Activating organisational learning at Henley Forum on 18 April 2018 If you're local to Henley and haven't had a chance to hear Paul Matthews latest concepts on learning in the workflow then this event might be perfect for you: Henley Forum’s Director Dr Sharon Varney will be your host for the day and will help you
We are surrounded by problems! How did you react to that statement? Did you nod your head in agreement, or did it feel wrong? Do you find that your life is full of problems that 'drag' on you, or do you seem to think of the problems in your life as transient while you
We look forward to returning to our usual stand 609 at CIPD Learning & Development exhibition at Olympia London from 25 - 26 April 2018 for the 7th year. The theme for this year's show is 'Driving performance through learning' and we look forward to showing visitors how we can help do just that.
Creating a new habitual behaviour... At first, it's easy. It's different, new and you are focussed on it. Maybe you are doing it as the result of something that inspired you. Inspiration makes light work of any task. Then it gets tougher. The inspiration seems a distant memory, the changes seem slow, the old
Paul Matthews is very happy to have been invited to speak at the NZATD Conference in Auckland on 16 & 17 May with the theme "Maximising business impact". The sub-themes maximising learning impact, measuring business impact and technology's impact on learning will all be touched on in his Keynote "Learning transfer from classroom to workplace". And if
Most of us have so much to do, and we are keeping so many plates spinning. We live in fear of a plate falling off its stick and smashing on the ground. Yet the task of tending to all the plates stops us dealing definitively with any one plate. While our mind is a
When I ask you, 'What do you think?', what does that mean to you? How do you react when someone asks you that question? From my perspective as the asker, it means that you are a person of value who I respect and who has an opinion that I want to hear. What do