Learning While Working Podcast - A podcast for learning and development (L&D) people.

Learning While Working Podcast - A podcast for learning and development (L&D) people.

Listen to the Learning While Working podcast to hear how learning and development is transforming. The episodes are interviews with leading thinkers in learning. Common themes on the podcast include trends in eLearning and digital learning, performance driven instructional and learning design and learning data. Each podcast is packed with ideas, tips and insights about how to make learning at work succeed.

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Learning while working podcast archive:

Board game design with Joshua Gillingham

In this episode of the Learning While Working podcast , we explore how to get into the mind of the player with Joshua Gillingha. Based in Vancouver Island, Joshua Gillingham is an author, game designer, and learning designer. Board games are a great way for people to learn from, as they are very engaging and bring about different challenges.

Capabilities of aspirational L&D teams with Michelle Ockers

Michelle Ockers joins the Learning While Working podcast to talk about what are some of the critical skills for L&D teams, being mindful of our blindspots, how L&D experts are ‘impact explorers’, and some key insights from her podcast, Learning Uncut.

How Do You Become a Better Learning Designer with Ant Pugh

Ant Pugh helps unfulfilled learning designers graduate from frustrated order-takers to valued business partners. In this conversation, Ant talks about why the vast majority of learning in the world today is ineffective – and what learning designers can leverage from ‘documenting’ daily to an audience.

RedThread's Next-gen Learning Method Report with Dani Johnson

Dani Johnson joins the Learning While Working podcast to discuss key insights from their Next-gen Learning Method Report, how the RedThread’s Employee Development frameworks help organisations improve their learning cultures, and why L&D roles are becoming more central to organisations.

Six Lenses Evaluation Model with Geoff Rip

Geoff Rip joins the Learning While Working podcast to share his Six Lenses Evaluation Model that he has developed as part of his Predictable Performance Design methodology, which aims to make it easier and faster to design training that is both engaging and effective.

20 questions you should ask before talking about training with Jeff Kortenbosch

Jeff’s main focus is on internal mobility and skills based talent management through upskilling and reskilling teams and employees. Listen as we delve into his 20 Questions framework, having performance conversations and how to handle push back from stakeholders about working differently.

New ways university and workplaces are working the together with Warren Kennard

Warren Kennard joins the show to share how we can develop future skills in workplaces from higher education, the power of tailoring off-the-shelf programs, and the need to keep focused on the learner.

Reimagining Learning with Aman Eid

Aman Eid believes in the power of learning to transform humans and social communities. As an Organisational Designer and Learning Strategist, it was great having Aman on the show to share what it takes to reimagine organisational learning. Tune in as we explore striving for the ‘thrivability’ of organisations.

Fostering life long learners with Eva Keiffenheim

Eva Keiffenheim is a learning enthusiast, entrepreneur, and writer who believes that we are all lifelong learners. She joins the show to delve into the three things that organisations can do to help their employees be more self-directed in their learning.

The link between learning design and habit design with Britt Andreatta

Britt Andreatta, an expert on leveraging brain science and evidence-based research joins the show to discuss her latest insights and strategies about how we can help transform organisations through neuroscience.

Does L&D really need to be using design thinking with Arun Pradhan

In this episode, Robin is joined by returning guest Arun Pradhan, an expert in design thinking and learning. We invited him back to further explore the ways that L&D teams can begin to use co-design tools more dynamically and effectively.

How leaders can foster a learning culture with Sumit Gupta

In this episode of the Learning While Working Podcast, Robin chats with Sumit Gupta who coaches leaders to overcome their biggest challenges and to create productive, enriching, and nourishing workplaces. Sumit shares his point of view on how leaders can foster a learning culture within workplaces and how nurturing one-on-one relationships with employees can help build trust and increase the motivation to learn.

Onboarding developers with Panos Siozos

In this episode, Robin chats with Panos Siozos, co-founder and CEO of LearnWorlds, an e-learning platform allowing companies and individuals to create their own online training school. He shares how the platform is used to onboard their own developers/technical staff, ways to encourage continued learning in a remote environment, and ways to streamline the creation of learning content for your courses.

Why having a learning engine is important with Zachary Minott

In this podcast, Robin talks with Zachary Minott; a lead salesforce developer by day, a writer in his free time, and a life-long learner. In this episode, Zach shares what a learning engine is, the importance of creative problem solving, and why continually building upon your knowledge is crucial for expanding and improving your skills.

