This month’s LNTV programme on 22 February includes an interview with Tim Reid on how, with the right guidance and facilitation, organisations can dramatically improve their performance by using creativity and innovation at work.
Kim interviews the inaugural winner of the Learning Awards’ ‘Rising Star’, Danielle Kennedy. Danielle talks about her career and success in learning and offers advice to others entering the learning profession.
Learning sector journalist Martin Couzins has been assessing a report from Oxford University and Reuters into journalism, media and technology trends in 2018 and makes some observations for learning and development professionals.
This month’s Learning Now tv is on Thursday February 22 at 10 am and later at 8 pm. 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:
Creativity and innovation consultant Tim Reid talks to Nigel about how, with the right guidance and facilitation, organisations can dramatically improve their performance by using creativity and innovation at work.
Danielle Kennedy is the first Gold Award winner for the 'Rising Star' category at this year's Learning Awards and she's in the studio talking to Kim about winning the award and gives advice for future entrants.
Michelle Parry-Slater is focusing on Communities this month and she talks to Prof Eddie Obeng, from Henley Business School and the Virtual Business School about the benefits and value of thriving communities of practice.
US correspondent Brent Schlenker reports on a major new conference in the US - TDLC: Training, Learning and Development Conference and gives us a flavour of what went on and who was there in Phoenix, Arizona.
Robin Hoyle went to Sheffield University to talk to a group of researchers who are researching behavioural skills and what makes people work best in teams.
Krystyna Gadd talks to Kim about a book she is writing called 'How Not To Waste Money On Training' which aims to encourage L&D professionals to dig deeper into talking to business leaders to establish what the organisation really needs to improve its performance.
Martin Couzins' Research Report spotlights some new research from Oxford University and Reuters called 'Journalism, Media and Technology Trends 2018' and highlights some interesting findings which are relevant for today's L&D professionals.
The next Learning Now tv programme is on Thursday February 22 at 10 am UK time with the live social stream with Colin Steed from 9.50 am; and again later the same day at 8 pm UK time.