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Ralph
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Ralph Jan 12
Replying to @dpontefract
Good one Dan.
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Ralph Jan 2
Great diagram connecting sentiment and action that help articulate Purpose in life.
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Ralph Dec 21
lights up Christmas for a family in need. Give where you live
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Dan Pontefract Dec 20
My two cents. Only when L&D stops worrying about LMS metrics & does not act subservient to stakeholders will it ever truly make an impact. The goal is improving team member performance and organizational results. Courage is needed.
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Ralph Dec 19
The 3 Simple Strategies Google Uses to Help Its Employees Learn .
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Ralph Dec 19
4 Characteristics Of Learning Leaders
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Ralph Dec 15
“Successful careers are not planned. They develop when people are prepared for opportunities because they know their strengths, their method of work and their values.” Peter Drucker
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Vala Afshar Nov 21
Most important skills: 1 inspire and motivate 2 display high integrity and honesty 3 solve problems and be analytical 4 drive results 5 communication 6 collaborate and promote 7 build relationships 8 technical 9 be strategic 10 develop others
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Ralph Dec 11
Mastering the Learning Pyramid; stimulating article is about expanding our horizons on what is required to adapt to a very dynamic environment.
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Ralph Dec 8
''He who has a ''WHY'' to live can bear almost any ''How'' Neitzche Very true in terms of working with purpose, collaboratively
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Ralph Dec 8
Still a very relevant post: Reality is Broken: Why Games Make Us Better and How They Can Change the World
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Ralph Dec 6
Replying to @dpontefract
Agreed: also known as a sponsor, that's someone who recognizes the gift in others and helps them tap into to help make a difference, for others.
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David Geurin Nov 29
Reminder: A student's behavior usually says far more about what they are going through than what they are trying to put you through.
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Ralph Dec 3
Very pertinent quote from Mr. Mark Twain. If we seek to bring out the best in others too, our lives become so much more meaningful.
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Dan Pontefract Nov 30
No matter what profession, when we demean someone or use snark to counter argue, it fuels not just a “bro culture” but a “power culture.”
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Ralph Nov 30
Curation skills for modern and meaningful learning
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Vala Afshar Nov 27
Career advice: 1 you are not your job 2 I can > IQ 3 delight customers 4 there's no career ladder 5 help others; you become the ladder 6 don't need a title to lead 7 beat deadlines 8 work outside of job description 9 stay teachable 10 effort matters 11 share credit 12 volunteer
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Ralph Nov 27
We cannot just ''tell'' folks to work with purpose and expect them to do so. We have to be working with purpose ourselves first, and than ''give and show'' your own examples too, to help with inspiration. lead by example
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Ralph Nov 27
isn't a buzz word, it's a discipline that affects the bottom line (profit) & people (engagement) at work. When we collaborate with others, we come up with more holistic solutions to problems & we are all motivated to do more, because we feel valuable
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Dan Pontefract Nov 25
The path to enlightenment starts by becoming your own architect of purpose.
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