T is for Training 175: I stand corrected…and ejected.

Learn, Adapt, Scan, PointMaurice Coleman, Paul Signorelli, and  Jill Hurst-Wahl talked about the article “Lifelong Learning In Companies Of The 21st century.” In the article, Juan Carlos Sánchez noted nine (9) tendencies that we should take into consideration in regards to lifelong learning and especially continuous training.

We deviated into talking about library marketing and building the demand for library services.  For example, can we be “the place” for life-long learning?  We also talked about training room design.

This was the last show for 2015, due to the December holidays.  Our next show will be January 8.  If you are going to ALA Midwinter, consider calling in!

The show title for today is based on a conversation in chat during the show, when Paul mentioned a book and then got kicked out of Talkshoe by the software!  Paul always has a relevant book to mention!!! The other title we considered for the show is “We don’t want you to be left out!”, which reflects our desire around continuous learning.

The show can be heard here.


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