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Navigating impact: driving impactful change through learning transfer

Paul Matthews shares his considerable experience about ensuring that people really do get the most out of their learning experiences in this Training Journal article
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What is the brand of L&D?

Here is a little experiment to find out what the brand of Learning & Development is in your organisation and how to update it.
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Models of learning transfer

There are over 20 learning transfer models that have been proposed in what has become a field of study within learning theory. Near and far ...
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Go back to basics before embracing shiny new technologies

New technologies may be shiny and their impact on learning and development valid, but they don’t guarantee success. It’s important that the essential groundwork of ...
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Learning from puppies: Training is for life not just for Christmas

Training is often still just focused on the training event. But to generate impact we need to create capability and see ourselves as capability managers.
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Setting up learning for success

In the second of two articles on establishing successful learning, Paul Matthews examines collective responsibility
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Setting expectations

Setting up learning for success - In part 1 of 2 practical articles on how to establish successful training programmes Paul focusses on setting expectations
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Improve your formal learning with the power of informal learning

Informal learning is happening all the time. But what exactly is informal learning, and how does it operate within our conscious and unconscious realms?
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Who is accountable for learning transfer?

Just for a moment, let’s assume that learning transfer following a learning intervention, and the subsequent changes in the way people do their job, is ...
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Learning transfer requires a learning workflow solution

Learning transfer is dependent on behaviour change and generating reliable behaviour change is dependent on using a learning workflow.
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