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Emma
Founder of Lever - Transfer of Learning, specialists in and evaluation, helping companies get business results from training.
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Emma Sep 19
How we are turning learning into action at Naspers
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Emma Sep 17
Looks interesting thanks
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Emma Sep 17
Looking forward to listening to this one!
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Michelle Ockers Sep 17
Great case study in how L&D can help create culture change and impact performance - latest episode of where & discuss the award-winning Specsavers CREAT program
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ATD National Sep 17
"Whatever good things we build end up building us." ~ Jim Rohn
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Emma Sep 16
Looking forward to and sharing how we worked with to supercharge at Bayer with our AI chatbot Coach M. Use our code MARIE&EMMA10 to get 10% off registration Hope to see you there!
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Emma Sep 11
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Emma Sep 9
Replying to @AlwynKlein @trishuhl
love it - my business mentor says exactly the same whether it’s start ups, small business, large corporations or learning! It’s the best tools we have learning and change
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Emma Sep 9
Replying to @trishuhl
That’s too why I always say transfer can’t be a single check in... it has to be multiple review points
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Emma Sep 9
Replying to @trishuhl
Interestingly we have also reported and reviewed along the way - if people are off track on route we re align them or if they disappear all together we escalate but that all happens along the way... the process just is more labour intensive than with Coach M :)
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Emma Sep 9
Replying to @trishuhl
Ah ha the penny has dropped this end :) phew! We need another conference where we can chat in person lol thanks for patience and willingness to explain!
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Emma Sep 9
Replying to @trishuhl
Another question is one better than the other? Will you be covering this in the training journal series? Great article btw :)
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Emma Sep 9
Replying to @trishuhl
So if my end goal is a certain business impact (NYC) and the behaviour change which generates the impact is like recharging on way - and the learning transfer is creating the behavioural change - is that leading? Maybe I am slow on the uptake as it’s Sunday lol
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Emma Sep 9
Replying to @trishuhl
is learning transfer always a lagging indicator? Just trying to understand more about what a lagging indicator is - can you expand? Thanks. Good to keep learning.
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Emma Sep 3
Thanks to the team at for the brekkie today. Interesting to hear news of the World Economic Forum's suggested key 21st century skills. I have some thoughts on one of the suggestions: .
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Emma Aug 31
I think it has the added benefit is that through the transfer process we are helping people learn how to slow down and reflect. It’s seems as if people have forgotten how to be thoughtful due to being so busy! This approach helps that too at all levels
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Emma Aug 31
It’s an opportunity- after all it leaves the fun stuff for humans and the AI can do the repetitive parts :) What’s your definition of being a skilled coach? It sounds implied that working on action plans is a low level of coaching I disagree - I feel its transformational :)
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Emma Aug 30
Our recommendation is that learners can access human support too if required or requested but it all depends on what the client wants :) Across multiple initiatives though you would want a mix of both AI and human.
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Emma Aug 30
What a conversation! AI Coach M and a human is definitely an AND not a replace in my mind :)
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Emma Aug 30
Thanks for curating I have to say I almost confused myself following the thread on Twitter! Great that we can all explore ideas virtually though :)
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