Transcript 6 October 2011(Early)

10:30:33 am lrnchat: Welcome to #lrnchat! How have you been?
10:31:24 am Robin_Bridson: Great! The sun’s out! RT @lrnchat: Welcome to #lrnchat! How have you been? #lrnchat
10:31:26 am megbertapelle: hi all! home sick today but can’t miss #lrnchat
10:31:35 am MarniDunning: I have been fantabulous!! #lrnchat… loving the MN weather!
10:31:40 am kelly_smith01: As a freelancer I can attend #lrnchat 1
10:31:40 am sparkandco: Hi #lrnchat – despite walking pneumonia, I am working on interesting projects.
10:31:44 am lrnchat: Rule 1 for #lrnchat: Introduce yourself. Where are you based? Focus? Favorite topics? What brings you here?
10:31:58 am ErinDealey: RT @PatriciaNewman: Combating illiteracy one child at a time: http://t.co/Dj5AqOTD #literacy #poverty #lrnchat
10:32:08 am Robin_Bridson: @megbertapelle You’re a trooper! Hope you feel better soon! #lrnchat
10:32:08 am kelly_smith01: RT @MarniDunning: I have been fantabulous!! #lrnchat… loving the MN weather! Fall in 10K lakes land
10:32:10 am weisblatt: RT @lrnchat: Welcome to #lrnchat! How have you been? #lrnchat
10:32:30 am lrnchat: Rule 2. Stay on the #lrnchat topic. A new question will be asked every 15 min or so. If you can, include Q# in related responses.
10:32:41 am nancyrubin: Attending #lrnchat from Louisville, KY this week. Visiting my daughter at school. Nice to see leaves changing (don’t see that in FL!)
10:32:43 am weisblatt: Hi, I’ve been having trouble getting back into the lrnchat groove. Glad to be back #lrnchat
10:32:49 am lesleywprice: Hi…Lesley here..based in Loughborough UK…key interest is effective implementation of elearning been enjoying #indiansummer #lrnchat
10:32:53 am LisaAGoldstein: Lisa Goldstein, e-Learning Manager in Denver, CO For the next 90 min I will be participating in #lrnchat
10:32:57 am megbertapelle: Meg Bertapelle, ID@ Intuitive Surgical, Sunnyvale, CA (not sunny today) interested in supporting lrning @ my org🙂 #lrnchat
10:33:10 am wls1961: Wanda Simpson, instructional designer, learner, Morgantown, WV #lrnchat
10:33:23 am onsSara: RT @lrnchat: Rule 1 for #lrnchat: Introduce yourself. Where are you based? Focus? Favorite topics? What brings you here? #lrnchat
10:33:38 am megbertapelle: @Robin_Bridson thanks🙂 just a cold, so a little DayQuil & i should be OK🙂 #lrnchat
10:33:41 am MarniDunning: I am an Instructional Designer at #MNSU (MN State Mankato) and my focus is teaching faculty how to use technology in the classroom. #lrnchat
10:33:41 am kelly_smith01: Kelly Smith, currently freelancing in ISD, not much foliage change in TX. #lrnchat
10:33:41 am CatMoore: It’s #lrnchat time. Prepare for more tweets than usual, and join us! #lrnchat
10:33:47 am lrnchat: Rule 3. When tweeting your response, complete thoughts help followers outside #lrnchat learn from you.
10:34:00 am weisblatt: Qintro: Adam Weisblatt, eLearning specialist in Connecticut. Got a new job since I last joined. #lrnchat
10:34:07 am sparkandco: Hi #lrnchat – Holly MacDonald, independent ID, from far left coast of Canada.
10:34:15 am C_More_Zebras: Hello #lrnchat ‘ers. Christopher Allen, Minneapolis, authoring tools and assorted learning tech.
10:34:15 am lrnchat: Rule 4: Remember to include #lrnchat in all posts. http://t.co/3Chbdd9N http://t.co/iiHBQBVP & http://twubs.com automate that.
10:34:19 am lesleywprice: @megbertapelle come to England….we have been enjoying temps of 82deg F!! #lrnchat
10:34:22 am sparkandco: RT @weisblatt: Qintro: Adam Weisblatt, eLearning specialist in Connecticut. Got a new job since I last joined. #lrnchat <no more freelance?
10:34:22 am waithash: @lrnchat: #lrnchat Francis Nairobi Kenya. Favourite topics. Marketing, blogging, social media. Here to learn.
10:34:25 am Robin_Bridson: Q0: Robin Bridson – New Horizons Computer Learning Center Syracuse & Rochester, Marketing and Training and GO YANKEES! #lrnchat
10:34:37 am lesleywprice: RT @CatMoore: Its #lrnchat time. Prepare for more tweets than usual, and join us! #lrnchat
10:34:40 am nancyrubin: I attend #lrnchat to “hang out” with my friends. It’s a great way to build your own PLN!
10:34:41 am megbertapelle: @weisblatt cool! congrats on the new job! #lrnchat
10:34:43 am ITKnowConsult: Good morning! Marisa with In The Know Consulting, in Orlando, FL #lrnchat
10:34:47 am erikarobNC: @lrnchat ID for Cisco Systems – learner experience team – remote worker on the coast of NC #lrnchat
10:35:01 am AnnJ00: Hi, Ann here, based in Surrey. Interests in L&D generally, including e-learning #lrnchat
10:35:06 am Robin_Bridson: Congrats! RT @weisblatt: Qintro: Adam Weisblatt, eLearning specialist in Connecticut. Got a new job since I last joined. #lrnchat
10:35:38 am onsSara: Sara Stuever, Pittsburgh (sunny today!), thinking a lot about online learning engagement lately, here for the wit and wisdom #lrnchat
10:35:40 am CatMoore: Cathy Moore, in sunny Mérida, Mexico, instructional design and banjo-whomping #lrnchat
10:35:42 am NixTheNext: Q0: Becky from Chicago- Instructional Designer/eLearning Dev’er. SOOO psyched for #DevLearn. Buttons! #lrnchat
10:35:47 am lesleywprice: RT @weisblatt: Qintro: Adam Weisblatt, eLearning specialist in Connecticut. Got a new job since I last joined. congrats!! #lrnchat
10:35:54 am lrnchat: Rule 5. Periodically RT questions so those outside #lrnchat know what you’re talking about & so they can chime in too.
