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Are you quick on your feet? Can you change directions in a split second? Can you work toward a goal with a group while not knowing exactly how it will turn out?
You my friend are ready for agile development, agile learning and the agile manifesto. Most of us want proven paths with little risk as we make our careers and lives out of each moment. Interestingly enough there are times when the movement down a proven path is slow and unresponsive to the opportunities of the moment.
In this episode of The Teach Jim Show we look at creating elearning experiences in a quick and agile process. We share ways to do eLearning and Project management differentl. Tune in and enjoy the journey of quick and agile movement toward the goals of your life.
And remember....whatever you do....don't think about elephants, entrepreneurs or educators!
Thursday, February 27, 2014 ~ 1:00 PM EST
How does on-demand learning shift the training and education landscape as we know it? With over 50% of the skills people need to do their jobs changing every three years, does a self-driven e-learning format actually work for businesses? Join us on Thursday, February 27th, as host Ron Painter interviews Bluedrop Learning Networks CEO Emad Rizkalla, a visionary thinker who believes that the way people learn is at the brink of a transformation – one that workforce organizations need to know about in order to drive talent development among the workforce and serve business customers. This new installment in our Forum 2014 series is sure to get you thinking about innovations in training to help you meet customer needs.
Rizkalla will also be onsite during NAWB Forum (March 29-31) and will participate in two sessions focusing on disruptive technology in education and developing training systems that can keep pace with rapid changes in required skillsets. For more information or to register, visit www.NAWB.org/Forum
Gwen Taylor is a leader in Learning & Development with over 15 years of training facilitation, elearning, authoring courseware and curriculum development for a wide-range of organizations locally and globally. Her clients include international enterprises, technology OEM and software developers, big data scientist and even rocket scientist. She works with governments, finance and banking, manufacturing, and service providers both B2B and B2C.
She is known for her enthusiasm and style flexibility that help her create a comfortable learning environment with diverse workers and international audiences. Gwen enjoys unique challenges. She works with extremes - for example, introverts who are pragmatic and objective such as technology and F&A professionals who need to develop their subjective people or soft skills in order to lead and inspire to manufacturing supervisors and shop managers who need to apply managerial tools in a high-volume, continuous environment.
The learner benefits using extensive hands-on exercises because Gwen engages them by using a variety of training techniques that include accelerated adult learning, gamification, case studies, role play, analytics, tools, assessments, self-reflection and goal setting.
She is an advocate of having fun as an element to learning while she guides the audience to take action immediately that improves their at-work situations and relationships.
Gwen works closely with SMEs, C-Suite, Executives, Officers, Sponsors, Directors and Managers to explore the current landscape and determine what is needed as well as providing a debrief upon completion.
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Elephants, Entrepreneurs and Edicators find the extraordinary in the ordinary and help those arouind them achieve excellence.
Everyday on The Teach Jim Show we find ways to work through the challenges and weightier matters of life (elephants) with informal, self-directed learning strategies and engaging exchanges with entrepreneurs and educators.
Today our career path most often leads to the next life cycle of our progress. The idea we are to have a lifelong career plan is crazy. Change is expodential so our chance to achieve excepeitonal excellence under such presures is the new reality. Leveraging our experience and the experience of others we are poised to exceed our ordinary selves and become extraordinary.
Our goal on The Teach Jim Show is to "stop thinking about elephants" and become the exceptional enrepreneurs and educators we were born to be. It is time to start dreaming aloud because dreaming's allowed !
And whatever you do....don't think about elephants, entrepreneurs or educators!
Trends in Teaching and Learning
Doug Howard of Training Industry Magazine (Winter 2015) identified 10 trends effecting the training industry in 2015.
On this show we discuss the trends and how we are experiencing them with my peers in corporate training and business performance improvement initiatives, education and instructional design projects.
The trends as presented in the show:
1. Corporate Spend for Training is increasing
2. Use of Big Data and Analytics
3. Workforce Readiness and Specific Job Function Learning
4. Outsourcing Growing as Training Function Transforms
5. Formalization of Mentoring and Coaching
6. Storytelling and the use of real-world situations and scenerios
7. Gaming for Reinforcement and Scenerio Delivery
8. BIte-Size Learning Objects
9. Customer Education Converging with Marketing and Training
10. Job Market for Learning Professionalis is on the rise.
Enjoy this episode of trends to watch in 2015. Do you see these trends in your teaching and learning experiences? Watch for them. You just may be surprised.
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Dan Willis shares various topics. Janet Lessin shares simulcasting in Hawaii -Aquarian Radio..Theresa J Morris supports ACE Nonprofit Inc. and is proud to work with ACE Folklife Historians and Archivists in the ACE and ACO Ascension Center Organization for spiritual and educational awareness. Cyberspace Culture Social Education shares in preparation for ELearning and Pedagogue Certification Classes Online.See http://marcelvogel.org/ and Dan WIllis at http://thewebmatrix.net
We have been prompted by Dr. Martha Snee to continue building our conference with Teleconferences which Thomas A Sinisi aka Tommy Hawksblood is now pursuing with the founder of ACE Nonprofit Inc which will include both ACE and ACO. ACE Folklife and ACO Ascension Center Organization is striving towards the goal of sharing in a community online practicing skills. We are looking for volunteers who can assist us in various topics as categories we can discuss in our forums. Also we are planning a social networking meet and greet annually at our annual meeting for all states in the USA to meet.http://acenonprofitinc.com, http://acollc.org, http://acocorp.org, http://ascensioncenterorg.com
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