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GoodPractice Podcast

By GoodPractice

The GoodPractice podcast is a must-listen for anyone involved in Learning and Development or Human Resources. The weekly show, featuring regular appearances from members of the GoodPractice team, plus the occasional special guest, gets right to the heart of issues affecting the L&D and HR communities. From learning needs analysis and evidence-based practice through to the impact of technology on work and hot topics at industry conferences, get critical insights into the world of work, learning and performance.

  1. 1.
    91 — Business impact of L&D17 April 2018
    38:31
  2. 2.
    90 — Marketing tactics for L&D10 April 2018
    38:56
  3. 3.
    89 — Introducing learning design3 April 2018
    33:24
  4. 4.
    88 — Machine learning is here!27 March 2018
    38:02
  5. 5.
    87 — Building a learning culture20 March 2018
    39:46
  6. 6.
    86 — Learning technologies in the workplace13 March 2018
    36:48
  7. 7.
    85 — In defence of microlearning6 March 2018
    42:23
  8. 8.
    84 — Managing complexity with design thinking27 February 2018
    36:09
  1. 9.
    83 — You shouldn't go near machine learning20 February 2018
    37:41
  2. 10.
    82 — Modern learners, not modern technologies13 February 2018
    36:24
  3. 11.
    81 — Our review of Learning Technologies 20186 February 2018
    34:04
  4. 12.
    80 — How do we make digital learning accessible?30 January 2018
    32:36
  5. 13.
    79 — Embracing change by 'unlearning'23 January 2018
    36:58
  6. 14.
    78 — Design thinking for L&D16 January 2018
    34:07
  7. 15.
    77 — What can we do about self-care?9 January 2018
    39:11
  8. 16.
    76 — What I Learned This Year (a Christmas special)19 December 2017
    34:12
  9. 17.
    75 — We need to talk about learning transfer12 December 2017
    34:06
  10. 18.
    74 — The Social Organization: Putting relationships at the heart of your strategy5 December 2017
    35:28
  11. 19.
    73 — Collaboration at Work28 November 2017
    39:43
  12. 20.
    72 — Live from London: What do managers really think?21 November 2017
    55:37
  13. 21.
    71 — VR in L&D14 November 2017
    38:53
  14. 22.
    70 — Video production for L&D7 November 2017
    37:14
  15. 23.
    69 — Working Out Loud to build new skills and relationships31 October 2017
    30:02
  16. 24.
    68 — Business basics for L&D24 October 2017
    31:12
  17. 25.
    67 — Data analytics for L&D17 October 2017
    37:24
  18. 26.
    66 — Discernment in L&D10 October 2017
    37:43
  19. 27.
    65 — Australia's learning technology landscape3 October 2017
    33:58
  20. 28.
    64 — What is Brain Friendly Learning?26 September 2017
    37:10
  21. 29.
    63 — Is curation the new king of L&D?19 September 2017
    38:05
  22. 30.
    62 — L&D at the coalface12 September 2017
    32:14
  23. 31.
    61 — How can L&D use games in elearning?5 September 2017
    34:02
  24. 32.
    60 — What is the future of work?29 August 2017
    37:53
  25. 33.
    59 — How can L&D support performance?22 August 2017
    40:44
  26. 34.
    58 — What can L&D learn from deception research?15 August 2017
    35:56
  27. 35.
    57 — Organisational design: Should L&D fight the system?8 August 2017
    37:43
  28. 36.
    56 — Where can we find inspiration for L&D?1 August 2017
    28:13
  29. 37.
    55 — How can L&D start delivering online learning?25 July 2017
    37:27
  30. 38.
    54 — How can journalism skills help us in L&D?18 July 2017
    37:24
  31. 39.
    53 — Does user experience for learning differ from other kinds of UX?11 July 2017
    36:36
  32. 40.
    52 — How can co-working support L&D?4 July 2017
    32:33
  33. 41.
    51 — How does your L&D function compare with top performers?27 June 2017
    34:23
  34. 42.
    50th episode special: Podcasting for learning in L&D20 June 2017
    38:19
  35. 43.
    49 — Evidence-based practice for HR and L&D13 June 2017
    35:01
  36. 44.
    48 — How can UX design be applied to L&D?6 June 2017
