On this episode, we unpack the virtual learning experience and visit The Astellas Virtual Classroom with Josh Williamson, Technical Analyst. How does Josh apply design thinking principles as he orchestrates different virtual learning formats for Astellas? Finally, we get to the bottom of "practitionership" and what makes Josh's work meaningful for him.
On this episode, we review the 2018 LinkedIn Workplace Learning Report and some of the most relevant trends in adult learning. Most importantly, we share some of the things you can do to upgrade the learning experience at your organization. For of our content, be sure and subscribe to our YouTube channel by clicking the "Subscribe Here" button below.
Let's think about our business as a platform to reach others, connect as individuals, and build something better than the sum of the parts. On this episode I sit down with Tim Jones - creator, entrepreneur, social engineer, and an extremely meaningful blast from my past.
In this episode we talk podcasting with the founder of "Wrigleyville Nation" a predominant sports podcast in Chicago. Podcasting and audio content are making their way into the way we learn and do business.
Episode 018 covers how to get started with a podcast, best practices in production and distribution of your new podcast, and most importantly how to build a community using voice and video on social networks.
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Are you approaching your work like an art form? Do you consider your career a vocation or a craft? On this episode, we explore the term "practitionership". This concept challenges us to consider where we are spending our time and how we can go deeper in our craft.
We also introduce our first Podcast! "Create the Space" is a weekly podcast dedicated to offer depth in spaces that are valuable to you. Each week we’ll create the space for strategic thinking, the builders mentality, and putting new ideas on the table to try with your team.
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In this episode, we look back at some of the biggest trends in business for 2017. We also provide an update on our growing business, Thoughtium. We are so lucky to have a community around us that supports our creativity and challenges us to go deeper. Thank you and Happy Holidays!
We can learn so much from young, growing companies like Theo & Harris. On this episode, we go deep on what it takes to build a brand through unique experiences and new social mediums. Thank you to the entire T&H family for the eye-opening look at your creative process. I am so excited to share this Vlog with you all.
How we experience the strategic process is more important today than every before. But why is strategy often a "check-the-box" activity that happens 3-4 times a year. On this episode, we talk about ways that we can make building strategy more of a language than an annual activity.
What can we learn from startup organizations as we build strategy and design great learning experiences? On this episode we share the top three advantages that allow startups to do great work.
What are the most critical elements we bring to the way we facilitate, organize meetings, or design great learning experiences? On this episode, I sit down with a client and a friend Paige Earl from Omada Health to discuss some of the more “human” elements that make the learning experience great.
I believe business strategy is a constant pull between the big ideas and real execution. On this episode, I challenge you to identify the top 3 "Big Questions" that will determine success for your business in the future. This is an exercise you can use to calibrate your strategy to what matters most.
I have forever been fascinated with design. It started with physical objects but as I learn more, I see design principles exist in not just the things we make but the way we put them out to the world.
On this episode, we talk design and I have a go at my first (semi) public rant!
On this episode, we talk about leading with authenticity and introducing concepts such as vulnerability and self-awareness in the workplace. A better understanding of these concepts will help us blend our personal development with our professional endeavors and open doors to become more effective leaders.
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On this episode, we deconstruct the creative process - starting with the 3 key ingredients to thinking creatively. If you are interested in creating content for your business, you have to find the right elements that allow you to do your best work and tell the best story.
On this episode, we review the 2017 LinkedIn Learning Report and some of the most relevant trends in adult learning. Most importantly, we share some of the things you can do to upgrade the learning experience at your organization.
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On This episode we review the key components to the strategic visioning process. Use this methodology to define the future for your team or organization.
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On this episode, we look at the future of learning by focussing on key trends that are effecting our Learning & Development programs today. Massively Open Online Courses challenge us to think about expanding our offerings for today's learners who want grow outside of their given role or function.
I traveled to the historic Blackstone District in Omaha Nebraska to talk space design with some great friends. The Blackstone Social space reflects the neighborhood and brings a truly unique experience to its customers.
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Design, two of my best friends, and endless red meat... how can this already be the greatest Episode ever!? On this episode, we go deep on the key ingredients to the Beefsteak, a tradition that dates back to the early 1900's.
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Do you have a big presentation coming up? Need a fresh new way to train your reps on the sales pitch? On this episode, we talk about a concept called "storyboarding". This is an effective way to prepare for presentations or train your new hires on sales content. Let's get away from linear thinking when it comes to communicating. Storyboarding allows you to take a step back from your presentation and group your content into key messages that support your main objective.
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