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Originally spearheaded by noted learning scientists and consultants, Will Thalheimer and Matt Richter, and originally called Truth In Learning, the updated, upgraded, and rebooted LDA Podcast explores all aspects of the Learning and Development field- validated tools and resources for better training, debunked learning models, controversies in the industry, and so much more. Now hosted by Matt and Clark Quinn (another noted scientist and consultant, the podcast will dive deeply into what mak ...
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Tune into The Training Associates (TTA) “Bring Out the Talent” podcast to hear from learning and development talent and partners on their innovative approaches and industry insights. In each episode, TTA’s CEO, Maria Melfa, and Talent Manager, Jocelyn Allen will chat with subject matter experts and bring you casual, yet insightful conversations. Maria and Jocelyn use their unique blend of industry experience and humor to interview the L&D industry’s most influential people, latest topics, an ...
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Learning for Good | L&D Solutions and Leadership Development for Nonprofit Organizations

Heather Burright, Learning and Development Leader, Leadership Development Consultant, Instructional Designer.

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As nonprofit learning and development leaders, we want a seat at the table. We want to be viewed as true business partners who can help solve problems. We want to create meaningful learning solutions that fit in the flow of work and yield real results for the organization and for the staff. That's why in this podcast, we will not only explore instructional design and leadership development best practices, but we will also explore change management, belonging, and influence - helping you buil ...
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Learning and Development

Michelle Whelan

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This is not your average podcast, as it is designed as an ongoing audiobook series. Sarah Millar has devoted several years to Learning and Development, gradually recognising that people often lack enthusiasm for training. She's made earnest efforts to infuse fun into the learning process. Still, she soon realises it's not as captivating as hoped. Together with her colleague Doug, they ventured into establishing a learning and development company, nurturing the hope that this would liberate t ...
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Learning and Development Talk Show

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The Ultimate Indian Leadership Academy (ILA) Experience: Experience mindful learning lead by India's best Leaders, Trainers and Coaches. Join us for Personal Mastery programs, Leadership workshops, Training and coaching certification, Mindfulness@work programs, seminars, corporate talks, and amazing networking opportunities to grow.
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Funny Ideas - learning and development with humour

