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IN THIS ISSUE CONTENTS 10 on the cover SPOTLIGHT ON BRID NUNN


Inspiring people and challenging


projects have shaped Brid Nunn’s L&D experience. Now she shares some of her most exciting work with TJ


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YOU DON’T HAVE TO SAY YOU LOVE ME


Dave Wakely looks at the importance of sensitive leadership


www.trainingjournal.com GET UP TO SPEED Krystyna Gadd


reveals the five secrets of accelerated learning


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SEPTEMBER 2016 LEADER


4 FROM THE EDITOR OPINION


5 DONALD H TAYLOR As the apprenticeship levy comes into force next year, Don asks whether it might fall victim to the law of unintended consequences


TJ AWARDS


6 THE SHORTLIST IS ANNOUNCED Debbie Carter reveals those applicants now through the first stage of judging


OPINION


8 PRACTITIONER'S VIEWPOINT Sukh Pabial gives his views on how L&D can change to meet the demands of today’s workplace


9 COOK LOOKS Jo Cook reflects on modern communication


FEATURES


16 VIDEO KILLED THE LEARNING STAR! Con Sotidis looks at the part live video can play in learning


24 HANDS UP FOR WOMEN Jo Wimble-Groves on encouraging female talent in the workplace


28 ONE LEADER: THREE WAYS Gary Wyles looks at the 3 Dimensions of Employee Engagement and their challenges on communication


36 REIMAGINING L&D It’s time to embed learning in our day-to-day work, says Charles Jennings


REGULARS


42 LAST STAND Tom Salinsky talks about physical choices and the signals they give to others


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