Learning professionals are no longer expected to be subject matter experts and course creators – instead, we are curators.
L&D expert Nigel Paine shares his three fundamental beliefs on organisational learning in the hope it may help you articulate your own L&D principles to guide you through 2024 (and beyond).
Building the right behaviours in an organisation that builds and supports a regularly evolving culture of change is the bedrock of success.
With the close of 2023 creeping in, we asked nine L&D experts to look back at their forecasting for the year.
Who made the shortlist and how did their respective journeys impress our judges? Time to find out…
Artificial intelligence (AI) is transforming nearly every industry, and corporate learning is no exception. As AI capabilities advance, organizations have an unprecedented opportunity to leverage AI to enhance their learning and development (L&D) strategies. Following part 1 of this series “AI’s True Potential in L&D and the Workplace” this article explores the evolution of assessments and […]
Black women climbing the career ladder have an incredible challenge. How can L&D be part of the change in better supporting Black female leaders?
Reflecting on the past 12 months in learning and development, Erica Farmer invites you to enter The Matrix.
L&D is sometimes guilty of assuming training is the solution to any problem. We must stop this.
A lot can be learned from the poor leadership decisions of Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg.
The ramifications of AQ for learning, particularly in high-stress environments.
How to understand and overcome the accountability paradox.
How operating from a place of inspiration can drive growth and effectiveness.
To ignite curiosity, give your learners’ brains what they need – a SCARF.
Four steps to foster green upskilling.
Why truly effective learning requires the involvement of everyone.
The successful use of AI involves utilising this technology in a way that enables humans to bring their humanity to work.
Why a vocational route might be preferable to a university degree.
The role of men and masculinity in workplace culture.
Why men need ‘psychological safety’ at work more than ever.