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 […]

What Can L&D Learn from Marketing?

Both marketing and L&D share the single-minded goal of influencing thinking and behavior. They deal with similar challenges including how to build more connection and […]

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 […]

Friday Finds | March 9, 2018

“There are two powers in the world; one is the sword and the other is the pen. There is a great competition and rivalry between […]

#Lrnchat Reflection 01

Before last night, I had participated in one other #lrnchat a couple of months ago. I need to make it a regular practice. One of […]

JANE BOZARTH – CRYSTAL BALLING WITH LEARNNOVATORS

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RYAN TRACEY – CRYSTAL BALLING WITH LEARNNOVATORS

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Learning to Fail Well

Each of us defines our own successes and failures in different ways. Also, not all failures are created equal. Some can be preventable especially when […]

Reflections on #lrnchat: 70:20:10

This week’s #lrnchat explored the value of 70:20:10. I always find looking at the questions that are used to loosely guide the conversation as a […]

Ryan Tracey – Crystal Balling with Learnnovators

ABOUT RYAN TRACEY Ryan Tracey is an E‑Learning Manager in the Australian financial services industry. He is also an Editorial Board Member for eLearn Magazine, […]

Why I #lrnchat

Every Thursday at 5:30 PM PST, a bunch of folks get together on twitter and chat about all things learning in our weekly #lrnchat @lrnchat. #lrnchat started […]

Agree or disagree? 10 tips for better surveys — part 3

Posted by John Kleeman This is the third and last post in my “Agree or disagree” series on writing effective attitude surveys. In the first […]

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