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CONTENTS CONTENTS 6 on the cover


SPOTLIGHT ON CHARLES JENNINGS


The champion of the 70:20:10 model reveals what matters most to him in life and learning


feature 23 30 feature CHANGE HERE FOR BREXIT


Leaving the EU is, perhaps, the ultimate ‘change


process’. Carole Gaskell highlights the steps and skills needed to keep your organisation on track


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4 FROM THE EDITOR OPINION


5 DONALD H TAYLOR This month, Don expresses concern about L&D’s divided view on the importance of the ‘why’ and the ‘how’ of their roles


11 COOK LOOKS Jo Cook reflects upon what it means to be creative


FEATURES


12 INNOVATION LEADERSHIP It's time to break out of your innovation ghetto. Bert De Coutere and David Magellan Horth lead the way


16 ON THE CAMPAIGN LEARNING TRAIL Want to engage your learners? Start thinking like a marketer, says Issy Nancarrow


20 THE RESTORATIVE ROUTE Take the principles of restorative justice, add them to HR and you have RHR – a new ‘nip it in the bud’ approach to solving workplace problems


26 PERFORMANCE IN PRACTICE Find presentations difficult? Steve Hemsley offers advice from the world of acting


TRANSFORMATION TRENDS


Steve Macaulay, Sarah Cook and Richard Smith reflect


on best practice in change management


35 NEXT GENERATION How can L&D professionals develop our next cohort of leaders? Karen Meager and John McLachlan look to the future


OPINION


38 PRACTITIONER'S VIEWPOINT Paul Morgan on the characteristics needed by learning professionals to survive and thrive in the next five years


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