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Creating a Culture of Learning in the New Year

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A culture of learning isn’t all about technology or blending face-to-face (F2F) with online experiences. It’s not dependent on social media or boastful trends. A culture of learning is about building—in a thoughtful, systematic way—a structure and vision for enabling employees to do their best.

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Creating a Culture of Learning in the New Year

  1. March 10 2016 Creating a Culture of Learning in the New Year The start of a new year is great time for learning leaders and talent development pros to inspire a new culture of learning at their organizations. The benefits of an effective learning culture include: • More productivity • Better employee retention • Attracting top talent • Improved return on investment (ROI) • A boost in return on expectation (ROE) Laurie Burruss laurie@lynda.com
  2. Laurie Burruss is. . . • ALWAYS: A storyteller, recently a digital storyteller • NOW: 22 years Professor Emeritus in Interaction Design @ Pasadena City College • CURRENTLY: Education Innovation Advisor @ lynda.com 
 http://www.lynda.com laurie@lynda.com • AND ALSO: 15 years as Director of the Pasadena Digital Media Center serving the State of California Community Colleges as a regional resource for collaboration between education, industry, and the community
 http://www.pasadena.edu/dmc-pcc Pre-K 4 yrs old
  3. Our ability to continuously learn and adapt will determine the extent to which we thrive in today’s organizations, in our personal lives, and in these . . . times.
  4. Does your organization encourage and support a culture of learning? Yes Somewhat No POLL #1
  5. What is a culture of learning?
  6. What is a culture of learning? the integrated pattern of human knowledge, belief, and behavior that depends upon the capacity for learning The set of shared attitudes, values, goals, and practices that characterizes an institution or organization
  7. “There is a need to retool yourself, and you should not expect to stop.” –Randall Stephenson, CEO & Chair AT&T http://www.nytimes.com/2016/02/14/technology/gearing-up-for-the-cloud-att-tells-its-workers-adapt-or-else.html?smprod=nytcore-iphone&smid=nytcore-iphone-share&_r=0
  8. –Johnny Appleseed “Type a quote here.” https://hbr.org/2014/11/what-high-performers-want-at-work?utm_campaign=HBR&utm_source=linkedin&utm_medium=social
  9. –Johnny Appleseed “Type a quote here.” https://hbr.org/2014/11/what-high-performers-want-at-work?utm_campaign=HBR&utm_source=linkedin&utm_medium=social 4 9 11
  10. LEARNING LANDSCAPELearning content has evolved. There are now more choices than ever before to get the right learning to the right people at the right time. LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT IT APPLICATIONS CUSTOMER SERVICE COMPLIANCE AND ETHICS FINANCE AND BANKING TYPES OF CONTENT TECHNOLOGY (PROGRAMING/DEVELOPMENT) BUSINESS/ PROFESSIONAL SKILLS SOFT SKILLS (COMMUNICATION) SALES AND MARKETING DESIGN HUMAN RESOURCES/ LEARNING & DEVELOPMENT get.degreed.com/learning-landscape Online courses Video courses Bootcamps Podcasts Videos Open courseware MOOCs Ebooks Articles/Guides Short Courses Screencasts Audio books 2016
  11. learn connect create ❖ Identify the gaps in current knowledge or experience ❖ Research what is “new” or unfamiliar in your field ❖ Develop a list of skills you want to pick up https://hbr.org/2016/01/plan-your-professional-development-for-the-year ❖ Explore interesting “horizon” trends ❖ In your business (soft skills) move them from red to yellow to green ❖ Create something ❖ Share something http://www.freeimages.com/
  12. learn connect create ❖ Identify the gaps in current knowledge or experience ❖ Research what is “new” or unfamiliar in your field ❖ Develop a list of skills you want to pick up https://hbr.org/2016/01/plan-your-professional-development-for-the-year ❖ Explore interesting “horizon” trends ❖ In your business (soft skills) move them from red to yellow to green ❖ Create something ❖ Share something http://www.freeimages.com/
  13. learn connect create ❖ Identify the gaps in current knowledge or experience ❖ Research what is “new” or unfamiliar in your field ❖ Develop a list of skills you want to pick up https://hbr.org/2016/01/plan-your-professional-development-for-the-year ❖ Explore interesting “horizon” trends ❖ In your business (soft skills) move them from red to yellow to green ❖ Create something ❖ Share something http://www.freeimages.com/
  14. learn connect create ❖ Identify the gaps in current knowledge or experience ❖ Research what is “new” or unfamiliar in your field ❖ Develop a list of skills you want to pick up https://hbr.org/2016/01/plan-your-professional-development-for-the-year ❖ Explore interesting “horizon” trends ❖ In your business (soft skills) move them from red to yellow to green ❖ Create something ❖ Share something http://www.freeimages.com/
  15. learn connect create ❖ Identify the gaps in current knowledge or experience ❖ Research what is “new” or unfamiliar in your field ❖ Develop a list of skills you want to pick up https://hbr.org/2016/01/plan-your-professional-development-for-the-year ❖ Explore interesting “horizon” trends ❖ In your business (soft skills) move them from red to yellow to green ❖ Create something ❖ Share something http://www.freeimages.com/
  16. The ability to continually develop and improve one’s skills and knowledge in order to: ❖ Perform effectively and adapt to changes in the workplace ❖ Take responsibility for keeping up-to-date on current research and technology in one's work ❖ Identify and pursue areas for development and training that will enhance job performance ❖ Reflect on and learn from ongoing organizational changes WHAT’S THE LITMUS TEST? Continuous Learning http://essentialskills.ideascale.com/a/dtd/Review-of-definition-for-Continuous-Learning/94638-17651
