I’m delighted to announce the launch of the Learning & Development Book Club – for L&D and people professionals that want to keep up to date and share their learning with like-minded peers!
The L&D profession is rapidly evolving. Whether its re-skilling your workforce, improving your training through applying neuroscience, or implementing diversity strategies, there’s so much that today’s modern people professionals need to keep on top of.
Our book club gives you the opportunity to learn with others, by reading and joining in our group discussions. You’ll be practicing real social learning, from peers, in a safe environment.
How will it work?
We’ll crowd source the book choices for each month’s read from our private FB group – you buy the book and do the reading, we’ll host a Zoom Book Club session to review each book. We’ll feature giveaways and prizes each month. We’ll also feature our book choices here, so if you don’t want to join the group, but want to see our recommendations, you can!
Our July-August read:
Social by Design by Mark Britz and James Tyer
Our May-June read:
The Value of Difference: eliminating bias in organisations
I was joined by John Chisholm of Crescente Ltd discuss L&D Book Club’s book of the month, The Value of Difference: Eliminating Bias in Organisations by Binna Kandola. For the full conversation, visit the L&D Hub on Facebook
Our March – April read:
Neuroscience in Learning & Development
We went all out on neuroscience in L&D for our March-April read. I reviewed all of the following titles:
Our February 2022 read:
Mindset: changing the way you think to achieve your potential by Carol S Dweck
Our December-Jan 2022 read:
Atomic Habits by James Clear
Head on over to our FB group for our book reviews and infographics!
Our November 2021 read was on the theme of microlearning:
Microlearning: Short and Sweet by Karl M. Kapp & Robyn A. DeFelice
You can watch our Book Club review here
Our October 2021 read was on the theme up Upskilling and Reskilling:
Long Life Learning: Preparing for Jobs that don’t even exist yet by Michelle R. Weise
You can watch a review of Life Long Learning here