Author Martinc

Curated Brain head communications as a networking team work and thinking minds working together with the symbols of gears and cogs connected.
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5 minutes

Editor’s note: CIPD Manchester is running a campaign to raise awareness of diversity and inclusion at work. The campaign is called #NeurodiversityAtWork and this article sets out why organisations need to get better at creating more neurodiverse workplaces. There are also links to other useful resources.

Curated Communications leader concept with a red bullhorn or megaphone rising above the rest of the group of competitors as a business and financial symbol of seding a successful message through promotion and marketing.
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6 minutes

Editor’s note: A recent survey of 4,500 workers looked at perceptions of artificial intelligence in the workplace. There are some surprising stats here, only 10% fear AI-related redundancy, for example. A key message for L&D and HR is that employees want to learn more about the implications of AI at work and they want it clearly communicated to them.

Curated 3D jigsaw pieces with text saying skills
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6 minutes

Editor’s note: This article includes three examples of how organisations are reskilling and upskilling their employees. There’s an interesting example of how a company is using augmented reality to help capture the tacit knowledge of older workers.

Curated businesswoman screaming at computer
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2 minutes

Editor’s note: This research from learning supplier Kineo shows that employees want better learning content and opportunities to learn but what employers provide falls well short of expectations. This research provides a useful snapshot of what the ‘consumer’ learner is looking for.

Curated Student using digital tablet beside green apple while studying
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2 minutes

Editor’s note: I was in a Learning Technologies Summer Forum session this week and the speaker, Jane Daly from Towards Maturity, was talking about the learning ‘ogies’. This article looks at the two most related to peer and self-directed learning – paragogy and heutagogy.

Curated Five friends sitting in cafe and chatting
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1 minute

Editor’s note: This week I facilitated a session at the Learning Technologies Conference using the World Cafe method. it’s a useful method for generating dialogue within bigger groups. This article explains the method.

Curated Depressed young adult man sitting alone
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2 minutes

Editor’s note: Six in 10 line managers think they do not get enough help from their organisation to support the mental wellbeing of their staff and 80% of UK workers said they would not discuss mental ill-health with their manager because they were worried they would be judged as incapable. These research findings make the case for helping managers support mental ill health in their teams.

Curated Old people holding hands.
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7 minutes

Editor’s note: Don Norman, author of the Design of Everyday Things and Emotional Design and a former vice president at Apple, says that we need to be thinking about designing for older people, especially now that people are living longer. Are you using inclusive design in your learning interventions?

Curated Screen shot of video on affective context
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9 minutes

Editor’s note: This short video explains a theory of learning that describes how we learn and the role of emotion in that. This concept will change the way you think about L&D provision.

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