I work with professionals from a range of different industries, but the problems that come up when they're systemising, optimising or digitalising their expertise are always the same.
The articles I’ve written showcase the issues my clients have when developing curriculum and learning materials, and give you tips and ways of moving forward. You can browse through the articles, filter by category or tag, or do a keyword search to find a topic you want to learn more about. Please note this site is under re-construction and we will be adding more articles over time. Thank you for your patience.
How much content is too much content to include in your workshop, presentation or course? The answer is really quite simple. This article explains how to structure your learning content so you can create transformative learning experiences that gets results for your clients.
If you’re a small business or organisation trying to create training products, it can be confusing trying to figure out what learning products are going to work best – and also what is going to work best for the people in your organisation who have to create and deliver them.
This article will step you through how to systemise your knowledge so that you can pull various one-on-one, group, live, evergreen, online, or face to face learning products like books, opt-in surveys, webinars, podcasts, keynotes or courses – all out of the same set of IP.
‘Going through hell’ can take many forms, and watching or trying to support someone during this time is HARD. Being someone who went through my own version of hell a few years ago, in this article I explore the concepts of grief and loss, what that can look like, and how it can affect someone you are close to.
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