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Leaders of Learning

Author: Ling Ling

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The Leaders of Learning is Southeast Asia's top podcast about learning in the 21st century.

Through interviews with leaders, entrepreneurs, educators, and many more, Ling Ling explores the technology, methodologies and insights of learning for personal and organisational development.

Check out our podcast website at www.leadersoflearning.asia
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Text, audio and visuals alone is not enough to change behaviour or adopt a new skill.   Researchers have found that experiences have a greater impact in skills development and behaviour change. These experiences can be obtained through simulation, deep practice, on-the-job and many more. Experiential learning is a process through which students develop knowledge, skills, and values from direct experiences outside a traditional academic setting. It can encompass a wide variety of work experiences, such as internships, on-the-job, research and many more. If we want to ensure our students or workforce effectively adopt a new skill or behaviour, how can we shape the learning experience? What are the important elements of designing an effective experiential learning? Joining us is Jay Kornnatt, he is a transformative facilitator and the Managing Director of Transformagent Academy based in Bangkok, Thailand. Jay has been a facilitator all his life. Since 2008, he has used experiential learning in his training programs and his life.   Check out our podcast on:  iTunes: https://apple.co/2QJC4zy CastBox: http://bit.ly/2RTmgfg Google Play Music: http://bit.ly/2yyvch8 iHeartRadio: https://ihr.fm/2Ab0Za5 Overcast: http://bit.ly/2IU4l3L Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2P23Cmy Stitcher: http://bit.ly/2PwUdAD     Highlights from the podcast page can be found here: http://bit.ly/32c6hxQ   *If you enjoy this episode, please like, share or comment on this post. We’d love to hear from you on the topics you’d like us to cover or persons you’d like us to interview.   **Want to create learning culture for your organization? Drop us a line at hello@culturespark.co
Succession is a process. It’s not a matter of handing over a title, a bunch of documents or an entire department or business. When succession is done well, organizations become more resilient in changing times and employees become more united towards the long-term vision. However, most businesses struggle to find the right successor. Or their selected successor might be unmotivated, incompetent or just never ready. So… what can we do to make a succession successful? What do we need to consider if we want to hand over a business or role to our successor? Joining us is Rochelle Clarke, a global strategist and the founder of Succession Strength. She brings nearly 20 years of strategy experience to help business owners overcome barriers to smooth succession transitions. Check out our podcast on:  iTunes: https://apple.co/2QJC4zy CastBox: http://bit.ly/2RTmgfg Google Play Music: http://bit.ly/2yyvch8 iHeartRadio: https://ihr.fm/2Ab0Za5 Overcast: http://bit.ly/2IU4l3L Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2P23Cmy Stitcher: http://bit.ly/2PwUdAD     Highlights from the podcast page can be found here: http://bit.ly/2ZQKkCB   *If you enjoy this episode, please like, share or comment on this post. We’d love to hear from you on the topics you’d like us to cover or persons you’d like us to interview.   **Want to create learning culture for your organization? Drop us a line at hello@culturespark.co
Since the turn of the century, Asia is playing a bigger role in shaping the world economy, politics and in global leadership.  For example, there is an increase in inbound tourism into countries such as Japan, South Korea and Thailand. The movement of the workforce across regions has become ubiquitous, such as the Filipino nurses, Indian engineers, Nepali security guards and many more. There is also an increase in technology and innovative startups with funds pouring in from western nations. The Asian landscape is greatly diverse and complex. What makes Asia the place to be in this 21st century? How can an Asian citizen prepare themselves for their rise on the global stage? Joining us is Dr. Parag Kahanna author of book called The Future is Asian.  This episode is brought to you by SP Jain School of Global Management. Visit www.spjain.sg for more info. Check out our podcast on:  iTunes: https://apple.co/2QJC4zy CastBox: http://bit.ly/2RTmgfg Google Play Music: http://bit.ly/2yyvch8 iHeartRadio: https://ihr.fm/2Ab0Za5 Overcast: http://bit.ly/2IU4l3L Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2P23Cmy Stitcher: http://bit.ly/2PwUdAD   Highlights from the podcast page can be found here: http://bit.ly/2Xu0nbN   *If you enjoy this episode, please like, share or comment on this post. We’d love to hear from you on the topics you’d like us to cover or persons you’d like us to interview.   **Want to create learning culture for your organisation? Drop us a line at hello@culturespark.co
Season 3 Teaser

Season 3 Teaser

2019-05-3000:05:24

Season 3 of the Leaders of Learning Podcast Show will be launched soon! We have an exciting line of experts, academics, entrepreneurs talking about a wide range of topics from the Future of Asia, diversity, education technology, social media… just to name a few! In this season teaser, we'll share a few golden nuggets from this upcoming season. Enjoy! Highlights can be found here: http://leadersoflearning.asia/ #leadersoflearning #podcast #season3
The Best of Season 2

The Best of Season 2

2019-05-1600:24:161

Hi dear listeners! I'm currently in the process of putting together Season 3! We have an exciting line of experts, academics, entrepreneurs talking about a wide range of topics from the future of asia, diversity, education technology, social media… just to name a few! While we get Season 3 up and running, we share with you the best nuggets of Season 2 in this "Best of Season 2" episode. Do check out the Seasons 2 episode that intrigues you most. Till the next time,  enjoy the show! Details found here: www.leadersoflearning.asia
The Best of Season 1

