Monthly Archives: July 2013

All Quiet on the Blog Front

It’s going to be a bit quiet here for a while – well, not until Monday 12 August when I will happily report a Learning and Development tweet-up from London -so standby for some photos too.  I’m excited to meet … Continue reading

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Show Your Work: Twitter for Professional Development Live Online Events

Some time ago, I ran a couple of sessions of Twitter for Professional Development to my Learning and Development colleagues in my current workplace.  The aim was to share how I use Twitter to grow and connect with a personal … Continue reading

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Getting Close to Your Customers

Today I had a fabulous day.  One of the initiatives at our workplace is for non-customer facing staff to spend a day out in the business.  They call it a ‘Gemba’ day.  Wikipedia defines it as: Genba (現場 genba, also romanized as gemba) is a Japanese term meaning … Continue reading

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What I Learned in May & June

‘What I Learned In <Insert Month Here>’ is a bit late so I joined May and June together in an effort to make me feel better about it. Recently, while watching the Game of Thrones, my mind drifted to a … Continue reading

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