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The Future of Learning podcast explores what learning might look like in the future. From how to use learning and technology strategically through to demonstrating a return on investment. Challenges such as:- New and emerging technology like AR, VR or AI; where do you start?- How do we demonstrate impact from our innovations?- What are the best ways to engage learners?- How can we innovate more & how can I help my team to learn these principles?Get involved by asking questions at www.lloydde ...
 
Listen to wisdom from the true champions of SaaS. Stephen Cummins interviews founders of hyper-growth SaaS ScaleUps with category leading data for customer success & employee success. Interviews are conducted face to face in Dublin, Lisbon, Berlin, Hong Kong & New Orleans (no remote calls). We examine personal histories, learnings & opinions of the world’s most successful SaaS StartUp entrepreneurs. We cover most of these in each episode; short life history, the WHY, day in the life, persona ...
 
Welcome to The Future Of... podcast. At CSM live, we work across all manner of industries - from sport, to esport, to retail and creative tech. We connect brands to deliver unforgettable experiences, and by working closely with our clients to deliver these we have gained unique industry expertise. We are able to understand and examine these industries on all levels - from micro to macro. Using this insight we've created this cross-industry podcast: a light-hearted look at where these industr ...
 
American youths and young adults struggle to make the leap from high school to college and onto a career. Even the brightest students often get sidelined because so much more than academic learning is involved. In this show, national expert and author Hans Meeder (from the National Center for College and Career Transitions) digs deeper into Career Connected Learning – the strategy that helps every youth learn about themselves, explore viable career options, and gain the knowledge and skills ...
 
MetaLearn helps you take your learning to the next level and master anything by exploring the fundamentals of accelerated learning and skill acquisition. Whether you’re looking to build a business, learn a language or pick up a sport, you’ll learn the principles and techniques needed to succeed, as well as gaining insights from the experts and thought leaders driving the global learning revolution.
 
Learning to Fly. That is the theme of the majority of these podcasts. If you are a student pilot, have had the desire to fly, or remember you own learning experience way back when, or are just interested in the learning process for flying, this may be of interest to you. Will try to bring the earlier lessons to this side in the near future
 
If you want to change the world, listen to some of the guests on my show first.Conversations with people who make their living doing good for the World.www.ChampionsofChange.coWhat This Show is AboutIt's about People who found their Purpose and have taken a Stand for Making Profitable Good.Listen to conversations with people who are doing good for the World and still making profits.If you want to change the world, start listening to some of the guests from my show first.Our Mission:To Empowe ...
 
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This week’s guest is Alberto Arenaza, co-founder of Transcend Network. Transcend offers a fellowship for early-stage founders building in the future of learning and work (FLW). Alberto and I talk about being in the first graduating class of Minerva, what Transcend is doing, and the big problems in FLW. Follow Spencer Kier on Twitter: https://twitte…
 
In this episode, Hans interviews Dr. Rich Feller, expert practitioner and researcher on how children, youth and adults navigate career options and life transitions. Rich tells his story and his latest work in pushing through new frontiers in career development education. Learn more about Rich and his work at https://www.richfeller.com/. About Rich …
 
Dhrupad Karwa is the Founder and CEO of Inspo, an AI Inspiration Partner designed to enrich creative thinking at brands and agencies. He is also the co-founder and CEO of HaikuJAM, a social writing game that helps people write collaboratively online. In this episode we discuss: - The importance of inspiration and how AI can bring more of it to our …
 
In this episode, we learn about the Academies of Grand Island School District in Western Nebraska. I’m speaking with Jeff Gilbertson, Executive Principal of Grand Island Senior High and Daniel Phillips, Director of Career Education for the Grand Island Public Schools District. Grand Island is a thriving small city in western Nebraska. The city itse…
 
Billy Broas is an entrepreneur, marketing coach and consultant and instructor of the Keystone online course. In this episode we discuss: - Limiting beliefs holding you back from marketing yourself and your business - Billy’s Bridge of Transformation Method - What Billy learned from some of history’s greatest copywriters This episode will give you t…
 
