About

Gender

Male


Location

London


Job role

Learning and Development Manager


Organisation

St George's, University of London


Twitter account

@khalidjoomaye


Size of organisation (employees)

500 - 1000


Areas of professional interest

Blended learning, Human capital and talent management, Instructor-led training, Knowledge management, Learning management systems and methods, Measurement methods and technologies, Mobile learning, Organisational learning, Performance support technologies and methods, Skills assessment and competency mapping, Workflow and process-embedded learning, My personal professional development, Social Media and learning


Sector

Education


Khalid replied to Khalid's discussion Professional Development Policy in Share & Learn Good Practice
"Zoe/Alan,
Thanks for your contribution.  Luckily, performance is a word that is part of our organisation's vocabulary at the moment and so it will be quite straightforward to use it as a basis for the policy  However, there is a desire for better…"
Dec 13, 2011
Zoe Parker replied to Khalid's discussion Professional Development Policy in Share & Learn Good Practice
"Hello I just had to join because I agree with Alan this is a terrific topic, Khalid. Put very simply, training is about control and education is about letting people fly as high as they can. Have look at Peter Senge's work on learning organisations…"
Dec 8, 2011
Alan Bellinger replied to Khalid's discussion Professional Development Policy in Share & Learn Good Practice
"Great topic, Khalid, and I'm sure that future posts will take the discussion forward substantially. I look forward to being part of that learning curve! My first thought is that, if I were in your shoes, I'd leapfrog learning in the jump from…"
Dec 7, 2011
Khalid posted a discussion in Share & Learn Good Practice
Hi Everyone, I have been asked to re-write our CPD Policy.  The current policy is permeated by 'training' and this is something that I would like to address by recasting with a distinct 'learning' focus, particularly in recognising that learning…
Dec 6, 2011