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Best Learninganddevelopment podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Learninganddevelopment podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Welcome to the Learning Elevated podcast, where we strive to help you elevate your learning efforts and move up in the world of enterprise learning and development. Each week, hosts Kerri Moore and Rob Ayre stop off at different floors, immersing audiences into a new realm and showing learning through a new lens. With the latest in e-learning insights, real stories straight out of the mouths of top learning professionals, and thoughts from leading experts, we're riding all the way up to the ...
 
The Good Practice podcast from Emerald Works is a must-listen for anyone involved in Learning and Development or Human Resources. The weekly show, featuring regular appearances from members of the Emerald Works team, plus the occasional special guest, gets right to the heart of issues affecting the L&D and HR communities. From learning needs analysis and evidence-based practice through to the impact of technology on work and hot topics at industry conferences, get critical insights into the ...
 
Host Kevin Anselmo picks the brains of Learning and Development leaders from different organizations for you. We ask similar questions to each guest on the podcast and will be packaging their responses into a series of Special Reports. The content will offer useful insights for those interested in organizational learning. Sign up to receive this content directly in your inbox at www.experientialcommunications.com.
 
Leanne Hughes from the First Time Facilitator blog reveals all of her group facilitation, training and workshop tips and tricks so you can be ahead of the curve the next time you step out in front of a group. Discover how you can tweak elements of your facilitation style, or incorporate new techniques to engage your audience and leave with lasting impact (and 5-star feedback). Icebreakers, leadership, group interaction, preparation, games, conflict, props, flip-charts, delivery, voice, body ...
 
The New Jersey Chapter of the National Association of African Americans in Human Resources [NAAAHR New Jersey] exists to further the mission of the nationally-established and recognized organization in providing a unique global forum for the career development of Black and African American human resources professionals.Our vision is to expand awareness of the impact that diverse, inclusive values and experiences bring to the workforces that support highly successful New Jersey-based companie ...
 
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Conversations are at the heart of everything we do: whether it's dealing with customers, managing team members or influencing our leaders. This week on The Good Practice Podcast, Sarah Harvey - author of Savvy Conversations - joins Ross G and Owen to discuss how thinking purposefully about our approach to conversations can lead to better outcomes. …
 
Tony Brazelton is a biochemist, a manager of projects, a manager of people, a process improvement consultant, a change management consultant, and now a corporate trainer and management and leadership consultant. He loves to design and deliver learning experiences to help people be excellent—to each other. In our conversation this week, he shares an…
 
The design of workplace learning typically requires input from a wide range of stakeholders, including HR, Legal and IT. But this week on The Good Practice Podcast, we hear from two people who decided to go it alone. Bushcraft instructor Paul Kirtley and YouTuber Craig Taylor share their experiences of designing online learning content, with Ross G…
 
Specialising in neuro linguistic programming, Yoke van Dam trains and coaches business leaders, executives, sales teams and individual staff members the tangible skills that can deliver the outcomes they want. She also presents keynotes in corporate and other settings to bring about positive change. In this episode, you'll learn: Why language and h…
 
In this podcast, Ray D'Cruz and Michael Roch discuss 5 key insights uncovered by the 2020 Equity Partner Contribution & Compensation Survey. The survey examines current practices in relation to partner contribution and compensation management in professional firms. Over 160 respondents were comprised mainly from those who manage the contribution an…
 
In Shape Up, Ryan Singer shares the methodology that he and his colleagues at Basecamp use to 'ship work that matters'. The book presents itself as a guide for software developers, but what lessons does it hold for L&D? On this week's episode of The Good Practice Podcast, Ross D is joined by Owen, Nicola and Ross G for the third in our series of bi…
 
For this special episode, I sent out a request to a number of my facilitation, training and Learning and Development business owner friends and a bunch of them graciously agreed to help out. I asked them, “What’s the one thing you wish you knew when you started your facilitation business?” Reminder: It’s your last chance to become a founding member…
 
For the next 7 days, in the lead-up to an epic podcast collaboration episode, I’m releasing a tip every day on the podcast, sharing with you things I wish I knew before I started my facilitation business. This is also your invitation to join as a founding member of my private community, Show.Up (doors open for a week). Show.Up is a community for co…
 
For the next 7 days, in the lead-up to an epic podcast collaboration episode, I’m releasing a tip every day on the podcast, sharing with you things I wish I knew before I started my facilitation business. This is also your invitation to join as a founding member of my private community, Show.Up (doors open for a week). Show.Up is a community for co…
 
For the next 7 days, in the lead-up to an epic podcast collaboration episode, I’m releasing a tip every day on the podcast, sharing with you things I wish I knew before I started my facilitation business. This is also your invitation to join as a founding member of my private community, Show.Up (doors open for a week). Show.Up is a community for co…
 
