Lead

Want to start a movement?

@Derek Sivers shows us how. Here’s Derek’s transcript if you like to read as well as watch. The first follower is actually a form of understated leadership in itself. It takes guts to be the first follower. The first follower is what transforms a lone nut into a leader. Here comes the third and now […]

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Learn, Watch

The importance of reflection

Tina Blythe is the Project Director for Project Zero’s online learning collaboration with the Independent Schools of Victoria. She is part of Project Zero’s online learning development team, developing, facilitating, and assessing Project Zero online professional development courses. She is also the Education Chair of Project Zero’s summer institute, “The Project Zero Classroom,” and Lecturer […]

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Learn

REPOST | Ten Top Ways Learners Hack Learning According to edX

By IBL News – August 7, 2019 IBL News | New York As instructional designers, do we really engineer massive courses with the users’ interests in mind? An edX instructional team took to social media to ask learners how we can make the most of their learning and studying experience. Responses suggested ten learning hacks:1. […]

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People Management

Are resumes time up?

The best tidbits from the QZ original article here Whether on paper or LinkedIn, they may tell an employer about a job seeker’s experience and credentials, but they’re frustratingly silent about almost everything else. They have virtually nothing to say about a candidate’s personality, or their character, or their ability to persuade and communicate—all soft […]

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People Management

3 great interview questions to explore weaknesses

What’s the best way to find someone’s weakness? Adam Grant gives us the hot tip. What’s a piece of constructive criticism you’ve gotten recently? (This tells you not only what they identify as a weakness but also how they’re working to improve). What’s a positive quality that you don’t posses? (it reframes the weakness in […]

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