10:36:03 am chet_stevenson: Chester Stevenson, Trainer/IDer in Columbia, MO. Finishing my Masters in Instructional & Performance Technology at Boise State #lrnchat
10:36:06 am ITKnowConsult: Congrats! RT @weisblatt: Qintro: Adam Weisblatt, eLearning specialist in Connecticut. Got a new job since I last joined. #lrnchat
10:36:07 am kelly_smith01: RT @lrnchat: Rule 5. Periodically RT questions so those outside #lrnchat know what you’re talking about & so they can chime in too.
10:36:19 am megbertapelle: @lesleywprice I wish! had a friend just get back from Ireland, and everywhere she DIDN’T visit was in the 80s LOL #lrnchat
10:36:25 am DrGeena: Hello from Long Island! Instructional designer and online Professor, looking forward to #lrnchat today.
10:36:27 am lesleywprice: RT @lrnchat: Rule 5. Periodically RT questions so those outside #lrnchat know what youre talking about & so they can chime in too. #lrnchat
10:36:27 am lrnchat: Rule 6. On #lrnchat we aim to play nice. Sarcasm & irony welcome, though. Seriously, but not too serious.
10:36:28 am chet_stevenson: RT @lrnchat: Rule 1 for #lrnchat: Introduce yourself. Where are you based? Focus? Favorite topics? What brings you here?
10:36:40 am lress: wird ein anstrengener Feiabend: jetzt #lrnchat ab 18:30 #lerntt einmal EN einmal DE🙂
10:36:47 am petersonandrew: #lrnchat Andrew Peterson, Computer Systems Tech / Game Based Learning Junkie at West Shore Community College
10:36:49 am LnDDave: Greetings #lrnchat! David Kelly from NYC, looking forward to another stimulating discussion.
10:37:03 am JD_Dillon: Hello #lrnchat-ers … I lead a learning development team in Florida, interested to hear more from industry professionals on today’s topic
10:37:04 am olliegardener: Hi #lrnchat folks. I’m multitasking today, attempting to anyway. Ollie Gardener. Start-up founder @NoddlePod. Now in Spain🙂 #lrnchat
10:37:07 am MarniDunning: My drive in MN right now… #lrnchat http://t.co/bu4nYWu7
10:37:20 am StephanieDaul: Stephanie Daul, Learning Development Consultant, Chicago, design of any kind! #lrnchat
10:37:20 am lesleywprice: @megbertapelle lol!!! its been same in Scotland where I am originally from😦 #lrnchat
10:37:22 am kelly_smith01: RT @olliegardener: Hi #lrnchat folks. I’m multitasking today, attempting to anyway. Ollie Gardener. Start-up founder @NoddlePod.
10:37:36 am lrnchat: Rule 7. Before we end #lrnchat, reintroduce yourself. Links, requests & shameless plugs welcome, too.
10:37:47 am weisblatt: Best part of new job is that my team is hyper focused on contributing to the bottom line. Exciting #lrnchat
10:38:03 am AmyMKing: Anyone have recommendations for online collaboration platforms w/ LMS functionality? Think cheap/open source as I’m w non-profit #lrnchat
10:38:11 am chrisstjohn: Chris St.John. DAU (the WalMart of Learning) Empowering Tech Herder, Sunday Avatarian. Friend of the Rebel Aliance (Usually) #lrnchat
10:38:15 am gabriellabroady: Hi from MN, where it is in the 80s all week. Working on 4 client projects! #lrnchat
10:38:24 am lrnchat: Q0) Time for the #lrnchat welcome: What have you learned today? What have you learned this week?
10:38:28 am KoreenOlbrish: <– hi from Philadelphia ‘burbs, immersive learning design book in progress, kicking off an alternate reality game alpha today! #lrnchat
10:38:34 am BizzyBee1014: #lrnchat Hello everyone! Deborah Ward, manage the Training and Change Management Practice for a Washington DC area consulting firm
10:38:37 am aaronesilvers: Aaron Silvers, Chicago. Multi-tasking through #lrnchat today. Interesting things going on with both @learningreg and @projecttincan
10:38:40 am UASALTCtr: RT @Atomic_Kristi: Steve Jobs: #edtech pioneer http://t.co/PT1NRtaL #lrnchat
10:38:45 am C4LPT: @lrnchat Jane Hart, I’m multi-tasking too #lrnchat
10:38:47 am CatMoore: @weisblatt Congratulations! Sounds like a great team. #lrnchat
10:38:53 am sparkandco: RT @lrnchat: Q0) Time for the #lrnchat welcome: What have you learned today? What have you learned this week?
10:38:54 am gdochuk: Will be in and out of #lrnchat, but Greg from Vancouver BC. leaning specialist and course developer
10:38:56 am megbertapelle: @lesleywprice sounds crazy, ’cause I always think of them as cloudy, wet, and green🙂 #lrnchat
10:39:00 am NixTheNext: @petersonandrew Welcome! Gamification, eh? Got any good hashtags to share- I’m ISO game-development tweeps🙂 #lrnchat
10:39:00 am megbertapelle: RT @lrnchat: Q0) Time for the #lrnchat welcome: What have you learned today? What have you learned this week? #lrnchat
10:39:12 am ITKnowConsult: Q0> it’s been a slow week workwise. learned that rarely do SMEs meet deadlines. LOL. #lrnchat
10:39:19 am 4KM: Alice MacGillivray on Canada’s west coast, hoping to be present for parts of #lrnchat today.
10:39:40 am FionaQuigs: RT @ITKnowConsult: Q0> it’s been a slow week workwise. learned that rarely do SMEs meet deadlines. LOL. #lrnchat
10:39:41 am petersonandrew: #lrnchat rewards and recognitions should have a nice connection with game based learning.
10:39:46 am DrGeena: RT @ITKnowConsult: Q0> it’s been a slow week workwise. learned that rarely do SMEs meet deadlines. LOL. #lrnchat me too, again.🙂
10:39:48 am wls1961: Q0) I have learned my creativity is as valuable as my technology! #lrnchat
10:39:54 am alexpickett: RT @lrnchat: Q0) Time for the #lrnchat welcome: What have you learned today? What have you learned this week?
