Today, our guest is Quinten Sheriff, a seasoned professional who has made it his mission to drive innovation by truly understanding the needs of his clients. With a career spanning the globe, Quinten brings a wealth of experience from diverse educational landscapes.
We have the privilege of hearing about Quinten’s remarkable global journey, exploring his invaluable insights, and understanding his philosophy on innovation, client-centricity, and the transformative power of meaningful collaboration in today’s ever-evolving world.
In this episode, you will hear:
- What a human-centered problem is.
- The importance of human connection.
- The nature of the imbalance and how the lack of empathy impacts that imbalance.
- Implementing user design learning in your organization.
- Why DEI is important to Quentin and his career.
- Memorable lessons and insights from Quentin’s international experiences.
Quinten Sheriff, a veteran of the L&D and design industry, shares the philosophy that true innovation happens when you truly understand your client’s needs. This passion has driven his work from being an educator and technology specialist in five different countries, across Africa, Asia, and South America to now being a consultant in human performance, instructional design, and marketing and business strategy in Canada.
Quinten has collaborated with global partners on transformation projects and led design and educational technology teams. He is passionate about digital learning and collaboration, learning technology, and being a change agent and problem solver.
He runs the design coop, whose projects are at the intersections of HR, business and marketing consultancy, performance improvement initiatives, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.
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