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Professional Practice in Learning and Development

How to Design and Deliver Plans for the Workplace

Develop professional practice in learning and development with this definitive guide for the modern organization.
    Paperback£34.99
    Ebook£29.16
    Print + ebook bundle£43.80
EAN: 9780749477424
Edition: 1
Published:
Paperback
Format: 234x156
424 pages
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About the book

Professional Practice in Learning and Development guides learning and development professionals and students in designing and delivering effective people development in the modern organization. It is a core text for those studying for learning and development qualifications such as the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development Intermediate level, and a useful handbook for those in learning and development roles looking to develop their understanding of the latest developments facing the profession. With a particular focus on digital, blended and social learning it will help you deliver more for less. Starting with an introduction to learning and development, it shows how to make the business case for activities, use metrics to demonstrate the value add, and engage the right stakeholders.

Drawing on the latest research, Professional Practice in Learning and Development highlights the new opportunities made available to the learning and development practitioner by technology, new media and the networked world in which we live. It looks at approaches to helping people learn and how to develop tailored solutions. Case studies and reflective questions develop skills in facilitating collaborative learning, working in teams, and communicating effectively with all stakeholders. This book also equips you to measure and communicate the value of the programmes and, drawing on insights from neuroscience, demonstrates some practical new tools for engaging learners to improve the effectiveness of their work. Online supporting resources include multiple-choice questions and answers for each chapter.

About the authors

Mark Loon

Dr. Mark Loon is a faculty member at Bath Business School, Bath Spa University. He holds a PhD and a DBA as well as an MBA. His expertise is in organisational behaviour and his primary research area is in the use of technology in learning and teaching in higher education, learning in the workplace, higher-order thinking dispositions, and leadership development. His secondary research area is within the organisational context that includes organisational learning and change, dynamic capabilities, and business model innovation.

More about Mark Loon

The contributions that Mark Loon has collected together in this volume do much to ensure that the student of business develops their own critical voice. They exhort the student to be guided by but not blinded by theory; to take responsibility for their own learning, and to recognize their role in helping and supporting their organization and its workforce in adapting to change.

Dr Geoffrey Elliott, Professor of Post-Compulsory Education, University of Worcester