Rabbit Hole Learning

Integrating learning culture into the organisational strategy.





Disruption. Stagnant culture. Disconnected behaviours. Sound familiar?

Addressing these deeply rooted challenges requires more than swift, sure action. It requires fundamental changes in how you and your teams perceive the world. Can you shift your mindset to learn constantly with speed, focus, agility… and passion? Will you go down the rabbit hole?

Rabbit Hole Learning is excited to guide, nurture, and coach your learning strategy to offer every individual a voice for continuous improvement, allowing your learning framework to evolve at the speed of your business.

There are plenty of learning practices already out there, and while many are quite excellent, they often fall short of inspiring the learning culture needed for companies to lead their markets. It is the belief of Rabbit Hole Learning that we can create an intentional learning culture that ensures continuous improvement!

Rabbit Hole Learning focuses organisations on developing specific skills across the following themes:

  1. Transforming ways to develop personalised learning.
  2. Creating a culture of learning throughout the organisation. Learn more!
  3. Enabling every individual to contribute to the learning strategy.
  4. Making learning a habit in everyday behaviour. Learn more!


RHLGo down the rabbit hole of real change and return transformed!

Check out perspectives for Agile Teams and Organisational Transformations!

Check out perspectives for Talent Development Raising the Bar for Learning Organisations!


Consulting Opportunities

Learning program development
Module or course development
Training ROI
Authentic learning
Microlearning design


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About Marian

My passion is centered around ensuring effective learning experiences that improve people's lives. Developing a learning mindset is my ultimate goal whether working with academic programs or corporate training; formal or informal learning practices. It is my belief that our potential for agility is limited only by our capacity for learning.