Aug 4, 2020
Working within a global L&D network has both opportunities and challenges. But how do they differ within the social sector? How do global organizations deliver learning in rural areas with poor internet connections? And what impact has COVID-19 had on their approach?
This week on The Good Practice Podcast, Nicola Boyle and Ross Garner are joined by Claire Wilson, Head of Global Learning Lab at the Social Enterprise Academy. She shares her experiences of working in global L&D in the social sector.
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To find out more about Social Enterprise Academy, check out their website: socialenterprise.academy/scot/
In What I Learned This Week, Nicola recommended the BBC Radio 4 programme Soul Music. The episode on 'I will Survive' can be found here: bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000l7zc
The book that Ross recommended was The Hardest Job in the World by John Dickerson, available at: amazon.co.uk/Hardest-Job-World-American-Presidency/dp/1984854518
John Dickerson co-hosts the Slate: Political Gabfest. Listen at: slate.com/podcasts/political-gabfest
For a somewhat twee reminder of how we used to consider the Presidency, see The American President, directed by Rob Reiner and written by Aaron Sorkin: imdb.com/title/tt0112346/
Claire recommended The Happy Newspaper, online at: thehappynewspaper.com/
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