October 5, 2022

The learning journey to generate changed behaviors

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It was fascinating talking with Josh Kamrath about  a definition of learning. It’s actually rather hard to describe! And then we delved into how we have been using the term ‘learning workflows’. I talked about ‘learning workflows’ in my book on Learning Transfer which was published four years ago. I still maintain that they are a critical part of turning learning into action and we now know a lot more about how to use them effectively. It was an interesting conversation and will probably make you want to dig a little deeper 🙂

Watch the interview here

My best wishes, Paul

Paul Matthews

CEO and Founder of People Alchemy

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