Henry Stewart is the founder and chief happiness officer of Happy Ltd and author of Happy Manifesto. Over a long career Henry has evangelised an approach to leadership and management routed in empowering people. In August’s programme Nigel Paine interviews Henry about how his business career has helped him to form his 'Happy Workplaces' philosophy.
Plus in August’s programme: Will Thalheimer talks about course evaluation and in particular the Kirkpatrick and Will's new LTEM model; Paul Morgan discusses the importance of great customer service and Robin Hoyle asks why we are still using classrooms for course delivery and whether they will always endure.
This month’s Learning Now tv is on Thursday August 30 at 10 am UK time. And the show will be available on catch up from the LNTV website three days later.
The full programme of interviews and features for August’s LNTV show:
- Henry Stewart talks to Nigel about his business career and how this has helped him to form his 'Happy Workplaces' philosophy.
- Learning & performance consultant and researcher Will Thalheimer talks to Nigel about course evaluation and in particular the Kirkpatrick and Will's new LTEM model.
- Paul Morgan has turned poacher to gamekeeper and now poacher again. Here he discusses the importance of great customer service and how you can up your game.
- Michelle Parry-Slater say coaching and mentoring have been the backbone of L&D for many decades, but they are often confused as to why they are different and the benefits each can bring. She talks to two experts to clear it up.
- Robin Hoyle asks why we are still using the classroom for course delivery? Will they always endure? See what Robin thinks.
- Ajay Pangarkar walks your through his 'Radar' method of how to get business leaders onside with your L&D projects.
- Blake Henegan talks to Kim about the results of his organisation's latest survey to find out about the top challenges facing today's L&D professionals.
The next Learning Now tv programme is on Thursday August 30 at 10 am UK time with the live social stream with Colin Steed starting at 9.50 am UK time.