Remember that terrific workshop or course you took last year and all your good intentions for putting your learning into action? I’m guessing you may have fallen short by being overwhelmed, forgetting where you put your notes or just simply not having any clue where to start.
You’re in good company. We’re inundated with so many opportunities these days that it can be tough to make time for learning, let alone how to make sure you apply that learning.
“Knowledge without application is like a book that is never read”― Christopher Crawford
Learning is key in today’s fast-paced world, it’s key to social change, to keep current and connected and contributing. But too often learning stays academic or theoretical and doesn’t make its way into application.
“Most of the people readily accept the principle but resist its practice.” ― Amit Kalantri
Checking out the resources from my March Learning and Development Roundtable will help you make sure your learning sticks and that you actually use it.
In this free workshop with Lee-Anne Ragan you’ll:
- Learn why putting your learning into action is so important, especially these days and the three things you can do to get started immediately.
- Discover two key ingredients for using your learning and how to completely customize both to fit you and your style.
- Put into practice three things you absolutely must have to apply your learning.
- Examine three specific circles that literally surround you to help you help yourself with applying your learning: environmental, organizational and community.
- Count the workshop towards your annual UN-Mandated training (If you’re a UN staff)
“Make your education valuable. Apply what you learned. Refuse to take the back seat and watch things happen. Join the change and be part of the change.” ― Israelmore Ayivor
Now go on and learn, laugh and lead.
- See the workshop replay video below.
- Learning can be life and death. Well kinda. Check out this virtual escape room. You’ll be on pins and needles I promise.
- Create a learning action plan for yourself and use it the next time you take an online course, go to a workshop, listen to a conference speaker, etc.
P.S. Like the idea of leaping into learning. Join us for the April 17 Learning and Development Roundtable: Harnessing Tech Tools for Turbulent Times