Archive | General RSS feed for this section

Saying Goodbye and Thank You to Kelly Smith of #lrnchat

Earlier tonight I learned about the passing of Kelly Smith, one of my fellow moderators for the weekly Twitter Chat #lrnchat, and a great friend to the learning and development community. I was privileged to connect with Kelly fairly regularly through the planning of each week’s #lrnchat discussion. Kelly was a great example of how […]

Read full story Comments { 0 }

We Need to Change the Culture Around Sexual Harassment Training

A few weeks ago I was lamenting with a friend about the reports of sexual harassment being applied to Louis CK. It’s always disappointing to hear about behavior like this, but it stings a bit more when it’s applied to someone you admired and respected, which was the case for both of us when it […]

Read full story Comments { 1 }

Developing Personal Learning Networks – Resources

People are not learning exclusively from conventional sources like courses and classrooms. In truth we never did, but there’s a growing awareness of the small percentage of learning that comes from formal means as compared to informal means. Learning is happening all the time in a multitude of different ways. More and more people are […]

Read full story Comments { 0 }

How Influencer Marketing Can Be Used by L&D: Slides and Additional Resources

It’s one thing to hear the value of something from the person selling it; it’s quite another to hear the value of something from a person actually using it. In learning and development, these people are often called champions—those who understand the value of learning programs and help promote their value across the organization. The […]

Read full story Comments { 0 }

The Now and Next of Learning & Technology: Slides and Additional Resources

The world of training and development is being rapidly changed by the evolving world of technology. Learning professionals need to be aware of these changes and how it affects the work we do. This blog post is being set up primarily as a follow-up resource for those that attended a talk I am often asked […]

Read full story Comments { 0 }