People come to work for all sorts of reasons – financial security, personal satisfaction, career ambitions, social networks, contribution to a wider purpose and so on. Whatever the reason, we […]
Ok, I’m being dramatic again and bursting into song unnecessarily – I can see you, I know you are too ;-). But today’s blog marks the end of our daily […]
I’ve talked before about our experience of learning, the moments in which it happens, its clumsiness, how those around us facilitate our learning and where our own responsibility for learning […]
Mistakes. We all make them. It’s part of being human. We accept when mistakes are made in the workplace and are kind to others – but not always so kind […]
I heard this phrase from a speaker at a conference recently and was struck by it. When we envisage learning we perhaps have utopian ideas that we will positively embrace […]
Today’s offering is a signpost to the FutureLearn website. Set up a few years ago by the Open University it is a great collection of MOOCs (Massive Open Online Course, […]
Friday has come around already, and I want to share my own learning this week about our new ways of working.
I am sure most of you are familiar with the wonderful world of Ted.com…a place to spend hours learning about robotics, chess strategies, flag design, psychopaths and everything in between.
What are our moments of learning? And how much notice do we really take of them?