  17. Greater PURPOSE Ask a BIG question. What’s my sentence? Vision for a Culture of Learning ?
  18. –Clare Booth Luce Author, Politician, Ambassador “A great man is one sentence.”
  19. – https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/b/bb/Abraham_Lincoln_O-118_by_Gardner,_1865.jpg He preserved the Union and freed the slaves. My One Sentence
  20. – https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/b/bb/Abraham_Lincoln_O-118_by_Gardner,_1865.jpg He preserved the Union and freed the slaves. Laurie is a passionate teacher who loves interaction design (and all that means), a thought leader who evangelizes teaching and learning and a storyteller in pictures and words.
  21. –Dorie Clark, 01.07.2015 CEO, Clark Strategic Communications “How can I ensure that I am more valuable at the end of the year than I was at the beginning?” https://hbr.org/2016/01/plan-your-professional-development-for-the-year https://www.flickr.com/photos/mattridings/15093615417
  22. MOTIVATION 1.0 MOTIVATION 2.0 MOTIVATION 3. 0 Survival Compliance Engagement Vision for a Culture of Learning Abilities are infinitely improvable
  23. –Aza Steele CEO, GoGuardian “Knowledge is not the commodity —the commodity is being able to take these various parts of a problem and put them together in a new creative way.” http://qz.com/608355/education-in-america-is-on-the-cusp-of-a-dramatic-change-will-the-country-let-it-happen/ https://i.ytimg.com/vi/YBtVcUo106s/maxresdefault.jpg
  24. DELIBERATE PRACTICE http://www.freeimages.com/photo/playing-1422394 • Change up the learning • Set new goals • Strain • Repeat, repeat, repeat • Seek constant critical feedback • Focus on where you need help Vision for a Culture of Learning
  25. –Anders Ericsson Psychologist, Scholar, Florida State University “A lifelong period of deliberate effort to improve performance in a specific domain.” http://www.amazon.com/Peak-Secrets-New-Science-Expertise-ebook/dp/B011H56MKS http://scottdmiller.com/wp-content/uploads/2008%20Anders%20from%20filter%20shoot.JPG
  26. SMALL measures of IMPROVEMENT No overnight success. No QUICK FIX. Did I do more? Did I do (it) well? http://www.freeimages.com/photo/spotty-dotty-2-1170276 http://www.freeimages.com/photo/marathon-rotterdam-2-1553221 Deliberate Practice
  27. SMALL measures of IMPROVEMENT No overnight success. No QUICK FIX. Did I do more? Did I do (it) well? http://www.freeimages.com/photo/spotty-dotty-2-1170276 http://www.freeimages.com/photo/marathon-rotterdam-2-1553221 Deliberate Practice
  28. –Johnny Appleseed “Type a quote here.” Baby Steps: Chunk up the learning https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IcA0Z6XPAmc
  29. GOLDILOCKS tasks Not too easy . . . Not too hard. . . Deliberate Practice
  30. GOLDILOCKS tasks Deliberate Practice Too Little Just Right! Too Much
  31. Take a LEARNING BREAK Stefan Sagmeister Every 7 years/1 year off 25 years of learning 40 years of working 25 years of retirement http://uh8yh30l48rpize52xh0q1o6i.wpengine.netdna-cdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/40128_82e801660d7d1670_b.jpghttp://www.amazon.com/Things-have-learned-life-far/dp/0810995298 Deliberate Practice
  32. Continuous Learning means to develop, grow, and utilize new strategies that will equip employees for the increasingly complex problems they face in their organizations.   Seek feedback, process it, and adapt themselves based on newfound understanding of themselves, situations, and problems. #icecreamtruck #lynda #arvato
  33. –Johnny Appleseed “Type a quote here.” http://i.imgur.com/gS20Ewg.gif?noredirect Manage expectations
  34. 10% Time LEARNING 40 hours 4 hrs Manage expectations http://www.freeimages.com/photo/clock-1466392
  35. The D. I. Y. PERFORMANCE REVIEW Figure out your goals: • Mostly learning goals • A few performance goals • Monthly appraisal http://www.freeimages.com/photo/spiral-bound-notebook-1-1240231 O.Y.O. (own your own) learning - It’s always personal!
