6 learning strategies to address pandemic-triggered trends

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When COVID -19 shuttered offices, it’s no exaggeration to say learning and development professionals played a key role in assuring their organizations survived and thrived. Actively tending to burnout now and in the future is key for every learning professional.

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The Future of Seamless Learning and Development 2022

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Our traditional foundation holds itself strong in value system and institution, so why do employees dread participating in traditional learning? There are different people in different demographics with different learning styles. Learning is an effort. E-Learning

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MOOCs: Building Personal Learning Networks

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One major change that MOOCs have greatly contributed to is the gaining recognition of learning as a primarily social activity, where the networks created are just as important (if not more important) as the content learned. The traditional practice of an instructor standing in front of a class of daydreaming students has been tossed out the window in favor of a new picture of an instructor as a facilitator who assists students to teach and learn from others and themselves.

The Best of Both Worlds: Learning Through a Marketer’s Lens

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When a leader with deep marketing expertise is asked to take over a learning role, learning — specifically leadership development — becomes exciting. At least that’s what happened when 3M Chief Learning Officer Janette Shimanski took over the company learning function in 2015. Marketing and learning share many similarities. That can be a mistake; marketing can have a powerful influence on whether a learning leaders’ efforts succeed or fail.