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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: From order takers to performance consultants: the new role of L&D

When senior executives ask you to provide training, do you take a note of what they want or challenge them to define the problem? In this week's episode of the GoodPractice Podcast, Australian learning performance architect Con Sotidis joins GoodPractice CEO Peter Casebow to discuss the new role of L&D professionals

August 2016 | Ross Garner

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The GoodPractice Podcast Episode 9: Learning from failure

This week, Cat MacLeod is joined by Owen Ferguson and Justin Anderson to discuss ways of overcoming a fear of failure.

August 2016 | GoodPractice

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The GoodPractice Podcast Episode 8: Engaging learners and breaking the ice

This week on the GoodPractice podcast, Justin Anderson is joined by James McLuckie and Andrew McGlyn to discuss ways of driving engagement with L&D resources. They also offer some useful tips on how to break the ice when networking.

July 2016 | Ross Dickie

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The GoodPractice Podcast Episode 7: What can L&D learn from marketing?

This week, Marketing Manager Paul Gray and Online Instructional Designer Ross Garner speak to Ross Dickie about the lessons L&D can learn from the world of marketing.

July 2016 | Ross Dickie

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The GoodPractice Podcast Episode 4: Inside the Heads of UK Managers

Based on data gathered from 500 UK managers, this fascinating report reveals what managers find most difficult and most challenging. Owen Ferguson, Ross Garner and Justin Anderson discuss the research and its potential impact in our latest Podcast.

June 2016 | Ross Dickie

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