Funny Ideas - learning and development with humour

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Where work and comedy collide. Join learning and development consultant and improviser Julie Flower and a special guest as they explore the bigger concepts in modern working life in a refreshing and humorous way. There is also live improvised comedy from duo Twinprov, inspired by the guest's suggestion. This podcast also plays as a lie radio show on Channel Radio 2. To hear more about Julie's work as a consultant, trainer and coach, head to The Specialist Generalist at www.specialistgenerali ...
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Here is what we discovered in our 14 years of Psychology research and THERAPY practice. True, Long-lasting happiness comes from family, community, and nature, and is VASTLY dependent on the initial 16 years of your life. Here we will guide you on how to balance, love, responsibility, relationships, and work. Views are ours, and sometimes our Kids, who we have been mentoring for the last 14 years! Insta - https://www.instagram.com/learnngrow.in/
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We are delighted to have the great Koreen Pagano join the podcast for the furthering conversation on skills. We get Koreen’s perspective and definition of skills. Matt alludes to the earlier LDA Podcast, The “What the Skills” Episode with Paul Kirschner, as well as the research work he did with John Sweller and Richard Clark published in their arti…
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A good coach or mentor can be powerful. That’s why on today’s episode, I’m sharing five ways you can use coaching and mentoring in your nonprofit’s talent development strategy. There are so many benefits to coaching and mentoring and these tools can be used in a variety of ways. While this isn’t an exhaustive list, it’s a good place to start. ▶️ Th…
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In this episode of the Bring Up the Talent podcast, hosts Maria Melfa and Jocelyn Allen from TTA sit down with Joe Jordan, a seasoned business advisor and change management expert. Joe shares his wealth of knowledge on leading successful organizational transformations, emphasizing the importance of top-down leadership, effective communication, and …
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Join Markus Bernhardt and Bjorn Billhardt as they explore how AI is reshaping leadership development. In this episode, discover the role of AI-driven simulations in creating dynamic learning experiences and why social interaction remains crucial. Explore the innovative 12-week MBA program designed for today’s leaders and learn how AI can elevate L&…
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Are you listening to your learners? In this episode, our guest is strategic listener Emily Taylor. With a background in human-centered design, Emily is an expert listener. I've worked with Emily before and she's helped me and my clients be better listeners so we can identify skill gaps and create tailored training and resources to support behavior …
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I couldn't do what I do as a training and leadership development consultant to nonprofits without my support system, and you need a support system too. You are doing the work day in and day out to lead your L&D team (if you’re a supervisor), engage with your internal partners, and deliver quality learning experiences. There is a lot that goes into …
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In this episode, I’ve invited Karen Knight, volunteer extraordinaire, to give us some specific ways we can supercharge our nonprofit’s volunteer training. The demand for nonprofit services has increased, but the number of volunteers has decreased before and since COVID. It’s important that volunteers are trained well so that they have a good volunt…
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In this episode of 'Bring Out the Talent,' we are joined by Phil Cicio, a seasoned TTA consultant and Leadership Development expert. Join us as we discuss our off-the-shelf comprehensive leadership development programs – ‘Strategies for Sustaining Growth and Adaptability.’ These leadership development programs are specifically designed to empower n…
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As I think about all the challenges nonprofits face, all the burnout nonprofit leaders experience, and all the amazing things they want to accomplish, I am consistently reminded of how important strong trusting relationships really are. That's why on this episode, I want to explore how good instructional design can break down silos and build those …
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We have the wonderful Nigel Paine back in the house for an exciting and banter-filled episode about leadership. It's a continuation of the previous Nigel show, The "Follow the Leader" Episode. Nigel and Matt continue the conversation about the nuance of leadership-- what the heck is it practically as organizations struggle to get their arms around …
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Today’s guest is Matt Gjertsen, former Air Force instructor pilot and founder of Better Everyday Studios. He is giving us an outside perspective on behavior change and bringing some great insights to the nonprofit sector. Why are we surprised when we want our learners to change something and they don't? Behavior change is a funny thing and even a s…
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In today's ever-changing business landscape, aligning learning and development with organizational goals is not just strategic, it’s essential. In fact, according to an ATD report, organizations that have strong alignment between L&D and business goals achieve 13% higher mean revenue per employee. In this episode of 'Bring Out the Talent,' we welco…
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Why does change fail? There are a lot of reasons, but most of them come down to people. And if we're talking about people, L&D needs to be involved. That’s why on this episode of the podcast, I wanted to share the fastest way to organizational change and explore L&Ds role in change. ▶️ Going through Organizational Change? One Way Nonprofit Training…
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Join Markus Bernhardt in this enlightening conversation with Sandie de la Cruz, a seasoned automation specialist and Digital Solutions Manager at Edwards Life Sciences. Dive into the world of AI and process optimization as Sandie shares her expert insights on enhancing operational efficiency and strategic implementation in learning and development,…
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In this episode of Learning for Good, my guest, Quilen Blackwell is taking us inside his nonprofit, Southside Blooms. They grew from zero to 60 employees in just four short years. That means they onboarded a lot of staff and learned a lot along the way. He’s sharing his experience with us, what worked and what didn’t, so you can take a look at your…
