Tag Archives: Pace

Curation in Social Leadership [part 2]

Yesterday I started to expand out some of the ideas around Curation in Social Leadership. I discussed how Social Leadership is a style of leadership suited to the Social Age: it’s contextual and consensual and founded within our communities. I … Continue reading

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Words About Learning: Pace

Woke up to a long list of jobs, settled at the table in my AirBnB, then stopped, stepped outside, and ordered a coffee by the Amstel. In the sun. With my book. It is, after all, always possible to be … Continue reading

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Slowing things down and making them bigger. Examining the pace and length of learning.

Smaller, faster, better: that’s the mantra that surrounds learning these days. Just in time, on demand, mobile and chunked. We keep moving towards shorter, more consumable learning experiences, based on an assumption that people won’t engage with longer pieces, or … Continue reading

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