By Sashe Kanapathi
It’s important to realise that your organisation is unique and that your learners are unique, and your needs are unique. Once we get to that level of custom interventions, learning can be a very powerful strategic weapon.
By LAVEENIA THEERTHA PATHY
In one of the training sessions I attended early this year, I felt like the only thing I walked away with was one conclusion – all that I seek to learn and grow in, are available online. This got me thinking – are there more avenues to learning and development?
By SASHE KANAPATHI
Practice forms habits, but habits that have brought us success in one environment don't necessarily work in another environment. This is where learning needs to bridge the gap, and focus on the transition between environments.
By LYDIA GOMEZ and ARUN KUMAR RAMASAMY
The ability to grasp different languages becomes key to promoting social cohesion, deeper and broader understanding of cultures and, eventually, better decision making.
By JEGATHEESWARAN MANOHARAN
What started with just a game of point accumulation for providing correct answers, evolved into role plays, card games, board games and online games. Here, the concept of game-based learning took shape.
By SANDY CLARKE
To my good fortune, by the time I left university, I had found a thirst for learning and was able to build up a necessary resilience to sticking with topics that didn’t quite capture my imagination.
By ROSHAN THIRAN
The prolific Italian master was much more than a painter. A quality that permeated the soul of da Vinci was an incessant curiosity that compelled him to learn as much as possible about as many subjects as possible.