When you think of online learning experiences in government, you probably think of static slides that you click through or videos with a droning moderator. But that doesn’t have to be the case.
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Sean Corbett, Program Manager at the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), gave an excellent presentation on the FAA’s Leaders Teaching Leaders (LTL) Program at the Training Officer’s Consortium’s Annual Executive Institute in Ocean City, MD this week. Sean shared his experience in standing up and launching an LTL Program at FAA and highlighted the elements that… Read more »
Deadra Welcome, Learning and Performance Strategist at the U.S. Census Bureau, gave a great presentation on Creating a Learning Challenge at the Training Officer’s Consortium’s Annual Executive Institute in Ocean City, MD this week. Deadra shared her experience in building and delivering an engaging 30-day HRU learning challenge with no budget at the Department ofRead… Read more »
Work-life effectiveness means something different to each individual. Define what it means to you.
There are a lot of negative stereotypes in the learning industry about the challenges that Millennials present for people who are trying to teach us. In defense of Millennials, here are 5 observations on how our generation thinks about learning and how we learn faster and more efficiently than everyone else: Millennials have just-in-time, targetedRead… Read more »
We’ll spend significantly less time in professional training as courseware is compressed to the most pertinent information and everything becomes searchable in response to increasingly shorter attention spans. We will regularly learn from teams of the world’s top experts in any given field, often for free. Many academic institutions will start to openly publish theirRead… Read more »