Mind Tools L&D Podcast

Every week, join hosts Gemma Towersey, Ross Dickie, Owen Ferguson and Ross Garner as we discuss all things work, performance and learning.

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Episode 266 — Supercharged skills for learning professionals

New business models, an increasingly hybrid workforce and the need for constant adaptability are changing what it means to be a learning professional.

In this week's episode Ross Garner meets the eLearning Network's Joan Keevil and Dr Hannah Gore to explore their research into the skills we need to professionalize.

We discuss how the world of work is changing, personal and professional impact and evidence-based practice.

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For over five years, The Mind Tools L&D Podcast (formerly The Good Practice Podcast), has been a must-listen for anyone working in HR or L&D. It’s an open, supportive, and accessible spaces to debate the world of work, with its mix of expert insights and good humor.

Each week, we talk to special guests, industry leaders, practitioners, and authors to tackle the big questions facing our organizations. We also review the latest theories and share experiences, backed up by learning and performance insights.

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The Mind Tools L&D Podcast stands out as must-listen material for the L&D profession. The hosts do a great job of bringing the best out of their interviewees, and crucially, they know their stuff, so you can always rely on them to ask those vital, searching questions. But they wear their knowledge lightly and the podcast combines humor and quirkiness with its solid value.

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With years of experience, our Podcast hosts focus on creating episodes that challenge in a collaborative way. We’re genuinely interested in the issues our community and industry is grappling with and hope that by talking these through we can help you succeed in your role.

Collaboration is important to us too. The Mind Tools Learning Community thrives on grass-roots involvement.

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