On March’s LNTV Nigel Paine interviews Peter Casebow, Emerald Works' CEO about combining three leading L&D businesses - Good Practice, Towards Maturity and MindTools - into the Emerald Publishing Group and they discuss how this will affect the individual companies' customers.
Lucy Cartlidge recently returned to QA following maternity leave and Kate Graham spoke to her about the changes in the L&D space she's seeing and her hopes for the Women in Learning movement.
Also in March’s show why L&D should be focusing more on coaching in the workplace, Karl Kapp talks about microlearning and the importance of gamification in learning and Helen Blunden caught up with Jane Hart at LearnTech in Germany.
This month’s Learning Now tv is on Thursday March 26 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 March’s LNTV show:
Nigel talks to Emerald Works' CEO Peter Casebow about combining three leading L&D businesses - Good Practice, Towards Maturity and MindTools - into the Emerald Publishing Group and they discuss how this will affect the individual companies' customers.
Kate talks to Lucy Cartlidge, Client Relationship Director at QA, on her return from maternity leave and asks for her views on the changes in the L&D space she's seeing, as well as discussing her hopes for the Women in Learning movement.
Nigel talks to performance coach Stephen Fahey to find out the difference between coaching and performance coaching and why L&D should be focusing more on coaching in the workplace.
Robin Hoyle tackles a topical subject this month, talking about how L&D will have to respond to running events during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Australian correspondent Helen Blunden visited LearnTech2020, a digital learning event based in Germany, and talks to Jane Hart about building a culture of continuous learning.
Our regular research commentator Martin Couzins discusses an interesting new report from Aerotek 'Workplace Satisfaction' which has some surprising results that may make you sit up and take stock.
US correspondent Brent Schlenker talks to world-renowned gamification expert Karl Kapp about his new book 'Microlearning' and, of course, they get round to the importance of gamification for learning.
The next Learning Now tv programme is on March 26 at 10 am UK time with the live social stream with Colin Steed starting at 9.50 am UK time.