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How, when, and where do we learn the skills to humanise the workplace?
Connection. Perhaps a year and a half ago it wasn’t something that you were thinking about on a regular basis. Fast forward to the present time and it’s something we’re all looking to do more of and learn how to do better in order to connect with our fellow humans, both in and out of the working environment.
Is your L&D team building the skills to meet company performance objectives?
In episode 19 of the Learning with Go1 podcast Senior Learning EdTech Transformation Strategist, Lori Niles-Hofmann, shares her insights into what the leading L&D teams are doing well... and not so well.
Carrying the cognitive load of learning
Focused learning takes a lot of cognitive energy. Therefore, the way we go about learning has to be much more strategic and intentional. Learning Scientist Lauren Waldman offers practical suggestions on how learning leaders can navigate that moving forward.
Humanising the workplace in a post-pandemic world
In this informative and thought-provoking webinar, Lauren Waldman, founder of Learning Pirate, is joined by Helen Marshall of Thrive, and Go1 Head of Content Partnerships, David Hastings to discuss humanising the workplace in a post-pandemic world.
The importance of self-leadership in adult learning
While skills and attitudes relating to self-leadership may be particularly important to employment outcomes, they’re not often covered by adult learning programs. So why is it that self-leadership is often not included in these programs?
The skills gap is increasing faster than we are educating people
In episode 17 of the Learning with Go1 podcast David Blake, former CEO & Cofounder, now Executive Chairman of Degreed, joined us to discuss whether universities need to do more to support the lifelong career of their students.