I recently had the opportunity to read the book Complex Adaptive Leadership: Embracing Paradox and Uncertainty by Nick Obolensky. Afterwards, Nick and I chatted about his wisdom on leadership and he was a guest speaker for a knowledge call which I facilitated.
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Sharing learning notes and takeaways from L&D Call- presented by Julie Wedgwood with the The Learning & Skills Group. Hopefully some of you will find some of the links useful and may incorporate in day to day job with presenting, learning, as a subject matter expert, etc.
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What motivational forces and factors or theorists come to mind when you think of anyone interested in a 2.4 mile swim, 112 mile bike ride followed by a 26.2 marathon? Are there any Ironman triathletes in the University of Texas, or UT alumni who are keen to tap into learning’s from a seasoned triathlete?
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Pre & Post Training Engagement with Line Managers
Ask yourself two very important questions:
1) What is your pre-training partnership conversation like prior to agreeing on supporting a learning intervention with an employee?
2) How about your post-training discussion?
Why are these important you ask?
Alot of people believe the critical point in a learning […]Continue Reading →
- “Angie is a skillful and dynamic coach who has the ability to engage with her clients and motivate them to realize their full potential.”Ron Oliver, M.B.A.,
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