Podcast 110 - What's in your L&D book bag?

Way back in episode 103 ("We need to stop overcomplicating learning"), Owen and Ross D proposed a special episode focused on the non-fiction books that thought an L&D professional could learn from. This week on The GoodPractice Podcast, we're releasing that episode.

Written by Ross Dickie
Published 29 August 2018
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Podcast 110 - What's in your L&D book bag?
Way back in episode 103 ("We need to stop overcomplicating learning"), Owen and Ross D proposed a special episode focused on the non-fiction books that an L&D professional could learn from.

This week on The Podcast, we're releasing that episode. As well as recommendations from Ross D, Owen, Gemma and Ross G, we've got a long list of books that our extended podcast family have suggested via Twitter. So dust off your library card and prepare to fill your tote as we dive in to the world of non-fiction books for L&D folks.
 

About the author

Ross Dickie

Ross Dickie

Learning Experience Designer
Ross has been working in L&D since 2015 and is a key member of the instructional design team at Emerald Works. Most of his time is dedicated to writing articles, scoping infographics and contributing to video projects.

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