Immersive learning becoming a ‘game changer’ in embedding corporate learning. It takes a realistic scenario, adds guidance for the learner and has no risk
About Kirsten Walker
Kirsten is a consultant at Afiniti who has a deep understanding of the high performing, high pressure culture within professional services, and can provide insight regarding the softer skills practitioners are required to develop such as client service and people management.
She has professional skills in learning programme design and delivery with a particular focus on data analysis and business outcomes.
In her spare time she coaches and mentors many talented young football players and is currently in partnership with Queen’s Park Rangers assisting with organising and delivering training sessions to youth players.
Entries by Kirsten Walker
When undertaking a change project, whether it be technological or process based, we always look to build a change network to act as champions for the cause
Change is tough on people. So how can change management, with its focus on people, use mindfulness to encourage awareness and involvement?
Managing resistance to change is often on the agenda in an attempt to thwart the beast that is the challenging employee. But is resistance a healthy and necessary part of the change process?
Ever feel like your performance management is a bit of a box ticking exercise?
You’re not on your own. A Towers Watson survey of 100 UK businesses in December 2013 revealed that 96% believed that Performance Management is important for their organisation yet only 64% reported having either an effective or very effective approach.
We now want information at our fingertips, so could MOOCs – Massive Open Online Courses – a new form of social learning with a low delivery cost and high accessibility, be the answer?
Using our creative and innovative approach to delivering change, we enable and equip your people to progress through every step of the change journey.
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