Conferences can be good or bad. For me, it all depends on making connections and connecting the dots that are often remote and spurious. It’s been a week since the Learning Live conference and I’ve had time to reflect on some of the great messages I heard.
Not all these messages were immediately obvious or relevant, but as the conference developed there were a number of connections that I started to make – a number of dots that became connected.
It all started with
My session is over, the lights have dimmed and the crowds are heading for a well-earned lunch. So far, Learning Live 2014 has been a stunning success and a credit to the team at the Learning and Performance Institute who made it all possible.
As you may have seen from my post earlier today, I wanted to ensure that as many people as possible have access to all the resources associated with my session. As you’ll have seen from the session details.
I was talking about “Why L&D can’t
After months of planning, Learning Live 2014 is finally here! As readers of my blog will know, I’m speaking at the conference this year so this post is a taster of what’s to come.
At 11:30 GMT I’ll be taking to the stage to deliver my session - you can see more details here.
In what will be a highly interactive and participative session, I'll outline the benefits of aligning with your business. The session will be full of real-world examples and backed up with fact and figures. In
It’s an uncharacteristically short post from me this week as I make the final preparations for Learning Live.
I was delighted when my submission for a proposed session was accepted and there’s been an increasing flurry of activity as zero date draws close. It never ceases to amaze me just how quickly time flies as a major presentation approaches.
Learning Live is becoming one of the key Learning and Development events in the UK – and rightly so. This year there is a great line-up of presenters
In today’s corporate world we prepare so many presentations that at times the very thought of putting in effort to make it perfect can seem like a waste of effort. What can you possibly do that hasn’t been done before, how on earth do you make something perfect from the organisation’s brand style, and why not just copy something you’ve done before? In this post I’ll explain a little journey I’ve been on and why putting in effort matters more than you could ever have thought.