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- Jane Hart (36)
Jane Hart helps organisations and learning professionals modernise their approaches to workplace learning – through public workshops and bespoke consultancy. She is the Editor of the Modern Workplace Learning Magazine, and is the author of a number of books including Learning in the Modern Workplace 2017 as well as the resource: How to become a Modern Professional Learner. You can contact Jane at Jane.Hart@C4LPT.co.uk.
- Helen Blunden (2)
Helen Blunden has over 24 years experience in learning and development across private, public and not-for-profit organisations. With a specialty in workforce social learning and collaboration, Helen believes that workplace learning is integral to business success. She has a passion for enabling people to learn beyond the classroom through networks and communities that drive collaboration, co-operation and meaning within their organisation. She uses social and informal learning through effective use of enterprise social networking and collaboration tools and platforms and is an advocate of “working out loud” on her blog.
- Ed Willis (2)
Ed is the Digital Training and Comms Manager at Cancer Research UK. Blog: CR UK Digital Team
- eCom Scotland (1)
eCom Scotland is focused on the delivery, tracking and reporting of workforce learning and development, through innovative technologies. Their products and services address a range of workforce management, development and training challenges, including eLearning, online assessment, blended learning, competency management and accreditation.
- Mark Britz (1)
Mark Britz is a Performance Strategist. Mark focuses on helping people and organizations do better by first being better connected, building on their strengths and identifying opportunities to improve the workflow.
- Maureen Gwam (1)
Maureen Gwam works as a principal consultant at Social Learning Associates helping organisations implement social learning strategically. Maureen is passionate about working with organisations to co-create learning and learning strategy from an understanding of how the organisational context and the actual, imagined, or implied presence of “others” within the organisation impacts on learning, culture and behavior change. Maureen has worked in communication and as a Learning and Development Consultant across a variety of sectors and last served as a subject matter expert in Social and Collaborative Learning within GlaxoSmithKline. Maureen holds an MSc in Social Psychology.
- Charles Jennings (1)
Charles Jennings is Co-founder, 70:20:10 Institute, and Director, Internet Time Alliance & Duntroon Consultants
- Christian Foerg (1)
Christian Foerg is General Manager EMEA at Saba Software. Saba’s people-centric talent management solutions are used by organisations worldwide to hire, develop, engage, and inspire their people. With machine learning at its core, Saba Cloud offers proactive, personalised recommendations on candidates, connections and content to help people and businesses succeed.
- Phil White (1)
Phil White is Managing Director at Novell Coffee – bringing Nespresso compatible capsules to coffee lovers across the UK and beyond.
- Stephen Walsh (1)
Stephen has spent over 20 years in Learning Technology. He is the co-Founder of Anders Pink, a new free tool for continuous, curated learning.
- Clark Quinn (1)
Clark Quinn, Ph.D., guides organizations in developing processes and architectures to reliably deliver effective and engaging learning experiences and meet performance needs. He is the author of a number of books including Engaging Learning: Designing e-Learning Simulation Games, Designing mLearning: Tapping Into the Mobile Revolution for Organizational Performance, and most recently Revolutionize Learning & Development: Performance and Innovation Strategy for the Information Age. Clark works for clients through Quinnovation and is a Founding Principal in the Internet Time Alliance.
- Harold Jarche (1)
Harold Jarche helps people and organizations master the emerging network era with a focus on social learning and connected leadership. He has been described as “a keen subversive of the last century’s management and education models”. Harold provides pragmatic guidance on working in perpetual beta, by leveraging social networks, communities of practice, and personal knowledge mastery.
- Nina Mehta-Vania (1)