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You are warmly welcome to join us at the Imagination Club on Wednesday, 13 April at 18h45 for an interactive, experimental workshop on:

Sticky Learning
How to Turn Learning into New Ways of Doing in Organizations
By Graham Boyd and Monique Blokzyl

How often have you had a really good training, but were not able to use much of it back at your desk? In this workshop, we'll cover the key factors that help to transfer, or prevent people from transferring, what they've learnt into new ways of doing.

You are invited to experience this yourself in an interactive workshop that will end with a discussion on what you can do to change what's not working, and strengthen what is working - in order to make learning stick.

A special thanks to UBI for donating classroom space for us!




Wednesday, 13 April 2011
Time:18.45 to 20.30


UBI (United Business Institutes)
Marnixlaan, 20
1000 Brussels, Belgium

Between Troone and Naamsepoort metros

Map (see below or follow link)

How much?

A donation of €10 to cover expenses including materials, drinks, snacks, etc.



Please reply to your invitation e-mail or follow this link to sign up for for this workshop.

  1. Graham Boyd
  2. Monique Blokzyl
  3. Annette Monreal
  4. Marc Bacon
  5. Tina Bühler
  6. Peter Musschoot
  7. Véro Bosschaert
  8. Leander Bindewald
  9. Ingrid Kreksch
  10. Lydia Proschinger
  11. Hilary Jeune
  12. Christine Horyslawsky
  13. Chris Needham
  14. Tony Zamparutti
  15. Karel Ameije
  16. Sylvie Gosme
  17. Sarah De Schepper
  18. Natalia Kuzmicheva
  19. Julia Stewart-David *
  20. Amine Othmane *
  21. Phil Dean *
  22. Wiebke Herding *
  23. Carolyn Dare *

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