232 — What will be hot in workplace L&D in 2021?

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What ideas are L&D most excited about in 2021? And what impact has Covid-19 had on perceptions within our industry?

This week on the Good Practice Podcast, Ross D and Owen are joined by Donald Taylor to dig through the results of this year's Global Sentiment Survey. We discuss:

  • the emergence of reskilling/upskilling as a priority for L&D
  • the extent to which Covid-19 has amplified or disrupted trends from the past few years
  • predictions for the year ahead

Show notes

If you'd like to continue the discussion, why not have your say by joining us on Clubhouse this Thursday (18 February) at 3pm GMT? You can find the details here: https://www.joinclubhouse.com/event/MdO9Q8lA

For more from us, including access to our back catalogue of podcasts, visit emeraldworks.com. There, you'll also find details of our award winning performance support toolkit, our off-the-shelf e-learning, and our custom work.

To find out more about the Global Sentiment Survey, or to register for your free copy of the report, head to: https://donaldhtaylor.co.uk/survey/

Owen's 'What I Learned This Week' was about the design of the first ever org chart: https://www.wired.com/2014/03/stunningly-complex-organization-chart-19th-century/

He first heard about this in a tweet from former podcast guest Doug Shaw: https://twitter.com/dougshaw1/status/1356881364679819264?s=21

The book Don mentioned was Circe by Madeline Miller, available at all good booksellers.

The podcast and Netflix series Ross mentioned is Song Exploder. You can find out more about the show at: https://songexploder.net/

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