Learning Event Measurement for Non-L&D Folk

A quick 5 in 5 on why we should be measuring learning events in the workplace!   1. Why should I be measuring learning ? It’s important to measure learning events so you can ensure that your intended outcomes translate into behaviour change or action within the workplace. Evaluating training, seminars, workshops or events that you have put time into … Continue reading Learning Event Measurement for Non-L&D Folk

Team Retreats – What’s the Point?

I was recently asked to participate in a specialist department's retreat - I know I know, 'retreat' is often a catch-all we use to either shove a tonne of information down unsuspecting employee's throats or a flowery-feel good waste of time (and often company funds). But then I spoke to the team manager and to … Continue reading Team Retreats – What’s the Point?

To Ensure Your Facilitator Isn’t *@#^ Try Thinking About This

We've all done it. Attended a training session, a workshop or a conference and the person running the show is *@#^. You try to be nice and think that maybe they're using a style that doesn't sit well with you, or there's some point to all this that you're not yet seeing, but as time goes … Continue reading To Ensure Your Facilitator Isn’t *@#^ Try Thinking About This