Monthly Archives: May 2014
How I Learned that Shannon Tipton is AMAZING at Feedback!
I used to work for Shannon Tipton. On Twitter I called her #BossLady. Although it was a brutal commute – over 50 miles each way – it was worth every hour spent on the Chicago roadways. I wasn’t kidding about … Continue reading
Posted in Show Your Work Tagged chicago, feedback, learning, Reflection, Shannon Tipton 1 Comment
Showing My Work: The Ugly
I train customers on our products. We do this by providing elearning followed by a facilitated virtual classroom. Last week I got my first HORRIBLE reviews on my facilitation skills. I know, it happens. I ask you, who wants to … Continue reading
Posted in Show Your Work Tagged adult learning, evaluation, feedback, learning, Reflection 4 Comments
How I Learned a FOURTH Unexpected Reason to Submit a Speaking Proposal
The inspiration for this post is David Kelly of the eLearning Guild and his blog post, Three Unexpected Reasons to Submit a Speaking Proposal. It made me mutter aloud to myself as I was reading it. You see, I recently … Continue reading
Posted in Show Your Work Tagged conferences, learning, Reflection 1 Comment
How I Resuscitated my J Key
A couple of days ago I posted that I killed my j key. Several people have asked how I fixed it.
Posted in Show Your Work Tagged keyboard, learning Leave a comment