Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Reflections on Training 2013!


Training 2013 is coming to an end. What is ONE thing that you consider an “ah-ha” moment: something that surprised you, provoked you, filled in a missing gap, or otherwise sparked new or renewed thinking?

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30 comments:

  1. I have a whole new thought process on employee engagement. Training 2013 has given me great ideas to take back to my organization.

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  2. I just set up my own blog as you were talking. Easy!
    Peggy

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    1. stop multitasking! People can't do that!

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  3. As an admitted social media addict, I am thrilled at the content and engagement of Jane's clinic! #stayingcurrent

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    1. Trying again and jumping back on the blog-wagon!

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  4. I can think of a lot of gat ways to use this in my world! Professional and otherwise!

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  5. How powerful dancing is for breaking down barriers and inviting people to engage. ck

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  6. I'm still not sure how I will use a blog in my organization. But this is cool and easy to do! amymelton

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  7. Gamification is awesome.

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  8. Back to cold Illinois. Boo

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  9. Bob Pike's session on memory and learning was very interesting. Ray Kurzeil's keynote was mind-blowing. I was pleasantly surprised by Matt Harding's keynote.

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  10. The idea that participants should be engaged in some type of activity about every 10 minutes! I never considered having activities spaced in this way.

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  11. Training 2013 was a great experience. It is my first year here and I'm looking forward to, hopefully, coming back to attend the future events. I've met some great people throughout my time here and I've learned MANY concepts and ideas that will certainly change the way I deliver training.

    When attending the "Never Give A Boring Technical Presentation Again" workshop, one thing I learned is that people lose focus about every 7-10 minutes. To keep them engaged, you must constantly manage their state.

    -WH

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  12. Learning lots of things about blogs today! - RV

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  13. in process of gaining
    a new (non-hesitant) appreciation for social learning.

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  14. Ev here. First blog ever!

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  15. I really enjoyed the keynotes yesterday. Very inspiring.

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  16. I'm still not sure how I will use a blog in my organization. But it is easy and cool! Amy Melton

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  17. Great for structured learning -

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  18. Not just one "ah-ha" from the conference but I am more open to Social Media now - thank you. Cheryl D.

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  19. Jane, you're awesome. I know that's off task! :-)

    I'm soaking this stuff up.

    Where did you say the link is to learn the 23 things for librarians?

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    1. How do I edit my post to add my initials? :-)

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  20. Great conference in every way! Robin Borough

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  21. How can I get a fun job like yours? :-)
    JT

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  22. How do I earn an incentive card like you have in your hot little hand?

    What is the most secure of the blogs?

    How do we keep track of all these passwords and do so securely?

    How do I delay text messages so that it can post on schedule?

    How do I list books on LinkedIn? I used to know then they updated it and they lost me!

    How do I store docs on my iPhone so I can attach them like I do images, vCards, etc.

    Epiphany for the entire event...Captain D. Michael Abrashoff for Secretary of State! :-)

    JT

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  23. I sent you a LinkedIn connection request and you're welcome to accept it. It is NOT spam. I did identify myself as being in your C01 course.
    JT

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