Jane Daly's Worklife Podcast - Andrew Jacobs: Learning delivery
In this episode Jane talks to Andrew Jacobs, an independent Learning Consultant about Learning delivery.
Andrew Jacobs is a recognised leader in learning, known for his innovative thinking about learning, training and technology. He has significant experience in a range of roles across learning, training and people development, experience acquired across a variety of industries in both the public and private sectors. Andrew has a specific understanding of developing online and digital solutions for learning, social profile and engagement. In 2020 he won the Jay Cross Memorial Award for his work in the field of informal learning. He is a Fellow of the Learning Performance Institute (LPI) and an independent Learning Consultant.
If you are looking to explore more about successful Learning delivery, Andrew recommends:
- Dangerous Ideas, a book by Alf Rehn which challenges your thinking about creativity, click here
- The Big Man Can't Shoot - series 1, episode 3 of the Revisionist History podcast series. In this episode, a basketball legend - Wilt Chamberlain - is considered. He couldn’t shoot free throws so changed his technique to an underhand method and started scoring at will. He then switched back and the podcast is a great piece to get people to think about what drives success.
- The Transformative Power of Classical Music - a TED talk by Benjamin Zander which is about passion, leadership, and engaging people emotionally but NOT about classical music, click here
You can also find out more about Andrew, including details of how to contact him, here
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