You may or may not be aware that I’m a roving reporter for LearningNow TV. I was kindly asked by Colin Steed (@ColinSteed) and Nigel Paine (@ebase) some time ago to provide short reports to this live internet television channel dedicated to people in the Learning and Development in large and small organisations.
Last month, I interviewed a long time friend and ex-colleague Kim Goodwin. Kim and I worked together many years ago in the Learning and Development department of one the top four Australian banks. While I was working in the Technology and eCommerce arm of L&D, Kim was helping support her business clients in the area of leadership and talent development. Since leaving the corporate world, she focussed her attention to her passions in the arts. She is currently undergoing her PhD research in the area of social leadership in the arts. In this interview I ask her about what leadership development and learning looks like for people in the arts sector.
What can we learn from them or more specifically, what can we learn from each other?
This interview was aired in the May LearningNot TV program and you can see more interviews with other great learning practitioners in this show. (Next show goes live on 28 July 2016 and you can register here).
Please note that this is not a sponsored post. I have not received payment or referrals from promoting Craft Victoria on my blog. I will however, be presenting a workshop to Craft Victoria members later this year on 6 September on Showing Your Work to Promote Your Craft Story.