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People love communities. But not all communities are created equal. I have a learning community and it can be hard. It's not hard to create; that was pretty easy. But it's hard to get people to engage. That's where the work is. To get better at this, I've been reading books and listening to podcasts about community and I've been reflecting on commu…
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We welcome back Emma Weber for part II of our conversation about coaching. This episode focuses on the qualifications and requirements for what makes an effective coach. We start with how to go about finding a coach. Emma offered to provide any listeners with her Assessing Coaching Capability Grid. You can get it here: https://mailchi.mp/leverlearn…
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Unlocking the secret to success often begins with a single step: building confidence. It's a critical component not just for individual growth, but as the cornerstone of effective leadership. In this episode of 'Bring Out the Talent,' we are joined by Velera Wilson, founder and CEO of Positive Identity, a company that helps people gain the skills t…
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In nonprofits, we have limited budgets. This means we need to be able to prioritize the training and professional development opportunities to be created. How do we do this? With people data. But what data should we be asking for and how can we use it once we get it? That’s what we’re discussing in today’s episode of the Learning for Good podcast w…
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With burnout at an all-time high and becoming a global trend, you need more than the occasional wellness perk to tackle it. If well-being in your organization is a top priority for you, but you aren't sure how to move from yoga and happy hours to something more meaningful, then this episode is for you. I’m discussing how to create a holistic plan f…
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In this episode, Markus and Jos Arets from Tulser and Partners in AI, dive into all things learning and augmented performance, and the role Large Language Models are starting to play in supporting workers as a super-colleague. Jos' also dives into the work of nurses and doctors, a fascinating use case, and an area that is particularly close to Jos'…
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In an era where knowledge becomes obsolete almost overnight, the continuous investment in learning and development has proven essential for organizational agility and growth. In fact, a LinkedIn Workplace Learning Report revealed that 51% of companies globally are increasing their spend on learning and development, reflecting a widespread recogniti…
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When I create a competency model, there are so many things I look at. The one thing I don’t look at? Indicators of poor performance. I’m sure we all already know what poor performance looks like. To me, the lowest behavior you want is one that meets expectations. And everything should just go up from there. That’s why today we’re discussing why I d…
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Have you ever created a training, only to realize it didn’t have the impact you had hoped? In this episode of the Learning for Good podcast, we explore why training alone often fails to drive lasting behavior change. My guest Julie Dirksen, author of "Talk to the Elephant: Design Learning for Behavior Change," discusses the limitations of training …
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In this episode, we asked our good friend, David Ganulin to join us to talk about marketing and how the domain of marketing can inform learning and development. Of course, that didn't stop us from deviating off topic! Of course, we still do The Best and the Worst. We have a brief conversation about the following concepts: Hard Fun, coined by Dr. Se…
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According to recent studies, a staggering 70% of employees report struggling with work-life balance. This statistic highlights the pressing need for leaders to address this issue and create supportive environments for their teams. In this episode “Bring Out the Talent,” we discuss effective strategies to help leaders navigate the delicate balance b…
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We all know the powerful role that mindset plays not only in our personal lives but also in our work. In this episode of the Learning for Good podcast, I explore five essential mindset shifts nonprofit L&D professionals should adopt to uplevel their leadership development strategy. By redefining how you approach your roles and the potential of your…
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In this thought-provoking episode, Markus interviews Mike Vaughan, a seasoned expert in AI applications, as well as neuroscience. Discover how AI is revolutionizing simulations, making them more accessible and cost-effective. Learn about the shift towards experience-centric learning and the potential of AI-powered personalized and adaptive learning…
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Effective teams are essential to your nonprofit. I’ve been a part of teams that worked so well together, everything ran smoothly, and there were no major issues. But I’ve also been a part of teams that were the opposite. So how do we create effective teams? That’s what we’re exploring on today’s episode with Beth Napleton, an executive leadership c…
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A recent study by Udemy revealed an interesting fact: 80% of employees feel more engaged at work when they're learning new skills. Yet, despite this clear desire to learn, keeping learners truly engaged remains a significant challenge for L&D professionals. It's not just about providing learning opportunities - it's about making those opportunities…
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What makes nonprofit training unique to corporate training or government training? While there are a number of things that are different, one thing that I thought would be fun to focus on is the three unique audiences that nonprofits create training for. These unique audiences come with their own challenges and I’m giving you some tips to overcome …
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Why do we let our kids watch cartoons like Cocomelon or Bluey? Because they are teaching our kids valuable lessons through animation. We can do the exact same thing in our nonprofit training. We can use animation to impart valuable lessons to our learners. That’s why I’ve invited Calvin Dantley to join me and share his experience with animation and…
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The squabbles, pettiness, and arguing have started at Chalkboard Learning, and for some reason Sarah is the one that seem to defuse the argues that come to her. He approach to this, is not making any situation any better and rather hide in the bathroom than to deal with it. Doug decided it time to hire on some from HR to help sort of the conflicts …
