Nigel Paine is a change-focused leader with a worldwide reputation and a unique grasp of media, learning and development in the public, private and academic sectors.
He has extensive experience in leadership and consultancy with public service broadcasters, SMEs, global industry players, government and education institutions.
I have published 8 books that I have either written or edited, and well over 100 articles and white papers for publications world-wide which focus on leadership, learning and technology.
The most recent three books for Kogan Page (www.koganpage.com) can be purchased either from the KP website for a 20% discount, using the code: FRIENDSOFNIGEL, with free postage and packing in the UK and USA.
I speak at about 10 international conferences a year and lead many associated workshops. I am a regular at the annual Learning Technologies Conference in London and the Masie Learning Conference in Orlando. In addition, in August this year, I am co-hosting 3 workshops with Michelle Ockers on Building a Learning Culture in Sydney, Melbourne and Auckland. I also lead Fishbowl discussions in Australia and London.
Learning culture has become a big deal. From being a phrase barely mentioned for over 20 years, it seems to be on the lips of everyone involved in talent development and learning. This is very gratifying. Seeing that trend......
I am a regular presenter of Learning Now TV www.learningnow.tv. It transmits via amd internet channel for one hour per month, usually the last Thursday, at 10.00 and 20.00 UK time.
I have interviewed over 200 key figures from L&D world-wide. All interviews going back to programme 1 are freely available on the LNTV website. Please join me and become one of the 67,000 users of LNTV.
From Scratch: A weekly podcast with Martin Couzins. Listen to any of the 120 or more we've recorded. The podcasts are usually less than ten minutes and focus on a single topic - a conference, new book, report or an idea. Visit www.fromscratchpodcast.com
Nigel Paine@ebase@DonaldHTaylor: Some thinking on how L&D can respond to COVID-19 in the short, medium and long-term.
1. We adapt to doing everything online
2. We adopt new ways of working, preparing for return to work
3. We advance, supporting a new way of of working that is digital by default https://t.co/HMxSFRtBg2