On Learning Now TV this month Henry Stewart, Chief Happiness Officer at Happy, talks to Nigel about transitioning Happy into a 4-day week for full week's pay.
New Zealand's Transport Agency shows how its learning culture led to performance improvements. Bob Mosher returns with a brand new series. Plus LNTV regulars: Robin Hoyle asking if AI is L&D's new learning styles and Rob Clarke with the latest news from around the learning sector.
The next Learning Now tv live streamed programme is on Thursday Feb 23 at 10 am UK time. And the full programme will be available on catch up from the LNTV website three days later.
The full programme of interviews and features for LNTV Feb 23:
Henry Stewart, Chief Happiness Officer at Happy, has transitioned the company into a 4-day week for full week's pay after conducting a pilot programme. Here, he talks to Nigel about the pilot's research findings that convinced them to implement the change.
LNTV talks to the learning leaders of New Zealand's Transport Agency about how they developed and implemented a learning culture into the agency which has shown some excellent performance improvements.
Robin Hoyle, LNTV's regular commentator on L&D matters, this month focuses on the results of 3 new L&D surveys and concludes by asking if AI is L&D's new learning styles?
We are thrilled to welcome Bob Mosher back with a new 5-part series for us - this time he’s looking at 'How Virtual Instruction Powers Performance' and Bob introduces the series here.
Rob Clarke brings you the latest news from the L&D sector in his regular LNTV News Bulletin round-up.
The next Learning Now tv programme is on Feb 23 at 10 am UK time with the live social stream with Colin Steed starting at 9.50 am UK time.