Narrating My Work

I’m incredibly fond of Harold Jarche and his blog posts. A while back he had a link to a reflection on a ‘narrating your work’ experiment. This and many of Harold’s recent posts have gotten me thinking about how one can narrate their work and engage in social collaboration activities inside their organization when they […]

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From Maps to Questions

Jay Cross recently shared the questions he’s no longer asking about technology in education. I’m in a different space: I sat down tonight to come up with a brilliant plan on how my Corporate Learning department could better meet the needs of our employees. I immersed myself in the work of the leaders in this […]

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Talent and Passion: A Collision of Myths

Did you see Tony Schwartz’s recent post? He starts with a personal story about a game he loves, tennis, and how he believed he’d never be the player he longed to be.  He describes: “For most of my adult life, I’ve accepted the incredibly durable myth that some people are born with special talents and […]

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