Tag Archives: behaviours

A six stage methodology for learning. Part 3 – Demonstration

This week i’m exploring my Methodology for learning in more detail: today, it’s the second stage, Demonstration. Whenever we are designing training, it’s important that, at some point, we demonstrate what we mean. This may appear obvious, but you’d be … Continue reading

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8 behaviours of Social Leadership

I started exploring the traits of the Social Leader yesterday and wanted to follow up with some further thoughts today. The Social Leader can navigate formal and informal spaces with ease, equally at home engaging online as in person. The … Continue reading

Posted in Adaptability, Agile, Authority, Collaboration, Community, Culture, Effectiveness, Formal Spaces, Global, Knowledge, Leadership, Learning, Management, Networking, Personal Brand, Personal Learning Network, Social Learning, Social Media | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | 8 Comments

Mobile learning in action: Informal performance support

A small group of us were crammed onto a table in a subterranean London restaurant: conversation was varied but one thing was constant. We snapped away with our phones, emailed notes and articles to each other and supplemented our conversations … Continue reading

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The ease of engagement: how we learn to participate in social learning spaces.

If i say that riding a bike is intuitive, i mean that no conscious thought is needed to do it, that anyone can just pick it up, that no instruction is required. My statement would, of course, be wrong: it … Continue reading

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