Fostering a learning culture in a tech company, with Toby Newman

This podcast is a conversation with Toby Newman from HERE Technologies about how to foster a learning culture. In the interview, Toby provides lots of examples of the strategies and approaches that Nigel Paine and Sonia Malik talk about in the previous interviews on learning cultures.

Why reskilling is now at the core of what L&D does, with Sonia Malik

In this podcast, Robin talks with Sonia Malik from IBM about reskilling your workforce. The conversation starts with Sonia talking about how the pandemic has put reskilling and learning at the core of organisations and the opportunity this has provided for L&D. We then move into talking about how organisations can plan for reskilling, to enable learning to be at the strategic core of an organisation and so learning becomes a core part of daily activity.

Future ways of working with Daniel Mottau

This is a podcast with Dan Mottau from RedBubble on Future ways of working. The COVID-19 pandemic has transformed the world and is transforming how we work and live. Remote working has transformed many workspaces and employee’s lives and we are seeing the rise of hybrid workplaces. One of the key messages from this podcast is that hybrid workplaces are really about allowing people to work the way they want to and if organisations don't allow for that flexibility there are risks of losing employees.

Learning cultures with Nigel Paine

What is a learning culture and how is a learning culture fostered, supported and enabled? In this podcast, Robin is exploring these questions with author Nigel Paine.

Inclusion in live online learning with Brigit Ritchie

This podcast is a return to talking about live online learning. In this podcast Robin is talking with Brigit Ritchie from WE. WE is a learning studio facilitating workshops, retreats and art experiences to re-imagine relationships in and out of work. This podcast explores what inclusion is and it’s importance. It’s also partly a case study of how WE delivers live online learning.

LearnX - Re-imagining learning using design thinking with Gareth Killeen

In this conversation Robin is talking with Gareth Killeen from Reece about how they used design thinking to re-imagine their leadership development program. Themes include human centered design, design thinking and micro-learning and spaced learning. This is another podcast that was recorded at LearnX 2019.

LearnX - Using the 70:20:10 learning model for leadership development with Zoe Sharan

This is the next in the series of podcasts from LearnX 2019. This podcast is a return to a series of podcasts that were recorded face-to-face at LearnX 2019. In this podcast Robin is talking with Zoe Sharan from Amicus about how she is using the 70:20:10 learning model in their leadership development program.

Accelerating learning with sketchnotes with Rachel Burnham

In this podcast Rachel Burnham is talking about sketchnoting as a way for accelerating the process of learning and the cognitive science behind the practice of sketchnoting.

What Does a Virtual Event Producer Do? with Karyn Gleeson

How do you make sure a virtual event runs smoothly and is engaging? Your event producer is key to a successful virtual event but what does a producer do? In this podcast, Robin is talking with Karyn Gleeson about this question.

What makes a virtual event memorable with Barbara Covarrubias Venegas

Conference style events have a different set of problems to virtual events that are designed for small group learning, they are even harder to make engaging. For Barbara Covarrubias Venegas the key to making an event memorable is the connections between the speakers and audience and connections within the audience. In this interview Robin is talking with Barbara Covarrubias Venegas about approaches to building connections and designing large virtual events.

Using Scenarios to Transform your Virtual Classroom Sessions with Ray Jimenez

Scenarios are a powerful way to ensure your learning is performance focused. Using scenarios moves your online sessions away from being information dumps to being active and engaging experiences. In this podcast, Robin is talking with Ray Jimenez from Vignettes Learning using scenarios in virtual classrooms.

What does a conversation architect do? with Joshua Davies

Conversations are at the core of how we learn with each other, too often live sessions both face-to-face and online are presentations not conversations. Moving online does make designing learning around conversations more challenging but not impossible. In this interview Robin is talking with Joshua Davies from Knowmium about what a conversation architect does.

The possibilities of video in live online learning with Chad Owen

Everyone who is working remotely knows the experience of Zoom fatigue and the negatives of video conferencing; pixel vision, seeing yourself all the time, and what sometimes feels like an ocean of blank faces; but video conferencing also has many powerful possibilities for learning.

These are the possibilities that Robin explores with Chad Owen in this latest interview.

Presentation design for virtual classrooms with Iona Dierich

L&D professionals often struggle with visual design when designing presentations. In this podcast Iona Dierich from Sprout Labs talks about a simple, practical idea on how to improve your visual design.

The ‘creative destruction’ and rethinking of how we work and learn online with Nancy White

In this podcast Robin is talking with Nancy White about how we can rethink how we work and learn online.

