The TJ Podcast: February 2021
Jon, Jo and Kate talk Learning Technologies, remote working inequality and cover a few great pieces of content, plus we hear from Stefaan van Hooydonk about why curiosity is so important.
The TJ content we discuss:
- How to write a book you'll be proud of
- The problem with remote working, and five ways to make it work
- #TJtalks: Stefaan van Hooydonk on the importance of curiosity for individuals and organisations
Dr. Alex Young sees a bright future for immersive training.
Jon, Jo and Kate discuss all things L&D, podcast, new job, and digital skills-related.
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