Donald H Taylor

This blog is Donald H Taylor's thoughts in the fields of skills, productivity, learning and development. As chairman of both the Learning Technologies Conference and the Learning and Performance Institute, Donald takes a big-picture view of e-learning, with emphasis on the learning profession and the tools we use to support ourselves.

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L&D Global Sentiment 2016

Yesterday at 23:30 UK time I closed my annual ‘What will be hot in L&D this year?’ survey. For full results, join me for Three corporate […]

The e-learning awards 2015

Two week ago, I had the pleasure of opening the E-learning Awards, 2015, at the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge Hotel in London. The walk across […]

What will be hot in L&D in 2016?

Zoltar the Magnificent, fortune teller extraordinary, will – for the sum of one pound – reveal your fortune from inside his mechanical box on Brighton pier. […]

The state of L&D in two tweets

Over the past 24 hours I have had Twitter exchanges with some people who really made me think about where we are in learning and […]

An end-of-year wish for L&D

As we move towards the end of the year, many of us will want to take some time out. It seems like it’s been another […]

The L&D skills gap on #Ozlearn chat

I’m very much looking forward to joining Con Sotidis for an #Ozlearn tweet chat on Tuesday 10th February at 8 pm Melbourne time, 9 am […]

The limits of Twitter – trite, glib and lazy

We can expect lots of Twitter activity in the run up the UK election on May 7th. Here’s an early shot in the skirmishes: An […]

Do you want to make a difference in L&D, or do you want to be liked?

June is an important month for Learning and Development (L&D). It’s Debunk Learning Styles month. It’s important for the profession, and it’s important to each […]

Memory is more than Ebbinghaus

This blog is inspired by the #blimage blog series. “Dante Alighieri01”. Licensed under Public Domain via Wikimedia Commons In February my wife and I visited […]

3 L&D lessons from Australia’s cricketing collapse

Cricket, a long drawn-out slogging match. Unless you’re Australia in the first innings at Trent Bridge in the 2015 Ashes. For Australia, yesterday’s crushing first innings […]

“Webinar Master” on the way

My e-book “Webinar Master” is due to be published on November 16th by British e-book specialist Canelo. The book is based on my experience coaching […]

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