  36. The D. I. Y. PERFORMANCE REVIEW Figure out your goals: • Mostly learning goals • A few performance goals • Monthly appraisal • Set both smaller & larger goals for your evaluation so some are always being accomplished • Align your work/school to your larger purpose • Be brutally honest by improving performance to achieve mastery • If solo doesn’t work, small groups of colleagues - peer-based DIY Performance review http://www.freeimages.com/photo/spiral-bound-notebook-1-1240231 O.Y.O. (own your own) learning - It’s always personal!
  37. https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/3/32/Blank-calendar_grid.png Calendar Template: Deliberate Practice ? LEARNING CHALLENGECalendar Template: No shame, no blame success LEARNING DIARY/JOURNAL X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
  38. Learning Tenets for a Culture of Learning
  39. Avoid the BARRIERS I am too old I wasn’t ever good It’s a waste of time I don’t have enough time DETOUR DERAIL Tenet 01 http://www.freeimages.com/photo/perspective-1485008
  40. FRAZZLE>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>><<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<STRESS rumination worry anxiety never-ending list making
  41. FOCUS<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>FLOW fantasy day dream immersive experience total passion
  42. LEARNING DIET DEEP FOCUS 3 Act Structure - Focus - Flow - Feedback Thoughts vs Chatter Start vs Procrastinate Doable vs Overwhelmed Focus & Flow
  43. FLEXIBILITY PERSONALISATION I am able to focus my career on what I need and what I want to learn.
  44. PERMISSION to learn Tenet 02 http://www.freeimages.com/photo/no-entry-sign-1145042
  45. PERMISSION to learn POSTITIVITY Open awareness Serendipity Exploration Tenet 02 http://www.freeimages.com/photo/no-entry-sign-1145042
  46. Open Day Head Office Arvato lynda.com Pre-Launch Incentivized with Ice Cream Van
  47. RELEVANCE Why am I learning this? How is it relevant to the world I live in now? Tenet 03
  48. Spider Graph Template: Recognizing your strengths & weaknesses LEARNING CHALLENGE WEB BIZ DESIGN DEV ED VIDEO PHOTO 3D IT AUDIO MKTG CAD Utilizing the data from my course history, plot number of courses watched versus number of hours watched. My peak areas of interest are Web, Biz, Design, & Dev. Knowing these are my “core” or strength areas, I can recognize my weaknesses. Looks like I should be watching more Business courses around Productivity & Soft Skills. Design Thinking and Writing are now on my roadmap. Flat = weak Pointed = strength # of Courses Watched # of Hours Watched Core strengths
  49. Creative COCOON Learning environment Redesign for focused flow, for attention, for collaboration, for ideation, for learning Tenet 04 http://www.freeimages.com/photo/cocoon-1314669