Anton Howes is a historian in residence at the RSA and a visiting lecturer at King's College London. He is also the author of the book Arts and Minds: How The RSA Changed a Nation. In this episode we discuss: - The innovator's mindset and why it’s much rarer than you think- A vision for reviving the great exhibitions of the 19th century as a vehicl…
 
Kevin Kelly is the co-founder and editor at Wired magazine, and one of the world’s leading technologists. He’s the author of What Technology Wants and The Inevitable and has recently launched Vanishing Asia, a photo-book documenting 40 years of Kevin’s travels in Asia. In this episode we discuss: - Kevin’s lessons about photography, the world and h…
 
Neer Sharma is the founder of Patent Drop, a newsletter that gives you a peek into the future by summarising new patents from big tech companies.He previously co-founded HaikuJAM - a mobile game that helps people feel better through collaborative writing, helping grow the community to over 1 million users.In this episode we discuss: - How to naviga…
 
This week's guest is Damian Brychcy, CEO of Colossus. Colossus was born out of Patrick O'Shaughnessy's podcasts, and it's on a mission to create and curate the world's best information on business and investing. Damian and I discuss curiosity, mapping knowledge, the vision of Colossus, & more. Follow Spencer Kier on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SP1…
 
Armand D’Angour is a Professor of Classics at Oxford University, a musician and the author of several books, including his latest Socrates in Love. In this episode we discuss:- Armand's revisionist biography of Socrates including an account of the woman who helped him shape his ideas on love - The value of reviving ancient music and the methods for…
 
When feedback highlighted that learners were becoming overwhelmed, GSK changed their approach. Hear how Martin Peart, GSK’s People Effectiveness Director, responded to this feedback with a learning experience platform (LXP). Find out why he believes less is more when it comes to learning content. Explore how to harness the power of AI so you can st…
 
This week I have two guests from Synthesis: co-founder and CEO, Chrisman Frank, as well as Chief Evangelist, Ana Fabrega. Synthesis is a weekly enrichment program where students learn through "simulations". Synthesis was born out of Ad Astra, a school started by Elon Musk and Josh Dahn for students of SpaceX employees. We talk about the value of ga…
 
This week's guest is Raj Kunkolienkar, co-founder of Stoa School. Stoa is an alternative MBA program in India. Raj & I talk about the Indian education system and labor market, the power of the internet, & more. Follow Spencer Kier on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SP1NS1R
 
Annie Duke is a bestselling author, speaker, and decision-making consultant. Her latest book, How to Decide is already earning rave reviews and her previous one, Thinking in Bets, became a national bestseller. As a former professional poker player, Annie won more than $4 million in tournament poker before retiring from the game in 2012. If you're a…
 
This week's guest is Victoria Ransom, co-founder & CEO of Prisma. Prisma is a connected learning platform for 4th-8th graders. Victoria and I talk about the idea of connected learning, Prisma’s philosophy, uncommon yet common sense approaches to learning, & more. Follow Spencer Kier on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SP1NS1R…
 
Joel Christensen is a Professor of Classics at Brandeis University and author of the book The Many Minded Man. He also posts regularly on the popular Classics-oriented website Sententiae Antiquae. The Many Minded Man explores Homer's Odyssey through a modern psychological lens, focusing on how it reflects the workings of the human mind and provides…
 
Minter Dial is an international speaker and award-winning author, who focuses on the topics of leadership, branding and transformation. He has written three books including his latest You Lead: How Being Yourself Makes You a Better Leader. In this episode we discuss: - How Minter's experience observing 9/11 in New York changed his values - The 4 pa…
 
This week I talk with Ryan Delk, co-founder and CEO of Primer. Primer is building tools for homeschooling. We talk about the misconceptions & advantages of homeschooling, Ryan’s own homeschooling experience, interest & community-driven learning, and much, much more. Follow me on Twitter.
 