10:40:14 am MarniDunning: our IT dept took 3 days of #ITIL (IT Infrastructure Library) training this week and took my certification test. Hope I passed! #lrnchat
10:40:16 am weisblatt: RT @lrnchat: Q0) Time for the #lrnchat welcome: What have you learned today? What have you learned this week? #lrnchat
10:40:19 am megbertapelle: Q0) I learned that my daughter is MUCH more fun when I let her wake up on her own. (She is SOOOOO like me) #lrnchat
10:40:21 am npmaven: Debra Beck, Wyoming. Online instructor, nonprofit board development specialist. #lrnchat
10:40:23 am JD_Dillon: Q0) This week I learned the value of streamlined process & administration in getting work done … More effort but better results. #lrnchat
10:40:26 am KoreenOlbrish: Q0. Reminded that time is our most precious commodity #lrnchat
10:40:28 am weisblatt: RT @wls1961: Q0) I have learned my creativity is as valuable as my technology! #lrnchat
10:40:31 am chet_stevenson: RT @lrnchat: Q0) Time for the #lrnchat welcome: What have you learned today? What have you learned this week?
10:40:37 am kelly_smith01: Q0) Learned that freelancing is like rowing across Lake Superior sometime there are giant swell sometimes smooth rowing. #lrnchat
10:40:47 am NixTheNext: Q0) I learned… sometimes you need to just #getrdone #lrnchat
10:40:52 am lesleywprice: Q0) been learning how to find ways to entice an old cat to take arthritis medication any suggestions welcome🙂 #lrnchat
10:40:52 am megbertapelle: RT @wls1961: Q0) I have learned my creativity is as valuable as my technology! << so true! #lrnchat
10:40:58 am OpenSesameNow: Hey #lrnchat! This is Kelly from the OpenSesame elearning marketplace in very autumn-y Portland, Oregon.
10:41:08 am ITKnowConsult: RT @wls1961: Q0) I have learned my creativity is as valuable as my technology! #lrnchat
10:41:11 am BizzyBee1014: @AmyMKing #lrnchat Google+ it’s free and has features similar to an Adobe Connect room (share screen, whiteboard & live video).
10:41:11 am gabriellabroady: Learning about robotics technicians & what’s involved in their jobs. #lrnchat
10:41:12 am weisblatt: Q0) I learned again that I really love explaining the “why” of things. #lrnchat
10:41:13 am npmaven: Q0) I learned about the science behind the need for reflection in learning.🙂 #lrnchat
10:41:30 am lesleywprice: @OpenSesameNow Hey Kelly…nice to see you🙂 #lrnchat
10:41:35 am gabriellabroady: RT @KoreenOlbrish: Q0. Reminded that time is our most precious commodity #lrnchat
10:41:40 am chet_stevenson: Q0) Murphey’s law is ALWAYS in effect… ALWAYS! Even when you don’t think it is, it is. #lrnchat
10:41:40 am sparkandco: RT @kelly_smith01: Q0) freelancing is lk rowing across Lake Superior sometime thr R giant swell sometimes smooth rowing. #lrnchat <yup
10:41:44 am StephanieDaul: This week I learned that people don’t get new concepts until they can physically see something #lrnchat
10:41:50 am FionaQuigs: RT @npmaven: Q0) I learned about the science behind the need for reflection in learning.🙂 #lrnchat >>can you share🙂
10:41:52 am AnnJ00: I’ve learnt that when Americans talk about ‘instruction’ they mean what I would call ‘teaching’ #lrnchat
10:41:55 am JaneBozarth: Q0 Learning about SoMe in PM thanks to the kind #PMChat folks. Making upcoming preso much better. #lrnchat
10:41:56 am LnDDave: RT @KoreenOlbrish: Q0. Reminded that time is our most precious commodity #lrnchat
10:41:58 am megbertapelle: @OpenSesameNow Hi Kelly!🙂 #lrnchat
10:41:58 am ITKnowConsult: RT @npmaven: Q0) I learned about the science behind the need for reflection in learning.🙂 < ooh share! #lrnchat
10:42:00 am 4KM: @weisblatt #lrnchat I really love asking the “why” of things (but I’ve known that for a while)
10:42:07 am Lectora: Q0) Hello fellow #lrnchat friends! Today I learned about http://t.co/ptY7SDDX It’s a great way to grow your Twitter network!
10:42:09 am LisaAGoldstein: I really like KNOWING the why of things🙂 RT @weisblatt: Q0) I learned again that I really love explaining the “why” of things. #lrnchat
10:42:10 am BizzyBee1014: Q0) to accept failure as a lesson, not a character trait! #lrnchat
10:42:15 am lesleywprice: RT @AnnJ00: Ive learnt that when Americans talk about instruction they mean what I would call teaching < same in UK #lrnchat
10:42:19 am megbertapelle: @npmaven please share!🙂 #lrnchat
10:42:19 am bschlenker: RT @tmiket: Why Do Some People Learn Faster? | http://t.co/qMwhlcXk people learn how to get it right by getting it wrong again and again #lrnchat
10:42:20 am ThePrezenter: Q0) Learned that I cant function to well on less than 5 hours sleep! #lrnchat
10:42:25 am gdochuk: Well said! RT @weisblatt Q0) I learned again that I really love explaining the “why” of things. #lrnchat
10:42:26 am RamonaMata: Ramona Mata online professor and course dev #lrnchat
10:42:29 am JaneBozarth: @4KM Why?😉 #lrnchat
10:42:57 am nancyrubin: Q1) Learned that you always need a plan (and also a Plan B) in case your first plan does not work out the way you thought. #lrnchat
10:43:01 am OpenSesameNow: @megbertapelle Hi Meg! How’s your week been? My family is cursing the rain. #lrnchat
10:43:01 am chrisstjohn: Q0) Learned mortality sux. There, I said it. iSad. #lrnchat
10:43:08 am waithash: #lrnchat I’ve learned today never to apologize to anyone for demanding Excellence. Also, tweeting isn’t enough, you must have a blog.
10:43:11 am LnDDave: RT @chrisstjohn: Q0) Learned mortality sux. There, I said it. iSad. #lrnchat
10:43:12 am JD_Dillon: Q0) Sometimes the best #PPT ideas come out at 3am while watching @jimmyfallon on DVR.🙂 #lrnchat
10:43:12 am bschlenker: “@KoreenOlbrish: Q0. Reminded that time is our most precious commodity #lrnchat” <I’ll second that!
