Andrew Barry on Transformational Learning [Podcast Ep. #25]

February 3, 2021

by Ravi Raman

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Andrew Barry joins me on the podcast to explore Transformational Learning. Andrew is a learning expert, who has spent well over a decade helping organizations, teams and individuals accelerate and improve their learning. Currently a Program Director for On Deck and CEO of his learning consultancy, Curious Lion, Andrew helps leaders and course creators improve how they design effective learning experiences for their communities and organization.

Tune in as we explore:

  • Why dinner parties can save the world!
  • What inspired Andrew to leave his corporate career and follow what makes him “tick”.
  • The value of life-long learning for any knowledge worker.
  • How to create a “flywheel” and strong culture for continuous learning in any team
  • ….and much more!

Follow Andrew on Twitter and subscribe to his Curious Lion newsletter for free resources on leveling up your learning potential.

Watch the interview as a video on YouTube.

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