Are you an Accidental Instructional Designer?
If this episode is typical of the corporate training, learning, and development space, the answer would be “Likely”!
There were two topics discussed in this broadcast:
- Would participants be interested in having a day where they can show off projects? General consensus was YES. Additionally, we may also put together some episodes where we feature failures, a la #FAILOUTLOUD. Enzo Silva was interested in possibly moderating this idea.
- Lots of discussion about this one: “What was your origin story?” In other words, how did you end up being a corporate trainer? Watch the recording and chat for this one, you’ll learn alot about the varied backgrounds of the many attendees participating, ALL of it interesting.
In the Box:
Host: Luis Malbas – @malbatron
Sam Rogers – @snapsynapse
Enzo Silva – @enzofsilva
Anthony Altieri – @aa_altieri
Links in the chat:
Sam Rogers created these three videos on Youtube:
there are best practices in learning – but there needs to be room for innovation – so we need both skillsets
WHY DO L&D pros feel like they have to do every single thing in a project?
I love the relationships that I build while helping people learn/learning from those people. That’s what keeps me going.
I love failure – and this is something I tried to teach my students when I was teaching.
i think it was scott adams who said (hear via tim ferriss) do things where even if you fail, the end result is you learn something that will have a positive impact on life/business/others
Only those who do nothing never fail
Even content that you think is failed content may be useful to someone.