10:43:14 am sparkandco: RT @nancyrubin: Q1) Learned that U always need a plan (and also a Plan B) in case yr 1st plan does not work out the way U thought. #lrnchat
10:43:22 am megbertapelle: RT @StephanieDaul: This week I learned that people dont get new concepts until they can physically see something<< totally agree #lrnchat
10:43:28 am BizzyBee1014: @npmaven excellent! I’m a David Rock groupie and love the Healthy Brain Platter. Understanding the science is a boon to my practice #lrnchat
10:43:38 am npmaven: @medbertapelle in 140 characters?😉 Will ponder how to do. Cool stuff. #lrnchat
10:43:40 am OpenSesameNow: @lesleywprice Hello! Does your cat like cheese? That used to work with one of my mom’s cats. #lrnchat
10:43:44 am petersonandrew: I learned that today, everyone loves Mac #lrnchat
10:43:46 am lesleywprice: @AnnJ00: when Americans talk about instruction they mean what I would call teaching < even worse some think teaching is learning #lrnchat
10:43:58 am RamonaMata: Q0: learned that i may need to pursue employment outside the home😦 #lrnchat
10:44:03 am megbertapelle: @OpenSesameNow been OK, have cold, but yes – the fam was rejoicing that they got all the grapes in on Saturday last week🙂 #lrnchat
10:44:13 am BizzyBee1014: @chrisstjohn iSad too … also inspired! And will remain so #lrnchat
10:44:18 am npmaven: @BizzyBee1014. Yes! David Rock! Reading up after excellent webinar. #lrnchat
10:44:22 am ThePrezenter: Q0) Also learned that skype video calls are brilliant for business #lrnchat
10:44:23 am ITKnowConsult: RT @bschlenker: “@KoreenOlbrish: Q0. Reminded that time is our most precious commodity #lrnchat” < third! #lrnchat
10:44:44 am OpenSesameNow: @lrnchat This week, I’ve learned I can get really sad about the passing of someone I never met. #lrnchat
10:44:54 am gabriellabroady: q0) learned that acronyms are funny – M.E. can mean medical examiner and mechanical engineer! #lrnchat
10:44:55 am ITKnowConsult: RT @ThePrezenter: Q0) Also learned that skype video calls are brilliant for business < totally! use it ALL the time! #lrnchat
10:45:13 am stipton: #LRNChat time – excuse extra teets or join in. For newby L&D tweetpeeps check out #LRNChat on tweetchat to follow conversation.
10:45:14 am LisaAGoldstein: RT @ITKnowConsult: RT @bschlenker: “@KoreenOlbrish: Q0. Reminded that time is our most precious commodity #lrnchat” #lrnchat
10:45:28 am DrGeena: I learned that taking my 3 year old to his first field trip, is the most important thing I can do! #lrnchat
10:45:29 am BizzyBee1014: @ThePrezenter Google+, even better. It’s free, easy and allows use of a whiteboard and screen share! #lrnchat
10:45:32 am lesleywprice: @OpenSesameNow tried that and tuna and yoghurt sardines seem to be going down well internet has been great source ..I am learning! #lrnchat
10:45:37 am ckagy: (202) 663-3299 #lrnchat
10:45:39 am weisblatt: Q0) I learned that Instant Messenger video chat works well for SME meetings. #lrnchat
10:45:42 am C_More_Zebras: Q0) discovered some really ridiculous bank fees are coming soon. #lrnchat glad I have a great bank.
10:45:49 am ebase: RT @lrnchat: Q0) Time for the #lrnchat welcome: What have you learned today? What have you learned this week?
10:45:49 am megbertapelle: @npmaven hahaha – you can share links you know😉 do a blog post & link it, or share your resources🙂 #lrnchat
10:45:50 am ckagy: whoops!:-/ #lrnchat
10:45:54 am JaneBozarth: Lrnd that @stipton and @triciaransom and @aaronesilvers make good partners in crime for me #SLNinja #lrnchat
10:45:57 am lrnchat: Q1) What do you believe is the difference between recognition & rewards? Do you personally prefer one over the other? #lrnchat
10:46:15 am LisaAGoldstein: I was very sad to hear about Steve Jobs. We lost someone great. #lrnchat
10:46:18 am ITKnowConsult: RT @C_More_Zebras: Q0) discovered some really ridiculous bank fees are coming soon. #lrnchat < credit union! #lrnchat
10:46:21 am sparkandco: RT @lrnchat: Q1) What do you believe is the difference between recognition & rewards? Do you personally prefer one over the other? #lrnchat
10:46:24 am ckagy: RT @lrnchat: Q1) What do you believe is the difference between recognition & rewards? Do you personally prefer one over the other? #lrnchat
10:46:30 am OpenSesameNow: @megbertapelle LUCKY. We’ve only crushed 26 tons… hoping for another 100-125, which are currently …chilling. On the vine. #lrnchat
10:46:33 am StephanieDaul: RT @lrnchat: Q1) What do you believe is the difference between recognition & rewards? Do you personally prefer one over the other? #lrnchat
10:46:38 am LisaAGoldstein: RT @lrnchat: Q1) What do you believe is the difference between recognition & rewards? Do you personally prefer one over the other? #lrnchat
10:46:59 am JD_Dillon: Q1) Reward: tangible; Recognition: emotional #lrnchat
10:47:01 am weisblatt: RT @lrnchat: Q1) What do you believe is the difference between recognition & rewards? Do you personally prefer one over the other? #lrnchat
10:47:13 am lesleywprice: Q1) Think you need a mixture of both but very often recognition is more important as it builds esteem which is longer lasting #lrnchat
10:47:13 am Robin_Bridson: RT @lrnchat: Q1) What do you believe is the difference between recognition & rewards? Do you personally prefer one over the other? #lrnchat
10:47:14 am alexpickett: RT @lrnchat: Q1) What do you believe is the difference between recognition & rewards? Do you personally prefer one over the other? #lrnchat
10:47:14 am megbertapelle: RT @lrnchat: Q1) What do you believe is the difference between recognition & rewards? Do you personally prefer one over the other? #lrnchat
10:47:15 am ITKnowConsult: RT @lrnchat: Q1) What do you believe is the difference between recognition & rewards? Do you personally prefer one over the other? #lrnchat
10:47:17 am OpenSesameNow: @ITKnowConsult @ThePrezenter I use Skype every day but haven’t experimented with Google + hangouts yet… Need to do that. #lrnchat
10:47:17 am stipton: I learned how to build a google site for managing a project. Rock and Roll!! #LRNchat
10:47:21 am petersonandrew: #lrnchat recognition is peer based, rewards are something personally valued (for some people the circles cross)
