Thursday, August 27 | Community Discussion: What Are Your Most Helpful “non-ID” Skills?

August 23, 2020

Time and time again we hear about Instructional Designers requiring skill sets beyond what the typical job description is asking for. ID’s are often asked to be part HR, part IT, part psychiatrist, and a whole lot of educator.

And what else? What other non-ID skills have you found most helpful in your career?

Join us for this poignant discussion on an often overlooked aspect of being an instructional designer.

Hosted by Kristen Hayden Safdie.

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By Luis Malbas

Founder, Wrangler, Floating Tool Bar of all things TLDC.

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