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Taruna Goel
Learning & Performance Specialist I Translating Business Needs into Learning Experiences that Increase Work Performance
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Taruna Goel 16h
Replying to @chriscarlson
Haven't read it but seems like I should :) Thanks for the recommendation!
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Taruna Goel 17h
Loved this! We need more visual stories like these that reframe what learning looks like.
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Taruna Goel 19h
"becoming a good learner is something that anyone can do and something that should be available to every member in the community" Welcome to the City of Lifelong Learning
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Taruna Goel 21h
“Non-linear Career Paths are the New Norm” by
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Taruna Goel May 24
Learning While Working - A Free Virtual Conference - eLearning Industry via
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Jane Hart May 24
Automation Will Make Lifelong Learning a Necessary Part of Work
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Taruna Goel May 24
Are you trapped in the death valley of workplace learning?
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Taruna Goel May 24
The Case for Small Data in Learning by
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Brian Washburn May 24
Replying to @write2tg
The competency model is the single-biggest helpful tool I've found for managers who struggle to answer the question: "Why haven't I been promoted yet?" It's super helpful in identifying (the right) needs and recommending development opportunities.
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Taruna Goel May 24
Replying to @flipchartguy
I would have to agree! Many people in L&D feel that competency models are for the HR and that's far from the truth!. Also, it doesn't need to take 6 months to develop a competency model. Rapid development helps us stay ahead of the needs instead of playing catch-up
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Taruna Goel May 24
Some good questions indeed! In my work, I develop competency models to define what successful behaviors and performance looks like and definitely see the value in creating them.
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Taruna Goel May 24
Making the case for the water cooler conversations..
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Taruna Goel May 23
It is useful to see but it is more important to do :)
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Ted Fujimoto May 23
Education can learn from this! “Don't use acronyms or nonsense words for objects, software, or processes at Tesla. In general, anything that requires an explanation inhibits communication.”
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Taruna Goel May 23
Excellent insights from on the future of work and the need for lifelong learning: "Everyone can be replaced; the question is not how to prevent robots from winning over the workplace, but how to stay employable in…
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Taruna Goel May 23
3 Ways to Combat Loneliness While Working Remotely >> Especially like the tip on using remote work as a way to expand your network within your local community.
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Clark Quinn May 22
Latest Learnlet: Mental models are the agents of learning:
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Jane Hart May 22
7th annual Learning in the Workplace Survey shows that classroom training and E-Learning are still the least valued ways of learning. Here are THREE key things I believe it means for L&D
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Taruna Goel May 22
I think a model provides structure and meaning to solving a problem. Having said that, no one model is perfect but some of them can be useful. I also feel that we tend to get carried away with new tools or product designs even though good learning principles are universal.
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Taruna Goel May 22
Oh, these words are indeed annoying!
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