The Importance of Cultural Intelligence in LearningDanielle Kennedy, Director of Learning, SAP Litmos In a virtually connected world, it’s more critical than ever to practice cultural intelligence. Your learning strategy is no exception. It’s increasingly important to consider differences in learning styles and protocols as they vary across the globe to most effectively convey…See More
How to change cultures through better learning experiencesDanielle Hamilton,Chief Customer Officer, Thrive Learning What comes first, learning culture or technology? Many implement new tech hoping that it will help to shift cultures, but we’ve found that many new launches fall flat. So what’s going wrong? Tech is just one piece of the pie. Clearly, we need to do more to better…See More
Top L&D trends in 2019Donald H Taylor, chair, Learning Technologies Conference What is happening in Learning and Development (L&D), and how will things change this year? If you think there’s too much noise out there, and not enough hard fact, you’re not…See More
Career planning and how to tap into each employees talentsDr Mark Melia, Head of Product Strategy, EnovationDo you have a career plan? Do you know where you want to be in 10 years’ time? Me neither! Careers are very different to that of a generation ago. Today people go through different careers and many different jobs within each career. This is not surprising as the rate of…See More
Launch of the Towards Maturity 2018 BenchmarkLaura Overton, Towards MaturityMake 2018 your breakthrough year! Join us to identify practical ideas to transform learning in YOUR organisation. This year we've explored evidence from 700+ professionals globally to…See More
Don't tick the boxOwen Rose, Partner, ActeonOld paradigms in learning and development are struggling to keep up with millennial organisations and their audiences. So how can you think different and deliver impact? We’ll explore creative approaches to learning…See More
I am driven by people and am motivated to help and support others. An experienced professional in the area of adult learning & development I have 15+ years L&D experience in a variety of industries; financial services sector, retail and currently in an international charity. I recently qualified as a counselling psychotherapist.
I am at my best in roles which allow me to engage my people skills in a creative and meaningful way.
I hold chartered membership of the CIPD and pre-accredited membership of the IACP.
Size of organisation (employees)
100 - 500
Areas of professional interest
Blended learning, Content authoring and design, Human capital and talent management, Learning management systems and methods, Organisational learning, My personal professional development
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