This week on The GoodPractice Podcast, we’re talking fundamentals: how do people learn? Nick Shackleton-Jones joins Ross Garner and Owen Ferguson to discuss his new book, How People Learn, in which he argues that people don’t learn anything if they don’t care. Or, to put it in Nick’s term, if they don’t have an ‘affective response’.
According to research published this year, women fill 2/3s of all roles in learning and development – but only 1/3 of senior positions. Why is this?
There’s a lot of buzz around technologies like AI, bots, virtual reality and voice recognition. But which of these has the most potential for learning and development?
When we talk about uncertainty in the workplace, we often frame it in terms of the associated risk and threats. But are we looking at it the wrong way?