Online Program Thursday 8 October 2020. Sign up for your favorite sessions: please pick & choose.
In our online meeting we will explore where traditional, positional leadership and its sharp focus on performance improvement inevitably hampers learning and development. We also investigate the subtle yet powerful processes of claiming and granting influence among peers. They enable learning and development at a speed and depth which a formal curriculum can never accomplish.
Co-hosted by our partner The Tipping Point
The Game we will play is about the dilemmas that occur when colleagues are forced to work from home. You are tasked with leading a small department through a change scenario brought about by COVID-19. At the end of the game, you will be presented with a leadership profile.
90% of session you will be actively engaged in doing, this is NOT a webinar and you need to have your camera on and be present and active.
Co-hosted by our partner marbl
Based on concrete cases, we will see how to change the game by…
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Doing this is complicated by the fact that organisations include a variety of social groups / networks, including teams, communities and distributed networks, and these all have different learning needs, and different approaches which will be appropriate. Attend this session to learn about and co-create new insights about this new focus for social learning. Then take these insights back to your organisation and adapt the learning that takes place. An example might be continuing to use communities of practice to support learning, but also supporting the learning required to ensure the effectiveness of communities of performance operating within the business.
Co-hosted by our partner De Opleidingscoach.
However, large workloads and packed schedules impose a barrier to providing the formal training needed to address the upskilling needs of a modern workforce. The workforce of today requires people to learn on the go. It also requires giving people the ability to control when and where they participate in their professional development. For the learning professional this means delivering support and reinforcement programs that are produced in manageable bites, giving people a chance to reflect and apply lessons without disruption to the workflow.
Here, you’ll discover the first steps on how to plan and organize your drip lessons using a framework you can replicate easily once back facing the day-to-day of the workplace. Immerse yourself by creating conversational and engaging content to support your performance support and learning reinforcement efforts. The amazing part will be the understanding that creating conversational design using drips, bots and blogs can be fun, impactful, and will not require a degree in computer programming.
We will break down this workshop into three phases where you will:
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We will use Zoom Meeting. Login will be sent 5 days before Thursday 8 October 2020.