News from Learning Now tv

    • Building workplace capability and value-based learning with 70:20:10

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      On April’s Learning Now tv: Charles Jennings on building workplace capability and value-based learning, Barbara Thompson hosts April’s panel of young L&D professionals, Steve Wheeler introduces his new book ‘Digital Learning in Organisations’ and Martin Couzins reviews Towards Maturity’s 2019 report.

    • Improving performance with creativity: Tim Reid on LNTV

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      Creativity and innovation consultant Tim Reid is on February’s Learning Now tv discussing workplace performance; ‘Rising Star’ Danielle Kennedy discusses her career and success at the Learning Awards 2018; research from Oxford University and Reuters into media and tech trends affecting L&D; plus ‘How not to waste money on training’ with Krystyna Gadd.

    • How can L&D support performance? Andy Lancaster, CIPD, on LNTV

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      On October’s Learning Now tv: CIPD’s Andy Lancaster on how L&D should support organisational performance and Saffron’s Noorie Sazen on making better use of resources to make effective change. The upcoming LNTV programme is this Thursday 26 October.

    • Working with business leaders on Learning Now tv

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      Learning Now tv interviews: the former head of learning at telefonica, Paul Morgan, on engaging with business leaders; Donald Taylor on the future of learning; market analyst, David Perring, on digital learning providers.

    • Virtual reality in learning on Learning Now tv

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      Virtual reality for learning: how to get started, the equipment needed and practical examples of how VR is being used in learning; plus a special LNTV report into learning at a unique UK charity.

    • Empowering women leaders on Learning Now tv

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      On November’s Learning Now tv Sarah Frame and Marilyn Gilchrist talk about the Aspire Women's Network, which aims to get a global financial institution to take women into senior positions.

    • Applying Pokemon Go to learning

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      On August’s Learning Now tv Mel Milloway discusses Pokemon Go and its application for learning. Plus GSK’s global Director of Learning Quality and insights into learning design with PwC.

    • Skills and performance at PwC on Learning Now tv

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      On July’s Learning Now tv PwC’s Sarah Lindsell talks about her team’s role in ensuring consistency in L&D across a significant, large, global workforce; Charles Jennings discusses the launch of the 702010 Institute; plus interviews with Good Practice CEO Owen Ferguson; and introducing a new LNTV US correspondent, Tom Spiglanin.

    • Empowered learners: the implications for L&D on Learning now tv

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      David James, former CLO at Disney, talks about ‘The Empowered Learner’ on this month’s Learning now tv and offers insights for forward-thinking L&D teams. April’s Learning now tv goes out Thursday 28 April at 8 pm, hosted by Kim George and Nigel Paine.

    • The Happy Manifesto: creating a happy organisation on LNTV

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      On this month’s Learning Now tv Henry Stewart discusses his 'Happy Manifesto' and explains how organisations are reaping the benefits; Blue Eskimo’s Nick Bate interviewed on learning sector salaries and working conditions; Euan Semple on corporate social media strategy.

    • Creativity in L&D on Learning Now tv

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      In November’s LNTV Nigel Paine and Kim George turn their spotlight on creativity at home and at work; LNTV investigates the importance of marketing skills for learning professionals; LNTV team pays tribute to informal learning advocate Jay Cross.

    • The state of talent management on Learning Now tv

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      Learning Now tv this month includes features on talent management and performance reviews, building virtual teams, marketing in L&D and contains in-depth interviews with L&D leaders from BP and DHL Express.

    • Learning technologies, retail-sector training and UK trends on LNTV

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      Learning Now tv this month includes interviews with Donald Taylor of the Learning Technologies Summer Forum, Designer Shoe Warehouse’s Sarah King on in-store training, an in-depth look at Network Rail’s award-winning learning project and a review of learning trends in the UK.

    • Women in leadership: Mary-Louise Angoujard on Learning Now tv

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      Mary-Louise Angoujard, Managing Director of leadership communications consultancy Rapporta is centre stage on May’s edition of Learning Now tv, the live-streamed Internet television channel for the L&D sector.

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