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What caught my attention on week 18 of 2020.

Learning now and in the long now is about widening interests, swimming in seas of signals, discovering mindsets – emerging in solo and networks.

Collaboration x Cooperation

“Had fun speaking at

As I have dived into few resources on distributed work and remote learning from my network, I thought it can be useful to share few tips on facilitating online meetings from master online facilitators such as Nancy White and from …

Wrapping up the PKM Workshop

So, after 60 days the remote workshop ‘Personal Knowledge Mastery’ (PKM), that started on 13th January 2020, will close on 20th March.

I have enjoyed very much the learning experience, that was brought by …

From my weekly newsletters / curated blog posts, I have reviewed the crème de la crème of insights from my network and moi in 2019.

“We are surfers exploring the present, riding waves generated in the past and curious

Assess Yourself

“Engagement begins at home. All engagement stems from how we engage within ourselves, and how we engage with people in our everyday life.” — Scott Gould on his weekly newsletter, 18th October 2019

Consider doing the engagement

“Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.” ― Albert Camus

We have moved from Summertime to Autumn.

tree autumn leaf curiosity multidisciplinarity colors exploring rotana ty
Source: photo shot by moi during a stroll in Copenhagen, Denmark.

I am mulling over actions and deep thoughts …

On Roles to Play

“Thus, there is a clear role here for learning & development. The shift is from dispersing information to facilitating the processes where learning happens. Ensuring that the social infrastructure is developed to be constructive is one

Trusted Relationships

“People need space and time to build relationships. Trusted relationships enable knowledge to flow faster across the organization. People will never be more efficient than machines, but they can be more curious, creative, and empathetic.” — @hjarche

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“When we are curious, we engage the world by exploring, learning, and making meaning from our discoveries” — @ariannahuff

Curiosity is important in our modern world and its importance. How do we develop curiosity and future skills?

Well, I share …

“Education would be transformed if #learning how-to-learn was considered as important as what was to be learnt. To master the skills needed in the future, hand out fishing rods, not fish.” — @simbeckhampson

 

“Foreign experiences increase both cognitive flexibility