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Learning Transfer at Work - win a copy

Today is a big day!

My new book 'Learning Transfer at Work: How to Ensure Training >> Performance' has arrived from the printers and will shortly be available on Amazon.

It's been a long journey and I'm grateful for the many contributions that have added a richness of thought I could never have achieved on my own...

To celebrate, I'm giving away a few copies :-)

All you have to do is join the dicussion here by commenting on this page with your thoughts and questions on Learning Transfer. What does it mean to you? What questions do you have? How do you make a positive difference to employee's skills and an organisation's capability as Robin said?

To get you thinking on the topic, take a look inside the book at the first few pages to get an idea of what Learning Transfer is all about.

Then join the discussion by commenging on this page. Let's get talking!

I look forward to reading your thoughts and picking a few winners.

Best wishes,

Paul

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Paul Matthews, Learning and Performance Expert, makes ideas come alive with stories, practical tools and tips his audience can implement straight away, so they get better results for themselves and their organisations. He is an expert in informal learning, enabling capability, performance consultancy, learning transfer, workflow learning and how L&amp;D can be effective in these changing times. This has led to two bestselling books and speaking appearances worldwide. His third book, Learning Transfer at Work is due to be published in the autumn 2018.

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  • I’m very interested to see, from another L&D professional what tips there are for learning transfer. We have great reviews and indeed some positive results coming from our training, but I wonder if there a way we can do better. I’d love to take a look at your book!

    • Hi Helen,

      I hope that when you do get your hands on a copy it's useful. Great reviews and positive results are good to have :-)

      Hopefully the 'positive results' relate to business measures that improved as a result of the training.

      Cheers, Paul

  • Thanks Paul.

    Some great endorsements from those who have already read this. 

    L&D teams need to ensure that learning is making a positive difference for individuals and organisations.

    Karen

    • Thanks, and yes, we have already had great feedback from people who have seen the sneak previews. Here is a picture of the back cover with some of the comments.

      • Fantastic Paul! 

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