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How To Design Learning That Makes a Difference: Event Hosted by Philosophy Alumni Nick Shackleton-Jones
Warwick Conferences

Join renowned learning and development specialist, Nick Shackleton-Jones, as he explains the importance of delivering a ‘Return on Experience’ through onboarding and training programmes. How to design learning that makes a difference

Workplace culture has changed. The shift toward hybrid working has seen a major shift in how employers engage with their team, from the onboarding process right through to learning and development programmes. On top of this, recent research by PwC suggests that 20% of UK workers expect to leave their current job for a new employer in the next 12 months.

This has resulted in a need for businesses to reset their thinking, designing workplace programmes – and therefore cultures – to focus on experiences. While this is a big challenge facing most organisations, it also serves as an opportunity for learning & development departments. How can programmes change to meet the current needs of today’s workforce? And what role should learning & development play?

In this exclusive event, renowned learning & development specialist, Nick Shackleton-Jones, helps to explain the importance of ‘Return on Experience’ when designing training and onboarding programmes.

In this 50-minute event, Nick Shackleton-Jones will explain:

· Why we struggle to see a return on expectations

· A new model of learning

· Human-centred learning design

· Examples of award-winning onboarding work

Nick Shackleton-Jones has an MA in Philosophy from the University of Warwick and is the CEO and Founder of Shackleton Consulting. Offering leading thinking and proven expertise, Nick has helped organisations measurably improve the performance and experience of their employees through a revolutionary approach to L&D. Those attending in-person will also have the opportunity to take part in an intimate Q&A session.

 Timings (In-Person)

12.00 – Arrivals and Networking

13.00 – Event takes place

14.00 – Q&A with Coffee and Cake

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Law School Research Seminar - Romit Bhandari, Coventry University

Starting with lunch at 12:30pm in Room S2.09 followed by Seminar at 1:00pm in Room S2.12

Talk Title: 'The Interpretation of Dreams: A Reconsideration of the Law of Refugee Status'

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Staffing Development Group
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WLS EDI Team Presents: Black Women in Red Games Night!

The Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion team will be hosting a games night which will include a pub quiz, various games, competitions and music. The theme is to wear a piece of red clothing or a red accessory! During the event, you will be given the opportunity to anonymously submit any ED&I concerns and suggestions on post-it notes. This games night is a chance for students to chill and meet new people whilst also building support groups with others who can relate with their concerns and experiences as university students. It is also a great chance to learn more about the ED&I team, what we do and the positions available. The ED&I team aim to collaborate with a wide range of black led societies to make a change to the ‘Black Student’ experience at Warwick. Though this event is aimed at black women, feel free to come along and invite a friend too!

To register your place, please email Rebecca Limb ( with the subject heading 'Black Women in Red') by 12 noon on October 5th.

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Philosophy Department Start of Term Quiz
Chancellor's Suite, Rootes Building
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Lincoln's Inn: Equality, Diversity & Inclusion Forum
Hybrid (The Ashworth Centre and Online)

Social Mobility: Where to start, and where to find answers. This event is open to anyone interested in building awareness on what we mean by socio-economic status and how we achieve social mobility, in particular lawyers who are involved in management, recruitment, EDI and career progression across the legal sector. Those who book to attend remotely will be sent the Zoom link on the day of the event.