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Learning Rebel Yell for DevLearn Technology: Tom Spiglanin

As is the usual modus operandi for Learning Rebels and reflection pieces, I try to gather up opinions not just singing the general praises of an event, but try to gather...
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People: The Real Value of DevLearn

Next up on our Learning Rebel tour of DevLearn 2014 - Laura Payette. Laura currently is a Learning Rebel who's day job is with Nielsen GTO.  You can find Laura...
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Learning Reflections (part one) – The Ups and Downs of DevLearn: Holly MacDonald

Before we begin: One of the things I love about being a "Learning Rebel" is the network of other Learning Rebels which has been built up through this website! There are...
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For the Love of Learning

I have  just returned from the DevLearn 2014 conference in Las  Vegas. I have unpacked, checked email, and now finally,  taking time to reflect on my overall experience.  I have also...
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The Biggest Myth in Building a Learning Culture

"The millennial generation requires belonging to an organization where a strong learning culture is present."  It's common knowledge employees increasingly value a workplace that nurtures learning. Employees want to work in...
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Learning: Playing the Blame Game

When did shaming the learner become okay? Lately, in this writer’s humble opinion, L&D (Learning and Development) professionals have been taking a ride on the Bully Bus, looking to create...
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Learning Rebels and the ASTD (ATD) Guest Blog: Learning through Sharing

Learning through sharing. Lately I've been on a bit of a sharing kick.  Sharing time with newby L&D people, helping contacts with building their networks and SoMe presence and as...
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The Courageous Learning Rebel

Displaying courage takes guts.   Bear with me.  I know that sounds redundant but think about it. Displaying courage takes guts. Putting your courage on stage takes nerve. Talking courageously to...
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Social Media Tools for Learning – Boot Camp (Webinar)

Not too long ago Rick Blunt reached out to me to ask if I would mind conducting a webinar for his Washington DC ASTD Chapter, on using Social Media Tools...
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Challenging the Conventional Thinker

If curiosity is the gateway to learning - the challenge then becomes "Now what?" Anyone who is a regular reader knows that I stand on the edge of the world...
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