@TisforTraining ???: Well, that didn’t work

It seems that when Maurice Coleman doesn’t host, things go badly.  There might be a very short recording, but don’t listen to it!  We couldn’t get audio to work for everyone.  Heavy sigh.  And on a day when we were supposed to be talking about making time for our own learning, we admitted that we had other things to do.  As Paul wrote:

Funny to be talking about the busy gene on a day when we were supposed to be talking about slowing things down.

So the next T is for Training will be April 12, 2 p.m. ET. We will use the video “The Disciplined Pursuit of Less” (9 min.) as fodder for our conversation.  As I (Jill) noted in email, this video hit home for several reasons. First, I am tired of saying that I’m “busy”. Second, I know that seemingly being involved in everything is impacting my ability to learn new things (some of which I really should learn). So I would like to propose three questions: (1) How do we prioritize our own learning? (2) How can we help the learners around us make continued learning a priority? (3) What strategies do we have for ‘sneaking in’ learning?

Maurice and Paul look forward to whomever can join the conversation on April 12!  Thanks to  Paul Signorelli, Jill Hurst-Wahl, Andrea Snyder, and Diane Huckabay for showing up today.




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