On Learning Now TV this month, Mike Bollinger, Cornerstone, outlines some of the key findings of its just-launched '2023 Talent Health Index' report.
Also on the show, Robin Hoyle talks to Emma Stenman about the importance of how learning is designed, Clair Madeley joins Nigel to discuss live online learning. Stella Collins concludes her series looking at why we forget things and Rob Clarke has a round-up from Learning News.
The next Learning Now TV live streamed programme is on Thursday Oct 26 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 Oct 26:
Mike Bollinger, Global VP Strategic Initiatives of Cornerstone, outlines some of the key findings of the just-launched '2023 Talent Health Index' report.
Robin Hoyle talks to Emma Stenman, a learning designer at Promote International in Sweden, and they discuss the importance of how learning is designed and how organisations engage with their people on L&D activities which move much beyond the learning intervention.
Clair Madeley, a veteran of live online learning, discusses with Nigel the key attributes of facilitating live online events and highlights some pitfalls to avoid.
Stella Collins, from Stella Labs, concludes her 6-part series on the brain and learning and, in this episode, Stella and her colleague Tina Harris discuss why your brain forgets things.
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 Oct 26 at 10 am UK time with the live social stream with Colin Steed starting at 9.50 am UK time.