Net als in de zomer van 2018 slaan VOV en Stimulearning terug de handen in elkaar. We co-organiseren 3 L&D-summerclasses en een terugkomdag.
Paul Matthews (UK) Learning and Performance expert, makes ideas come alive with stories, tips and practical tools everyone can understand. He has authored three bestselling books and is invited to deliver keynotes internationally.
His expertise has led to regular speaker appearances at HR and Learning & Development events and exhibitions covering topics such as harnessing the power of informal learning, capability at work, workplace performance, learning transfer, L&D strategy and performance consultancy. He also runs sessions on management and leadership development and how the board can get the most from their L&D team.
As a speaker, Paul’s key skill is in using stories to explain concepts and making sure the audience gets practical tools and tips to take away and implement. He excels at reducing complex theory down to simple pieces and then articulating these in a way that everyone can understand, and more importantly, use to get better results for themselves and their organisations.
Learning Transfer: How to Fix the Knowing-Doing Gap
I was asked for a short description of the event and what participants will take home as learned. What?
I don’t care what you learn; I do care about what you do with what you have learned. I care about you crossing the Knowing-Doing Gap and taking action after the event. And those actions you take will ensure you get better results from your learning initiatives. If you do what I show you, a far higher proportion of your delegates will transfer their learning from an event into their workflow and use it, so it makes a difference. A far higher proportion will change their behaviour and sustain the change over time. It’s the behaviour change I want, rather than the learning. And I care about those behaviour changes. Do you?
Het gesprek die Tiffany Motton had met Paul Matthews lees je in 'Leren & Ontwikkelen' 10/06/19.
- Putting the right people in the right room at the right time with the right content
- Setting things up so delegates use what they have learned to make a difference
- Engaging all the required stakeholders in the process of behaviour change
- Measuring the changes so you can improve the programme and know your ROI
Katharine Roff (UK) is the Network Director for Europe with Six Seconds, the global non profit dedicated to growing emotional intelligence. Her work involves supporting individuals, teams and organisations across Europe to develop and practise emotional intelligence to increase personal and organisational effectiveness.
As a presenter and facilitator, the focus of her work is on bridging the gap between thinking and doing, enabling people to make practical and sustainable change for good. Hallmarks of her work include creativity, lively experiential learning and a solutions focussed collaborative approach. Katharine has been a lifelong learner and pioneer of creative training practice, she’s a certified trainer in Neuro Linguistic Programming, counsellor, mentor and master practitioner in Emotional Intelligence. She began her EQ training with Six Seconds in 2011, and now commits to their vision of a billion people practising EQ by 2039. Katharine is an EQ Advanced Practitioner, EQ Assessor and specialist facilitator. She originally trained in drama and quickly realised the potential for using narrative to engage people in behaviour change. From safety leadership in oil and gas to communication in public health and team effectiveness in manufacturing organisations, she has a breadth of experience working with people who inspire and drive performance.
Katharine has founded and developed multiple businesses trading as sole traders, co operative organisations, limited and partnership companies, some of which have won awards for creativity and diversity. Other achievements include; Saving a life following a lightening strike, scripting and producing numerous theatre and film productions for clients globally, designing and publishing a variety of learning tools for diverse worldwide audiences.
Developing team engagement with EQ
Wouldn't it be great if teams could just get on with their job, and get on with each other? The reality is that emotions drive people and this brings complexity and often challenge for any manager. We can use EQ skills to deal with this reality. In this highly-interactive workshop, you'll decode ‘why’ EQ is a business imperative for developing high performing teams and delve into ‘how’ to use several practical EQ tools to engage and sustain teams, particularly during change.
This workshop provides leaders with:
- Individual EQ Profile offering insight and a common language for all participants
- Introduction to emotional intelligence and supporting neuroscience – the what and the why
- Survey of work challenges faced by participants in the room to increase relevance
- Overview of the Six Seconds model of emotional intelligence to drive understanding and implementation
- Understanding the link between neurodiversity, emotional intelligence and effectiveness
- Exercises on workplace related issues and using Brain Styles to help solve challenges
- Rehearsal for reality to embed actions back in the workplace
- Optional Master Class provides strategy to implement team engagement in the organisation
Griet Deca van Tryangle zal Katharine Roff interviewen. Je leest het interview in Leren & Ontwikkelen van 10/06.
- Part 1: 09h00-12h00: Insight to engage people
Participants are engaged in the what and the why of EQ to build a business case for this learnable set o skills to develop team engagement & cohesion
- Part 2: 13h00-16h00: Interact and activate ideas
We explore real world issues faced by managers of teams and co create ideas to tune in to and develop emotional intelligence personally and collectively as a team. Rehearsal for reality offers opportunity to grow confidence and practice new ideas in a safe setting.
- Part 3: 17h30-19h00: Reflect to devise and then implement strategies for success.
This optional part of the programme focusses on devising and implementing strategies for success. Leaders take away a set of ideas for micro projects, development plans and tools to deliver better team engagement and positive team climates in their organisation
Jane Bozarth (USA) has spent more than 2 decades in Learning and Development, from classroom trainer to online learning designer to eLearning Coordinator for North Carolina, USA state government.
She's the author of many books, including "Social Media for Trainers", "Better than Bullet Points", and "From Analysis to Evaluation". Her abiding interest is in social and collaborative learning: the focus of her doctoral dissertation was tacit knowledge sharing in a community of practice. This interest inspired her latest book, "Show Your Work: The Payoffs and How-Tos of Working Out Loud".
Dr. Bozarth currently serves as Director of Research for the eLearning Guild.
Show Your Work: The Payoffs and How-tos of Working Out Loud
Companies struggle with managing organizational knowledge. Workers diligently document and report tasks and activities, but the information captured only details what is done, not how people get things done. Identifying more effective, efficient ways of capturing and sharing tacit knowledge is critical to alleviating some of these struggles. In this workshop we will look at strategies for understanding what is worth capturing, for yourself and others; how to detail it in a way that makes it more accessible, and which tools approaches work best. We’ll also discuss organizational challenges such as culture, and will talk about what not to share. The central message of our time together: Developing skill at showing your work ultimately means everyone doesn’t have to learn everything the hard way.
You will take away:
- A plan for identifying and capturing the tacit knowledge important to your daily success and how to make that useful to others – and to yourself.
- Tools for making the “show your work” approach part of your daily practice.
- Strategies for showing your work as a way of supporting your own learning.
Het gesprek die Annemie Martens had met Jane Bozarth lees je in 'Leren & Ontwikkelen' 10/06/19.
Je kan op diverse manieren instappen:
Inschrijven gebeurt volgens first come first served principe.
Stimulearning organiseerde twee jaar na elkaar een event samen met VOV, PMClub en VOCAP onder de noemer NET-HRD. In 2016 had de Zwitserse futuroloog Gerd Leonhard het over HR in een gedigitaliseerde toekomst. Zie kennispool. In 2017 schreven we zelf onze verhalen: Samen@zet: 6 interactieve verhalen over Loopbaan in Beweging. Zie kennispool. In 2018 werkten we énkel verder met VOV omdat we wilden focussen op L&D. We haalden deze sprekers naar België :