Tag: learning & development

Learning transfer: The difficulty with creating new habits

When we talk about learning transfer our desired outcome is that after employees learn something they will utilise that learning to do their jobs better. ...
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Using magnets on your team

Do you remember playing around with magnets and iron filings? People in an organisation are like that - lining up and following invisible cultural forces. ...
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Leveraging AI to Revolutionize Learning in the Flow of Work

The term “learning in the flow of work” describes a departure from conventional training approaches toward a more integrated, seamless learning experience. The methodology embeds ...
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Dealing with cultural permafrost

Permafrost is ground that is frozen. The top thin layer will thaw during the summer and flowers will bloom, but the underlying permafrost stays the ...
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Getting The L&D Basics Right For More Impact

From the fundamentals of problem discovery to driving successful behaviour change, working well with stakeholders and much more...
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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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Organizational Agility and Learning

Paul recently joined the Global Skill Development Council Tech Talk series to talk about “Organizational Agility and Learning.”He shared his ...
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The L&D Rant

“Lack of clarity of required outcomes from stakeholders is the root of all L&D evil!” Paul had fun sharing his ...
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Learning at Work Trilogy Kindle freebie

Paul Matthews' books from the Learning at Work trilogy are free on Kindle from 15-19 December 2023
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Reflections on EdCrunch X 2023

Well, that was an experience! Pauls Matthews reflections on speaking at the EdCrunch conference in Almaty in Kazakhstan this week.
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