On the second of two programmes in May, LNTV reporters have been catching up with global learning leaders to find out how L&D is coping. We speak to Gent Ahmetaj from Emerald Works, Danielle Hamilton from Thrive Learning, Juliette Denny from Growth Engineering and Will Thalheimer.
Also in the show, Robin Hoyle follows up on the upside of the lockdown on L&D looking at new skills and capabilities that are emerging and Kate talks to Josh Novelle about his new role at Warner Music.
The next Learning Now tv show is on Thursday May 28 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 LNTV May 28:
Gent Ahmetaj, Senior Researcher at Emerald Works, talks to Nigel about the results of the annual Learning Health Check and describes 6 habits which make up a powerful learning culture.
Danielle Hamilton talks to Kate about her role as Customer Manager at Thrive Learning and how the company is adapting to the current lockdown situation.
Will Thalheimer explains how he’s created a new conference experience and explains why it may be the blueprint for conferences of the future.
With many organisations now converting their courses to online, Rob Clarke talks to Juliette Denny, MD at Growth Engineering, about designing online learning.
Our regular L&D commentator Robin Hoyle follows up on the upside of the lockdown on L&D by focusing on the new skills and capabilities that have been engendered as a result.
Josh Novelle talks to Kate about his new role at Warner Music and how he’s managing his task of implementing digital learning during the lockdown.
The next Learning Now tv programme is on May 28 at 10 am UK time with the live social stream with Colin Steed starting at 9.50 am UK time.