About me

Over 21 years of supporting organisations through learning and development.

What I do here!

So why are learning and development so important within organisations? I have a strong belief that good L&D can make a company, and bad L&D can break one. Through combining the elements of traditional training techniques and blending them with modern approaches in a vast digital environment can create robust results for your organisation.

How? Humans have always learned through imitation, from watching and doing, which is why I use many different techniques through cutting edge research from coaching, flipped classroom training, to engaging platforms and gamification. Evidence-based practice that improves the performance of your team, is what we at Tessellate Learning can create for you.

As a learning experience specialist, I have helped many clients, both in-person and virtually, to cultivate the goals of their organisation into seamless bespoke learning and development solutions to enrich their L&D offerings and ultimately positively impact their bottom line. With more than 20 years of experience and knowledge, you can be assured your business and employees will gain great experience and new skills from working with me.

How Can I Help You?

It is not all work for Hannah, her other interests and experience add to the many reasons why she is so good at her role. Here are few fun facts about Hannah:

  • She studied 5 university qualifications in just over 9 years from undergraduate to doctorate whilst advancing her career, giving her true insight into the learner experience.
  • She lectures at MBA level, so continues to develop learning products that can be feasibly taught
  • She is forever learning herself! Never content with what is already knows, Hannah continues to research academically to find innovations from a plethora of industries and technologies that she could cross fertilise into L&D.
  • She isn’t all work, work, work… when not working, learning and researching Hannah can be found outdoors hiking or paddleboarding, though she’s been known to use that thinking time to develop a few learning designs!
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Stakeholders: Who Really Has a Slice of the Pie?
L&D Strategy Learning Now TV

Stakeholders: Who Really Has a Slice of the Pie?

Recently I was asked to record a mini series for Learning Now TV on engaging conversations, due to be broadcast...
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Does Learning Culture Exist… Within You?
L&D Strategy

Does Learning Culture Exist… Within You?

In 1974 Ernő Rubik invented a combination puzzle to teach his students about solving complex three dimensional problems. An internal...
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Lights, Camera, Action!
L&D Strategy Learning Now TV

Lights, Camera, Action!

In the words of the great Gloria Swanson... I am ready for my close up... This week saw the recording...
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L&D’s Got Talent
Awards

L&D’s Got Talent

It's a no from me. These aren't words that you will often here from me, but in the past few...
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Testimonials

Don’t just take it from me, take a look at these client results and see what they have to say.