Tag Archives: Musings

How I Work

This morning I read the two posts from Tracy Parish and David Kelly on how they work and thought it was a brilliant idea! The idea came from Life Hacker and if you want to see more stories, check them … Continue reading

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It’s Really A Panopticon World

Last week I called my brother, an electrical engineer who was reading Foucault at the time. This didn’t strike me as odd because if you knew my brother, you’d realise this is normal behaviour.  He is well-versed in philosophy, political … Continue reading

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Emotional Intelligence and Learning

It was an early start this morning when I greeted the new day with a coughing fit at 4:30am – the last remnants of a chest infection. However, I took the opportunity to write this blog post about a Lunch … Continue reading

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4 Things I Learned at LearnX

Read the LearnX story by clicking on the Storify icon. This year has been a massive personal learning journey for me.  I have decided that my ‘old world’ thinking in learning and development is not serving its purpose anymore and … Continue reading

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Alert! Not all Gen Y’s are Social Media Experts

Last Wednesday night I was invited to speak to a District Rotaract meeting.  Rotaract is a not-for-profit service community affiliated with Rotary for 18-30 year olds.  Many years ago, I was a member of the Canberra South Rotaract Club and … Continue reading

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Is There any Agility in ADDIE?

I’m currently working as a member of the Learning and Development team in a transformational project in a major corporate in Australia.  It is the first time that I have been involved to deliver learning solutions for a business project … Continue reading

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