    37:13
  37. 45.
    47 — Is responsive e-learning design essential for L&D?30 May 2017
    37:03
  38. 46.
    46 — Building an online learning community for L&D23 May 2017
    36:48
  39. 47.
    45 — How important is curiosity in L&D?16 May 2017
    28:07
  40. 48.
    44 — How can L&D keep up with new technology?9 May 2017
    35:45
  41. 49.
    43 — Do the words we use in L&D matter?2 May 2017
    30:51
  42. 50.
    42 — How to make the most of Twitter25 April 2017
    39:30
  43. 51.
    41 — Should we market L&D departments internally?18 April 2017
    31:11
  44. 52.
    40 — How can L&D leaders get the best from providers?11 April 2017
    28:26
  45. 53.
    39 — What does work-life integration mean for L&D?4 April 2017
    35:10
  46. 54.
    38 — Should performance support be like online shopping?28 March 2017
    26:42
  47. 55.
    37 — How will you respond to the HR crisis?21 March 2017
    31:52
  48. 56.
    36 — What impact has psychology had on L&D?14 March 2017
    33:41
  49. 57.
    35 — How do L&D professionals share ideas?7 March 2017
    32:45
  50. 58.
    34 — Facilitation and unconferences: the new normal?28 February 2017
    36:28
  51. 59.
    33 — Where are we with virtual reality in L&D?21 February 2017
    35:19
  52. 60.
    32 — How should L&D respond to millennials?14 February 2017
    31:49
  53. 61.
    31 — Ten years of the iPhone: how have smartphones changed our lives?7 February 2017
    36:38
  54. 62.
    30 — Compliance training: Ticking a box or having an impact?31 January 2017
    33:58
  55. 63.
    29 — Our preview of Learning Technologies 201724 January 2017
    31:15
  56. 64.
    28 — Micro learning, or the advantages of slapping a label on good ideas17 January 2017
    31:54
  57. 65.
    27 — What does 2017 have in store for L&D?3 January 2017
    25:20
  58. 66.
    26 — Holiday Special: Our L&D Christmas wishes20 December 2016
    26:42
  59. 67.
    25 — L&D's Room 10113 December 2016
    33:20
  60. 68.
    24 — Google It! The Secret Online Lives of UK Managers6 December 2016
    32:42
  61. 69.
    23 — Making the most of internships and work experience22 November 2016
    24:55
  62. 70.
    22 — How remote working increases productivity and improves work-life balance15 November 2016
    36:26
  63. 71.
    21 — Classic L&D mistakes1 November 2016
    38:16
  64. 72.
    20 — Reflections on animation25 October 2016
    30:29
  65. 73.
    19 — Does face-to-face training have a role in the future of L&D?18 October 2016
    33:20
  66. 74.
    18 — New perspectives on 70:20:1011 October 2016
    30:26
  67. 75.
    17 — AI and jobs: What is the future of work?4 October 2016
    36:07
  68. 76.
    16 — The future of e-learning20 September 2016
    29:51
  69. 77.
    15 — Communities of practice and showing your work13 September 2016
    33:16
  70. 78.
    14 — Success case method and A/B testing6 September 2016
    30:27
  71. 79.
    13 — Agile L&D: Lessons from coding30 August 2016
    32:11
  72. 80.
    12 — Learning needs analysis and personal CPD23 August 2016
    30:40
  73. 81.
    11 — From order takers to performance consultants: the new role of L&D16 August 2016
    34:40
  74. 82.
    10 — Gamification and lessons from Pokémon GO2 August 2016
    27:12
  75. 83.
    9 — Overcoming a fear of failure19 July 2016
    30:26
  76. 84.
    8 — Engaging learners and breaking the ice12 July 2016
    34:20
  77. 85.
    7 — What can L&D learn from marketing?5 July 2016
    33:52
  78. 86.
    6 — How has GoodPractice changed over the past 10 years?28 June 2016
    31:16
  79. 87.
    5 — Writing advice for non-writers21 June 2016
    18:51
  80. 88.
    4 — Inside the Heads of UK Managers14 June 2016
    31:40
  81. 89.
    3 — Should we forget about MOOCS? Or are they just maturing?7 June 2016
    29:35
  82. 90.
    2 — Lessons from CIPD L&D26 May 2016
    27:38
  83. 91.
    1 — Is L&D dead? And can neuroscience help us at work?17 May 2016
    30:26

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