Podcast: Classic L&D Mistakes

In this week's podcast, Owen Ferguson, Peter Casebow and Justin Anderson discuss classic L&D mistakes.

Written by GoodPractice
Published 11 November 2016
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Podcast: Classic L&D Mistakes

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In this week's podcast, Owen Ferguson, Peter Casebow and Justin Anderson discuss classic L&D mistakes.

L&D is a challenging profession, but are there persistent errors we need to address, and if so, why do they persist? Are there any mistakes specific to L&D, or are they just normal, human errors manifested in an L&D environment?

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