Voices of the Learning Network

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  • 3. Human Up!

    Episode three of the Voice of the Learning Network looks at the softer side of learning. And by softer side, we mean the most important side of learning--the human side.Join Learning Softer Side Guru, Fiona McBride and Erin as they talk through practical steps to implement a balance in your learning ecosystem.Love the Minute with feature? Well you don't want to miss Andrew Jacobs, one of the Learning Network's directors and visionary behind LLARN.Take a breath and yes... Human UpLearn more about Connect 2023

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  • 2. Plan Up!

    Episode two of the Voice of the Learning Network is large and in charge and we are ready to pack our bags as we prep for this season of learning conferences.Join Caleb Foster from Mindboost, and two of our Learning Network directors, Kim Ellis the CEO of Go Ginger and award wining learning designer Paula Hughes as they provide the tips and tricks of making your time matter as you navigate the overwhelming world of conferences.We are also excited to introduce our new feature, “A Minute with…” that provides a bit of insight into the life and times of our directors.Are you ready to plan up?
  • 1. Speak Up

    The Learning Network is a professional organization for people who work in the learning and development industry. It was founded in the early 2000s by a group of passionate learning professionals who wanted to create a community where people could share ideas, resources, and best practices.The Learning Network has over 10,000 members from all over the world. Members include instructional designers, trainers, facilitators, coaches, and other professionals who work in the learning and development field.There are many benefits to being a member of the Learning Network. Members have access to a variety of resources, including:Networking opportunities: Members can connect with other professionals in the learning and development field through the Learning Network's online forums, events, and conferences. Mentorship opportunities: Members can find mentors who can help them with their career development. Professional development opportunities: Members can access a variety of professional development resources, including webinars, workshops, and online courses.Bottomline, the Learning Network is a valuable resource for anyone who works in the learning and development industry. If you are looking for ways to improve your skills, network with other professionals, or stay up-to-date on the latest trends, then the Learning Network is the place for you.Join us every month to celebrate the Voice of the Learning Network!Home - The Learning Network ( DonovanTom McDowall
  • It's Time to Listen

    The concept of voice keeps coming up in the world of learning. The ideas of story, authenticity and owning your space are lighting our collective future path.The Learning Network is delighted to provide our very first podcast, Voice of the Learning Network. If you're interested in the idea of story voice, if you want to hear from industry partners, members, directors, and people in the field who are getting it right, check us out.Voices of the Learning Network is bringing you its inaugural podcast and a podcast provider near you. It's time to listen to what learning really sounds like.