  50. NO competition zone YES safe zone Design/Redesign your learning environment.
  51. NO competition zone YES safe zone Design/Redesign your learning environment.
  52. Employees @Arvato Learning anytime, anywhere with any device
  53. RULE OF 3 3 New Courses per month Change it up. If I miss one - add one to the next week. If I exceed 3 - Wow! Small rewards as you see success. 6 months later, doing 4 - 6 sessions easily. In shape learning. Tenet 05 How about 45 minutes, 3 times/week? Make it doable, fun & habit-forming
  54. make it stick learn something
  55. for 45 - 50 min 20% 80% + = 3X per week to make it stick interval spaced practice for new learning Rule of THREE: No shame, no blame success LEARNING DIARY/JOURNAL
  56. https://www.flickr.com/photos/x-ray_delta_one/5859223274 Word Wheel Template: Variety & Diversity LEARNING CHALLENGE
  57. DESIGN BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT NEW TOOLS DesignThinking Protoyping jQuery Bootstrap MSSway DataViz PivotTables ProjMgmt SPIN Word Wheel Template: Variety & Diversity LEARNING CHALLENGE
  58. D.I.Y SPINNER https://www.flickr.com/photos/x-ray_delta_one/5859223274 Word Wheel Template: Variety & Diversity LEARNING CHALLENGE Write in the Top 12 Skillsets required for an occupation. Spin every time you're ready for a NEW Course. UX
  59. FedEx Learning Project-Based/Evidence-based Learning 1 day to deliver something Add time constraints • Same day • Next day • 2 - 3 day shipping Tenet 06
  60. What can you actually get done? You have two children, a wife, extended family, and responsibilities, and you have a full-time profession. What can you give up, or what can you rebalance and actually get done? That's an adult decision. That's a tough thing to do. –Keith Carter http://www.lynda.com/Photography-Portraits-tutorials/Going-deeper-Give-yourself-project/76562/95265-4.html
  61. 01 Infographic/Data Viz Project 01 Playlist http://www.lynda.com/SharedPlaylist/ 841c7b6a325142fea52a990a7ef3eea6 Cross disciplinary Primary Data Evidence supported research Data Visualization Design Thinking Browser ready Project 01 Brief: 01_infographic.pdf Project-Based Learning
  62. 01 Infographic/Data Viz Project 01 Playlist http://www.lynda.com/SharedPlaylist/ 841c7b6a325142fea52a990a7ef3eea6 Cross disciplinary Primary Data Evidence supported research Data Visualization Design Thinking Browser ready Project 01 Brief: 01_infographic.pdf 01_Infographic lynda.com!Online!Training!Library! —Infographics:!Planning!&!Wireframing(EX3Files3on3server)3 !!!!http://www.lynda.com/InfographicsBtutorials/InfographicsBPlanningBandBWireframing/89311B2.html3 3 —Infographics:!Area!Bubbles(EX3Files3on3server)3 333http://www.lynda.com/ExcelBCS4Btutorials/InfographicsBAreaBBubbles/89313B2.html33 —Infographics:!Visualizing!Relationships(EX3Files3on3server)3 &&&&http://www.lynda.com/InfographicsUtutorials/InfographicsUVisualizingURelationships/89312U2.html3 ! Infographics!or!Information!graphics:!(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infographic)6 6 Graphic&visual&representations&of&information,&data&or&knowledge.&These&graphics&present& complex&information&quickly&and&clearly,[1] &such&as&in&signs,&maps,&journalism,&technical&writing,& and&education.&& & Why!use!infographics?! To&communicate&a&message&or&“story”& To&present&large&amount&of&information&in&a&compact&and&easy&to&understand&way& To&reveal&the&data&–&discovering&cause&and&effect&relationships& To&over&time&show&the&evolution&of&certain&factors&and&issues& & An!Infographic:!Why!Infographics:&http://www.infographicsshowcase.com/wpB content/uploads/2010/03/UseBInfographics.jpg3 & Objective:&To&create&an&infographic&for&a&blog&site&that&shows&through&interpretation&of&data&4&–& 6&visualizations&of&relationships&around&one&theme&or&idea.& & Dimensions:&(for&a&blog&post)& Width:&850&px&& Height:&No&greater&than&5000&px& Scrolling:&vertical& & PART!I:!THE!WIREFRAME! 1. Target&and&describe&the&audience&for&this&infographic.&& & 2. Define&what&questions&can&be&answered&by&the&primary&data&sources&that&lends& Project-Based Learning
  63. 01 Infographic/Data Viz Project 01 Playlist http://www.lynda.com/SharedPlaylist/ 841c7b6a325142fea52a990a7ef3eea6 Cross disciplinary Primary Data Evidence supported research Data Visualization Design Thinking Browser ready Project 01 Brief: 01_infographic.pdf Project-Based Learning
  64. Quick Trick - Instant Playlist: FAVORITE AUTHOR http://www.lynda.com/Chris-Converse/947917-1.html
  65. REWARD yourself
 & others Intrinsic motivation - Informal learning Extrinsic motivation - Formal learning Recognition for achievement There’s an app for that - stickk.com Tenet 07 http://www.freeimages.com/photo/coffee-2-1327659
  66. https://www.stickk.com/
  67. First Winners of the eLearning Cup Awarded for “best usage” Customer Service in Dublin Arvato This cup has traveled to Manila 2X, currently in China, and headed to Brazil next.
