On Learning Now TV this month, Ajay Pangarkar discusses moving away from measuring 'interest' and focusing on measuring 'impact'. Martin Couzins has the latest report from Mind Tools, ‘Turning Pressures into Opportunities’ and Stella Collins continues her series, ‘Learning & The Brain’.
Plus Robin Hoyle on why L&D should ditch the phrase ‘soft skills’, Bob Mosher on 'Virtual Instruction to Increase Performance', and an interview with Tom Griffiths from Sponge on embedding sustainability into business processes.
The next Learning Now TV live streamed programme is on Thursday Aug 24 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 Aug 24:
Ajay Pangarkar, an expert on workplace performance strategy and implementation, discusses measuring business impact with Nigel Paine and they talk about moving away from measuring 'interest' and focusing on measuring 'impact'.
Martin Couzins and Nigel Paine discuss the findings and implications of the latest report from MindTools 'Turning Pressures into Opportunities'.
Stella Collins and Karen Mouws present episode 4 of our series 'Learning & The Brain' and here they focus on neuroplasticity - how the brain is wired.
Robin Hoyle, our regular commentator on all things L&D, implores us not to use the term 'soft skills' and reinforces the point that our terminology is likely to cause most of our problems with the business.
Bob Mosher concludes his 5-part series on 'Virtual Instruction to Increase Performance' by reflecting on the series and the main things to take away and put into practice.
Tom Griffiths, Learning Consultant from Sponge Learning, talks to Nigel Paine about embedding sustainability into business processes.
The next Learning Now tv programme is on Aug 24 at 10 am UK time with the live social stream with Colin Steed starting at 9.50 am UK time.