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    • Gender equality strategies for men on LNTV

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      Hira Ali talks to LNTV about her new book 'Her Allies' which helps men with the strategies they need to become powerful advocates for gender equality. Plus a review of the 2021 Learning Performance Benchmark on the maturity of the L&D sector and the Royal Voluntary Service talks about skilling up 750,000 new volunteers to help the NHS.

    • Managing a hybrid workforce on LNTV

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      Learning Now TV, Jun 24: Matt Donovan from GP Strategies discusses the rise of the hybrid workforce and the complexities of managing it successfully.

    • Four-dimensional learning for the 21st century

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      Learning Now TV, May 27: Ulrik Juul Christensen joins LNTV this week discussing Area9 Lyceum’s aim to 'build the world’s most advanced technology to provide four-dimensional learning for the 21st century'.

    • Diversity and inclusion at work: Dana James-Edwards on LNTV

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      Learning Now TV, Apr 29: Tips for organisations introducing D&I policies to the workplace; Debbie Carter discusses twenty years as editor at Training Journal; Becky Norman outlines the new Culture Pioneers Awards.

    • Learning Leader of the Year, Cathy Miller, on LNTV

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      Learning Now TV, Apr 15: Cathy Miller talks about her work at NHS Blood & Transplant that helped secure her a Gold Award for 'Learning Leader of the Year' at this year’s Learning Awards. Emma Weber talks about a self-teaching chatbot tool that helps learners reflect on learning and Page Chen from Remote Learner talks about expanding from the education sector into the corporate sector.

    • ‘Women in Learning: Choosing to Challenge’ on LNTV

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      Learning Now TV, Mar 25: In recognition of International Women’s Day 2021, Jane Bozarth and Kate Graham discuss their recently launched report. Sukh Pabial discusses the effects of the Covid pandemic on L&D and Martin Couzins looks at MindTools & Emerald Works’ report into business leaders’ perceptions of L&D.

    • Connecting and developing Ericsson’s global workforce with Time To Learn TV

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      Learning Now TV, Mar 11: Peter Sheppard from Ericsson explains how Ericsson’s own tv channel is being used to help develop its workforce. Plus: Learning Guild’s David Kelly; Sam Davies and Danny Seals on a new service connecting trusted vendors and users; Martin Couzins on the Edelman Trust Barometer; and Robin Hoyle on how unconscious bias training is failing today's diverse workforce.

    • New ways for L&D to provide value to business

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      Learning Now TV, Feb 25: Matt Donovan from GP Strategies talks to LNTV about how L&D must enable new ways of providing value. Ben Betts from Learning Pool discusses market changes and his focus on personal growth of employees.

    • GO1 CEO Andrew Barnes on LNTV this week

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      Learning Now TV, Feb 11: Andrew Barnes, CEO of GO1, joins Learning Now TV to talk about his company and digital learning in 2021; plus Positive Psychologist and Coach, Lucy Whitehall, on helping people to thrive.

    • What lies ahead for the L&D sector?

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      Learning Now TV, Dec 10: Myles Runham, Teresa Spera, Sukh Pabial and Zahra Clarke-Johnney join LNTV to review L&D’s challenges in 2020 and look ahead to 2021. Plus Charity Learning Consortium and Sport England, Robin Hoyle, Hannah Gore and John Hinchliffe on the show.

    • AstraZeneca learning chief on LNTV

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      Learning Now TV, Nov 26: Brian Murphy, Global Head of Learning and Enterprise Capabilities at AstraZeneca, talks to LNTV this week about AstraZeneca's initiative to increase opportunities for learning. Plus LNTV looks at the impact of COVID-19 on the HE sector.

    • Learning Now TV: transforming learning and development at NHS Blood & Transplant Service

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      LNTV, Nov 12: Lisa Johnson talks to LNTV about transforming learning and development at NHS Blood & Transplant Service to a digital environment; Lori Niles-Hofmann talks about how the Covid-19 situation is affecting the working lives of people in L&D in Canada; plus reports from Martin Couzins, Robin Hoyle and Hannah Gore.

    • Learning Now TV: online doctoral programme for L&D practitioners

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      LNTV, Oct 29: Learning Now TV discusses the online MSc in Transdisciplinary Practice from Middlesex University run by Professor Brian Sutton; David Perring talks about Fosway's latest 9-Grid report; Kate explores the #BeTheRipple corporate kindness movement with Joanna Suvarna.

    • Learning Now TV: automating organisational processes

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      LNTV, Sep 10: David James from Looop.co discusses automating organisational processes to reduce time spent on low-level tasks; Megan Torrance discusses helping employees to learn important things through meaningful learning experiences. Plus interviews with Zahra Clarke-Johnney from Southwark Council, Kevin Streater from CEdMA, and Robin Hoyle discusses algorithms following the A-Level grading fiasco.

    • Learning Now TV: good outcomes for L&D

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      LNTV, Jul 16, Michelle Ockers discusses good outcomes for L&D that have emerged as a result of the pandemic. Plus: Jane Bozarth on designing learning experiences that are focused on learners; Martin Couzins on the latest research in the L&D sector; Robin Hoyle makes the argument for L&D books; and LNTV talks to Sarah Ratcliffe about Ann Summers’ transformation away from home-house parties.

    • Learning Now TV, Jun 25: effects of Covid-19 on HR and L&D services

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      LNTV, Jun 25, David Perring on Fosway's research into the effects of Covid-19 on HR and L&D services. Plus: 702010 Institute’s new initiative to refocus L&D onto business results; Robin Hoyle on the digital skills divide; a new start up company that can predict ‘forgetting’ and Donald Taylor discusses the rearranged Learning Technologies Summer Forum.

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