Hello there, Thanks for popping along, I hope you enjoy explore! But first a bit about me. I am Leigh and I love learning! From my experiences from several different industries and global positions, I have made mistakes and had successes, I am sure I will make more! I have used these and research from L&D thought leaders to blog about the wonderful world of Learning & Development, leadership and self development.
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- How can a tube strike help your compulsory learning?Remember the days of commuting and the joys of a strike but help with your compulsory learning? 🚇 I want to change the phrase “if it ain’t broken then don’t fix it” to “if it ain’t broken then tweak it” but read my be #blog to see why. 🤔
- Going ‘Powerpoint-less’: Cut the Consumption, not CreationHow did you learn to ride a bike? By imitating, doing it, falling off, getting up and trying again until you were successful. How can you help someone learn to ride a bike? By showing them a 30 slide deck on the history of the bike and exploring bike riding theories and models?
- The Learning and Development Data Hunt: Where to begin?Over the past couple of month, many programmes have been converted to digital or created for the ever change world that we are living in but if a stakeholder ask “Did that solution work?” how would you response?
- How your learning system can compete with Google.If you want to learn a new skill, like bread baking, DIY or how use TikTok , where is the first place you look? 9 times out of 10, the answer will be Google.
- How a feedback conversation changed my life.Love or hate it giving feedback and having crucial conversations are part of being a leader.
- Imperfections and Possibilities.In 1975 Keith Jarrett was due to play at the Cologne Opera house for a sell our Jazz night. In rehearsals he found the piano wasn’t the greatest.