Your digital goody bag…
May Members’ Meeting, Wednesday 18th May 2022
Useful resources and updates
Martin Baker, our CEO
The Charity Learning Index (CL Index)
The CL Index is a new assessment tool exclusively for members of the Charity Learning Consortium. The questionnaire has been created by award-winning learning specialist Andrew Jacobs. Get in touch with your membership manager if you’re ready to take part, or find out more here.
The little book series
We hope you are enjoying the little books that were handed out at the end of the day. If you didn’t manage to get one, or would like to read more in the collection, you can download them all online here.
If you haven’t managed to get your hands on a copy of The Charity Times newspaper, don’t worry! You can read the digital version, as well as find out all about the benefits of your CLC membership, here.
The Learning and Development handbook by Michelle Parry-Slater
A practical guide for L&D professionals wanting to move away from traditional classroom teaching but not sure where to start. Full of practical tips and advice, this is urgent reading for anyone in the learning profession. For a 20% discount on this book, please use our discount code: AHR20
Sessions and workshops
Case study: Recover, refocus, rebuild: The story of BH Live learning
Sarah Stickland, Learning and Development Manager at BH Live
BH Live is a charitable social enterprise that operates in the leisure and events industry; two sectors significantly impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic. In this session, Sarah shared the journey of the BH Live learning and development team as they have recovered, refocused and rebuilt.
Check out the slides below for a reminder of their story and the three main learning points that were discovered along the way.
Pain-free induction design
Gill Chester, Founder and Lead Developer at Little Man Project
How to create a learning plan for EDI
Nathan Nalla, CEO and Founder at Be The Riot
Creative ways to get people excited about L&D
Mandy Johnson at Sketchnotes UK
Seven steps to build a coaching culture
Jo Wright, CEO at Coaching Culture
Jo walked us through the ‘Coaching Culture framework for success’, which aims to inspire new thinking about how to harness the power of coaching conversations in organisations. She shared the seven steps to building a coaching culture in this interactive and practical session.
The Charity Learning Index – Networking
Andrew Jacobs at Llarn Learning Services
Are you signed up for our next events?
June Members’ Meeting
Glasgow, Wednesday 15th June 2022
September Members’ Meeting
Virtual, Thursday 15th September 2022
Charity Learning Conference and Awards
London, Thursday 17th November 2022
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