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Gaming in learning the key to talent development, says MIT’s David Cavallo

David Cavallo: 'People are finally noticing the really deep learning that has been happening through gaming'

LearnPatch is interviewing some of the speakers at the forthcoming World of Learning Conference and … Read More...

Curated tweets from #chat2lrn Twitter chat on civility in the workplace

Here are our our edited highlights from the Chat2lrn Twitter chat on civility inside and outside of … Read More...

Lifelong learning – the key to helping manage change

Melanie Lepine

LearnPatch is interviewing some of the speakers at the forthcoming World of Learning Conference and … Read More...

From heroic to collaborative leadership

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This article first appeared on the LCP website. The old style of leadership is on the way out. … Read More...

Curated Posts

The visual system and learning by Art Kohn

Editor’s note: Art Kohn looks at the brain’s two visual systems – the what and the where systems – and what they mean for the way we create and deliver learning content.

Morning people are less ethical at night

Editor’s note: According to researchers, when your energy is low, you are more likely to behave unethically.

Intelligent YouTube channels

Editor’s note: I’m a big fan of the Open Culture blog, especially for its lists of useful and entertaining resources. This one is no exception.

The only use case for ESN that you will need

Editor’s note: Oscar Berg on why you should be using enterprise social networks in place of email.

Should employers ban email after work hours?

Editor’s note: Gallup’s chief scientist of workplace management and well-being James Harter looks at the complex answer to a simple question. The issue here is engagement, not email.