  68. Gavin, Arvato, and Silke, lynda.com kick off a learning-at-work campaign with cake!
  69. Birds of a Feather Follow your tribe Learn from others Old Welsh Proverb "people having similar characters, backgrounds, interests, or beliefs" Tenet 08
  70. Cloud, Data, Marketing, Mobile http://blog.linkedin.com/2016/01/12/the-25-skills-that-can-get-you-hired-in-2016/ BoF [birds of a feather] Learning
  71. Learning Roulette: Print these cards, cut apart, shuffle, and choose 1. Once completed - fill in the dot! You earned it! Cloud and Distributed Computing • Courses: • Cloud Computing • Big Data • Hadoop • Amazon Web Services • Open Jobs Network and Information Security • Courses: • Network Security • Vulnerability Assessment • Computer Forensics • Cryptography • Open Jobs Virtualization • Courses: • VMware vSphere • VMware Workstation • Hyper-V • Open Jobs Statistical Analysis and Data Mining • Courses: • R • SPSS • Data Analysis • Open Jobs User Interface Design • Courses: • Interaction Design • User Experience Design • Wireframes • Mobile Design • Accessibility • Open Jobs Business Intelligence • Courses: • Tableau • QlikView • Crystal Reports • Open Jobs Mobile Development • Courses: • Swift • iOS Development • Android Development • Open Jobs Perl/Python/Ruby • Courses: • Python • Ruby on Rails • Perl • Open Jobs (Perl) • Open Jobs (Python) Database Management and Software • Courses: • SQL • Microsoft SQL Server • Database Administration • Open Jobs (Database Management) • Open Jobs (Software Engineer) http://blog.linkedin.com/2016/01/12/the-25-skills-that-can-get-you-hired-in-2016/
  72. http://www.bloomberg.com/graphics/2016-job-skills-report/
  73. http://www.bloomberg.com/graphics/2016-job-skills-report/
  74. http://www.bloomberg.com/graphics/2016-job-skills-report/
  75. Quadrant Graph Template: 50/50 soft + hard LEARNING CHALLENGE List the TOP TEN Skills Sets your desire. Place a DOT sticker in the correct quadrants according to job descriptions. Whatever lands in the SWEET SPOT is your Learning Challenge APPRENTICE NOVICE EXPERT PRACTITIONER A.K.A. ‘THE SWEET SPOT’ YOUR INDUSTRY:ENTRY LEVEL DOT COM TOP 10 SKILL SETS for your DESIRED ROLE 1 LEADERSHIP 2 ABILITY TO WORK IN TEAMS 3 WRITTEN COMMUNICATION SKILLS 4 PROBLEM-SOLVING SKILLS 5 STRONG WORK ETHIC 6 DATA SECURITY 7 DATA ANALYSIS 8 DEVELOPMENT (WEB, PROGRAM, APP, MOBILE/DEVICE) 9 PROJECT MANAGEMENT 10 DATABASE MANAGEMENT https://www.ziprecruiter.com/blog/the-top-5-job-skills-employers-are-looking-for-in-2015/
  76. TEACH what you learn SHARE what you learn FEEDBACK for what you learn Teach others Share the learning (love) Hunger for feedback New respect/new self-awareness Tenet 09 http://www.freeimages.com/photo/math-1182795
  77. Rembrandt group portrait, The Syndics of the Clothmaker's Guild, 1662. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Portrait_painting#/media/File:Rembrandt_-_De_Staalmeesters-_het_college_van_staalmeesters_(waardijns)_van_het_Amsterdamse_lakenbereidersgilde_-_Google_Art_Project.jpg
  78. Rembrandt group portrait, The Syndics of the Clothmaker's Guild, 1662. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Portrait_painting#/media/File:Rembrandt_-_De_Staalmeesters-_het_college_van_staalmeesters_(waardijns)_van_het_Amsterdamse_lakenbereidersgilde_-_Google_Art_Project.jpg Really! More Excel. I just want to be inspired! Debbie Millman on Branding, Design Matters & Personal Work! I have watched this so many times, but I always return to refresh. Code Clinic: JavaScript On the Best Seller list this month at LDC this month is Foundations of Programming: Fundamentals. Classics are always good. Brushing up on Excel. How about Excel 2015: Charts in Depth . . . Hate to say this guys but we’re getting up there. My choice: Improving Your Memory I feel like doing something that’s just plain fun. Like Maker: The New Art Class with Chris Reilly. The Learning Club
  79. https://www.linkedin.com/groups/7022790http://www.lynda.com/Creativity-tutorials/Design-Thinking-Business-Creative-Success/433738-2.html
  80. https://www.linkedin.com/groups/7022790http://www.lynda.com/Creativity-tutorials/Design-Thinking-Business-Creative-Success/433738-2.html Learning Groups on LinkedIn for Lynda.com
  81. http://zengerfolkman.com/feedback-practices-perceptions/
  82. http://zengerfolkman.com/feedback-practices-perceptions/
  83. GUIDE & MENTOR Tenet 10 Lynda.com RECIPE for Learning • Expert coach • Well-designed training • Flexibility and Choice • Engaging with full attention • Continuous feedback loop
  84. GUIDE & MENTOR Tenet 10 Lynda.com RECIPE for Learning • Expert coach • Well-designed training • Flexibility and Choice • Engaging with full attention • Continuous feedback loop
  85. GUIDE & MENTOR Tenet 10 Ask for help Observe the more experienced Try new ways of doing something Explore the unfamiliar alternative Practice your already learned mastery Find ways to improve See as investment in yourself, your work, your life Say thank you. . .
