February’s Learning Now tv, to be broadcast this Thursday and Friday, carries a series of fascinating interviews with leading voices in the learning sector: Paul Morgan, the former head of learning at Telefonica talks about engaging with business leaders; Donald Taylor talks about his new book, ‘Learning Technologies in the Workplace’; and David Perring offers market insights following the publication last month of Fosway’s 2017 9-Grid on digital learning providers.

Also on February’s Learning Now tv: a roundup of the action at the LPI Learning Awards, Julie Drybrough talks about the launch of her 'Facilitation Shindig' and how it helps facilitators and trainers. Plus LNTV’s regular reporters, Brent Schlenker on 30 years of e-learning and Michelle Parry-Slater learning about how top Rugby Union stars learn.

Learning Now tv is on Thursday 23 February at 8 pm and the following day, Friday 24 February 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 February’s LNTV show:

  • Paul Morgan, ex head of learning at Telefonica O2, gives some practical advice on how you can go about getting the ear of the organisation's business leaders.

  • Donald Taylor talks to Nigel about his soon to be published book 'Learning Technologies in the Workplace' and tells us why he's so optimistic about the future of learning.

  • Brent Schlenker's US Report this month concentrates on 30 years of e-learning. Brent covers how technology for learning has changed since the 1970s.

  • Julie Drybrough talks to Kim about the launch of her 'Facilitation Shindig' and explains what it is and the associated benefits for all facilitators and trainers.

  • Our No Plasters report from Michelle Parry-Slater once again focuses on learning outside the corporate L&D space and she goes to St Albans to meet a famous team of Rugby Union stars to find out how they learn to do their jobs.

  • The LPI's annual Learning Awards took place this month at The Dorchester in Park Lane. The LNTV cameras were there to record the experience of an outstanding evening of celebration of learning excellence.

  • David Perring talks to Nigel about the latest release of the Fosway 9-Grids and in particular focuses on the new Fosway 9-Grid on Digital Learning.  

The next Learning Now tv programme is on Thursday February 23, 8.00 pm UK time with the regular live social stream with Colin Steed from 7.45 pm; and again on Friday February 24, 10 am UK time.