On Learning Now TV this month, Lara Overton is the author of the latest CIPD Report 'Learning In The Workplace 2023'. Nigel Paine asks is it the 'same old, same old' and is L&D progressing?; Why Bright Horizons won a Culture Pioneer Award running 1,000 nursery schools; and Nick Bowen head of L&D of the Welsh Air Ambulance explains how he rocked the boat with his induction programme.
We have part three in Stella Collins' series looking at gaining attention and cognitive overload. Plus LNTV reporters, Martin Couzins assesses a feature from MIT Sloan on HR, wellbeing and performance and Rob brings us the latest news from around the workplace learning sector.
The next Learning Now TV live streamed programme is on Thursday Jul 27 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 Jul 27:
Lara Overton, author of the latest CIPD Report 'Learning In The Workplace 2023' discusses the main findings of this survey with Nigel Paine. Is it the 'same old, same old?
James Sharrod, Pathways Manager of Bright Horizons, talks to Nigel Paine about why they won a Culture Pioneer Award for their programmes running 1,000 nursery schools around the world as well as their successful apprenticeship scheme.
We continue our series in association with the Charity Learning Consortium and Michelle Parry-Slater talks to Nick Bowen head of L&D of the Welsh Air Ambulance about how he rocked the boat with his induction programme.
Martin Couzins and Nigel Paine discuss a new article on 'Reimagining HR for Better Well-being and Performance' from MIT Sloan.
Stella Collins continues her exclusive series on the brain and learning and in this 3rd episode Stella and her colleague Karen Mouws discuss gaining attention and cognitive overload.
News Bulletin: Rob Clarke of Learning News presents another round-up of hot news from the learning and performance sector.
The next Learning Now tv programme is on Jul 27 at 10 am UK time with the live social stream with Colin Steed starting at 9.50 am UK time.