Tips for innovating on longer L&D programmes

Tips for innovating on MAC programmes On longer L&D programmes, such as Manager as Coach (MAC), there are a range of ways you can innovate.  For example, if you have the capacity,  you can factor in a small amount of ‘scaffolding time’ – this is extra structure that enables you to shape and facilitate an […]

Making learning stick

We’ve been working with student advisors, supporting them to learn coaching skills. That way they can flex between advising and coaching in a conversation with learners. We’ve been using our ‘scaffolding techniques’ to build on the impact they encounter on the workshops and action learning sets: pre-programme conversations with participants guidance for managers on how […]

Learning from Burnout

 Join the free L&D group  I’m not sure if you have heard about the  free moving L&D group I lead (next meeting 7th June 10.00am).  It’s a supportive online space to discuss how L&D is changing, what we are working on in our organisations and to discuss a special L&D theme ‘Burnout’ and ‘making learning stick’!  […]

Our mini learning manifesto

We work hard at making learning be fun and successful.   This is our Learning Moment mini manifesto, that we do our best to live by. We believe that learning is essential for a thriving, healthier, more successful and happier workplace.  We are dedicated to creating learning spaces that ignite different thinking, innovation and enable […]

Innovative leadership using Theory U

Theory U is a  process for innovative change in teams, organisations, and communities. It helps us tackle our toughest  unresolved challenges. It offers fantastic insights to leaders too, about how to bring about meaningful change and innovation. A bit about me and TheoryU  I have  been learning about Theory U since 2015.  I had co-led […]

A systemic view of team resilience

I’m interviewing leaders and staff,  discovering what has made their teams resilient during this uncertain time that we’ve been through globally. I’ll be presenting some of the information in a workshop at the SDF Festival of Learning later next week. In the meantime, here’s some insights on why we need a systemic view for Team […]

‘I didn’t mean it like that!’ ‘Landmines’ and conflict in conversations at work

I’m learning about Deborah Tannen’s work. Her research focuses on conversations[1]. On why we understand and often misunderstand each other. Good conversation skills are in my experience,  crucial at work. Whether you work on customer service,  as an administrator, or as a manager using coaching skill. Working on  your conversation skills also contributes to your […]