Learning triage and performance consulting with Lori Niles-Hofmann

In this podcast Robin and Lori Niles-Hofman are talking about performance consulting. This is another podcast in our series about live online teaching and facilitation. This podcast is not about online teaching and facilitation, instead it focuses on other agile approaches to learning.

Blending your online sessions with Patti Shank

This is another podcast in our series on live online teaching and facilitation. In this podcast Robin is talking with Patti Shank about blending learning design for live online sessions.

Being human while teaching and facilitating online with Ben Faranda

In this podcast Robin and Ben Faranda explore what is safe online and what it means to be human in online sessions. This is another podcast in our series on live online teaching and facilitation.

The future of live online learning with Cheryle Walker

In this podcast Robin is talking with Cheryle Walker on the future of live online learning

Pivoting to online training with Michael Gwyther

In this podcast Robin is talking with Michael Gwyther about pivoting to online training. The discussion is an insight to what is happening in the training sector at the moment and Michael shares a number of ‘learning hacks’.

Designing interactive virtual classrooms with Jo Cook

This podcast is the start of our series of podcasts on live online teaching and facilitation. In this first podcast, Robin and Iona Dietrich, a Sprout Labs team member, are talking about what great live online teaching and facilitation looks like and how we approach online facilitation at Sprout Labs.

Start of the ‘Facilitating Live Online Learning’ podcast series

This podcast is the start of our series of podcasts on live online teaching and facilitation. In this first podcast, Robin and Iona Dierich, a Sprout Labs team member, are talking about what great live online teaching and facilitation looks like and how we approach online facilitation at Sprout Labs.

Learning remotely and the FutureFit report from NESTA

‘The Make it FutureFit: Four ways to design better adult learning’ report focuses on preparing learners for the workforce and it explores four core strategies via a series of case studies. During the discussion, we focus on how these strategies apply to learning remotely.

LearnX - Agility – The Secret to Greater People Experiences with Dan Mottau

This podcast about agility for the internal people experience is a discussion between Robin and Dan Mottau from Zendesk at LearnX 2019.

LearnX - Data, Analytics and Storytelling with Matthew Stephenson

This podcast is an interview with Matthew Stephenson Design manager from BUPA Health Insurance. The project Matthew talks about is a series of major reforms to a key process.

LearnX - Aggressive Customer Virtual Reality (VR) with Jake Phillips, Matt Proud and James Crosby

This is the next in a series of podcasts from LearnX. The interview is with Jake Phillips, Senior Manager, People Capability, ANZ Bank NZ and Matt Proud and James Crosby from Immersive Solutions. The interview focus is a project where ANZ New Zealand has been using virtual reality to simulate interactions with an aggressive customer.

Increasing the impact of your learning videos with Danielle Wallace

In this podcast Robin is talking with Danielle Wallace from Beyond the Sky about approaches that marketing uses to design engaging video experiences and how these approaches can be used to increase the impact of your learning video.

Talent Stacks with Yishan Chan

In this podcast Robin talks with Yishan Chan about the idea of personal talent stacks and how to develop your own talent stack. Some of the topics we talk about include learning from peers, podcasting and side projects as learning experiences.

Increasing engagement in learning with Bianca Baumann

In this interview, Bianca Baumann talks about how marketers design engaging experiences and what L&D can learn from these strategies.

Fostering self guided learners with Catherine Lombardozzi

As workplaces and work are changing rapidly, people need to be more in control of their own learning and learn while working. Self-directed learning is a key skill for the future of work. In this podcast Robin talks with Catherine Lombardozzi about fostering self-directed learners in your organisation.

Measuring the impact of learning ecosystems with Steve Foreman

This podcast is an exploration of measuring the impact of learning ecosystems with Steven Foreman, the President of InfoMedia Designs. The podcast starts with Steve outlining his ecosystem model and then he talks about measuring impact.

Removing the friction from your learning solutions with Jeremy Roberts

This podcast is with Jeremy Roberts from Infinitude Creative Group about using the Fogg Behaviour Change Model for designing learning solutions that are easier to use and more engaging. The model takes into account your audiences’ motivation, their abilities and prompts to engage them.

What is broken with assessment in eLearning, with Jenny Saucerman

This podcast is with Jenny Saucerman on what is broken with assessment in eLearning. L&D is becoming more focused on performance based learning, but the missing element is often assessment. The podcast will help you to rethink your assessments in your eLearning modules beyond multiple choice questions.