10:47:22 am onsSara: RT @lrnchat: Q1) What do you believe is the difference between recognition & rewards? Do you personally prefer one over the other? #lrnchat
10:47:23 am LnDDave: RT @lrnchat: Q1) What do you believe is the difference between recognition & rewards? Do you personally prefer one over the other? #lrnchat
10:47:28 am MarniDunning: Q1) your teammates or manager noticing you accomplished something vs getting a certificate or award for completing something. #lrnchat
10:47:30 am ckagy: #lrnchat recognition = admiration, awareness. reward = receiving something tangible
10:47:31 am weisblatt: Q1) Isn’t recognition just one type of reward? #lrnchat
10:47:36 am sparkandco: RT @weisblatt: Q1) Isn’t recognition just one type of reward? #lrnchat
10:47:41 am npmaven: RT @lrnchat: Q1) What do you believe is the difference between recognition & rewards? Do you personally prefer one over the other? #lrnchat
10:47:43 am lesleywprice: RT @stipton: I learned how to build a google site for managing a project. Rock and Roll!! #lrnchat
10:47:44 am KoreenOlbrish: Q1. Recognition is public praise; rewards are something you “get” or achieve #lrnchat
10:47:45 am LisaAGoldstein: People should already be rewarded for doing their jobs. Individual/Group Recognition can be an appreciated prize. #lrnchat
10:47:53 am megbertapelle: @OpenSesameNow well that’s the difference then – only about 4 tons of Bertapelle grapes HAHAHAHA #lrnchat
10:47:54 am kelly_smith01: RT @KoreenOlbrish: Q1. Recognition is public praise; rewards are something you “get” or achieve #lrnchat
10:47:55 am ITKnowConsult: Q1) Depends on the situation. Not all see recognition as a reward. #lrnchat
10:47:57 am Robin_Bridson: Good! RT @JD_Dillon: Q1) Reward: tangible; Recognition: emotional #lrnchat
10:47:59 am bschlenker: RT @lrnchat: Q1) What do you believe is the difference between recognition & rewards? Do you personally prefer one over the other? #lrnchat
10:48:03 am knolinfos: #education #edchat #edtech #schools #lrnchat 100+ Google Tricks for Teachers | TeachHUB | @scoopit http://t.co/Vn3fcZ62
10:48:04 am stipton: Q1) What do you believe is the difference between recognition & rewards? Do you personally prefer one over the other? #lrnchat
10:48:09 am FionaQuigs: Q1) depends how I am recognized and by whom…sometimes that is reward in itself #lrnchat
10:48:11 am LnDDave: RT @KoreenOlbrish: Q1. Recognition is public praise; rewards are something you “get” or achieve #lrnchat
10:48:17 am Robin_Bridson: RT @lrnchat: Q0) Time for the #lrnchat welcome: What have you learned today? What have you learned this week? #lrnchat
10:48:17 am npmaven: Thinking along these lines.. RT @KoreenOlbrish: Q1. Recognition is public praise; rewards are something you “get” or achieve #lrnchat
10:48:20 am ITKnowConsult: Q1) depends. not all see recognition as a reward. #lrnchat
10:48:20 am MarniDunning: Q1) I prefer recognition… in a quiet way. #lrnchat
10:48:26 am edCetraT: Q1 – Recognition is acknowledgement. Reward is compensation agreed – tangible #lrnchat
10:48:30 am nancyrubin: RT @JD_Dillon: Q1) Reward: tangible; Recognition: emotional #lrnchat
10:48:31 am ebase: #Lrnchat recognition is public and reward is private. Give me recognition over reward any day
10:48:34 am NixTheNext: RT @JD_Dillon: Q1) Reward: tangible; Recognition: emotional #lrnchat
10:48:35 am StephanieDaul: RT @ckagy: #lrnchat recognition = admiration, awareness. reward = receiving something tangible <add respect to recognition> #lrnchat
10:48:45 am JD_Dillon: Q1) Both important in motivating people. Recognition can be more informal and quick. Rewards require scalability. #lrnchat
10:48:52 am weisblatt: Q1) Recognition is straightforward, but to give a reward you need to know what people value. #lrnchat
10:48:52 am BizzyBee1014: Agree with you, @petersonandrew … not everyone sees peer recognition as rewarding, some may even view it as a threat. #lrnchat
10:48:54 am ITKnowConsult: RT @KoreenOlbrish: Q1. Recognition is public praise; rewards are something you “get” or achieve #lrnchat
10:48:56 am ebase: RT @Robin_Bridson: RT @lrnchat: Q1) What do you believe is the difference between recognition & rewards? Do you personally prefer one over the other? #lrnchat
10:48:59 am stipton: Q1) Recognition leaves a warm fuzzy feeling of appreciation – Reward is the pay-off for good behavior. #lrnchat
10:49:02 am onsSara: ahah, yes>>RT @NixTheNext: RT @JD_Dillon: Q1) Reward: tangible; Recognition: emotional #lrnchat
10:49:12 am megbertapelle: RT @ckagy: #lrnchat recognition = admiration, awareness. reward = receiving something tangible << Reward can be intangible too #lrnchat
10:49:16 am ITKnowConsult: RT @ckagy: #lrnchat recognition = admiration, awareness. reward = receiving something tangible
10:49:19 am 4KM: RT @weisblatt: Q1) Isn’t recognition just one type of reward? #lrnchat
10:49:21 am olliegardener: q0) I relearned the value of community – I’m simply amazed @ the generosity that can be unleashed simply by daring 2 ask for help #lrnchat
10:49:23 am LisaAGoldstein: Q1) It is important to understand whether a person prefers recognition given privately or in a group setting. #lrnchat
10:49:28 am chet_stevenson: RT @lrnchat: Q1) What do you believe is the difference between recognition & rewards? Do you personally prefer one over the other? #lrnchat
10:49:29 am megbertapelle: RT @weisblatt: Q1) Recognition is straightforward, but to give a reward you need to know what people value. #lrnchat
10:49:32 am KoreenOlbrish: Q1. My preference depends on what I did–sometimes recognition is a reward in and of itself. #lrnchat
10:49:32 am lesleywprice: q1) recognition = public celebration and there is nothing like celebrating success #lrnchat
10:49:34 am kelly_smith01: Recognition without a detailed description/rational of recognized accomplishment is pointless. #lrnchat
10:49:36 am LnDDave: Q1) Ultimately both Recognition and Reward are defined by the person receiving it. #lrnchat
10:49:46 am weisblatt: Q1) I didn’t think rewards are only tangible #lrnchat
10:49:46 am edCetraT: @KoreenOlbrish agreed.. recognition is public. #lrnchat
10:49:48 am petersonandrew: #lrnchat i would disagree that a reward is something tangible.
