On this week’s LNTV show Hira Ali talks to Nigel about her new book 'Her Allies' on gender equality, which is an invitation to all men to transform good intention into meaningful action.
Also on the show, Carrie Horvath and Gent Ahmetaj from Emerald Works talk about their hot off the press Learning Performance Benchmark, which shows a modest increase in organisational learning maturity for the first time in five years. Stephen Walsh is on the show to discuss storytelling and his venture into novel writing. Stacie Lloyd from the Royal Voluntary Service talks about skilling up 75,000 new volunteers for the NHS.
Plus LNTV regulars Robin Hoyle with a report on who gets access to leadership development training and Rob Clarke with the latest news from around the L&D sector.
The next Learning Now tv show is on Thursday Jul 29 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 Jul 29:
Hira Ali talks to Nigel about her new book 'Her Allies' which helps men with the strategies they need to become powerful advocates for gender equality. At its heart, this book is an invitation to all men to transform good intention into meaningful action.
We talk to Carrie Horvath and Gent Ahmetaj from Emerald Works about their hot off the press 'Learning Performance Benchmark' report which has been developed from the Learning Healthcheck.
Kate talks to veteran L&D leader and co-founder of AndersPink Stephen Walsh about storytelling and, in particular, his venture into novel writing with the publication of his book 'Shine/Variance'.
Continuing our series with the Charity Learning Consortium, Michelle Parry-Slater talks to Stacie Lloyd from the Royal Voluntary Service about how she went about skilling up 750,000 new volunteers to help the NHS.
News Bulletin - Rob Clarke, from Learning News, presents our monthly round-up of the latest news from the learning and development sector.
Robin Hoyle this month asks who gets access to your leadership development and is there a case for giving more people the skills to lead - even when they have no formal managerial role'?
The next Learning Now tv programme is on Jul 29 at 10 am UK time with the live social stream with Colin Steed starting at 9.50 am UK time.