Time to take five to catch up on some highlights of this week's L&D news and opion, which we've spent the past week gathering together from our favourite sources.
Let us know what you think of the articles we've shared, and tell us what you've enjoyed reading this week too!
- Strong leadership: does it really make a difference? (Chartered Management Institute)
- The link between HR and executive search (EtonBridge)
- What has a Stammer taught me and why I now love public speaking (Paul Morgan, LinkedIn)
- Why you need multiple subject matter experts (eLearning Industry)
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- Evidence matters: thoughts on the recent CIPD report (Test Learn Adapt)
- Performance management might change, but it's not going away (HR Bartender)
- Why do we still hate hiring older workers? (Tim Sackett)
- How you learn in the real world (Activate Learning Solutions)
- What's next in L&D: experts reveal predictions for 2017 (LinkedIn Learning Blog)
- Next gen learning (Fosway Group)
- Learning in layers (Association for Talent Development)
- The imperative of experiential and hands-on learning (Jackie Gerstein, Medium)
- Trello founder's startup formula and the power of Kanban (BusinessZone)
- How the pioneers of MOOC got it wrong (IEEE Spectrum)
- Top tips for the Learning Technologies 2017 conference (Good Practice)
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