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Huge congratulations to all the I4PL Members who recently earned their designations!
Lisa Lockwood, Durham Chapter
Elif Dincer, Toronto Chapter
Naimeh Aburub, Toronto Chapter
Ruwaida Al-Kubaisi, Peel-Halton Chapter
Mark Beland, Nova Scotia Chapter
Francesco DiSivo, York-Simcoe Chapter
Sharlene M. Fernandes, Durham Chapter
Syed Asad Hussain, Vancouver & BC Mainland Chapter
Nickiesha Linton-Chambers, Peel-Halton Chapter
Sepideh Mahani, Toronto Chapter
Caroline Smith Bailey, Peel-Halton Chapter
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| || Performance and Learning in the News|
Chief Learning Officer
Indian mythology is a treasure house of stories with universal themes and messages that are relevant today. Take for example the story of Arjuna and Ekalavya — two skillful archers from the popular Indian mythological epic Mahabharata, one of the two Sanskrit epic poems of ancient India. Ekalavya, a forest-dwelling self-taught warrior, is a quintessential learner who gives the prince of the land and ace archer Arjuna stiff competition in archery.
Data have suggested many employees are frustrated with the training options and tools available to them. In some industries, like retail and hospitality, a lack of training to improve their technical know-how is becoming a pain point for workers. With this in mind, employers might consider that successful learning programs not only upskill employees but also encourage them to collaborate with co-workers and share what they're learning.
Training Industry Magazine
Social learning is one of the latest L&D buzzwords making its way around the industry. You may think you're giving it the attention it deserves, but do you really understand the theory and science behind why social learning is so effective? Are you truly giving your users the best social learning experience?
It's true what they say: an employee is only as good as the training they've received. If you've ever been exposed to training that wasn't as impactful as it could have been or leaves you feeling a little less than sure that you know what you're doing, then you know what we're talking about. Not only can ineffective training really damage your organizations' bottom line, but it also creates a culture of frustration and unhappiness within your workforce.
Learning Solutions Magazine
As VR becomes an increasingly viable and popular technology for e-learning and training use, a host of safety and ethical issues arise. The irony of safety incidents becoming more numerous on account of unsafe safety training, for example, is unlikely to amuse insurance company representatives, managers or injured learners.
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