Making remote learning design teams work, with Naomi Waldron

One of the ways work is changing is that more work is being done in remote teams. In this podcast Robin talks with Naomi Waldron from easyA about making remote learning design teams work.

Cardno's journey with learning technologies, with James Hanson

In this podcast, Robin is talking with Jason Hanson from Cardno about how their implementation of a learning management system triggered a rethinking of learning at Cardno.

Using smart speakers and voice interaction in learning, with Cath Ellis

Smart speakers such as Amazon Alexa and Google Home are changing the way we interact with computers. In this podcast, Robin talks with Cath Ellis about the potential of smart speakers in learning and some of the technology that is used for design and building voice interactions.

Transforming learning with VR, with Joe Millward from TAFE NSW Digital Lab

In this interview Robin talks with, Joe Millward from the TAFE NSW Digital Lab about the work Joe is doing using virtual reality to simulated workplaces.

Designing learning for behavioural change, with Nick Petch

This is another interview that was recorded at iDesignX. In the interview, Robin talks with Nick Perch from IMC-AG about designing learning for behaviour change.

The future of work and the FutureWe framework with Jonathan Nalder

The way we work and the nature of the work we are doing is changing. In this interview, Robin talks with Jonathan Nalder about those changes and the FutureWe framework as a response to what needs to change in education.

The power of storytelling in elearning, with Jason Reed

This is an interview with Jason Reed from Croomo on why storytelling is a powerful learning strategy to use in elearning.

Using digital storytelling to boost understanding and action in cultural awareness training with Nicole White and Rebecca Carter

This podcast is the start of a series that was recorded at iDesignX 2019. They are shorter than most of the other Learning While Working podcasts. There is a bit of background noise from the conference venue. The focus of this series is on learning design.

Reflections on Learning Solutions 2019 with Cheryle Walker

In this podcast Robin talks with virtual classroom expert Cheryle Walker about Learning Solutions 2019.

AI and the modern learner, with Paul Healy

Paul Healy starts this interview by introducing Learning Pool and how they came to chatbots as an approach when they started to think about what a modern learner needs.

Using chatbots to increase learning transfer, with Emma Weber

Emma Weber is an expert in learning transfer. This is actually the second great conversation with Emma on the Learning While Working podcast; the first conversation focused on the 70:20:10 learning model and learning transfer. This interview starts with Emma giving an overview of her approach to learning transfer.

Performance support and chatbots, with Jamie Good

Jamie Good is one of the people who have pioneered using chatbots in L&D. In this interview we explore how chat can be used in L&D.

Chatbots for behaviour change in L&D, with Vincent Han

This interview with Vincent Han is the start of a section of this series that focuses on chatbots and L&D. When I started to record this podcast series I didn’t expect so many of the interviews would be focused on chatbots.

Learning analytics and machine learning in higher education with Mike Sharkey

The higher education sector has been using machine learning for some time, mostly to predict if students are at risk of dropping out of a program.

Automating learning and measuring social learning, with Ben Betts

Ben Betts from HT2 Labs is back on the podcast in this interview. Ben is passionate about using social learning to build high-impact learning experiences. HT2 Labs are also the people behind Learning Locker, which is an open source learning record store for xAPI data.

Recommendation engines for learning, with Marc Zao-Sanders

For this interview I spoke with Marc Zao-Sanders, CEO of Filtered, a platform that makes learning recommendations. In our daily life, we see recommendation engines in action all around us, such as Spotify and Netflix. Recommendation engines and learning are a natural fit.

The potential of using AI in L&D, with Christopher Brinton

This interview with Christopher Brinton from Zoomi is a great way to start this series on artificial intelligence and learning and development. The work that Zoomi is doing now is leading the application of AI in L&D.

Interviews from LearnX - The power of open source software in L&D with Richard Wyles

Richard Wyles, the CEO of Totara Learn, and Robin talk about how open source learning platforms means learning platforms can be more flexible and customised to meet the needs of an evolving organisation.

Interviews from LearnX - Using human-centred design to rethink learning with Justin Sterns

Justin Sterns from Allens and Robin talk about using using human-centred design to rethink learning to meet the needs of employees.

Interviews from LearnX - The state of L&D in Australia with Con Sotidis from Kineo

Con Sotidis from Kineo and Robin talk about the state of L&D in Australia.

