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Charles Jennings will be talking about putting 70:20:10 into practice, at two seminars at Learning Technologies next week and will be leading a webinar in February on applying 70:20:10 principles.

In two seminars at Learning Technologies, Charles Jennings and Martin Baker will explain how to successfully support managers, by providing self-directed learning resources. They’ll explain how you can harness the potential power of informal and social learning, using the increasingly popular 70:20:10 approach.

As Charles explains: “Smart organisations realise that most learning happens as part of the daily workflow. They know that this means they need to extend their support of learning beyond courses. They need to adopt resource-based learning if they’re to enable their people to learn at speed and with the agility that the modern world demands.”

These free seminars take place at:

2.15pm-2.45pm, 28 January, Theatre 10, Learning & Skills

2pm-2.30pm, 29 January, Theatre One, Learning Technologies

For anyone that can’t make the Learning Technologies show at Olympia, London, Charles is also leading a knowledge sharing webinar, at 11am on Thursday 19th February.

About Charles Jennings – Director, the Internet Time Alliance

Charles is a leading thinker and practitioner in innovative learning and performance approaches. He is known globally for his work with the 70:20:10 model and has helped organisations of all sizes and types to explore the potential of 70:20:10 and to implement 70:20:10 strategies.

He specialises in consultancy focused on the change processes required to extend learning into the workflow and to improve individual and organisational performance. He also works with senior leadership teams to help their workforce (and them) build development mindsets.

Charles is a director of the Internet Time Alliance, a multinational think-tank of leading learning and business performance practitioners helping organisations exploit emerging practice and informal and social learning to ‘work smarter’ His background includes roles as Chief Learning Officer for Reuters and Thomson Reuters, as a business school professor, and as a member of advisory boards and steering groups for international learning, performance and business bodies.

About Martin Baker – Managing Director, Clear Lessons

Martin has been involved in eLearning for more than 20 years and is passionate about the benefits of collaborative working. He’s MD of Clear Lessons – implementing the benefits of collaborative working to ensure the successful use of learning technologies. Martin is regarded as being one of the top ten most influential people in eLearning in the UK. He’s also a founding ambassador to the highly regarded learning technologies benchmarking organisation Towards Maturity.