  86. ❖ Mentorship is a relationship in which a more experienced or more knowledgeable person helps to guide a less experienced or less knowledgeable person. ❖ The mentor may be older or younger, but have a certain area of expertise. ❖ It is a learning and development partnership between someone with vast experience and someone who wants to learn.[1] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mentor_(Odyssey)#/media/File:Telemachus_and_Mentor1.JPG Telemachus and Mentor in the Odyssey
  87. Honor MASTERY Novice > Apprentice > Practitioner > Expert https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sistine_Chapel_ceiling#/media/File:CAPPELLA_SISTINA_Ceiling.jpg The path to expertise & fluency
  88. The 100-Course Milestone and What It Means to Have a Teacher’s Heart - Jim Heid , Content Manager for Photography 01.22.2016 Chris Orwig http://www.lynda.com/Chris-Orwig/43-1.html A Selection of Chris Orwig Courses •The Narrative Portraiture Series. A four-part series on portraiture, including interviews with Rodney Smith and Keith Carter. •5-Day Photo Challenge: Portraiture. Chris offers up five challenges for shooting different types of portraits, and then shows how he approaches each challenge. •Finding the Perfect Portrait Lens. An approachable introduction to the creative options that various lenses provide for portraiture and other endeavors. •Photo Tools Weekly. Published every Wednesday, a weekly series of tips on Photoshop, Lightroom, and other tools. •Photoshop CC for Photographers. A photography-centric look at Photoshop. •Lightroom CC Essential Training. A deep look at Adobe’s Lightroom photo management and enhancement software. •Up and Running with Photoshop Fix. An introduction to Adobe’s mobile photo- enhancement app. https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/100-course-milestone-what-means-have-teachers-heart-jim-heid
  89. –Jasper Johns “When you work you learn something about what you are doing and you develop habits and procedures out of what you're doing..” https://www.flickr.com/photos/nostri-imago/3137422976
  90. Case Study: How to make a learning path
  91. https://farm8.staticflickr.com/7466/15036790863_3546ded583_o.jpg
  92. https://farm8.staticflickr.com/7466/15036790863_3546ded583_o.jpg
  93. https://farm8.staticflickr.com/7466/15036790863_3546ded583_o.jpg
  94. By connecting drivers [learners] to one another, we help people [our teams] create local driving [thriving] communities that work together to improve the quality of everyone's daily driving [work/life balance].
  95. Learning Board Template: Gamify the learning path LEARNING CHALLENGE Start here Q1 Q1 Q1 Q1 Q1 Q2 Q2 Q2 Q2 Q2 Mid Year Review & Reassess Q3 Q3 Q3 Q3 Q3 Q4 Q4 Q4 Q4 Q4 Finish Upskill/Retrain Soft Skill Team Skill Passion Use Post-its to “brainstorm” your learning paths quarter by quarter with a mid-year review. Add some passion projects too! Adapt & change as projects change. Just add another Post-it to your Learning Board. Works with 8.5 x 14” paper
  96. http://www.lynda.com/Creativity-tutorials/Design-Thinking-Business-Creative-Success/433738-2.html
  97. http://www.lynda.com/Creativity-tutorials/Design-Thinking-Business-Creative-Success/433738-2.html Registered Education Provider (R.E.P.) for Project Management Institute Credentials http://www.lynda.com/pmi PMP Certification Current: Category A PDUs http://www.lynda.com/SharedPlaylist/ 0c4b5f81ec954670bdb4ad259335e01b AutoCAD Certified Professional Prep Course http://www.lynda.com/AutoCAD-tutorials/AutoCAD- Certified-Professional-Prep-Course/419363-2.html Small Business Survival Kit http://www.lynda.com/SharedPlaylist/ d68c81c1bc44457fbc57d3d2997b3cf5 Preparing for the CCNA-RS Exam http://www.lynda.com/SharedPlaylist/ 2a884663602244608a6a081b6ec0b2fd CompTIA CEU Credit http://www.lynda.com/SharedPlaylist/ e6c37d349ec64847ad740127d8753ec8 And yes, there are many more in the Playlist Center http://www.lynda.com/playlistcenter
  98. http://www.lynda.com/Creativity-tutorials/Design-Thinking-Business-Creative-Success/433738-2.html Registered Education Provider (R.E.P.) for Project Management Institute Credentials http://www.lynda.com/pmi PMP Certification Current: Category A PDUs http://www.lynda.com/SharedPlaylist/ 0c4b5f81ec954670bdb4ad259335e01b AutoCAD Certified Professional Prep Course http://www.lynda.com/AutoCAD-tutorials/AutoCAD- Certified-Professional-Prep-Course/419363-2.html Small Business Survival Kit http://www.lynda.com/SharedPlaylist/ d68c81c1bc44457fbc57d3d2997b3cf5 Preparing for the CCNA-RS Exam http://www.lynda.com/SharedPlaylist/ 2a884663602244608a6a081b6ec0b2fd CompTIA CEU Credit http://www.lynda.com/SharedPlaylist/ e6c37d349ec64847ad740127d8753ec8 And yes, there are many more in the Playlist Center http://www.lynda.com/playlistcenter GUIDES: Becoming a Project Manager
