The best learning experience I ever had – Ian Pettigrew

Today’s guest post comes from Ian Pettigrew. Ian runs Kingfisher Coaching and be found on Twitter here. Inspired by Mike Collins’ post, Ian’s best ever learning experience also involves a track day but with a very different outcome… On 6th September 1999 at Donington Park I had an amazing day with a motorbike on a race-track … Continue reading The best learning experience I ever had – Ian Pettigrew

The best learning experience I’ve ever had – Kirsten Holmes

Today’s post is from Kirsten Holmes. We don’t know Kirsten (apart from on Twitter) although we have discovered she has a problem resisting shoe shops in Bath – it’s always the things you least expect. The introductions to the previous posts have been written by us whilst the posts were being uploaded but Kirsten wrote … Continue reading The best learning experience I’ve ever had – Kirsten Holmes

The best learning experience I ever had – David Goddin

Today’s guest post is from one of our partners, David Goddin. David runs Change Continuum, you can find his blog here and follow him on Twitter here. In his post David talks through enacting and reflecting on organisational change and could be subtitled ‘Tuckman Lives’ as it’s full of forming, norming, storming & performing (with … Continue reading The best learning experience I ever had – David Goddin

The best learning experience I ever had – Natasha Stallard

Powering on with the guest posts we turn to Natasha Stallard for ‘something completely different’ but for those who know Tash would you expect anything else? Natasha is a learning and development consultant who works with a wide variety of clients in her own unique fashion. She was one of the participants in our open … Continue reading The best learning experience I ever had – Natasha Stallard

The best learning experience I ever had – John Costello

Our next guest post comes from John Costello. John is CTO of careergro, the social development planning tool for employees and you can follow him on Twitter here. John’s learning experience has a sporting context but more arm power and less horse power… I recently had a learning experience in which the challenge stretched my skills.  … Continue reading The best learning experience I ever had – John Costello

The best learning experience I ever had – Meg Peppin

Another fine example of ‘I couldn’t choose just one’ today from Meg Peppin. Strictly speaking this is cheating but since it’s such a great post it will be allowed!! Meg has recently started blogging and you can find her posts here and follow her on Twitter @od_optimist. So it goes Pinpointing one experience is hard, … Continue reading The best learning experience I ever had – Meg Peppin

The best learning experience I’ve ever had – the story so far…

Previously on Trainers Kit Bag… It’s amazing what can happen from a random offer. Early in May we tweeted an open invite to anyone who wished to write a guest post entitled “The best learning experience I ever had”. So far we’ve had 7 great posts (and with several more to come) but thought it … Continue reading The best learning experience I’ve ever had – the story so far…

The best learning experience I ever had – Kevin Wyke

The guest posts continue with this chart topper from Kevin Wyke. Kevin is an OD practioner, coach and proud parent. You can find him somewhere on LinkedIn and here on Twitter. Kevin takes what can only be described as a ‘High Fidelity’ approach to his best learning experience ever and whilst he still doesn’t land … Continue reading The best learning experience I ever had – Kevin Wyke

The best learning experience I ever had – Kate Griffiths-Lambeth

Today’s guest post comes from Kate Griffiths-Lambeth. Kate is Head of HR and Exec Director at Stonehage and writes a fantastic blog you can find here. She is also very active on Twitter and we would highly recommend following her. Kate to her credit was one of the victims participants on our first open event … Continue reading The best learning experience I ever had – Kate Griffiths-Lambeth