For the next 7 days, in the lead-up to an epic podcast collaboration episode, I’m releasing a tip every day on the podcast, sharing with you things I wish I knew before I started my facilitation business. This is also your invitation to join as a founding member of my private community, Show.Up (doors open for a week). Show.Up is a community for co…
 
For the next 7 days, in the lead-up to an epic podcast collaboration episode, I’m releasing a tip every day on the podcast, sharing with you things I wish I knew before I started my facilitation business. This is also your invitation to join as a founding member of my private community, Show.Up (doors open for a week). Show.Up is a community for co…
 
For the next 7 days, in the lead-up to an epic podcast collaboration episode, I’m releasing a tip every day on the podcast, sharing with you things I wish I knew before I started my facilitation business. This is also your invitation to join as a founding member of my private community, Show.Up (doors open for a week). Show.Up is a community for co…
 
Self-management is increasingly seen as the most diplomatic way to run an organisation. But how does this work when critical, time-sensitive decisions have to be made? What structures do these organisations need to have in place to succeed? And how do they overcome the challenges they are presented with? This week, Nicola Boyle and Owen Ferguson ar…
 
For the next 7 days, in the lead-up to an epic podcast collaboration episode, I’m releasing a tip every day on the podcast, sharing with you things I wish I knew before I started my facilitation business. This is also your invitation to join as a founding member of my private community, Show.Up (doors open for a week). Show.Up is a community for co…
 
Talk about a rapid conversation! My guest this week, Andy Storch and I cover it all: How to organise a conference, build your brand on LinkedIn, effective morning rituals, chunking down the book-writing process, experiential learning and more! Andy Storch is a Talent Development Consultant, Coach, Author, Speaker and Connector. He is the host of tw…
 
Another espresso shot episode coming to you this week! I hopped on a quick call with Foundd Legal owner, Riz McDonald to chat about a question that was raised in The Flipchart community on Facebook this week. The question was, “When writing up contracts to deliver remote sessions, is anyone including information to address potential / perceived ris…
 
Evidence has shown that part-time workers can outperform full-time workers. So why is it that they often feel stigmatized or second-tier within their organization? And what can leaders and managers do to challenge this? This week on The Good Practice Podcast, Nicola Boyle and Lucy Bishop are joined by Nikki Slowey and Lisa Gallagher from Flexibilit…
 
In this episode I chat with 5 x TED stage speaker, Julian Treasure about how the design of workspaces affects our productivity and how listening can be beneficial to us as speakers and facilitators. In this episode you will learn how offices are organic spaces that should be designed based on the activity, factors that affect people’s happiness and…
 
Juan Daniel Sobrado hopped on the First Time Facilitator podcast recently, to chat with Leanne Hughes about ticket sales platforms for webinars and online training sessions. Resources mentioned on this show: Learning Legendario Eventbrite Zapier ConvertKit Mailchimp Check out Juanda’s Zoom magic tricks! Tweet your thanks or thoughts to Juanda or Le…
 
What ideas are L&D most excited about in 2020? Artificial intelligence? Learning experience platforms? Curation? This week on the Good Practice Podcast, Ross D and James are joined by Don Taylor to pore over the latest Global Sentiment Survey, and discover what's 'hot' (and what's not) in learning and development. We discuss: the top-line takeaways…
 
Sally Prosser is a voice coach who is crushing it on TokTok. She does really cool things - organises events called Voice and Vinho, hosts 6 week voice makeover programs and brings creativity and flair into all the mediums she works in, including workshops. In this episode, we talk about voice coaching, tips for delivering workshops and managing ene…
 
Bonus episode coming to you this week. I was invited onto The Morning Kick, a morning huddle hosted by Andrew Pitchford and the team from Excite Media. Last week, I posted on LinkedIn about the double-mindedness we can all go through trying to be authentic at this time and how to be present, real, but have empathy while still being about the busine…
 
This week on The Good Practice Podcast, e-learning specialist, author and consultant Clive Shepherd joins Ross G and Owen to discuss the promise of e-learning. Where has it succeeded? Where has it gone wrong? And with authoring tools now giving anyone the ability to create great e-learning, might the problem be... well... us? We discuss: the evolut…
 
Today’s guest in Matthew Mason, the Chief Learning Architect at Superb Learning, an innovative content development and training business focused on better training, better outcomes by working with organisations to develop modern and creative learning solutions. We recorded this interview pre-covid however it could not come at a more relevant time, …
 
Carol Dweck's Mindset (2006) and Angela Duckworth's Grit (2016) are two of the most influential social science texts of this century, but difficulty implementing their ideas and a failure to replicate their findings has left them open to criticism. In this special crossover edition of The Good Practice and Emotion at Work podcasts, hosts Nicola Boy…
 
Let me say upfront: This is a notepad and pen episode. Take them out, now! Dr JJ Peterson is the Chief of Teaching and Facilitation at StoryBrand and he’s my guest on the show. It was recorded recently so we do touch on covid-19 and how StoryBrand are pivoting their workshops to online but JJ […] The post How to position yourself as the guide (not …
 
