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Learning Workflow Design

L&D professionals want training to have an impact. That is, they want learning transfer, so the learning is operationalised in the day-to-day flow of work.

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Do you have conscripts on your training programme?

If you have trainees on a course who do not want to be there, they probably won’t do what is required to accomplish learning transfer. So what can you do?

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How to talk to the C-Suite about Learning Transfer podcast

Paul Matthews recently shared how to talk to the C-Suite about learning transfer and plenty of other insights in this latest Mind the Skills Gap podcast.

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A simple key to leadership

Great leaders know this: People will do things when they know WHY, from their perspective, those things are important…

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Tap into your alumni to power your success

Consider using graduates of previous programmes to mentor new learners through their programme. Why?

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World of Learning Summit Networking

Paul Matthews is available for networking at World of Learning Summit 2023 at Olympia London on 28 February

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Your blind spots uncovered

Some of the most important growth areas for our personal development are not easily visible to us. Here is an idea how you can uncover them with the help of a friend…

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The difference between experience and expertise

An experienced operator is someone who has had substantial exposure to a range of similar situations. However, if the situation is new or differs in significant detail, the experienced person may not notice the differences.

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