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“Your visual thinking, That, more than anything, is what I think is special about you. You have talent there, I think.” — Anne Marie Rattray

This is the feedback I got regarding the strengths I build. Below are some of …

What are the predominant soft skills when working from anywhere, aka distributed work? This is a question we had in our Perpetual Beta Coffee Club at the end of Spring 2020. Below the take from the host of the …

“I love @rotanarotana way of being able to capture what he’s learning and working on each day https://rotanaty.com/2021/03/15/motion – the title most fitting “motion” because without that we’d be standing still, not growing or developing. Taking stock of what we

I tweeted:

“Participating for the second time in the #PKMastery workshop to revisit, develop and refine my work and learning practices with a global cohort and @hjarche https://twitter.com/hjarche/status/1365337275656200202

I participated in 2020 in the Personal Knowledge Mastery Workshop.

What caught my attention on weeks 4 and 5 of 2021.

“In other words, the future of work isn’t so much about competing against the robots as it is about leveraging your human talents to do what the robots can’t.

The Personal Knowledge Mastery workshop is the crème de la crème of remote, self-directed, and peer-learning experiences that I have enjoyed very much. Big shout out to Harold Jarche.

In this series of blog posts, you can dive deep …

Wrapping up the PKM Workshop

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

I have enjoyed the learning experience very much, which was brought by Harold

At #LTFrance 2020

On February 5th and 6th, I spent a few hours at the Learning Technologies France conference for the first time. As an attendee, I went to some conferences: one on workplace learning design, one on the impact …

Harold Jarche shares in his blog post:

“It is easy to remember Seek > Sense > Share. From there, more detailed representations can be developed, based on experience and reflection, where the core framework is not dependent on me.

“We should find others who are sharing their knowledge flow and in turn contribute our own. #PKMastery is not about being a better digital librarian, or curator, it’s about becoming a participating member of a networked society.” — Harold Jarche