Learning Rebels Blog

Learning Rebels challenge the conventional thinking of “Learning and Development”, supporting different points-of-view of how learning should be more innovative, engaging and ultimately create more of an impact. Here you will find outside of the norm expressions of Learning and Development; hopefully providing the reader with a tip or two, something to laugh about, to consider – or just to challenge the status-quo. Equally as important Learning Rebels is an area to support other L&D professionals in their quest to provide world class, cutting-edge learning solutions for their organizations. It doesn’t take a majority to make a rebellion; it takes only a few determined leaders and a sound cause. ~H.L. Mencken

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Posts by Learning Rebels Blog

Skills Gap Analysis for the Future of Work

How do we conduct a skills gap analysis for the future of work, when we aren’t sure what the future of work is? It’s a […]

6 Tactics to Successfully Work with Subject Matter Experts

When it comes to developing a learning program that is not only compelling and engaging but is highly accurate and relevant, successfully working with subject […]

6 Keys to Build a Culture of Collaboration

Building a Culture of Collaboration As the way of doing business has shifted – meeting fatigue has morphed into Zoom fatigue. When that started happening, as […]

ATD 2021 It’s a Wrap: Going Virtual with Jana Chamberlin

Ever realize that you don’t know how much you crave something until it’s taken away? I think that was all of us who regularly attend […]

Curiosity as a Business Practice

Trying to define curiosity is like trying to define the color blue. Depending on your perspective, mindset, and motivations – curiosity could mean being open […]

Moving from Onboarding to “Warm Welcomes”

I’ve been doing some research, and the gap regarding the importance of new hire onboarding and how the actual experience is handled is interesting. The […]

How L&D Can Transform the “New Normal”

Normal is not something to aspire to – it’s something to get away from ~ Jody Foster So why all this talk about a “new […]

Is Your Workplace Digital Divide Creating “Access Agony”?

Access Agony. As discussed in part one of this discussion, having a workplace digital divide creates, “Access Agony1”. We have all felt ‘access agony” at […]

Why the Workplace Digital Divide Matters

Originally written for Go1, “Bridging the Digital Divide” Let’s start with providing clarity around the term “Workplace Digital Divide”. The “workplace digital divide” is the […]

Keys to Hacking Virtual Networking

Let’s face it – networking is a PAIN in the best of times and when it comes to virtual networking – it’s even more painful. […]

5 Steps to a Successful Blended Learning Strategy

Blended Learning Strategy This Blended Learning post was originally written for DominKnow.com Since the beginning of time, companies have relied on instructor-led format for training […]

5 Common Virtual Learning Issues and Solutions

COVID-19 notwithstanding, there are many benefits to consider when making the shift to a virtual learning platform from traditional instructor-led delivery. Consider advanced flexibility, productivity […]

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