The Best of Season 1

2019-05-0300:31:531

Hello dear friends! We're in the midst of putting together Season 3 of the podcast show. While we get Season 3 up and running, we share the best nuggets from Season 1 in our "Best of Season 1" episode. Do check out the Season 1 episode that intrigues you most. Till the next time, enjoy the show! Podcast details found at:http://www.leadersoflearning.asia/episodes/the-best-of-season-1/
There is a cost to speaking up.   History has shown, time and again, that speaking up can be life threatening. Iconic heroes, such as Gandhi, Mandela, Frida Kahlo, Malala and many others, shouted and fought for equality, freedom, justice, the truth and suffered for their cause. It requires courage, conviction and emotional strength to give a voice to causes that matter.   We keep silent because the dominant culture may punish in order to remain in power. Punishment can mean loss of job, ostracism, humiliation, imprisonment, torture and possibly death. We may or may not face such extreme situations in our daily lives. But it used well, a small voice can bring about big changes in the world.    How can we use our voice to speak about the issues that matter to us? What are the consequences of staying silent?    Joining us is Andrea Edwards, a globally award-winning B2B communications professional, a content marketing strategy pioneer, blogger, writer, and trainer/coach for businesses and professionals around the world.    She is also known as the Digital Conversationalist.   Highlights found here:http://bit.ly/2WVjzfL
Communities play a powerful role in society. Through communities, members are able to discuss, reflect, synthesis and contribute to the knowledge and experiences of the community.    However, participating in a community can take a lot of effort and time. While communities may start with good intention, some communities evolve and some become silent.   What does it take to start and keep a community going? How can communities help one’s learning?      Joining us is Gina Romero, a serial entrepreneur and co-founder of Connected Women.   Check out our podcast on:  iTunes: https://apple.co/2QJC4zy CastBox: http://bit.ly/2RTmgfg Google Play Music: http://bit.ly/2yyvch8 iHeartRadio: https://ihr.fm/2Ab0Za5 Overcast: http://bit.ly/2IU4l3L Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2P23Cmy Stitcher: http://bit.ly/2PwUdAD   Highlights from the podcast page can be found here: http://bit.ly/2pPpSlz   *If you enjoy this episode, please like, share or comment on this post. We’d love to hear from you on the topics you’d like us to cover or persons you’d like us to interview.   **Want to create learning culture for your organisation? Drop us a line at hello@culturespark.co
From the moment we are born, the values of our family and society shapes our identity and our lives. Values influences our choices, from the type of foods you like eat to your desired career and even the person you choose to marry.   As Elvis Presley says, Values are like fingerprints. Nobody's are the same, but you leave 'em all over everything you do.   If values are so important, why don't understand them better? What is it about values that shapes who we are today and where we are going tomorrow?   Chris Chew is a cognitive leadership coach, speaker, trainer and consultant.   Highlights available at:http://bit.ly/2DxfUf0
Self-confidence is hard to describe. It’s a feeling, it’s a believe. Self-confidence is what one needs move forward towards their goals, or manifest their dreams. For some, self-confidence seems natural. For others, it seems like a life-long struggle. I can’t help but wonder, is self-confidence inherited as part of our DNA? Or can each of us develop it and grow it like a muscle? For those who wish to gain self-confidence, how can we do so? To help shed light on the topic today is Sheena Yap Chan is a podcast host for a show called the Tao of Self Confidence, where she interviews Asian women about their inner journey to self-confidence. Show highlights found here: http://bit.ly/2Ff2Jll
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Comments (11)

Ros Zukni

I honestly did not think much of ASEAN despite living and being Malaysian. This episode has gotten me curious and most importantly, feeling hopeful. The questions that the host raised was also relevant to me as a listener. Might consider picking up the book.

Jun 17th
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Ling Ling Tai

Ros Zukni Thanks for the feedback. Glad the episode gave you hope. We are the future and should be proud of it! :)

Jun 23rd
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Loh Chuan Tuck

Inspiring. I think I'm going to start my own podcast channel as well. I thought of making YouTube videos, but it's taking too much of my time and too many technical hurdles. My theme is educational and informative, specifically for Malaysian audience. Where are you from?

Feb 21st
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Ling Ling Tai

Loh Chuan Tuck Many thanks for your comments. 🤗 I'm from Malaysia, though I'm currently based in Singapore. I'll be speaking at Pecha Kucha PJ on the 14th March. Do join us if you're available. 😁

Mar 2nd
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Arjun Singh

Hi Lingling, your show is awsome!

Jan 4th
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Arjun Singh

Ling Ling Tai 😄

Jan 8th
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Ling Ling Tai

Arjun Singh Thanks Ray! Appreciate your support. :)

Jan 7th
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Scott

Good show !

Jan 4th
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Ling Ling Tai

Scott Thank you Scott! Appreciate your support. :)

Jan 7th
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Linn971

really useful content. Would love to hear more podcasts from your channel xD

Nov 29th
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Ling Ling Tai

Linn971 Thank you so much for your support Linn. :)

Dec 28th
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