Christian Busch is a Professor at NYU and LSE and the author of the bestselling book, The Serendipity Mindset. He is also the co-founder of two thriving communities - Sandbox, a global community of young innovators, as well as of Leaders on Purpose, an organisation convening leading CEOs.In this episode we discuss: - The mindset needed to integrate…
 
The global pandemic has disrupted some of our well-established approaches to learning. How can you take this opportunity to change how people think about L&D? Hear how Travis Thompson, Learning and Development Operations Leader at Wells Fargo, has moved from transactional to meaningful learning. Find out why an agile approach to deployment and meas…
 
Michelle Weise is the author of Long-Life Learning: Preparing for Jobs that Don’t Even Exist Yet. She is an entrepreneur-in-residence and senior advisor at Imaginable Futures and her work over the last decade has concentrated on preparing working-age adults for the jobs of today and tomorrow. In this episode we discuss: - The current state of the l…
 
Tom Vanderbilt is a journalist and author of the book Beginners: The Curious Power of Lifelong Learning. In this conversation we discuss: - The pain and joy of being an amateur and why it's so important- Tom's criteria for learning new skills and picking teachers- The unexpected benefits of picking up new skills The limiting beliefs that stop us fr…
 
Ruben Harris is the co-founder and CEO of Career Karma. Career Karma bills itself as the easiest way to find a job training program online. In this conversation we discuss breaking into tech, career matchmaking, unlocking human capital, & more. Follow Spencer Kier on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SP1NS1R.…
 
Oli Barrett is a super connector named "the most connected man in Britain" by Wired magazine, who has received an MBE for services to business. In this episode we discuss: - The 5 strategies for staying in touch with people - The components of a good cold email or long-shot as Oli calls them - How to create space for meaningful conversations online…
 
Austen Allred is the co-founder and CEO of Lambda School. Lambda is one of the leading software engineering bootcamps. In this conversation we touch on bootcamps, universities, early childhood education, optimizing employment, & the power of Twitter. Follow Spencer Kier on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SP1NS1R.…
 
Anne Laure Le Cunff, founder of Ness Labs, an online school and community on mindful productivity. She's an ex-Googler, and holds a masters in Applied Neuroscience from King's College London, while her work has been featured in WIRED, Forbes, the FT and Rolling Stone. In this episode we discuss: - How Anne-Laure's personal values have changed over …
 
Thomas Moore is a best selling author, international speaker and esteemed psychotherapist. This is Part 2 of my conversation with Thomas and in it we discuss: - The movement of archetypal psychology and the art of creative collaboration - The thinkers who have advanced our understanding of the human psyche - How the pandemic has affected the soul a…
 
Michael Ioffe is the co-founder and CEO of Arist, a text message-based course platform. Michael also founded TILE.org which makes in-person conversations with leaders, innovators, and entrepreneurs accessible to everyone. Follow Spencer Kier on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SP1NS1R.
 
The pandemic has transformed the way we learn. Being able to quickly adapt through a well-thought-out pivot has never been more important. Hear how Mary Glowacka, Vice President of Leadership Development & Engagement at Bank of America, transformed a blended wellness program for managers into an online program for everyone. Explore how building a l…
 
Thomas Moore is a best selling author, international speaker and esteemed psychotherapist. He has written 25 books about the soul, finding meaningful work and doing religion in a fresh way. In this episode we discuss: - The idea of having a calling, when this is naive and when it isn't - How Thomas has written 25 books in his career without retirin…
 
John Danner is the general partner of Dunce Capital, which makes pre-seed investments in the "future of learning and work". John has a wide range of experience in technology and education. Having started in Silicon Valley in the late eighties, then pivoting to education in the early two thousands and building three companies along the way (NetGravi…
 
Evan Carmichael runs a successful YouTube channel which distills the mindsets and skillsets from the world's top performers in sports, business and entertainment. In this episode we discuss: - The relationship between belief and action that every creator has to navigate - The systems and processes needed to create a thriving YouTube channel - What …
 
