You’ll have people in work who can do anything. They’re first to volunteer, happy to stay and do more, always ready to fix things on their own. They might be rewarded through recognition; most commonly they do it because they just want to help. Regretfully, as great as heroes are, they’re unsustainable. The skill of… Read More Who are your heroes?
I had some great conversations at #learninglive the other week; I mentioned before that the opportunity to have some space for conversation was excellent. I took the opportunity to sound out some people about the idea of Moments of Truth in learning. I’ve been thinking about Moments of Truth (MoT) for a while now and… Read More Moments in learning
Seth Godin wrote a cracker of a post today. If you don’t want to click the link, it’s in its entirety below: All good ideas are terrible Until people realize they are obvious. If you’re not willing to live through the terrible stage, you’ll never get to the obvious part. It’s especially timely as I… Read More But that’s simple…
This is the last piece in the series of posts about how we’re transforming our learning function. My apologies for the delay in getting it out – it fell off my radar. To bring you up to speed, we’re attempting a new way of creating L&D support at my workplace, using a format that we’ve developed over… Read More Improve your learning experiences
This is a swift post. It has pace and speed. It is hasty; a quick fix. We’re often asked to help people learn quickly but do we consider cadence? We are handed a deadline but do we break down the steps : into a rate that people want? into the rate we want? into the… Read More Pace of learning