From the monthly archives:

December 2011

learning, L&D, T&D, Training, development,

 

Topic: Designing for Learning Transfer

 

 

Articles for this Week:

 

Tip of the Week:

  • Take inspiration for your instructional design from everywhere! TV commercials, jingles, movies, people you see in the grocery store…everything has the potential to inspire you and your design!

 

 

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leadership development

 

 

 

 

Topic: Best  Companies for Leaders

 

Articles for this Week:

 

Tip of the Week:

  • Use journaling (paper, electronic, audio, or any other format) to capture your thoughts, questions, and experiences so you can learn from them!

 

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TLW 71: Feedback–It’s Great to Give AND Receive

December 8, 2011

          Topic: Feedback–It’s Great to Give AND Receive ‘Tis the Season to Deliver and Receive Feedback Effectively (Chief Learning Officer blog) Why Constructive Feedback Doesn’t Improve Employee Performance (Financial Post)   Articles for this Week: Employee Engagement Nearing All-Time Low (Gallup via ASTD blog) 5 Stages of Workplace Learning [revised] (Learning […]

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TLW 70: The Future of Learning?

December 1, 2011

          Topic: The Future of Learning? The Future of Learning (Chief Learning Officer) Understanding Informal and Social Learning (Center for Learning & performance Technologies) The Ubiquity of Informal Learning: Beyond the 70/20/10 Model (Ben Bett’s Stoatly Different blog)   Articles for this Week: Inventing the Collaborative Workspace (HBR blog) Reverse Mentoring […]

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