10:49:48 am RamonaMata: Q1: recognition shows appreciation to you publicly, rewards provind incentive. To earn something you value #lrnchat
10:49:50 am npmaven: Q1) Good question to start. Sparking thought on a topic never pondered before. Can’t deny recognition need, but subset of reward? #lrnchat
10:49:52 am ckagy: RT @weisblatt: Q1) Recognition is straightforward, but to give a reward you need to know what people value. #lrnchat< YES! conflict therein
10:49:55 am megbertapelle: RT @LisaAGoldstein: Q1) It is important to understand whether a person prefers recognition given privately or in a group setting. #lrnchat
10:50:04 am ITKnowConsult: RT @LisaAGoldstein: Q1) It is important to understand whether a person prefers recognition given privately or in a group setting. #lrnchat
10:50:06 am StephanieDaul: RT @LnDDave: Q1) Ultimately both Recognition and Reward are defined by the person receiving it. #lrnchat
10:50:07 am wls1961: RT @LnDDave: Q1) Ultimately both Recognition and Reward are defined by the person receiving it. #lrnchat
10:50:08 am lesleywprice: RT @LnDDave: Q1) Ultimately both Recognition and Reward are defined by the person receiving it. Agreed! #lrnchat
10:50:10 am ThePrezenter: @OpenSesameNow @ITKnowConsult hangouts work great as well, but like averything it needs more users before you can benefit from it #lrnchat
10:50:11 am npmaven: Definitely. Yes. RT @LnDDave: Q1) Ultimately both Recognition and Reward are defined by the person receiving it. #lrnchat
10:50:15 am sparkandco: Q1) recognition/reward is a continuum #lrnchat
10:50:20 am usablelearning: @lrnchat Cool! I’m only a little late for #lrnchat this week #HiEverybody
10:50:20 am chet_stevenson: @stipton Do you have any documentation on how to do this Shannon? #lrnchat
10:50:22 am ITKnowConsult: RT @LnDDave: Q1) Ultimately both Recognition and Reward are defined by the person receiving it. #lrnchat
10:50:23 am Robin_Bridson: Q0) Crash course on Dataflow Diagrams, Use Cases & SDLC. Gave myself a headache! Challenge is how to teach it & not give them one! #lrnchat
10:50:28 am kelly_smith01: RT @LnDDave: Q1) Ultimately both Recognition and Reward are defined by the person receiving it. #lrnchat
10:50:30 am JD_Dillon: Q1) Rewards may keep a person motivated short-term. Recognition will keep them productive long-term. #lrnchat
10:50:32 am olliegardener: RT @wls1961: RT @LnDDave: Q1) Ultimately both Recognition and Reward are defined by the person receiving it. #lrnchat
10:50:32 am chrisstjohn: RT @ebase: #Lrnchat recognition is public and reward is private. Give me recognition over reward any day
10:50:37 am megbertapelle: RT @edCetraT: @KoreenOlbrish agreed.. recognition is public. << I don’t knw, I thnk sm ppl value private recognition frm right ppl #lrnchat
10:50:54 am npmaven: Q1) We value different forms (recog & reward), differently. #lrnchat
10:50:54 am waithash: Q1) #lrnchat recognition is identifying, noticing someone for their actions. Reward is giving a prize for one’s action. Both important.
10:51:03 am weisblatt: Yikes. We have a hard enough time knowing what people need: now we have to figure out what they want. #lrnchat
10:51:11 am BizzyBee1014: RT @kelly_smith01: RT @LnDDave: Q1) Ultimately both Recognition and Reward are defined by the person receiving it. #lrnchat
10:51:14 am stipton: Q1) Rem the “one Minute Manager” give specific’s when recognizing & reward appropriately – catch ppl doing things approx right. #lrnchat
10:51:16 am olliegardener: RT @chrisstjohn: RT @ebase: #Lrnchat recognition is public and reward is private. Give me recognition over reward any day #lrnchat
10:51:18 am ebase: #lrnchat we sometimes imagine that reward keeps someone loyal and working hard but it is almost always recognition that does that.
