We are experienced speakers who will engage and inform your audience. We’re used to presenting to groups of all sizes in all sorts of venues – from the board room to theatres (and even a 19th century warship).
We speak on a variety of topics and currently our focus is on:
The Four Responsibilities of the Learning Professional
Many learning and development practitioners experience a major obstacle to achieving their goals and providing the best possible service to their organisations. In their interactions with key stakeholders they are not afforded the respect upon which their credibility as true professionals depends. They are simply not trusted as they should be to apply their technical expertise in solving problems that in practice are beyond the reach of the lay person. The Four Responsibilities of the Learning Professional offers a way to help those working in learning and development to be recognised as true professionals.
The Six Characteristics of Compelling Content
There is a lot of content out there competing for our attention:
- 100 million YouTube videos
- 5 million English language articles on Wikipedia
- 5 billion web pages
- 25 million songs on iTunes
- 14000 films on Netflix
Clearly we can’t consume more than a tiny fraction of all this. We’ve become adept at ignoring content that isn’t compelling, in our personal lives and at work. To get attention your learning content needs to be compelling. This isn’t achieved by magic, just focused thinking and hard work. You can apply the six characteristics to videos, articles, blog posts, screencasts, slide shows, podcasts, tutorials and interactive scenarios. Characteristics that will help you to cut through the noise, hold your learner’s attention and make a difference.
More Than Blended Learning