Tag: training

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 ...
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Is cultural memory destroying your training course?

Does culture eat your training for breakfast? Will the organisational culture untrain your people as fast as you train them?
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How much time is necessary?

Your trainees are in the classroom, then they are released back to their jobs. How much more time is required ...
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What does an Alchemist do in 2023?

Make 2023 the year you focus on tangibly improving impact from your L&D interventions. How? Focus on learning transfer.
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It’s not the message that matters

First Monday of the month = L&D Monday I will do an L&D tip from now on the first Monday ...
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Designing learning experiences that work

I really enjoyed this discussion. Rob Browton asked some penetrating questions, and we covered a lot of ground talking about ...
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Training Industry article: Make training relevant

Make training relevant – diagnose performance first

My recently published article in Training Industry Magazine looks into the question: when you couldn’t do a task, was it ...
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Hold your own spoon

Oh no! Not again 🙁 Another question from someone who could have figured it out for themselves and instead they ...
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Why ‘pit stop thinking’ is what L&D needs now

During the current crisis, organisations have taken one of two approaches to adapt their L&D offering, with varying degrees of ...
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