10:51:24 am LisaAGoldstein: Q1) If an individual receives group recognition but prefers not be “on stage” they’ll avoid the behavior that caused recognition. #lrnchat
10:51:26 am LnDDave: Q1) One man’s recognition is another’s reward; one man’s reward is another man’s trash. #lrnchat
10:51:32 am ckagy: RT @megbertapelle: @ckagy: …reward = receiving something tangible << can be intangible too #lrnchat << agreed. must be valued, though
10:51:32 am megbertapelle: RT @waithash: Q1) recognition is identifying, noticing sm1 for actions. Reward is giving a prize for ones action. Both important. #lrnchat
10:51:33 am chrisstjohn: Recognition is a beer. The buzz is the reward. #lrnchat
10:51:39 am kelly_smith01: When you recognize accomplishment – that recognition is a paradigm for the performance of others. #lrnchat
10:51:42 am FionaQuigs: Q1) REWARD often leads to recognition though…#lrnchat
10:51:42 am ITKnowConsult: RT @LnDDave: Q1) One man’s recognition is another’s reward; one man’s reward is another man’s trash. #lrnchat
10:51:45 am weisblatt: Recognition is the most surefire reward because it’s a good bet that everyone values it. #lrnchat
10:51:48 am JD_Dillon: RT @LnDDave: Q1) One man’s recognition is another’s reward; one man’s reward is another man’s trash. #lrnchat
10:52:02 am OpenSesameNow: Well said! RT @JD_Dillon Q1) Rewards may keep a person motivated short-term. Recognition will keep them productive long-term. #lrnchat
10:52:03 am Robin_Bridson: I really like that! RT @chrisstjohn: Recognition is a beer. The buzz is the reward. #lrnchat
10:52:05 am weisblatt: RT @chrisstjohn: Recognition is a beer. The buzz is the reward. #lrnchat
10:52:06 am NixTheNext: @weisblatt need/want are often congruent- one can lead you to the other. #lrnchat
10:52:09 am sparkandco: For the rest of #lrnchat, I’m just going to RT @weisblatt
10:52:13 am usablelearning: @weisblatt I think it’s also about creating options – we can’t predict exactly what people will want #lrnchat
10:52:23 am megbertapelle: RT @LisaAGoldstein: Q1) If prsn receives group recognition but prefers not be “on stage” theyll avoid behavior that caused recog. #lrnchat
10:52:27 am BizzyBee1014: @weisblatt faster is slower. taking time to understand teams, etc. on this level is ultimately more effective in learning & change #lrnchat
10:52:29 am ITKnowConsult: RT @weisblatt: Yikes. We have a hard enough time knowing what people need: now we have to figure out what they want. < yup! #lrnchat
10:52:29 am stipton: @JaneBozarth Google sites has a templete for a project wiki which includes adding a group and timelines. Very easy to set up. #lrnchat
10:52:46 am LisaAGoldstein: Not necessarily. You can provide recognition privately. RT @edCetraT: @KoreenOlbrish agreed.. recognition is public. #lrnchat
10:52:49 am Robin_Bridson: Ditto!🙂 RT @sparkandco: For the rest of #lrnchat, Im just going to RT @weisblatt #lrnchat
10:52:50 am lesleywprice: q1) its about recognising the WIIFM of others… #lrnchat
10:52:51 am ckagy: #lrnchat reward must be valued by the recipient, not the giver
10:53:00 am LnDDave: Q1) For me, recognition and reward preference are directly linked to context. #lrnchat
10:53:01 am Write_To_Learn: RT @dmlcentral: The Book Tour in the Age of the Internet http://t.co/34kaGdPk #edchat #lrnchat
10:53:05 am npmaven: Important. RT @usablelearning: @weisblatt I think its also about creating options – we cant predict exactly what people will want #lrnchat
10:53:07 am weisblatt: Q1) Empty rewards are anti-rewards #lrnchat
10:53:07 am 4KM: Does the whole idea of individual (or even team) reward erode our ability to focus on relationships and connections? #lrnchat #leadership
10:53:18 am C_More_Zebras: Q1) people loved to be viewed as a hero among friends, family and coworkers. #lrnchat
10:53:19 am ITKnowConsult: RT @weisblatt: RT @chrisstjohn: Recognition is a beer. The buzz is the reward. < LOL! #lrnchat
10:53:20 am megbertapelle: RT @ckagy: #lrnchat reward must be valued by the recipient, not the giver #lrnchat
10:53:21 am weisblatt: RT @lesleywprice: q1) its about recognising the WIIFM of others… #lrnchat
10:53:23 am npmaven: Oh, nice… RT @lesleywprice: q1) its about recognising the WIIFM of others… #lrnchat
10:53:28 am JaneBozarth: My award for 20 years of service. Came w/ instruction booklet. #lrnchat http://t.co/UiwfMbXU
10:53:30 am megbertapelle: RT @LnDDave: Q1) For me, recognition and reward preference are directly linked to context. #lrnchat
10:53:43 am BizzyBee1014: @stipton @JaneBozarth thank you Shannon. I’m using Google+ “hangouts” for meetings, I’ll check out the wiki #lrnchat
10:53:44 am StephanieDaul: Q1) Depends on the definition the person who is giving it. Some ppl think you’ve been recognized because they gave u something #lrnchat
10:53:48 am FionaQuigs: q1) recognition more likely to be informal, with the reward being more formal #lrnchat
10:54:02 am BizzyBee1014: RT @megbertapelle: RT @ckagy: #lrnchat reward must be valued by the recipient, not the giver #lrnchat
10:54:04 am stipton: @chet_stevenson Go to Googel sites and there is a template – with “help” widgets included. Super easy. #lrnchat
10:54:06 am BizzyBee1014: RT @npmaven: Oh, nice… RT @lesleywprice: q1) its about recognising the WIIFM of others… #lrnchat
10:54:07 am kelly_smith01: Recognition is highlighting the differentiation of a exemplary performance/accomplishment #lrnchat
10:54:10 am edCetraT: RT @LnDDave: Q1) For me, recognition and reward preference are directly linked to context. #lrnchat
10:54:14 am OpenSesameNow: Not sure where “feeling valued” & “making good work happen” fits into the reward/recognition continuum, but those are most impt #lrnchat
10:54:16 am ckagy: #lrnchat recognition & reward – talking about for an individual or for a team?
