In a very special episode, Kate Loesch and I travel back in time to watch an old Blockbuster training video from 1990. Boy oh boy is it delightful. To our surprise, many L&D principles are present and still relevant in our modern L&D world. Also in this episode: a character named Buster, big hair, and maybe Geena Davis?
Linda Daniels is a Learning Architect with an incredible depth of experience and passion for sharing knowledge. We talk about why Learning Experience Design is vital and how to handle the challenges that come with it. Linda is not afraid of technology and mentions using several including: Mural, Invision, Adobe Creative Suite, Sketch, Slack, Zoom, WebEx, and Blue Jeans. If you’re at all interested in Learning Experience Design - you won’t want to miss this!
Megan Libby is a VP, Executive Development at LVMH. You may know LVMH through some of their brands like Moët champagne, Louis Vuitton, and Sephora. Megan shares with us her journey into L&D, how her team is successfully pivoting from 100% live learning experiences to 100% virtual learning experiences, and why she thinks virtual reality is what’s next for L&D. Technologies discussed: Zoom, Kahoot, Klaxoon, and SharePoint. Here’s a link to the article mentioned at the end of the show about virtual reality being used for Executive Diversity & Inclusion initiatives: https://fortune.com/2019/10/29/virtual-reality-diversity-inclusion-training/
We’ve all heard the phrase “it’s like riding a bike.” But is it really true? In this episode, I discuss 5 L&D Lessons learned from this simple phrase. Article available on Medium: https://firstname.lastname@example.org/like-riding-a-bike-89f0f391c2a4
In this episode, I sit down for a chat with Nick Floro. He’s the President of Sealworks, an award-winning learning solutions agency. He has been in the biz for 27 years so he offers a unique perspective on the evolution of learning and technology and where we might be heading in the future. Suggested tech to check out: Miro and mobileappsforlearning.com
This episode challenges you to rethink learning objectives. Learning objectives are kinda boring. That’s a fact. Can we borrow from our pals over in marketing to envision a world where we describe what’s in it for the learner? In this simple way, we could excite learners rather than boring them.
In this episode I talk about the future. More precisely, my vision of the future as it pertains to L&D. I love thinking about what could happen in our field and I’m so excited to share these thoughts with you.