Learning Uncut Ep 61: Leading Learning Transformation Damien Woods

What does it take to transform learning? Damien Woods, the GM of Learning at National Australia Bank, returns to Learning Uncut.  My previous conversation with Damien, episode 38, was called ‘Business Impact through Design Thinking.’  We discussed a specific initiative in the Direct Bank Call Centre.  It has the distinction…

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Learning Uncut Ep 60: Lessons from converting and facilitating courses online – Jennifer Waltmon, Dr Cathryn Lloyd and Chemene Sinson

The AITD Course Conversion Project In the five and a half months since COVID-19 hit, learning teams around the globe have been denied access to face -to-face classrooms and had to shift to support learning in an online environment.  Many have grappled with converting courses designed for classroom facilitation to…

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Learning Uncut Ep 59: Denise Meyerson – Immersive Simulations for Difficult Conversations

An Innovative Approach to Human Skills Development It was a pleasure to have the always effervescent Denise Meyerson return to Learning Uncut for the third time.  She does some really interesting work in her organisation, MCI Solutions, using very engaging approaches.  I also find her openness and courage inspiring.  In…

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Learning Uncut Ep 58: Experience Centred Digital Learning Strategy – Gareth Killeen

What Happened Next at Reece In this What Happened Next episode Gareth Killeen from Reece updates us on what has happened with human-centred design to transform learning at Reece over the past eight months.  Go back and listen to episode 39 if you’re not familiar with it before listening to…

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Learning Uncut Ep 57: Personalised learning meets diverse needs – Henrik Harder & Nick Howe

The Learning and Development field is full of buzzwords and jargon.  Often we lack a common understanding of what these terms mean.  Take the term ‘personalised learning’ for example.  One of our previous Learning Uncut guests, JD Dillon, had a very good article published in the June 2020 edition of …

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Learning Uncut Ep 56: Making Learning Human – Kristina Tsiriotakis

My discussion with Kristina Tsiriotakis from Deciem is one of the most intriguing and exhilarating Learning Uncut conversations I’ve had. Deciem is also known as The Abnormal Beauty Company – and there is definitely something both abnormal and beautiful about the way learning happens at Deciem.  Founded in 2013 in…

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Learning Uncut Ep 55: Microcredentials: What’s Not to Love? Tony Dunford

Have Your Say - Topics for Learning Uncut Emergent Series It’s been several months since our daily lives were radically altered in response to the pandemic.  As restrictions start easing around the world it is clear there will an enduring impact on how we work and live.  I’m working on…

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Learning Uncut Ep 54: Low Budget, High Impact – Learning at Forty Winks: Debbie Key

Many of the stories shared on Learning Uncut come from medium to large sized organisations.  While listeners often tell me that they pick up something they can apply from every episode, this story will be especially valuable to the large number of listeners who are in a small learning team…

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Learning Uncut Ep 53: Building the Business Case for Better Onboarding – Sharni Nowland

The All Aboard Prequel  In a twist on the Learning Uncut ‘What Happened Next’ episodes previously published, where we  follow up on what happened with a solution that a guest shared in an earlier episode today’s story is about ‘What Happened Before’ – a prequel if you like.  In episode…

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Learning Uncut Ep 52 -WD40: A Learning Obsessed Culture – Garry Ridge

Lubricating Learning It was my absolute pleasure to speak with Garry Ridge, the CEO of WD-40 for episode 52 of Learning Uncut.  Like me, many listeners will have a can of WD-40 somewhere in their home, garage or workplace.  A familiar product from an extraordinary organisation, which was described in…

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