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How to form a culture of habitual learning to support personal and business growth

Tue 18th Jan 2022
As we go into the new year we often think about new things we’d like to learn, how we want to progress in our careers, or what we can do to support our overall well-being.  As L&D professionals, there is also the challenge of supporting and encouraging the learning of an organisation's workforce too, to  meet the demands and ambitions of the business.  
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Natalie McDonnell, Events Manager (UK)
2021-12-23

For people and businesses to thrive, we need to move away from occasional learning to habitual learning.   

So how do you create a habit of conscious learning? How do you join forces with your brain, and what can you do to support your mind and body in that process?  

On Tuesday 18th January, at 1pm - we discussed:

  • What science has to say about habit formation and how to put it into practice.  
  • How L&D leaders can help support people to cultivate great habits and be better learners  
  • Why exercise, sleep and diet are all critical in supporting our abilities to learn     

Speakers:  

David William Hastings, Head of Content Partnerships, Go1  

Lauren Waldman, Chief Learning Scientist and Founder of Learning Pirate  

Sebastian Tindall, Head of Learning & Development, Vitality  

Moderated by Michael Strawbridge, Global Head of Community, The LPI  

 

Missed the webinar? Catch-up in the recording below:

 

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