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Can anyone lend me a meeting room??

Started Jul 28 0 Replies

Just wondering if anyone could let me have use of a small meeting room in London on 7th and 14th August? Will only be 3 or 4 of us. Would be hugely appreciated!Continue

Performance Support Tools

Started this discussion. Last reply by Sarah Frame Jun 15. 8 Replies

I'm currently working with a major blue chip client who are aiming to completely reinvent their fairly traditional L&D approach. They're interested in performance support tools and I wonder if…Continue

 

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Sarah Frame replied to Joel Newman's discussion VR and recommendations
"Hi Joel, I previously did some work with Immerse Learning - leading providers of VR solutions. I note you work with QinetiQ and I am aware that Immerse have in fact been involved with Qinetiq. I suggest you contact Immerse CEO Tom Symonds to find…"
Nov 16
Sarah Frame posted a status
"Is anyone using chatbots in learning? - I've got a client interested in finding out more about this."
Nov 16
Sarah Frame posted a discussion

Can anyone lend me a meeting room??

Just wondering if anyone could let me have use of a small meeting room in London on 7th and 14th August? Will only be 3 or 4 of us. Would be hugely appreciated!See More
Jul 28
Sarah Frame replied to Sarah Frame's discussion Performance Support Tools
"Hey thanks for this Jim! I really appreciate your reply and it looks good. I have included in report to client and will let you know if demo required. "
Jun 15
Jim Parish replied to Sarah Frame's discussion Performance Support Tools
"Bit of an advert Sarah so, forgive me but this is really good. In-Application Performance Support has moved on a long way recently in not just being able to present in-application guidance but now, in addition, personalised, role based business…"
Jun 15
Sarah Frame is attending jonquil coy's event

Learning Technologies Summer Forum 2017 at London Olympia Conference Centre

June 13, 2017 from 9:30am to 5pm
A unique one-day follow up event incorporating the LSG Conference.Your chance to explore further the most popular topics from Learning Technologies 2017 See More
Jun 12
Mark Berthelemy replied to Sarah Frame's discussion Performance Support Tools
"Hi Sarah, I'm afraid I won't be at the Summer Forum this year. Happy to chat on a Hangout or Skype if that would be useful. Mark"
Jun 9
Julian Staddon (@julianstaddon) replied to Sarah Frame's discussion Performance Support Tools
"Small indeed! Happy to meet up - can show you what I'm doing in terms of SP and talk about how we use super users (and anything else). Message though Linked In if you want to arrange as I'm not on here as much as I should be! Sadly will…"
Jun 9
Sarah Frame replied to Sarah Frame's discussion Performance Support Tools
"Hi Julian, very kind of you to reply, thank you. I see you are based in Kilmarnock - small world, as I am currently in Stewarton! I live down south but spend a lot of time up here with my family. Perhaps we can arrange to grab a coffee locally…"
Jun 9
Sarah Frame replied to Sarah Frame's discussion Performance Support Tools
"Hi Mark, I really appreciate your reply and these useful suggestions. Are you at the Summer Forum on Tuesday, if so we could catch up there. Many thanks, "
Jun 9
Julian Staddon (@julianstaddon) replied to Sarah Frame's discussion Performance Support Tools
"Hi Sarah Without knowing more it's hard to advise. If they have sharepoint then there is loads they can do with that especially if the more social aspects are employed. Outside of that of course are things like yammer, social cast. These are…"
Jun 9
Mark Berthelemy replied to Sarah Frame's discussion Performance Support Tools
"Hi Sarah, As you know, much will depend what they need support on. If it's generic stuff like how to be a good manager, then access to Google, Youtube and the rest of the internet would be my starting point. After that, to provide an experience…"
Jun 8
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Jun 8
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Performance Support Tools

I'm currently working with a major blue chip client who are aiming to completely reinvent their fairly traditional L&D approach. They're interested in performance support tools and I wonder if anyone has any interesting and innovative examples that you would be happy to share with me? See More
Jun 8
Sarah Frame replied to Charles Jennings's discussion Best Place to Advertise L&D Jobs?
"HI Charles, I have advertised for project managers and instructional designers on LinkedIn jobs recently, and was really pleased with the quality and quality of applicants. Sarah  "
May 10, 2013

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Director
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Green Onyx Consultancy Ltd
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Europe
About me:
Highly skilled senior executive in management and business development. Significant experience gained within the online & distance learning sector, in both commercial organisations and higher education institutions. Throughout my career, I have been recognised as excelling in a wide range of professional skills including leadership and management, business acumen, strategic planning, business development, people development and coaching, innovation and change management.

From experience gained whilst building my own successful career, I developed a passion for supporting people in their personal and career development. In particular, I enjoy running women's personal development programmes and have developed and launched a fully online programme designed to help women develop the personal and professional skills needed to enable them to successfully achieve career success.www.greenonyx.co.uk/velocity
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