Ten People Every Learning Pro Should Know

I was just talking with colleague the other day about the best way to get started in the Learning & Development field when I saw Amanda Nolan´s Linkedin post asking for some input on people´s favorite resources for new comers. I wanted to answer but I quickly realized that I would need more space than a social media reply would allow. So here are some of the people and resources I´ve found most valuable.

The first, and most important thing for someone new to our field is curiosity. Many people find their way into our profession ¨accidentally¨. I´ve yet to meet the person who has dreamed all their life of becoming an instructional designer, elearning devolper, or any other L&D role. While it is natural to follow your intuition when you´re just starting out, it is curiosity that sets a great practioner apart from all the rest. The curiosity to confirm that your intuition is aligned to evidence-based practices. It is also curiosity that drives the desire to continuously learn and always looking to improve.

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