User-Generated Video Learning

Marketing teams have started using videos made by Influencers and organisations are finding these videos are heavily impacting buying decisions. Consider Chewbacca Mom, a lady who filmed herself in the car with a new electronic Chewbacca mask. Her absolute delight was the most watched Facebook Live video in 2016 and by the end of … Continue reading User-Generated Video Learning

How to improve creativity

Walking, inside or outside, improves creativity, influences cognition and improves physical fitness. Stanford released a research report following a study in 2014  claiming; Walking boosts creative ideation in real time and shortly after. It is well known that, Apple co-founder, Steve Jobs held walking meetings and others, such as Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg, see the benefit walking can have … Continue reading How to improve creativity

On the twelfth day of Christmas my social network sent to me

Twelve characteristics of social learning, Eleven tips for successful virtual training, Ten top authoring tools, Nine things educators need to know about the brain, Eight am #LdInsight chats, Seven skills needed for L&D, Six trends in L&D, Five myths about 70:20:10, Four elements of social learning, Three priorities for L&D to align to customer needs, Two … Continue reading On the twelfth day of Christmas my social network sent to me

Curiosity according to Stella Collins #NLAWWeek

This week 15th-21st May is Learning at Work week, which is an annual event and 2017's theme is Curious & Creative. I discovered the power of curiosity in learning and development when I read Neuroscience for Learning and Development by Stella Collins. She explains; "When we are curious out brains are stimulated by dopamine, a neurotransmitter that … Continue reading Curiosity according to Stella Collins #NLAWWeek