On the first of two programmes in June, Dr Hannah Gore talks to Kate about her work as a learning experience consultant and how L&D’s new ways of working can bring huge benefits to organisations post Covid-19.
Also on the show, Serena Gonsalves-Fersch on the value L&D brings in today's world of accelerating changes in digital transformation; Simon Gibson talks about the need for L&D to stand behind the impact it has on the organisation; Robin Hoyle investigates learning experience platforms; and LNTV talks to Kris Medland from the charity Shelter.
The next Learning Now tv show is on Thursday Jun 11 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 Jun 11:
Dr Hannah Gore talks to Kate about her work as a learning experience consultant and describes how the flipped classroom model can bring huge benefits to organisations when the 'new normal' of work arrives.
Serena Gonsalves-Fersch talks to Nigel about her Doctoral research on what value L&D brings to the table in today's world of accelerating changes in digital transformation.
Simon Gibson talks to Kate about how L&D as a profession must be strong and stand behind the impact that we're having on the modern organisation.
Our regular L&D commentator Robin Hoyle investigates Learning Experience Platforms and says that describing them as ‘the Netflix of Learning’ is wholly incorrect and totally misleading.
Continuing our series of L&D in the charity sector, this month Michelle Parry-Slater visited Kris Medlang, Learning & OD Business Partner at Shelter to find out more about his role.
The next Learning Now tv programme is on Jun 11 at 10 am UK time with the live social stream with Colin Steed starting at 9.50 am UK time.