“Learning How to Learn” is online education provider Coursera’s most popular course of all time. Here are some top tips from the course.
Our new Understand workshops help individuals and teams to make sense of the world around them. With these workshops, people can make sure that they engender good thinking habits, look at the world through an objective, analytical lens and empathise properly with the views and behaviours of others.
This guest post from popular L&D blogger Sukh Pabial unpicks the concept of a “learning organisation”: what can a modern organisation best do to facilitate the learning of its members and continuously transform itself?
Facilitating the learning of your employees doesn’t mean you have to deliver all the learning yourself. But, if you’re helping facilitate it, and helping people be generally amazing at work, then that’s a pretty unbeatable position to be in.
There’s a lot written and spoken about what modern learning looks like, and it can be easy to get lost in the writing and the conference circuit of all the things that we should be doing as L&D practitioners but don’t. Sukh wonders, “is the doctor taking their own medicine”? Here are 6 things that encompass effective learning solution design for the modern workplace.
Or at least it is according to Netflix. Our good friend and Creative Huddle associate Colette Wall is quite partial to both black and orange so is happy either way, but it did get her thinking. Could the same be said for other aspects of life? What does orange do for the learner? Is it a good colour for corporate learning spaces?
We spend an increasing amount of our time online. Whether sat at a desk, on the train, or in bed, the Internet enables us to learn anytime, anywhere (as long as we have signal). But identifying the ‘best’ way to learn something online is difficult. How do we make sure our time is well spent and our learning most effective?