Business needs aren’t static. If you’re going to keep pace, you need to embrace new ways of working. In this week's episode, hear how Dan Mitchell, Global Learning Leader at Marsh, has built an L&D team that can meet rapidly changing business needs. Find out why striving for perfection doesn’t lead to effective learning. Explore how to cut through …
 
Margaret Heffernan is a former CEO of 5 companies, acclaimed TED speaker and author of six books including her latest, Uncharted. In this episode we discuss: - How to pursue a career as a series of experiments - The problems with modern forecasting in an uncertain environment - The dangers of prioritising efficiency in an uncertain world and the hu…
 
In this episode, Hans Meeder talks with Rachael Mann, a noted author and speaker who focuses on STEM education and STEM-related careers. Rachael speaks and writes about disruptive technology, education, and careers. She is the author of the children’s book, "The Spaces You Will Go" and "The Competition Companion" and coauthor of "The Martians in Yo…
 
The Future of Career Technical Education in America: A Conversation with Scott Stump Since its inception in the early 1900s, Career and Technical Education (formerly known as industrial arts, or vocational education) has been at the intersection of public education and the workforce. As CTE has evolved over the past 100 years, it has expanded its s…
 
Overview Employers often tell us that today’s young adults entering the job market do not have the basic work ethic and employability skills to be successful in the workplace. The question we ask in this episode is: Can we find effective strategies to bring work ethic and employability skills into the school and college experience for all youth and…
 
Josh Kaufman is an entrepreneur, researcher, and author of three bestselling books – The Personal MBA, The First 20 Hours, and How to Fight a Hydra. This is Part 2 of my conversation with Josh, so if you haven't already, I recommend you go back and listen to Part 1 where we discussed: The concept of exploration/exploitation and how it helps you dec…
 
If you’re going to maximize your impact, learning and development needs to reach every employee. Hear how Leena Nair, Chief Human Resources Officer, and James Hu, Global HR Strategy Manager, are democratizing learning at Unilever. Find out why connecting every person with their purpose is the key to success. Explore how role modeling helps to make …
 
Asking the Better Question with Steve Fujii, Battelle for Kids For the most part, today’s public schools are organized around core curriculum subjects of English/language arts, mathematics, science, and history, with other electives - the arts, career and technical education, and athletics – also available to add value and depth to the school exper…
 
In this episode, Hans talks with Scott Burke, co-creator of two innovative and very effective contextual math programs, one for Geometry and one for Algebra. These two programs are exemplars of how career connections can deepen and enrich student learning. We’ll learn how the programs work and how they are working in schools across the United State…
 
Why do we need to re-define the goal of American education, moving away from a one-size-fits-all approach to a personalized approach with career pathways? In this episode, Hans Meeder interviews best-selling author, speaker, and college administrator, Dr. Kevin J. Fleming. Kevin and Hans discuss what it means to re-define the goal, what the evidenc…
 
Can children learn about careers in a way that is positive and motivating, but does not lock them in to an early career choice? Absolutely. In this episode, school leader Ed Hidalgo from Cajon Valley Union School District explains his district's groundbreaking program, World of Work, and how children from grades K-8 learn about the world of work, a…
 
After a short break the Learning at Large podcast is back with a brand new series - bringing you the top tips and tricks from learning leaders in some of the world's biggest organizations. Faced with a global pandemic, being ready to adapt your approach is key to remaining effective. In this week’s episode, hear how Casper Moerck, Siemens’ Head of …
 
In this week’s episode, Hans interviews Gary Hoachlander, President and Founder of ConnectED, The National Center for College and Career. Gary explained the structure of Linked Learning College and Career Pathways, and their positive impact on students. More About ConnectED You can get up-to-date information at the ConnectED website: https://connec…
 
Show Overview In this episode, host Hans Meeder interviews Grace Suh, vice president of Education for IBM Corporate Social Responsibility. Grace and Hans discuss the Pathways to Early College High School model (P-Tech) that was developed with the active involvement and support of IBM in 2011 and is currently being implemented in 11 states. P-Tech p…
 
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