  99. Case Study: If only I could write . . .
  100. http://www.slideshare.net/LinkedInPulse/linkedin-top-voices-writing-tips ❖ Make it a habit ❖ Anyone can write ❖ Write from the gut, don’t edit ❖ Find your flow time to eliminate the internal chatter ❖ Do it ❖ Read ❖ Think ❖ Be passionate ❖ Be yourself - not about what others think ❖ Unique voice 2 min learning >10 tips > 1 day of inspiration
  101. 500 words/day for 31 days just write, don’t edit miss a day - pick up where you left off join a group - give feedback (words of encouragement) NO EMAIL FREE ❖ MY 500 Words: A Writing Challenge http://goinswriter.com/my500words/
  102. 500 words/day for 31 days just write, don’t edit miss a day - pick up where you left off join a group - give feedback (words of encouragement) NO EMAIL FREE ❖ MY 500 Words: A Writing Challenge http://goinswriter.com/my500words/
  103. 500 words/day for 31 days just write, don’t edit miss a day - pick up where you left off join a group - give feedback (words of encouragement) NO EMAIL FREE ❖ MY 500 Words: A Writing Challenge http://goinswriter.com/my500words/
  104. 500 words/day for 31 days just write, don’t edit miss a day - pick up where you left off join a group - give feedback (words of encouragement) NO EMAIL FREE ❖ MY 500 Words: A Writing Challenge http://goinswriter.com/my500words/ http://www.lynda.com/SharedPlaylist/42c8fdfbe5404072a34fe89099a793f6
  105. 500 words/day for 31 days just write, don’t edit miss a day - pick up where you left off join a group - give feedback (words of encouragement) NO EMAIL FREE ❖ MY 500 Words: A Writing Challenge http://goinswriter.com/my500words/ http://www.lynda.com/SharedPlaylist/42c8fdfbe5404072a34fe89099a793f6 Daily Encouragement, Recognition & Feedback
  106. Know your WHY CLARITY Clear goals FREEDOM Define how to reach PROTECTED TIME Think freely Ownership, Initiative, Implementation Personal - expansion of skills & skill sets Professional - expanding skill set in response to changing environment & “daily” developments http://www.freeimages.com/photo/ice-n-sky-1377955
  107. 1Organisation Challenge What problem(s) does it solve? 2Evaluation Targeted stakeholders, tools and resources What’s in it for me? 3Implementation Develop a strategy Usability, on-going engagement & marketing (teams, playlists, sharing) How do my people find it, know it, use it? 4ROI How are you measuring success? Data: quantitative vs. qualitative Less Churn, More Productivity, Attraction & retention of Talent The 4 PILLARS: Informal Learning in the Workplace
  108. An Ecosystem of Moving Parts 1 Range of people Managers, peers, mentors, coaches 2 Just-in-time Tools Checklists, Guides, Playlists, Online libraries & databases (lynda.com) 3 Social Networks Yammer, Chatter 4 Processes Six Sigma, Kaizen 5 Formal Learning Elements Micro videos, Webinars, Workshops 6 Technology Platforms LMS, wikis, intranets 7 Work-based learning mechanisms Action learning projects, project-based learning (PBL), Challenge & Stretch Projects Workplace  Performance  Charles  Jennings  http://charles-­‐jennings.blogspot.com.au/   Culture of Learning
  109. Bertie Tonks, The Collinson Group #loveoflearning #aboutpeople
  110. TO-DO LIST 1 SUPPORT AN ENGAGED, GROWTH MINDSET John Keller’s ARCS Model Carol Dweck on Mindset 2 ACTION MAPPING TO FOCUS ON PERFORMANCE Cathy Moor’s Action Mapping lynda.com Playlist Mapping & Alignment 3 SUPPORT REFLECTION Journals, coaching, mentors, regular feedback & performance reviews 4 USE FORMAL TRAINING AS SCAFFOLDING Limit to <10% of budget & time spent on learning 5 EMPOWER MANAGERS Permission to lead initiatives focused on productivity & business goals (ROI) 6 CREATE REAL VALUE ON SOCIAL PLATFORMS Share the learning, assign playlists, create team/departmental curated playlists Culture of Learning Workplace Performance Charles Jennings http://charles-jennings.blogspot.com.au/
