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The #ATD2019 Conference Backchannel – Curated Resources

This post curates resources shared via the backchannel of the ATD International Conference and Exposition being held May 19-22 in Washington, DC. The resources curated here were shared on Twitter, facebook, and within the conference app. Official ATD2019 Resources Conference Website Program Keynote Speakers Pre-Conference Posts Top 5 Reasons To Attend ATD 2019 by Emma […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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