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Guerilla Learning! Curated #chat2lrn tweets

Here are our edited highlights of the Chat2lrn Twitter chat on #guerilla learning. [View the … Read More...

Peer support, coaching and on-the-job learning are ‘most useful’ forms of learning, CIPD research reveals

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Death to Learning + Development! Fact or Fiction? Curated #chat2lrn tweets

Here are our curated tweets from the Chat2lrn Twitter chat on the death (or not) of L&D. [View … Read More...

Smile Sheets – Lovable? Or Exponentially Dangerous? Curated #chat2lrn tweets

Here are our tweets from the Chat2lrn Twitter chat on happy sheets. [View the story "Smile Sheets … Read More...

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Coming soon: express even more in 140 characters

Editor’s note: Twitter is making some changes that will make the service easier to use. Whether you are a novice or advanced user, these changes are worth noting. They will be coming into effect in the coming months.

Inside the Heads of UK Managers

Editor’s note: New research by GoodPractice reveals the challenges that managers find most difficult and frustrating. This is a good report to benchmark against. What are the challenges and frustrations of managers in your organisation?

The 2016 ATD International Conference Backchannel: Curated Resources #ATD2016

Editor’s note: A great piece of curation from David Kelly of all the resources shared at the annual ATD conference held in Denver this week. There are some great reads in here.

TED Studies

Editor’s note: TED Talks have been working on ways to make their 2,000-plus videos more accessible. TED Studies is an interesting approach that will resonate with L&D professionals. Look at what they include as their learning frame – an introductory essay on the topic, curated videos and a summary. There is also a licensed option. This approach could be taken by any organisation – using TED talks.

Matthew Syed: What doctors, pilots and F1 drivers can teach us about failure

Editor’s note: Good article on Matthew Syed’s thinking on growth mindsets and why a curious, experimentation approach trumps thinking you are perfect. Syed is the author of Blackbox Thinking.