Interviews from LearnX - Using a Learning Record Store to share data between healthcare organisations with Robert LoPresti

Robin and Robert talk about how Austin Health is using xAPI to share learning data between hospitals.

Interviews from LearnX - Using Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality in L&D with Peter Clowes

Peter Clowes from MAXART talks about how they have been using Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality in L&D.

Interviews from LearnX - Transitioning L&D from being compliance focused to being a value creator with Terrena Hooper

Terrena Hooper talks about her journey at Sodexo where L&D has gone from being compliance focused to being a value creator for the organisation.

Interviews from LearnX - How do managers really learn with Owen Ferguson

Owen Ferguson from GoodPractice talks about some of their findings from their research into how managers learn.

Interviews from LearnX - Is your decision making dangerous with Michelle Gibbings

Michelle Gibbings and Robin talk about the future of work and the importance of decision making.

Interviews from LearnX - Transforming learning with Virtual Reality with Mark "Squiz" Squirrell

Squiz and Robin talk about how Virtual Reality can be used to simulate experiences in the classroom that accelerate employees’ learning and create more business impact.

Interviews from LearnX - Trends in digital learning with Brenden Carter

Robin and Brendan Carter talk about trends in digital learning, including microlearning, virtual reality, learning campaigns and xAPI.

Design thinking and learning: The mindsets needed for design thinking, with Huddle

In this podcast we dive deep into the mindsets that are needed for design thinking with Kylie Savage and Caitlyn Cook from Huddle.

Design thinking and learning: Designing thinking and instructional design, with Connie Malamed

In this third podcast in the design thinking and learning series, we explore the relationship between the processes of design thinking and instructional design.

Design thinking and learning: Learning experiences from a service design viewpoint, with Simon Goodrich

In this next podcast in series on design thinking and learning, we’re talking with Simon Goodrich from Portable Studios. It’s interesting to hear an outsider's viewpoint on learning systems such as learning management systems and his thoughts on more lightweight approaches to learning systems.

Design thinking and learning: Why is design thinking important to L&D, with Arun Pradhan

The first interview in the design thinking and learning podcast series is with Arun Pradhan, on why design thinking is important to L&D at the moment.

Employability skills for the future of work

In this episode you will learn from Paul Kearney about the importance of employability skills and how to develop them in your people. Paul has a deep, rich understanding of how people learn, and has been exploring how to develop these types of skills for close to 30 years.

How to link performance and learning, using gamification and microlearning

In this podcast you will hear about how GamEffective has linked workplace performance with learning, using microlearning and gamification.

An interview with JD Dillon about continuous learning

In this interview, Robin talks with JD Dillon about continuous learning and how it links with personalised learning.

Practice and feedback for deeper learning

Dr Patti Shank is a leader in evidence-based learning. We're excited about the release of her book Practice and feedback for deeper learning, and Patti is our guest on this episode of the Learning While Working podcast. Robin and Patti discuss the need for more research in L&D, the importance of practice and feedback for deeper learning, and the different between shallow learning and deep learning.

Designing learning dashboards

This episode is for learning professionals who are ready to dive deeper into their learning data. Robin speaks with Stewart Rogers from Lambda Solutions about framing your learning analytics with visual dashboards.

Data driven learning design and digital body language

As learners, do we have our own digital body language and can this be tracked and measured for learning outcomes? Learning strategist Lori Niles-Hofmann talks on the podcast in a discussion about her approach to data driven learning design, which begins with a few very simple steps.

Content curation: what L&D can learn from journalism

In this episode, Sprout Labs digital producer and former journalist Tracey Grady grabs the mic and joins Robin in a discussion about audiences, journalism in the digital age, and content that is 'learner-worthy'—did Robin just coin a new phrase?

Content curation for learning: beyond the basics

We continue our focus on content curation, this time with Jeevan Joshi from LearnD. An avid curator of podcast content, Jeevan takes us through his pro tips for content curation and explains how well-curated content can help with retention of learning.

What learning can learn from marketing

Marketing is often focused on delivering messages that evoke particular emotions. Can learning campaigns use a similar approach? Mike Taylor from Mindset Digital talks about the lessons that learning can adopt from marketing.

Content curation: streams of learning

Stephen Walsh, co-founder of Anders Pink, joins Robin to talk about the biggest learning eco-system, which can benefit a company's learning resources and which is right at everyone's fingertips: the Internet. But as Stephen explains, careful content curation is key.

