Nigel Paine, MD, Nigel Paine.Com
Learning culture is a phrase bandied about regularly with out any agreed definition or criteria. What this means is that the phrase becomes meaningless. You have a learning culture if you say you have one. That is not helpful and there are good reasons for being a little more precise. So let’s change the anomaly and have a great conversation about what it is and it is important and it is a game changer for those organisations willing to go beyond sloganizing. Thiis webinar will talk abut learning cultures in organisations, try to clarify what that means and illustrate some of the key benefits. And how you can build a learning culture that endures and adds value
Nigel Paine has been involved in corporate learning for over twenty years. He was appointed in April 2002 to head up the BBC’s Learning and Development operation. Under his leadership, his excellent team transformed the learning function and put it on the map. He left the BBC in September 2006 to start his own company that is focused on building great workplaces by promoting creativity, innovation, values based-leadership and learning and the link between them. He teaches on the CLO Doctoral programme at the University of Pennsylvania. His first book is called, The Learning Challenge: Dealing with Technology, Innovation and Change in Learning and Development. His most recent book, is Building Leadership Development Programmes That Work. He is currently working on a new book on building and developing a learning culture. He presents a monthly TV programme (Learning Now TV), shares a weekly podcast (with Martin Couzins) called From Scratch. He regularly speaks at conferences, writes articles for magazines and journals about development, technology and leadership.