Making Transfer Work with 70:20:10

Making Transfer Work with 70:20:10

The 70:20:10 model is an interesting one. Many learning professionals have been focusing on 70:20:10 for a while. It seems a lot of organisations are actively using that model within their learning principles and processes. What I have observed, is that often more...
The Top 5 Reasons To Attend ATD 2018

The Top 5 Reasons To Attend ATD 2018

The top 5 reasons why I will be flying to San Diego, USA for the ATD’s International Conference & Expo 2018 along with 10,000 other learning colleagues are: 1. Obama. Need I say more!! The keynote sessions are always unmissable and this year will not...
5 Transfer of Learning Myths that MUST be addressed!

5 Transfer of Learning Myths that MUST be addressed!

Someone recently said to me “is ‘learning transfer’ the transfer of learning from the trainer to the learners?” (VIA GIPHY) I wasn’t quite sure what to say. But, in a word, no!! So I thought it was time to clarify the myths in learning transfer. Starting with the...
A twist on the C-word in Learning

A twist on the C-word in Learning

Or rather… the three “C” words!! I believe at the heart of most transfer of learning failure is a reliance on the three outdated C words in learning – Compliance, Control and Content. The twist is that there are three new C words to replace these old C words....
The State of Workplace Learning in ANZ

The State of Workplace Learning in ANZ

Launched with a webinar this week from Laura Overton and the AITD – the new Towards Maturity benchmark report “Unlocking Potential in Australasia” has officially landed. The report looks at the state of workplace learning in Australia and New Zealand vs. the worldwide...
The Shocking State of Employee Engagement

The Shocking State of Employee Engagement

Research has found that only 42% of employees surveyed have access to a channel in which they can share feedback with their organisations. And yet even for this 42%, it is not done effectively. “The 2017 State of Employee Engagement Report” by Saba was featured on CLO...