For many of us, working life is based around five days of energy depletion, followed by two days of recharging. But does it have to be this way?
We know that in a lot of organisations, learning and development still means training, and training still means classroom. How do we overcome resistance to the alternatives? Should we overcome that resistance?
We all like to think our decisions are based on a methodical appraisal of the available evidence. But how do we know what ‘good evidence’ looks like in the context of L&D?
We’ve often talked on this show about how few people actively seek out a career in learning and development. So, how exactly did we end up here?