22 April 2021

CrossKnowledge Virtual Discussion Hub: What can we learn about digital learning if we look from the learner’s perspective?

The CrossKnowledge Virtual Discussion Hub is a free 1 hour virtual session to meet, discuss and learn about trending L&D challenges.

The CrossKnowledge Virtual Discussion Hub provides a chance for you to ask your burning questions to experts and gain inspiration from peers


How to increase impact with a learner centric approach

In this interactive CrossKnowledge Virtual Discussion Hub session our experts Jan Rijken and Jane Daly will explore the results of the recent CrossKnowledge research report: ‘Digital Learning: From the Learners Perspective‘. A goldmine of data to help your organisation make your digital learning irresistible to your learners.

After that the session will move to a discussion where you will meet with peers from across the UK and Netherlands to share your experiences and learn from each other.

What are the aims of the CrossKnowledge Hub?

  • To share ideas, experiences and challenges with a like-minded community
  • Evidence-informed discussion with our experts
  • Rethinking L&D topics of interest
  • Provide a moment of pause for self and group reflection


Register your Interest Today!


CrossKnowledge delivers an integrated and personalized learning experience featuring a unique combination of digital content for the most in-demand skills, a learning platform built with human and artificial intelligence, and unmatched accountability with a dedicated Client Success Team. Above all, that’s what makes CrossKnowledge the trusted learning partner of organizations, helping L&D, managers and learners acquire the skills they need to succeed.

To find out more about how CrossKnowledge can help your organization contact our team.



Featured Experts

Jane Daley - CrossKnowledge Virtual Discussion Hub

Jane Daly, Founder of PeopleStar & People Who Know

Jane is Chief Insight Officer of PeopleStar. An independent evidence-informed agency specialising in culture & behavioural change. She has a proven track record in commercially adapting organisational culture whilst accelerating growth, transformation, productivity, profitability & wellbeing. Jane was previously Global Head of L&OD at M&S and Chief Insight Officer at Towards Maturity and her research is regularly published and referenced.



Jan Rijken - CrossKnowledge Virtual Discussion Hub

Jan Rijken, Learning Director

As Crossknowledge Learning Director, Jan provides strategic advice to L&D leaders and conducts research. He is a recognized L&D thought leader, regularly publishing articles and is passionate about connecting L&D professionals. In addition, Jan is a visiting professor at IE business school and a former CLO at KPMG, ABN-AMRO & Daimler.