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This is what caught my attention on week 33 of 2020.

Continuous Learning

“With increased remote work, rise of gig-based economies, digital transformation and automation, the landscape of work has already started to change in a post COVID world. If

What caught my attention on week 29 of 2020.

First thing first. I revisited this chat over a podcast I was co-hosting. Topic: from having a fixed mindset to a growth mindset. Bottom line: to grow it starts with starting …

What caught my attention on week 20 of 2020.

Micro Level

This is a take from Bruce McTague after I shared the visual and the blog post on my learning journey.

“upper left hand corner” embrace not knowing” that’s

“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 …

Soft skills are human, permanent, and foundational by @hjarche

Soft skills separate humans from machines. They are permanent skills. For the past several centuries we have used human labour to do what machines cannot. First the machines caught up

1. “Hyper-collaborative organisations need people with hyper-cooperative behaviours… Image: @gapingvoid” — @simbeckhampson

 

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What if ‘work culture’ looks like working and learning out loud, collaboration and cooperation, co-creation and autonomy?

What if failing, working and learning together – privately …

Leadership is changing as networked models become more prominent. Great overview of some key emerging attributes: curiosity, courage, and empowering others. And yes, you can FEEL the difference immediately. It’s remarkable. Great overview from @rotanarotana” — @rhappe 

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This …

“Get some fresh air, and go outdoors to run, walk and exercise. Move your muscles and get your blood pumping. Do so without bringing your phone along — just enjoy the symphony of nature ringing in your ears.

Switch your

“Unlike courses, workshops, or conferences, coaching is completely focused on your needs. Particular areas of focus are any of the various topics discussed here, such as:

  • Networked management & leadership

  • Nurturing a learning organization

  • Finding communities of practice

  • Knowledge networks

“Empty mind, ready for anything, open to everything; beginner’s mind many possibilities, experts few.” — Shunryu Suzuki

Our world is in constant change. On technological, societal, geopolitical and/or ecological levels. To adapt to those changes, we need to keep …