L&D Roundup: Motivate Your Learners With This! 💡
Sep 08, 2023 1:00 pm
I searched the web for unique resources to help you succeed in learning and development. Here's what I discovered.
Can you reply and let me know which one was your favorite? 🙏
Click These Links 👀
"Motivation Matters" from LXDLab is a nifty handbook packed with case studies and tools tailored for Learning Experience Designers. Whether you're into K-12, Higher-ed, or even MOOCs, this guide offers actionable insights on designing for learner motivation.
This deep dive by the World Economic Forum shows which jobs and skills are set to change in the next five years. This edition keeps up with the series' tradition, shedding light on employer expectations and how tech and socio-economic trends will redefine our workplaces.
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This ebook digs deep into why some organizations are still hanging onto outdated leadership styles, especially when the world's changing so fast. It's got some cool insights on fresh leadership trends and even gives a handy blueprint for leadership growth.
Came across this gem on "Steal These Thoughts" about the evolving skills L&D teams need in today's fast-paced world. It's not just about traditional training anymore. With the rise of remote work and digital platforms, L&D pros need to wear many hats - from data analysts to experienced designers. The article breaks down the shift from old-school methods to the modern skills needed, like marketing, product management, and digital intelligence.
This article is like a facilitator's Swiss Army knife, meticulously crafted for the modern professional. It's not just a read; it's an experience, brimming with enlightening newsletters that offer fresh perspectives, engaging podcasts featuring industry experts, and 10 super handy toolkits tailored for every facilitation scenario you can imagine.
The article breaks down "The Wheel of Change," a super cool concept from Marshall Goldsmith's book ‘Triggers’. Think of it as a compass for personal growth, helping folks sift through all the choices out there when they're looking to level up in life.
I hope you have a great weekend, ! 🥳
Brandon from EDU Fellowship