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Clark and Matt are joined by the wonderful Emma Weber. For those unfamiliar with Emma, she is the founder of Lever – Transfer of Learning, and developer of the Turning Learning into Action™ methodology. In this first episode of a two-part series, we explore coaching. What is it? How does it work? How should it work. And, of course, we go all over t…
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Imagine a workspace filled with the colorful, familiar shapes of Lego bricks. Now, imagine these aren't just for play, but powerful tools for learning, communication, and problem-solving. This is the world of Lego Serious Play, a methodology that harnesses the power of play to unlock creativity, foster collaboration, and solve complex problems in c…
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Have you heard of the forgetting curve? We naturally forget 90% of what we learn. That's troubling to hear for those of us in L&D. All we think about is helping people learn and creating behavior change from that learning. How can we do that If learners are forgetting the majority of what we teach them? That’s what we’re exploring in this episode. …
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In this episode, I've invited self-proclaimed frustrated changemaker Heather Hiscox to talk about how she uses data to overcome the status quo and boost workforce development. Heather, the founder and CEO of Pause for Change, is on a mission to change the way we change the world. I'm so excited to talk with her more about data and what L&D can star…
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In this episode of the LDA Podcast, we are joined by Jordan Wilson, host of the top 10 podcast "Your Everyday AI". Together with Jordan, we review the developments of Generative AI, why he started the podcast, how it is changing the way we learn and the way we work, why not to trust AI detection systems, and much, much more. Show notes: Your Everyd…
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A workplace culture rooted in dignity is not merely "a nice to have" but a critical component for attracting and retaining talent, enhancing engagement, and boosting overall performance. The significance of dignity within the corporate landscape is undeniable, with 93% recognizing its critical importance for organizational success. Although dignity…
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Are your leaders the best they can be? Or are there areas where they are lagging behind a little bit? My guess is they're somewhere in the middle. You probably have leaders who excel and leaders who struggle. And even those who excel probably have room for improvement. So today we’re talking about why your team’s leadership skills might be lagging …
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Matt and Clark are so happy to have our dear friend and colleague, Elham Arabi join for the episode. In this show, we explore the nuance, and sometimes vague aspects, of culturally responsive learning and how that intricately ties to research and practice. In other words, what are the business cultural facets that affect learning initiatives. What …
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If you've ever welcomed a baby into your home, you know how stressful it can be. You don't want to have the stress of what's being left undone at work on top of that. How do we help our nonprofit leaders navigate time out of the office? That’s what I’m discussing with mission-driven fundraiser, Lacey Kempinski on today’s episode. Lacey is focused o…
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Most of us are familiar with the term IQ (intelligent quotient) and EQ (Emotional Quotient) – but how familiar are you with your MQ or Motivational Quotient? MQ is the driving force behind our ambitions and growth, influenced by factors like goals, confidence, personality, and attitude. But while many leaders pay special attention to IQ and EQ, one…
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With a fresh client on the horizon, or as Sarah phrases it, the next client in queue, ToDoBuddy prepares for upcoming builds. It appears that the team is occupied with other projects, and with the imminent launch of the last client, they opt to assign the project to the interns. Ryan and Maggie, the recent high school graduates and new interns, see…
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Good training has a real impact on those who receive it. It can shift mindsets. It can build skills. It can change the way your organization works. And that's what I want to share with you today. Nonprofit leader, Lauren Wiley, shares how one training at her nonprofit impacted the midwives and doulas they train and ultimately the pregnant and postp…
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All too often, L&D feels like a last resort in the workplace. We, as L&D, need to be brought in earlier in the process of decision-making. We have experience and expertise to share and we have value to add, and we can help shape that final decision. In this episode, I’m sharing some tips to help build relationships so that L&D can become the first …
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Join us in this insightful episode of the LDA Podcast as we delve into the fascinating world of AI with Jennifer Solberg, CEO of Quantum Improvement Consulting. Discover the cutting-edge intersection of technology and human performance, explore the real-world applications of AI in learning and government sectors, and unravel the hype vs. reality of…
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AR and VR are no longer a trending novelty utilized by the top 1%. These immersive technologies are rapidly being embraced by organizations worldwide. In fact, a recent survey found that 82% of company executives anticipate incorporating immersive technologies into their business models within the next three years. In this episode of ‘Bring Out the…
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Work is a major contributor to well-being. Your leaders influence the well-being of everyone on their teams. So those leaders become an important part of the conversation. That's why I'm so excited to have well-being strategist Loretta Turner as my guest today. We’re exploring how you can take a well-being approach to leadership development. ▶️ A W…
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I talk a lot about training as an avenue to create trusting relationships and psychological safety in your nonprofit. But what do you do when the training facilitates a large cohort of learners and it becomes harder to build those relationships? Today I am talking about what you can do to make those large cohorts of learners feel a bit more intimat…
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