David Kelly’s Curated L&D Content for the Week of 8/1/22
I read through a number of articles and blog posts each day as part of my professional development. Each week, I curate a few of my favorites, including a brief introduction explaining why I find the post to be of value, and recommend you read it.
Here’s a summary of this week’s content:
- The important, and often overlooked, task of learning content maintenance
- Tips that can help make strategic discussions more effective in virtual environments
- The role humans play in a learning environment increasingly shaped by artificial intelligence
- How leaders can effectively solicit feedback from team members
- Examples of games that drove learning impact all around the world
Learning Content Maintenance: Don’t Skip This Essential Step
The focus on learning program content doesn’t end after the program is built and published. The article by Adam Weisblatt examines the critical role content maintenance plays in ensuring you are properly supporting your organization’s learning strategy
Four Tips for Remote Strategy Discussions
While virtual conferencing technologies do a great job of accommodating many day-to-day interactions, there are some areas of work that don’t translate as easily to virtual. This post by Mark Athitakis explores on such area – strategic discussions – and how to make them more effective in virtual environments.
Is automation just an excuse for our negligence?
Artificial intelligence is one of the driving forces of change shaping the future of work, and workplace learning. But AI doesn’t exist in a vacuum, and it shouldn’t be seen as a cure-all to automate all our processes. This post by Marjan Bradesko explores the critical role humans have to play in a future where learning is increasingly shaped by AI.
To Improve Your Performance as a Leader, Seek Feedback
Feedback is an important enabler of learning and growth, but it’s too often left out of the equation for developing our own leadership skills. This article by Debra Roberts looks at why seeking feedback is so important, and provides steps and guidance for how to effectively solicit feedback from others.
16 Serious Games that Changed the World!
Games can be a great way to engage people in an experience that supports learning and skill development. It can be difficult to see this potential if you are someone that doesn’t play games that often. This post provides a number of great examples of games to explore that demonstrate the power games can add as a driver of learning.
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