What Type of L&D Guru Are You?

Learning and development pros come in all shapes and sizes, and often from very different backgrounds from an instructional design and even philosophical standpoint. But, no matter their instructional model of preference, personal viewpoint, and go-to communication style, there’s a lot to be learned from all different types of learning content creators.

We thought it would be fun during these challenging times to create some classic learning designer profiles and see where you categorize yourself and your colleagues; (I, for one, am a Free Spirit Thinker).

While we had a good time putting these profiles together, you can take them a step further toward serious analysis by thinking of them as conversation starters for your team. What makes you think, discuss, and consider content creation? What do you need to be best supported for success and how in turn can you offer that support to the training professionals in your sphere?

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