David Kelly’s Curated L&D Content for the Week of 8/29/22
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:
- Some of the benefits organizations realize from VR solutions
- A look at an AI Image Generator that is now open to the public
- Tips on how to be more resilient at work
- How to spot and address microaggressions
- Example of how reflection can improve workplace productivity
Virtual Reality Training Is Transforming the Workplace
Virtual Reality’s use in learning and development continues to grow. This post by Lorne Fade looks at a some of the key benefits that organizations are enjoying when deploying VR solutions.
Midjourney’s enthralling AI art generator goes live for everyone
Artificial intelligence is increasingly being used to create different types of content, so it’s important for L&D professionals that create content and experiences to be aware of these capabilities and the potential impact they can have on our work. This post by Mark Hachman looks at one such technology – Midjourney – which recently opened its beta platform for all users.
10 ways to top up your resilience at work
Resilience is something that is becoming more important in the workplace, but it’s not as clear to determine how to make resilience a skill. This post by Neil Turner examines 10 activities that can help you build resilience as a skill to be applied in work.
Spotting and addressing microagressions
Microagressions are a common problem that can apply bias against members of a workforce. This post by David Weisenfeld examines what a microaggression is, how to spot them in your workplace, and how they can be addressed.
Three reflection methods to boost productivity
Reflection is a powerful form of learning that organizations often overlook. This post by Jackie Cliffird explores three specific ways we ca use reflection that can impact workplace productivity.
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