The Future of Learning

 16th February 2016 by gihan

The Future Of Learning

Accelerate the experience curve. In the past, the most common development choice was a training course, but now there are many other options. By tapping into a variety of ways to accelerate learning in your organisation, you cater to individual needs, build on existing knowledge, and create exponential learning.

I covered this topic recently in a webinar, which will help you go beyond the traditional training course as a tool for learning and development.

After the webinar, I asked participants “What was the most useful thing you learned today?” Here are some of their answers:

“Ideas for personal learning”

“The big impact of post-training value compared to the spend”


“Many people do like to learn by webinar”

“Reverse Mentoring potentially powerful in generation bridging”

“The quote “What problem do I want to solve” really resonated with me”

“Interesting to see other viewpoints from outside education and adapt to my learning experience and my students”

“Reverse mentoring – I had never considered that as a valued tool for an organisation.”

“Free videos being a great way to cover complex technical things that are covered in the classroom – you don’t have to offer the whole course.”

“Additional resources such as Courageous training and your own book: The Future of Leadership”

“Some large finance related firms that employ 100,000’s of people are less focused on a person’s degree in the hiring process.”

The Future Proof Webinar Series

The Future Proof webinar series will keep you in touch with our future – what’s ahead, what it means for us, and how to stay ahead of the game.

In each webinar, I’ll cover an important topic about the future – for example, the shift of power to Asia, the changing workplace, healthcare technology, the shift to customer-centric business, big data, and more. This is not just theory; I’ll also give you practical examples and ideas for you to future-proof your organisation, teams, and career.

Register here

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