Archive for Tag Archives: ' Performance'

Assumed Constraints and Elephant Thinking

Should the title be “Assumed Constraints and L&D Thinking” or should it stay the way it is, I’ll let you make up your own mind. Since leaving my last role  with a large bank, I’ve continued [...]

Fortitude – the mix of intuition, courage and boldness

When asked to develop a learning program we are often provided, initially at least, with three pieces of information. The context is usually provided and you know the typical scenarios . . . “we need to [...]

Playing by numbers

The theme of last week’s Learning Cafe in Sydney was How to Win Friends and Influence Learning Stakeholders. Among the stakeholders considered was the “C-Level & Leadership”. This got me thinking, do the C-suite and lower [...]

The disillusionment of training

The Freedictionary provides the following description of disillusionment; “having lost one’s ideals, illusions, or false ideas about someone or something; disenchanted” I’ve been spending a lot of time recently thinking about the role of training in [...]

The Blame Game

Unfortunately the ‘blame game’ isn’t something linked to my last post about gamification. It relates to a catchphrase that was a running joke in a previous role. In my time as a trainer there were a [...]

Learning Professionals – Do you need to tweak your pipes?

Learning Cuppa from the UK In my last post I talked about the Institute of IT Training (IITT) becoming the Learning & Performance Institute (LPI). The big announcement came at Learning Live last week; you can [...]

Training to Learning & Performance – It’s evolution baby!

Learning Cuppa from the UK Hi everyone this is my first post and I’m really pleased to be part of Learning Café. I hope to bring you a view of things that are happening in the [...]