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Join hosts Ross Garner, Nicola Boyle and Ross Dickie as they chat with podcast regulars Owen Ferguson and James McLuckie. Together, they discuss and dissect our industry’s hot topics.

Each week, we talk to special guests and tackle big questions. How do people learn? Why should we care about behavior change? What’s growing in Owen’s garden just now?

Our podcast is available online to listen to at your desk, or download for the commute home. Enjoy!

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Podcast: How important is curiosity in L&D?

New tech, new approaches, new fads: Our industry is awash with exciting developments, but do we approach them with the curiosity of a magpie or the curiosity of a scientist? On this week's GoodPractice Podcast, Ross G is joined by Owen and Giorgio to look at curiosity in Learning & Development. We discuss the importance of questions, the love of learning and the fun of failing (quickly!).

May 2017 | Ross Garner

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Podcast: How can L&D keep up with new technology?

Technology advances at an exponential rate – so how on Earth do you keep up with it? What tech could you be using that you don’t know about? What should you be thinking about using next year, or in five years? What do you need to think about addressing right now? Technical Director Jonny Anderson and Early Adopter Owen Ferguson join Justin Anderson this week to discuss the dizzying world of new technology.

May 2017 | GoodPractice

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Podcast: Google It! The Secret Online Lives of UK Managers

This week: Ross, Owen and Peter from the GoodPractice team discuss our latest research into the online habits of UK managers.

May 2017 | Ross Garner

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Podcast: Do the words we use in L&D matter?

The Learning and Development profession is awash with rich terminology, much of it vague and overlapping. But is the language we use a useful shorthand, an opportunity for priming or an unnecessary distraction?

May 2017 | Ross Garner

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Podcast: How to Make the Most of Twitter

You’ll always find a good flaming argument on Twitter, but can it actually be used in a way that’s beneficial for work? Marketing and networking are probably obvious options, but are there better ways to make use of this massive communications medium?

April 2017 | GoodPractice

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