Instructional Currentz with Nick Shackelton-Jones

I asked Nick Shackleton-Jones if he would chat with me on video about his new consulting firm.

Nick’s new business is:

Shackleton Consulting – which exists to help you measurably improve the performance and experience of your employees.

We offer leading thinking and proven expertise.


An industry revolutionary, Nick is responsible for coining the ‘courses to resources’ shift, introducing the affective context model of learning, and creating the 5Di approach to user-centered learning design.

He has a 30-year track record of shaping future learning approaches for numerous public and private organisations.

Winner of several awards for people development strategy, innovation, and learning content, including the Learning & Performance Institute’s Award for Services to the Learning Industry, 2017 Nick is also the author of ‘How People Learn’ (Kogan Page, May 2019).

Nick began professional life as a psychology lecturer, and working for Siemens, the BBC & BP in roles encompassing learning strategy, culture change, leadership, innovation, technology & multimedia. He established and led the learning innovation client service at PA consulting, moving on to work as Chief Learning Officer for Deloitte in the UK

Instructional Currentz Video

This video is 16:23 minutes in length.

Connect with Nick

WhatsApp: +44 7525855523


Twitter: @shackletonjones

See Nick’s book, How People Learn, on Amazon here:

Instructional Currentz Video Series

This video series is intended to focus on current Instructional Systems Design/ Instructional Design/ Learning Experience Design “Topics, Tools, and Techniques” with Thought Leaders and Practitioners.

See the entire collection of Instructional Currentz videos – here.


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