  111. What’s your experience? 
 What works? Select one learning type that works for you! https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/6-steps-creating-learning-ecosystems-why-you-should-bother-pradhan POLL #2 ❑ Informal – Co-workers and personal network ❑ Employee-team initiated sharing sessions or collaborations ❑ Mentoring/Coaching ❑ Online libraries, videos, portals (lynda.com, LMS, Intranet etc) ❑ Formal – Courses, Workshops, Conferences
  112. Laurie Burruss Education Innovation Advisor laurie@lynda.com 626-485-3325
  113. • The UK Learning Trends Index May 2015 Good Practicehttp://www.goodpractice.com/wp-content/uploads/LT8_long_report.pdf • Six Steps to Creating Learning Ecosystems (and Why You Should Bother) Arun Pradhan
 https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/6-steps-creating-learning-ecosystems-why-you-should-bother-pradhan • Keller’s ARCS Model of Motivational 
 http://teachinglearningresources.pbworks.com/w/page/19919538/ARCS%20Model%20of%20Motivational%20Design • MindSet: A book written by Dr. Carol S. Dweck, Stanford University 
 http://mindsetonline.com/ • Action Mapping: A visual approach to training design Cathy Moore
 http://blog.cathy-moore.com/action-mapping-a-visual-approach-to-training-design/ • Workplace Performance Charles Jennings
 http://charles-jennings.blogspot.com.au/ • 70:20:10 Forum – Welcome to the Toolkit
 https://www.702010forum.com/guide/considering • CARA How Informal Learning Is Transforming the Workplace A Pulse Survey http://www.academia.edu/4258324/ CARA_Social_Media_Impact_Pulse_Survey_Report • Informal Learning Blog Jay Cross and Internet Time Group 
 http://www.informl.com/ • Drive by Daniel H. Pink, http://www.danpink.com/drive/ • Focus: The Hidden Driver of Excellence, by Daniel Goleman, 
 http://www.amazon.com/Focus-The-Hidden-Driver-Excellence-ebook/dp/B00BATG220 Culture of Learning Resources
  114. • Resources
 http://www.lynda.com/industries • lynda.com/Business Overview 
 http://www.lynda.com/business • lynda.com Case Studies 
 http://www.lynda.com/case-studies • Webinars
 http://www.lynda.com/webinars • White Papers & Guides
 http://www.lynda.com/white-papers • Arvato BERTELSMANN Case Study | lynda.com
 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-YTgvdA_zvg&feature=youtu.be Lynda.com
  115. Learning Templates
  116. https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/3/32/Blank-calendar_grid.png Calendar Template: Deliberate Practice ? LEARNING CHALLENGECalendar Template: No shame, no blame success LEARNING DIARY/JOURNAL
  117. Spider Graph Template: Defining your weak spots LEARNING CHALLENGE WEB BIZ DESIGN DEV ED VIDEO PHOTO 3D IT AUDIO MKTG CAD
  118. D.I.Y SPINNER https://www.flickr.com/photos/x-ray_delta_one/5859223274 Word Wheel Template: Variety & Diversity LEARNING CHALLENGE Write in the Top 12 Skillsets 
 required for an occupation. Spin every time your ready for a NEW Course.
  119. Quadrant Graph Template: Closing your skills gap LEARNING CHALLENGE List the TOP TEN Skills Sets your desire. Place a DOT sticker in the correct quadrants according to job descriptions. Whatever lands in the SWEET SPOT is your Learning Challenge LESS COMMON, LESS DESIRED MORE COMMON, LESS DESIRED LESS COMMON, MORE DESIRED MORE COMMON, MORE DESIRED A.K.A. ‘THE SWEET SPOT’ YOUR INDUSTRY:_______________________ TOP 10 SKILL SETS for your DESIRED ROLE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
  120. Learning Board Template: Gamify the learning path LEARNING CHALLENGE Start here Q1 Q1 Q1 Q1 Q1 Q2 Q2 Q2 Q2 Q2 Mid Year Review & Reassess Q3 Q3 Q3 Q3 Q3 Q4 Q4 Q4 Q4 Q4 Finish Use Post-its to “brainstorm” your learning paths quarter by quarter with a mid-year review. Add some passion projects too! Adapt & change as projects change. Just add another Post-it to your Learning Board. Print on 8.5 x 14” paper
  121. Worksheet that I use with teams, managers, and individuals at the workplace to develop a quarterly learning pathway.

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