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Imogen Casebourne and Kath Fleet from Epic offer top tips on how to design effective learning for senior leaders. Forward Thinking for Management and Leadership was held on the 4th July at the......

Imogen Casebourne and Kath Fleet from Epic offer top tips on how to design effective learning for senior leaders. Forward Thinking for Management and Leadership was held on the 4th July at the Millbank Tower, London.

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  • 1. Lorem: Lorem
  • 2. CMPS: PlatinumLibraryNews & articlesForumsMember messaging
  • 3. Cabinet Office: PrimeDiagnosticsTutorialsCase examplesChallengesQuotesOffline activitiesDiscussions
  • 4. Barclays: Take the leadModulesNuggetsTheory papersNews & articlesForumsMember messaging
  • 5. CSLToolkitPractise focusedCase studies
  • 6. What we’ve learned
  • 7. Taking it to the top: challenges • Huge diversity of previous experience • Extraordinary pressure on time • Highly mobile – always on the move • Need for challenge • Need to see the relevance • Need to see the stats
  • 8. Keep it short: Facts & figuresBite-sizedInstant – high impactvisualsAudio commentaryJust-in-time
  • 9. Make it practical: Quick guidesConvenientRelevantBehavioural modellingJust-in-time
  • 10. Help me analyse: DiagnosticsDefine situationsAnalyse team membersPractice basedTime savingJust-for-me
  • 11. Show me: Dashboard analyticsPlanningProgressPerformance
  • 12. Let me contribute: VideoUser generatedPeer-to-peer ratingCommunity-led
  • 13. Learn from the best: MasterclassesFrom the topInsightsAnecdotes
  • 14. Make it real: Critical decisionsArtefactsLinked to theoryImmediacyRealistic
  • 15. Take it with me: Mobile scenariosAt the point ofneedStudy in ‘deadtime’Fit into busyschedule
  • 16. Take it with me: Mobile gamesCompetitiveedgeChallenge –‘levelling up’On the move
  • 17. How we take it to the top • Keep it short • Give me support • Make it practical • Help me analyse • Let me contribute • Help me compete • Let me take it with me
  • 18. Taking it to the topDesigning for senior leaders Imogen Casebourne| Kathryn Fleet