Will Thalheimer is one of the leading-experts and innovators in learning evaluation and presentation science. In our latest podcast, I discuss the broken relationship between L&D and business with Will
Will Thalheimer is one of the leading-experts and innovators in learning evaluation and presentation science. In our latest podcast, I discuss the broken relationship between L&D and business with Will, whilst also discussing what ‘learning’ really means, and how we as learning professionals should equip our learners to overcome roadblocks in the flow of work.
Will touched upon the impact of leadership training on managers, commenting that leaders should be supported in helping people learn and have creative insights. And we couldn’t agree more. Many leaders believe the key to staying agile and responsive to change lies in robust processes, bulletproof supply chains and business analysis and predictions.
These are indeed important, but they may not be the most productive place for C-suites to be investing time, money and resources. The real success lies with your people.
Combining research from PwC, Accenture, The World Economic Forum and more, we explore employees impact on building business resilience in our latest report. Download the report now to learn:
Mirjam Neelen and Stella Collins discuss the best ways to change behaviour, improve performance and increase return on investment to make learning more effective and enjoyable.
Stella was keen to dig into how Don Taylor thinks learning tech is evolving, and what he thinks has changed since he wrote his book, Learning Technologies in the Workplace.
Listen to the digital adoption show podcast with Stella Collins for Whatfix.