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February 2020

Designing a Learning Plan for you and/or your team that rocks

February 21 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm UTC+3

Every month, I host a roundtable that brings together top minds in the learning and development space to network, learn, and support each other as we all keep up with the latest in the Learning and Development space and grow our organizations. Join us virtually or in person (at the UN in Nairobi), and enjoy access to an engaged, excited group of your peers along with access to my portal of resources and 7+ years of meetings! What’s your learning…

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March 2020

Learning and Development Roundtable : How to put your learning into action

March 20 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm UTC+3

Remember that terrific workshop, course or other learning event 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. Don’t worry.  You’re in good company. We’re inundated with so many learning opportunities these days that it can be tough to make time for learning, let alone how to make…

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April 2020

Learning and Development Roundtable: Harnessing Tech Tools for Turbulent Times

April 17 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm UTC+3
FREE

In these turbulent, trying times we are apart but that doesn’t mean we have to be isolated.  Tech tools can help bring us together, they can help us connect, bridge and help us feel like we belong.  Seriously. If your eyebrows have just climbed up your face and you’re snorting in derision, I get it. Ever felt so frustrated that you wanted to throw tech in the toilet?  While tech tools can definitely make us feel anxious and overwhelmed this…

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May 2020

Learning and Development Roundtable: Harnessing Tech Tools for Turbulent Times Part Two

May 15 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm UTC+3

In these turbulent, trying times we are apart but that doesn’t mean we have to be isolated.  Tech tools can help bring us together, they can help us connect, bridge and help us feel like we belong.  Seriously.   Based on popular demand, building on last month's Roundtable, we're back for part Two of Harnessing Tech Tools for Turbulent Times.   Ever felt so frustrated that you wanted to throw tech in the toilet?  While tech tools can definitely make…

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June 2020

Learning and Development Roundtable: Virtual team work in the time of COVID – Turning you and your team right side up again

June 19 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm UTC+3

  We need to be thinking about the mental health of our teams, our staff, our colleagues, and ourselves because catching up around the office water cooler or dishing over an impromptu lunch is a distant dream. Zoom has become part of our daily vocabulary and we’ve climbed the learning curve of: Juggling working from home.  Being more comfortable with all the tech that entails. Adding ‘teacher’ to our list of titles as we homeschool our kids. (for some of…

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July 2020

Learning and Development Roundtable: Virtual team building in the time of COVID – yes it’s possible and here’s how

July 17 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm UTC+3

Is your virtual team lagging?  Unmotivated?  Overwhelmed? Bickering?   In recent Learning and Development Roundtables, we’ve learned how to Harness Technology in Turbulent Times and we’ve learned how to manage virtual teams.     Feeling accomplished?  You should be.  High fives all round.    "Find a group of people who challenge and inspire you, spend a lot of time with them, and it will change your life." – Amy Poehler   Now more than ever before we need to be focusing…

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August 2020

Learning and Development Roundtable: Virtual team building in the time of COVID – Yes it’s possible and here’s how with very special guest Emmanuel Jal

August 21 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm UTC+3

  Is your virtual team lagging?  Unmotivated?  Overwhelmed? Bickering?   Have I got a special treat for you.  Emmanuel Jal, former South Sudanese child soldier and now international peace activist, musician, performer, artist, and humanitarian, will join us to share his hard-earned, well-honed tips on how to keep calm and carry on.   “I share my story for social-emotional learning through the arts, business, and philanthropy. I offer experiences with music, healing, education, and healthy living - so that together…

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September 2020

Learning and Development Roundtable: Leave no one behind: four inclusive, accessible steps to teaching workshops

September 18 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm UTC+3

You’ve signed up for that workshop you’ve wanted to take. It’s started. You’re in. You’re motivated. You’re learning…well, sort of. Okay, not really. Not at all actually.  Your learning has sunk farther and faster than the titanic.   All of a sudden, instead of looking forward to learning, you’re feeling excluded, left out, and ignored.  Enter major roadblocks to your learning.     Can you relate?  It.doesn’t.have.to.be.that.way.  And it shouldn’t.   Here’s how to help make sure that doesn’t happen the…

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