After the defeat of England by Italy last night, there were some highly offensive tweets made about some of the England players. One tweet I saw was picked up by some Twitter users who found the person’s Instagram account, as well as their LinkedIn accounts. The person concerned deleted the tweet, but made no apology,… Read More Anti-social media
I was taking a pic of the pool on holiday and got into a conversation with another holidaymaker. We were talking about our use of mobile devices and how we use them to consume and create content. They told me a story about someone they worked with who, on returning to work, was asked to… Read More No SoMe
Strange isn’t it…I wrote last month about why I won’t join the CIPD and the blog had its busiest day since I took the mickey out of formal training sessions last year. To save you reading the post again, my concern is that the CIPD isn’t relevant to learning and development professionals. It seems that… Read More Roll out a barrel…
I read a thoughtful post by Dan Slee last month about why he won’t join a professional body; in his case it was the Chartered Institute of Public Relations. It was quite a telling post as it fell hot on the heels of the CIPD’s HRD 2013 event and I had a few members of my… Read More Why I won’t join the CIPD
I was at a meeting of other public sector L&D professionals the other day and couldn’t find anyone who has a personal blog. It’s been on my radar for a while – do you know any L&D people in local government who blog? Some of the attendees blog as part of their role, creating pieces… Read More Are you using old tools?