Member Since: 2nd Oct 2013
Stephanie Morgan FLPI was the former Managing Director of Bray Leino Learning.
Stephanie has extensive experience in Learning and Development and is passionate about helping people thrive in an ever-changing world.
One particular passion is helping people progress their careers to board level. Stephanie believes that learning is at the core of becoming a great leader.
As of November 2019, Bray Leino Learning joined forces with Fenturi, a creative digital learning agency, to bring brilliant, bespoke and hyper-relevant digital content solutions to the ever-evolving learning market.
Former Director of Learning Solutions Bray Leino Learning
16th Jan 2019
Thanks Blake, I love your number 6, that is so true, sometimes it feels like you can never win, but one step at a time and you will move forward. Identifying the skills you need to develop to influence some of the barriers would be a great place to start.
I wonder if anyone has any more to add, see if we can get it to 10!
21st Aug 2017
Thanks Fedric, good to hear.
4th Mar 2016
Thanks for this Susie, I think L&D/Hr Professionals can feel overwhelmed and not know where to start, this is partly because of their need to "get it right first time" but if they let go of that and accept it is moving and changing all the time, they might be able to take some positive steps right now. Engaging managers more would be a key one, and I love Shonette's suggestion about inviting them along to these types of events.
1st Dec 2015
Thanks for this, I love the analogy of training being push and learning being pull, brilliant.
13th Nov 2015
Hi both, very interesting, and I agree, of course learning does not stop at the end of the formal bit of learning. I was more interested in the unlearning point. We all get into bad habits and it is very hard to break them, even when we know about them, let alone when we don't.
It takes a lot of conscious effort to unlearn anything, I can also see how it could be a barrier to applying new learning which is not something I had really considered before, well not in this context. Thanks for sharing