Learning express has selected videos on learning, leadership, change and career development
Hi welcome to learning express where we carefully select themed videos, that include the topics we cover here at leopard-learning.
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Leadership and Vision
In this video we have Professor Daniel Willingham (psychologist, neuroscientist, from the University of Virginia)describes research showing that learning styles are a myth. He is specifically talking about Flemmings Vark Model.
Leadership and Influence
This video is related to both learning and leadership and takes a neuroscientific approach to leadership and change. David Rock author of Your Brain At Work talks us through the SCARF model. This model is based on recent research of how much more strongly motivated we are by potential threats to our social status, certainty , autonomy, relatedness and fairness. This has obvious implications for leadership behaviour and influence and the creation of learning friendly environments.Hope you find it interesting.
If you found this interesting you might want to check out this related page on Brain based learning
Learning to Change
Had to include this video it is on a subject of great interest to me how the use of technology has the potential to transform our learning experiences in school, work and life.Technology can create the space for relationships, connectivity and collaboration.It is also potentially changes the requirements of "place" and creates potential access to huge resources. Our wired world may need the new skills of creativity, synthesis, team working and collaboration much more than the ability to provide the right answers on demand.Anyway check it out and get inspired.
Ok this is quite an interesting video on the characteristics and benefits of informal as opposed to formal learning. Jay Ross answers questions on informal learning. Is it real? Does it benefit small companies? How does it relate to the web? Don't be put off by the filming there is food for thought in here.Back to the learning organization
Change Management: A sense of urgency.
The might change guru John Kotter(from Harvard)on the importance of a sense of urgency in these changing times, for both organisations and managers. By a sense of urgency, Kotter means, it is about focus, determination and action not just "busyness".
Short video on our free leadership survey