In Social by Design, an upcoming book from Mark Britz and James Tyer, the authors argue that we should purposefully build social connections within organisations. In this week's episode of The Good Practice Podcast, they join Ross G and Owen to discuss: the serendipitous nature of many workplace social connections the opportunities created by digit…
 
I hope you’re keeping safe, eating a variety of food, getting some movement into your day while we navigate this uncertainty and complexity. This week, I’m keeping the content fresh again and talking to a person who wrote the book about adapting to change, it’s called “Think on your feet: Tips and Tricks to Improve […] The post Moving Improv worksh…
 
To what extent are our decisions at work based on data and testing, versus hunches and gut feelings? In Experimentation Works, Stefan Thomke argues that the scientific method should drive business decisions and has the potential to improve performance. On this week's episode of The Good Practice Podcast, Ross D is joined by Owen, Ross G and Nicola …
 
Today’s guest, Jonas Rajanto’s life has changed over the last two weeks – he has been in demand, helping individuals and businesses pivot their offline offerings, online. Jonas is based in Finland and is affectionately known as “The Remote Meeting Guy”. In this show we talk about energy required to facilitate online workshops and how […] The post V…
 
*BONUS EPISODE* During these unprecedented Covid-19 times, I thought it would be helpful for listeners to lean into a conversation between their facilitation peers. With less than 24 hours notice, I invited Murray Guest and Steph Clarke onto a Zoom call, to have an open conversation on how we’re feeling, how we’re responding, and how […] The post N…
 
In the past few weeks, the rapid spread of Covid-19 has made 'self-isolation' an everyday term. 'Working from home' has stopped being a perk, and become a necessity (for those of us fortunate enough to be able to do so). But how do you adjust to working in isolation and communicating via remote meetings? On this week's episode of The Good Practice …
 
In this episode I chat with Nicholas about how to strive to become the best version of yourself as a facilitator and how to make a difference in others lives. I think that’s one of our goals as facilitators: Create some type of transformation from when a participant enters our workshop. We want to spark […] The post We all have a choice to get to t…
 
This week on the Good Practice Podcast, Ross D is joined by Owen and Gent Ahmetaj to dig into the latest research report from Emerald Works — Back to the Future: Why Tomorrow’s Workforce Needs a Learning Culture. We discuss: the purpose of the Learning Health Check the top-line takeaways from the report the practical implications for L&D Show notes…
 
It’s been just over a year now since I stepped out as a solopreneur and I feel like I’m still trying to find that ultra niche topic for me to really double down on. I run workshops on so many things: leadership, team dynamics, negotiation, communication, Strengths – I’m still a generalist and everyday, I […] The post Facilitating your passion pivot…
 
Returning to work after parental leave can be a daunting time for parents. What can managers do to ease this process and support returners in the best way possible? This week on the Good Practice Podcast, Nicola Boyle and Cat MacLeod speak to Nikki Slowey from Family Friendly Working Scotland and Camden Council's Tom Spencer. In the episode we disc…
 
This is a surprise, pop-up show! I had so many of you asking questions about how to facilitate virtual meetings and webinars, so I’ve created a practical episode, on this very topic this week. It seems like there is more of a demand to do this well, particularly given world events like coronavirus, we’re seeing […] The post Effective virtual facili…
 
Working in L&D, we spend a lot of time focusing on the development of others. But how much time do we spend thinking about our own development? This week on the Good Practice Podcast, Ross Garner and Owen Ferguson are joined by Lightbulb Moment's Jo Cook to discuss: the benefits of formal training for L&D professionals the value of experience over …
 
Charisma: An important topic that we haven’t explored enough on this show. How do you know when someone is charismatic? What clues do you pick up? That’s a question I ask today’s guest, to get her thoughts on what it takes to be charismatic. And spoiler alert? The good news is, we can all get a little […] The post Get going (and then get good) with…
 
Learning Technologies is one of the biggest industry conferences in the L&D calendar. But what did we learn from attending? This week on The Good Practice Podcast, Nicola Boyle, James McLuckie and Gemma Towersey discuss their highlights and key takeaways from the conference. In the episode we discuss: Personalisation The ethics of AI Getting back t…
 
Leanne Hughes interviews #1 coaching thought leader and author, Michael Bungay-Stanier on the First Time Facilitator podcast. The post Why being “barely adequate” is a smart strategy for First Time Facilitators with Michael Bungay-Stanier (Episode 106) appeared first on First Time Facilitator.By Leanne Hughes
 
For many organisations, the workplace is no longer local. Technology has helped create a global talent market, where the primary job requirements are a computer and a stable internet connection. There are obvious benefits to this, but what does it mean for L&D? How do you deliver a consistent experience to a multilingual, multicultural workforce, s…
 
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