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Towards Workplace Learning For All over Corporate Learning

his week, I participated in a one-day conference on The Future of the Corporate University, a hybrid event – on-site in Paris, France and remote over Zoom.


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“ESCP and the

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ime to continue a community series after I published last month a post on community reflection. So here is a new curated write-up on starting and nurturing communities.


Starting a community.

fter I got back from vacation, this week of recalibration was interesting while engaging one conversation at a time in social networks. Questions trigger deep, meaningful connections and conversations. Below are two questions that you may consider mulling over as …

Mentoring – Why, ways & which

RT @marciamarcia RT @tloh: “I don’t have one mentor. My network mentors me.” — Reid Hoffman, as quoted in @Forbes magazine” via @lehawes

What does an uplifting learning relationship/experience look like? I heard …

Transform: a review and notes from the NextGen Enterprise Summit 2020

This post is a humble review of the event I participated in, and how to share the notes I took to live in my notebook. 

Summit Experience

Thanks to

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 …

Embracing complexity while engaging

“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

 

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Greatest Learning Circles – Observations & Learning from Experience

Working out loud and learning out loud circles can work if:

  • People build on each other ideas.
  • People know who to hear and jump in with valuable insights, experience, thoughts and

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Future Skills in a Networked Society

Building 21st Century Skills

“How do you teach people to be more comfortable with ambiguity?”

My response was: “The first thing we need to do is