It’s said that affording a little breathing space to reflect on workplace learning can vastly improve its effectiveness and the likelihood of achieving behavioural change. But what’s the evidence for this?

Join Nigel Cassidy and this month’s guests: Julie Drybrough, Founder and Chief Executive at Fuchsia Blue; Learning and Development Consultant, Fiona McBride; and Sue Murkin, Learning Delivery and Associate Lead at CIPD – as we explore why offering time to reflect can lead to more effective, transferable learning experiences and improve work performance.  

Duration: 00:30:15

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