Sean McPheat

Say hello to Sean McPheat

As Skillshub CEO Sean McPheat is responsible for the strategic direction, vision, and innovation within the company. He has been a leading authority in the learning and development industry since 2001 and is an Amazon bestselling author and international keynote speaker.

Sean’s daily L&D tips on LinkedIn receive millions of views each month and he regularly contributes to some of the leading blogs in the industry including HubSpot and Training Zone.

His latest book “The definitive guide to creating personal learning journeys” was personally endorsed by leading personal development guru, Brian Tracy.

Brian Tracy

“This fast-moving, state-of-the-art resource shows you exactly what you need to do to implement personal learning journeys faster than you ever thought possible. It can revolutionise your L&D department”

Brian Tracy, Author/Speaker/Consultant

 

Latest Blogs

21 Working from Home Tips

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Transfer of Learning – Benefits, Models & Implementation

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What is Virtual Training and its Benefits?

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How Electronic Learning Benefits Your Business

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An Essential Guide to Virtual Learning Environments

Previous forecasts showed that 98% of the corporate world would use virtual learning by 2020, and the pandemic coincidentally acted ...
 

Engaging Elearning Content Development: Top Tips

According to stats, the eLearning market may grow to more than $240 billion by the end of 2022. Since its ...