Creative consultant and author James Bannerman warned Learning Live delegates not to fall into the trap of complacency, conceit and conservatism when looking at doing things differently.
In an entertaining session he challenged delegates to do things differently, asking them to envision what L&D could look like.
Instead of thinking that L&D is great at what it does, he said look at some of the criticisms of L&D and view them as potential strengths by turning them to your advantage.
Bannerman said it was time to look at next practice – the future – rather than looking sideways at best practice.
Listen to the interview:
- Bannerman’s book: Genius!: Deceptively Simple Ways to Become Instantly Smarter
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