The World of Learning event is an absolutely must attend event for L&D and HR professionals. This event showcases and provides information on eLearning, mobile learning and classroom learning.
The 2014 event consisted of plenty of free seminars and some notable seminars I attended where as follows:
Mindfulness – a New Way to Approach Work
This seminar was presented by bestselling author and international consultant specialising in behaviour skills. This seminar focused a lot on change and dealing with change in an organisation and this is a key aspect of Liggy’s expertise as she is a specialist in many areas, which also includes expert knowledge in helping individuals and organisations effectively with the challenges that exist in the modern world of work, where constant change is part and parcel of every working day.
Liggy’s seminar included information on the following:
- What is mindfulness and how is it being used in business
- How can mindfulness improve performance and well-being
- Integrating mindfulness into work
How to Capture and Harness the True Value of Informal Learning
Presented by Charles Gould CEO Brightwave
The following key points were highlighted in this seminar:
- Early adoption examples of dynamic social learning in real-world scenarios.
- How to use social media to create personalised learning experiences.
- The role of digital learning in large scale transformation.
- How Tin Can API changes the landscape of e-learning.
Make an Impact!
An exciting and enthusiastic seminar was delivered by Graham Director of Blue Beetle Training
Graham managed to easily get the audience involved in the seminar by getting each member of the audience to take photos of themselves using their mobile phones (depicting themselves as either happy or sad) which they then could use to send at the end of the seminar as a simple way of providing feedback on their view of the seminar.
Graham provided information on the following in his engaging seminar:
- Practical tips on how to enthuse and inspire when public speaking
- What makes an interesting speaker
- Common mistakes to avoid
- Tricks of the trade