What’s your learning plan for 2020? Don’t have one and want to get one? My free February Learning and Development Roundtable will help you with that.
Learning plans help you be deliberate about learning.
“Learning is not attained by chance, it must be sought for with ardor and attended to with diligence.” ―Abigail Adams.
They help you to be proactive about learning.
“In the moment of crisis, the wise build bridges, and the foolish build dams.” ~ Nigerian proverb
Learning plans help you put learning in context.
“Knowledge without wisdom is like water in the sand.” ~ Guinean proverb.
To create a learning plan you’ll need to know:
- What a learning plan is and why it’s so important that you and/or your team have one.
- How to use the learning plan template you’ll receive in the Learning and Development Roundtable workshop to create a customized learning plan for yourself and/or your team.
- How to use S.A.K.E.s (c) to streamline the process (and what they are. Hint: see picture above).
- How to do all of the above in a fun, interactive way (Hint: the Pink Panther just may make an appearance and there might be a friendly small group competition with a prize).
- (If you’re a UN staff) How to sync up your learning plan with the UN learning offerings.
“Wisdom is like a baobab tree; no one individual can embrace it.” ~ Akan proverb.
Get wise and get a learning plan. Then use you it to leverage 2020.
Sign up for the February roundtable and get your learning plan started.
Because “you don’t have to be great to start, but you have to start to be great.” –Zig Ziglar
Now go on and learn, laugh and lead.
- Sign up for the Learning Plan Workshop at this month’s Learning and Development Roundtable.
- Pro tip: if the timezone proves tricky, sign up anyway because you’ll receive an audio and video recording of the workshop.
- Get a learning plan. Don’t flail about, doing the same ol’ same ol’ without getting anywhere, like this cat.
- Create your own fun, fab learning plan for 2020.
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