Want to create great videos for learning & development? Barbara Thompson takes you through the essentials to remember, and the pitfalls to avoid, before you shout ‘lights, camera, action’!
Video can help you ‘flip’ the classroom, space and refresh learning and encourage collaboration says Cathy Hoy. Read her tips to achieve all this, and face the three most common challenges to using video learning.
Thank you to everyone who attended the Member’s Meeting on Thursday 21st September. We had a fantastic day with well-attended sessions, lots of networking and sharing. We even managed to live stream the whole day from London to Edinburgh for our members in...
We’re breaking new ground, live streaming our next members meeting on 21 September from London, with Jo Cook facilitating in Scotland. We put Jo in the hot seat to find out more about the challenges she’ll face. Live streaming from London to Scotland with you...
Video can help make learning supportive, relevant and meaningful. It can be designed for impact, and to connect individuals, to share effective practices, and change people’s perception and behaviour. But it’s how you use video that delivers those results says Laura Overton, chief executive of Towards Maturity.
Leaders often become caught in a cycle of sacrifice, working long hours, emailing into the night, skipping lunch and breaks, neglecting precious time to renew. We know from extensive research that renewal is crucial in developing (and maintaining) resilience.