😍 The Top L&D Resources of 2022!

Dec 30, 2022 2:37 pm


Here are the most popular resources we sent this year based on the number of clicks.

It's been a pleasure sending these to you every week.

Here's to a fantastic 2023!

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Onwards to this list!

⭐ Essentials of Learning Evaluation - eBook

This eBook covers five learning evaluation models, emerging technologies for evaluating learning, and a 7-step guide for implementing an evaluation process.

βš’οΈ The Make It Toolkit – Resource Collection

Design better experiences, communications, and interventions with the tools provided by this resource. Its behavior change made easy.

πŸ’œ The Mochary Method Curriculum – Open-Source Google Doc

Matt Mochary, a past CEO of Naval and founder of companies such as OpenAI, Notion, Coinbase, Robinhood, Reddit, and Opendoor, just open-sourced his entire curriculum of templates, guides, and wisdom.

πŸ“— The L&D Playbook – PDF

This L&D playbook transforms evidence from high-performing learning teams into insightful and actionable 'plays' for L&D leaders.

πŸ‘€ New Ways of Working Playbook - Database

An excellent database lists resources around "the new way of working." Everything from decision-making, feedback, managing conflict, and more are included.

🀩 Squiggly Careers PodBook – PDF

All I can say is WOW. This is legit one of the most incredible career resources I've seen. It's filled with countless tips on accelerating your career.

πŸ“ˆ Future Skills Profiles – PDF

This resource contains an interactive map that explores different skills profiles for the future working world. These profiles are organized into three dimensions: personal abilities, expertise and motivation, and social and organizational skills.

πŸŽ‰ - FunRetrospectives – Open Library

This is an excellent resource if you're looking for inspiration for your next team-building or retrospective activity.

πŸ”“ L&D Resources Vault – Open Library

Steal These Thoughts has opened its library of free L&D resources. Take a scroll. I'm sure you will find something you like.

🧊 The Debriefing Cube – PDF Download

So cool! This resource provides excellent questions to guide your group debriefs. Use it to learn from your group projects and team efforts.

πŸ₯Ύ Equipping Your Managers to Drive Performance - Article

This is a great in-depth guide on how to equip your people managers with clarity around the skills they need to lead. This is my top pick for the week!

🀝 Online AoH Manual Co-Creation: Practices for Meaningful Participatory Virtual Engagement - Google Doc

Wow, talk about a great resource! Check this out if you want to host meaningful conversations in virtual spaces.

πŸ” The Ultimate Guide to Facilitation Training - Article

This guide on upskilling your facilitation skills is filled with actionable insights and advice.

πŸš€ Your Ultimate Onboarding Toolkit - PDF

Steal These Thoughts releases their guide to building fantastic work experiences for the modern workplace.

🧰 Top 100 Tools for Learning 2022 - Listicle

Jane Hart's annual list is out! Check what learning tools are trending up and down this year.

πŸ“˜ The Learning Library - Listicle

Craig Weiss launched his new library of top LMS reports and resources. I respect Craig's experience evaluating these types of tools. If there's one person who knows this landscape, it's him.

😲 Psychological Safety Check Template – Whiteboard

You know me. I love templates. And this one could be one of the most important you download this year. It focuses on helping you discover if your team feels psychologically safe. Download it and share it with your team. Like now, please.

😍 280+ Productivity Resources – Listicle

I love myself a good list. If you want to up your productivity game, here it is.

🏫 Facilitator School – Database

Check out this beautiful list of facilitation tools and templates. You're sure to find something new.

😍 60 ideas for keeping participants engaged in your workshops – Product

Wouldn't it be amazing to have access to facilitation ideas and techniques at the flick of a card? Yes, it would be.

🧊 A List of Interesting Questions for People to Get to Know Their Friends, Family, Lovers, Coworkers, Nemeses, and Selves Better – Google Doc

The only one you need for culture-building and workshops has been hidden on Reddit.

🧱 This Is How To Get People To Change – Article

What if I told you everything you're doing to drive behavior change is counterproductive?

πŸƒ 16 facilitation card decks to inspire your next workshop – Listicle

Here's an entire facilitation toolbox in your pocket. This is an excellent resource if you're looking for new ideas for your next workshop.

βœ… Nivi’s event facilitation checklist template – Notion

Anything with "template" in the name hooked me. If you aim to create a community, then explore this resource.

πŸ•ΆοΈ The Lurkers – Article

Not everyone will contribute. Yet we try our hardest to create learning experiences where everyone does. But is that always necessary? Sometimes it's better to focus on those who truly show up. Because they are the ones that drive change for others.

❓Yes, there are stupid questions – Article

How often have you asked during your workshop, "Does anyone have any questions?" I'm guessing no one raises their hand. Ozan Varol shares how to craft more thoughtful questions. One that gets those hands up!

πŸ’‘ Key Ideas and Insights for L&P Professionals – Listicle

Will Thalheimer shares trends and insights from some of the brightest minds in the field. This is a link that you want to bookmark for reference.

😠 How to Handle Criticism – Article

"There’s no more valuable skill than to learn how to handle criticism." Josh Spector lays out how to deal with criticism when it comes your way.

➑️ Try Feedforward Instead of Feedback – Article

I get it; giving and receiving feedback is difficult. No one likes to hear about all the ways they messed up. Marshall Goldsmith gives us a better way 'forward.'

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Brandon from EDU Fellowship

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