Paul Matthews: workflow learning
On Learning Now TV, Nov 25: Paul Matthews on 'Workflow Learning'; Nigel Paine discusses his best-selling book on learning culture; Martin Couzins looks at the latest workplace research; Robin Hoyle explains how to overcome resistance to change initiatives and Rob Clarke reports from the Learning Technologies Awards.
On this month’s LNTV show Paul Matthews, the L&D Strategist, Author & Speaker, discusses 'Workflow Learning' and building high performance.
Also on the show, Nigel Paine discusses the updated version of his latest book on how to build a culture of continuous employee development and Martin Couzins is back to discuss the latest findings from a fascinating new report on Work Experiences.
Plus LNTV regulars Robin Hoyle with more great strategies for L&D professionals and Rob Clarke reports from the Learning Technologies Awards.
The next Learning Now tv show is on Wednesday Nov 25 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 Nov 25:
We welcome back Paul Matthews, the L&D Strategist, Author & Speaker, who discusses 'Workflow Learning' which helps you to become a trusted partner whose input delivers high performing people for your organisation.
Kate talks to our own Nigel Paine about the updated version of his latest book 'Workplace Learning - how to build a culture of continuous employee development' and finds out about all of the major additions to this best seller.
Martin Couzins and Nigel discuss the latest findings from a fascinating new report 'Work Experiences: Changes in the Subjective Experience of Work' from The Resolution Foundation and they find some interesting results from this major annual HR/OD/L&D survey.
This month Robin Hoyle looks at change initiatives and how L&D teams can help overcome resistance from those required to change what they do and how they do it.
LNTV News Bulletin - our regular roundup of the latest industry news from Rob Clarke, principal at Learning News and he talks to some of the winners at the Learning Technologies Awards held last week.
The next Learning Now tv programme is on Nov 25 at 10 am UK time with the live social stream with Colin Steed starting at 9.50 am UK time.