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The iAM Learning Content Podcast

To help break down the meaning of 'Hybrid Working' the team at iAM have joined together to bring you a new podcast series to discuss everything there is to know about this new way of working and learning. 

This special video podcast series features Tom Moore, COO of iAM Learning; Phill Lord-David, Head of L&D and User Experience; Gemma Glover, L&D Manager; and Tom McDowall, Senior Instructional Designer. It will walk you through the pros and cons of hybrid working and give you their best tips and ideas on how to adapt these into your working setting, either as an employee or employer. All five episodes are available to watch below or if you'd rather listen on the go, head over to your usual podcast platform

Gemma Glover
Episode 1: What is Hybrid Working?

To kick off the series we introduce you to our experts and discuss the definition of hybrid working. We cover what it means for your business and how you can adapt your learning strategies accordingly, plus much more!

Phil Lord-David
Episode 2: Long and Short Term Actions

In our next episode, we explore the short and long-term actions you might want to consider for a hybrid world. We'll look at personal and business impacts and translate what this actually might look like; from skills, technology or wellbeing.

Tom McDowall
Episode 3: How Technology Can Impact the Workplace

Tech has always been a talking point, but recently we've been forced to look long and hard at how and what we use - and unfortunately, there's no single correct answer. We chat which technology is needed and what you need to consider when creating a plan of attack.

Tom Moore
Episode 4: Leadership in a Hybrid Working World

We’ve all had to adapt in many ways to fit with a hybrid approach to working, but to really make it sustainable for the long term, you need to have effective leadership. We discuss how the role of leadership has changed over the past year and what skills you’ll need to be a successful leader.

Gemma Glover
Episode 5: Adapting Learning Approaches

In our final episode, we discuss how to approach learning and development in a hybrid working world. During the session we explain why you should take your learning strategy back to the drawing board and how you can adapt your learning solutions to suit your learners. It’s no longer a case of just debating digital vs face to face learning.

Gemma Glover
Episode 1: What is Hybrid Working?

To kick off the series we introduce you to our experts and discuss the definition of hybrid working. We cover what it means for your business and how you can adapt your learning strategies accordingly, plus much more!

Phil Lord-David
Episode 2: Long and Short Term Actions

In our next episode, we explore the short and long-term actions you might want to consider for a hybrid world. We'll look at personal and business impacts and translate what this actually might look like; from skills, technology or wellbeing.

Tom McDowall
Episode 3: How Technology Can Impact the Workplace

Tech has always been a talking point, but recently we've been forced to look long and hard at how and what we use - and unfortunately, there's no single correct answer. We chat which technology is needed and what you need to consider when creating a plan of attack.

Tom Moore
Episode 4: Leadership in a Hybrid Working World

We’ve all had to adapt in many ways to fit with a hybrid approach to working, but to really make it sustainable for the long term, you need to have effective leadership. We discuss how the role of leadership has changed over the past year and what skills you’ll need to be a successful leader.

Gemma Glover
Episode 5: Adapting Learning Approaches

In our final episode, we discuss how to approach learning and development in a hybrid working world. During the session we explain why you should take your learning strategy back to the drawing board and how you can adapt your learning solutions to suit your learners. It’s no longer a case of just debating digital vs face to face learning.

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