Digital Workplaces and Collaboration

Dr Melissa Bordogna returns to the Learning While Working podcast to discuss social learning and collaboration in the workplace. It's also worth listening to our previous discussion with Melissa on The Future of Work.

What does xAPI mean for instructional designers?

Megan Torrance from TorranceLearning discusses xAPI and how it can bring instructional designers back to the roots of focusing on learning performance.

The future of learning: Why xAPI is important

Shelly Blake-Plock from Yet Analytics joins Robin on the podcast and talks about how xAPI's data recording reveals streams of experience in learning, and the broad scope of possibilities for the future of learning.

Social learning and xAPI learning systems

What is social learning, and what new opportunities can be opened up when social learning is introduced to the workplace? On the Learning While Working podcast, Ben Betts from HT2 Labs dives into social learning and how it can be used with data analysis for more valuable learning outcomes.

What can L&D learn from marketing

What can digital marketing teach us about learning? Karen Moloney from The eLearning eXperts shares the surprising parallels that she has discovered between the two fields.

Nick Stephenson - What is xapiapps?

Nick Stephenson from xapiapps discusses the benefits of data capture in getting the most out of the learning experience.

The Future of Work

What happens if predictions that technology and automation will make jobs obsolete on a large scale in a few years turn out to be true? Dr Melissa Bordogna joins Robin on the podcast to discuss what role learning has in the jobs landscape of the future. Be sure to catch our follow-up podcast with Melissa on Digital Workplaces and Collaboration.

xAPI and Totara

Hamish Dewe from Orion Health joins the Learning While Working podcast to outline some of the practical applications of xAPI and Totara Learning Management Systems in a company with a global reach.

The evolution of xAPI with Andrew Downes

This is the second podcast in our series on xAPI. Andrew Downes from Watershed LRS talks about the evolution of xAPI.

Introduction to xAPI with Andrew Downes

An interview with Andrew Downes from Watershed LRS about xAPI.

Beyond compliance: getting home safe and well

An interview with Michael Roberts from IPM Consulting. Michael explains how his company looks past the compliance model of learning to engage people and achieve results.

Virtual reality and storytelling

Ben McEwing from Carben returns to the Learning While Working podcast and talks with Robin about the emerging role of VR as a storytelling and learning tool.

How to write amazing digital learning resources

A discussion with Clint Smith and Graeme Kirkwood, instructional designers who work with Sprout Labs, and Bruce Ransley, a technical writer we work with. Clint, Graeme and Bruce share their experiences in writing learning programs and offer some valuable advice for designing the best learning experiences.

Powerful storytelling and workplace learning

An interview with professional storyteller Ben McEwing from Carben about storytelling as a tool in eLearning.

Transmedia and Blended Learning

This is an interview with Mick Gwyther and Erin McCuskey from Yum Studio about the relationship between transmedia storytelling and blended learning.

What is broken with eLearning?

An interview with Matt Smith from Pure Learning about some of the issues facing eLearning professionals today.

Increasing business agility with open source learning systems

An interview with Lars Hyland, Chief Commercial Officer at Totara Learning Solutions, about how business and learning agility can be increased by using open-source learning systems.

Trends from DevLearn plus game design for learning

An interview with Warren Mara from Sysdoc begins with a discussion about trends from this year's DevLearn conference and moves into a discussion about game design for learning.

A case study on the use of blended performances supports

An interview with Melanie Hawkins from BECA about a project that she has been working on which is a great example of a learning ecosystem.

Activating learning with the 70-20 tool

An interview with Kathy Granger from Fort Hill Company about their online tool 70-20 and how it can be used to activate learning.

The manager's role in learning transfer

An interview with Shaun Sheldrake from Growability about the manager's role in learning transfer.

Powerful questions to ask when designing performance-focused learning

An interview with Clint Smith from LearnWorks about questions that an instructional designer needs to ask to design performance-focused learning.

My Favourite Learning Word: Impact

A short podcast from Robin about his favourite learning word.

Designing workplace learning activities

An interview with Graeme Kirkwood, one of Sprout Labs' Instructional Designers, about designing guides to help managers with planning workplace learning and coaching conversations.

What needs to be done before you start a storyboard

An interview with Anna Sabramowicz, Co-Founder of Elearner Engaged, about what an instructional designer needs to do before they start a working on a storyboard.

Launch of the learning while working podcast

A few months ago we started recording episodes of the newest addition to our suite of resources about learning – the Learning While Working podcast!    

The podcast is a mixture of interviews and discussions about the latest and greatest practices in learning and capability development.