January 16, 2023

What does an Alchemist do in 2023?

Goldfish leaping from one fish bowl and transferring to another

Make 2023 the year you focus on tangibly improving impact from your L&D interventions.


Focus on learning transfer. Make sure that when your learners come off a training course, or do some elearning, they actually go and do things differently.

Otherwise, what was the point?

Sure, you got enough bums on seats to tick the boxes, but did you shift the dial on behaviour?

How do you know?

Did you change behaviour, and did you measure it?

I wrote a book on Learning Transfer, so I can help if you want to get better learning impact in 2023, and prove it.

So, my tip this week is for you to ask me some questions about learning transfer for an existing programme or a new one you are designing.

Just one practical idea that you can implement immediately could make all the difference.

You can see my diary and book a call here.

Go on. Book a call now. It will be worth your time 🙂

My best wishes, Paul

Paul Matthews

CEO and Founder of People Alchemy

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