10:54:21 am megbertapelle: Q1) for example, I want reward (discounts) for being loyal customer, but don’t care abt recognition. In my work, want recog. more #lrnchat
10:54:30 am lesleywprice: q1) very often people don’t even realise they are giving something of value…so TELL them! #lrnchat
10:54:39 am onsSara: @JaneBozarth I hope the instructions included a plane ticket and a thumb tack to pick a destination! #lrnchat
10:54:50 am sparkandco: RT @onsSara: @JaneBozarth I hope the instructions included a plane ticket and a thumb tack to pick a destination! #lrnchat
10:54:51 am BizzyBee1014: @C_More_Zebras … not all. some prefer quiet acknowledgement or being able to pass the hero worship along to their teams #lrnchat
10:54:54 am waithash: RT @kelly_smith01: Recognition is highlighting the differentiation of a exemplary performance/accomplishment #lrnchat
10:55:07 am StephanieDaul: RT @megbertapelle: RT @LnDDave: Q1) For me, recognition and reward preference are directly linked to context. #lrnchat
10:55:07 am BizzyBee1014: RT @megbertapelle: Q1) for example, I want reward (discounts) for being loyal customer, but don’t care abt recognition. In my work, want recog. more #lrnchat
10:55:08 am ebase: @weisblatt #lrnchat Bob Dylan worked that out: ‘your debutant knows what you need, but I know what you want’ Stuck inside of Mobile
10:55:16 am ThePrezenter: Q1) Recognition is saying ‘Well done’ and rewards is doing it whilst handing over a bottle of scotch! #lrnchat
10:55:25 am ITKnowConsult: RT @C_More_Zebras: Q1) people loved to be viewed as a hero among friends, family and coworkers. < hmm, not always… #lrnchat
10:55:25 am JaneBozarth: @ITKnowConsult yes. go figure. #lrnchat
10:55:25 am megbertapelle: Q1) cont’d: still want reward of promotion/raise – but recognition more often & is more personally gratifying #lrnchat
10:55:33 am Robin_Bridson: Q1) Reward- Received w/goal in mind or achieved metrics. Recognition- could be less formal, usually unexpected, some value it more. #lrnchat
10:55:33 am ReubenTozman: @lrnchat q1 you can be rewarded without recognition
10:55:41 am npmaven: Q1) So important to ask, observe – try to offer in ways that are meaningful to individual recipient. Never time wasted. #lrnchat
10:55:49 am BizzyBee1014: @megbertapelle you make a good point. Perspective + context. Both matter in selecting the appropriate response. #lrnchat Q1
10:55:56 am LisaAGoldstein: RT @megbertapelle: Q1) I want reward (discounts) for being loyal customer, but dont care abt recognition. In my work, want recog #lrnchat
10:56:06 am chet_stevenson: @stipton THANKS! Looking at it now. Looks great! #lrnchat
10:56:09 am kelly_smith01: Don’t recognize for showing up and being on time and being “good.” Recognize for accomplishment. #lrnchat
10:56:11 am C_More_Zebras: RT @LisaAGoldstein: RT @megbertapelle: Q1) I want reward (discounts) for being loyal customer, but dont care abt recognition. In my work, want recog #lrnchat
10:56:12 am JaneBozarth: My award for 10 years of service. Needs polishing. #lrnchat http://t.co/KIXTuZ1D
10:56:19 am nancyrubin: Q1) Recognition is earned – Rewards are sometimes, too, but not always #lrnchat
10:56:20 am sparkandco: RT @Robin_Bridson: Q1) Reward- Received w/goal in mind, achieved metrics. Recognition- could B less formal, usually unexpected #lrnchat
10:56:22 am ckagy: RT @kelly_smith01: Don’t recognize for showing up and being on time and being “good.” Recognize for accomplishment. #lrnchat
10:56:24 am usablelearning: @lrnchat Q1) it’s really hard to create a reward *system* that doesn’t feel formulaic really quickly #lrnchat
10:56:34 am megbertapelle: RT @kelly_smith01: Dont recognize for showing up and being on time and being “good.” Recognize for accomplishment. << amen! #lrnchat
10:56:38 am FionaQuigs: q1) reward costs more, but recognition has a bigger individual/personal impact #lrnchat
10:56:42 am LisaAGoldstein: Q1) Depends on the person’s preferences, the situation and the behavior #lrnchat
10:56:43 am BizzyBee1014: RT @npmaven: Q1) So important to ask, observe – try to offer in ways that are meaningful to individual recipient. Never time wasted. #lrnchat
10:56:46 am weisblatt: RT @usablelearning: @lrnchat Q1) its really hard to create a reward *system* that doesnt feel formulaic really quickly #lrnchat
10:56:54 am RamonaMata: Q1: Key is knowing your people. Constant interaction, observation and feeback. The more you know, the more they grow #lrnchat
10:57:02 am sparkandco: RT @weisblatt: RT @usablelearning: @lrnchat Q1) its rlly hard 2 create a reward *system* that doesnt feel formulaic rlly quickly #lrnchat
10:57:06 am ITKnowConsult: @JaneBozarth what do you need instructions for? I like @onsSara ‘s response! #lrnchat
10:57:08 am megbertapelle: @JaneBozarth hhahaha #lrnchat
10:57:18 am Robin_Bridson: RT @megbertapelle: Q1) I want reward (discounts) for being loyal cust., but dont care abt recognition. In my work, want recog more #lrnchat
10:57:23 am waithash: RT @nancyrubin: Q1) Recognition is earned – Rewards are sometimes, too, but not always #lrnchat
10:57:27 am nancyrubin: q1) Love my #klout perks – rewards for being a social media maniac (just kidding – although that would depend on who you asked.) #lrnchat
10:57:27 am megbertapelle: RT @npmaven: Q1) So important to ask, observe – try 2offer in ways that are meaningful to individual recipient. Never time wasted. #lrnchat
10:57:31 am npmaven: Heh. @JaneBozarth has me thinking abt 25-yr doodah at bottom of office closet. Stopped going to events yrs ago. Almost insulting. #lrnchat
10:57:34 am anicole87: I would rather have public praise rather than points that accumulate to get company trinkets. (jumping in late! Hiya!) #lrnchat
10:57:40 am lesleywprice: q1) Not all about value, but if you don’t earn/have much….then sometimes rewards can make a huge difference #lrnchat
10:57:43 am aaronesilvers: Q1) Recognition is an “atta boy”; Rewards are the bonus pay. I do love the recognition when its deserved. #lrnchat
10:57:43 am stipton: @weisblatt @usablelearning #lrnchat We use a point for reward system, people can save up points and buy what they want when they want it.
10:57:50 am C_More_Zebras: Q1) let me rephrase – a hero to at least one other. #lrnchat
10:58:04 am npmaven: Q1) Internal rewards can be *incredibly* powerful. #lrnchat
10:58:06 am StephanieDaul: Q1) I like recogn but not when everyone gets recognized for something #lrnchat
10:58:08 am JaneBozarth: @ITKnowConsult I DON’T KNOW. that’s why I brought it up. #lrnchat
10:58:13 am StephanieDaul: RT @aaronesilvers: Q1) Recognition is an “atta boy”; Rewards are the bonus pay. I do love the recognition when its deserved. #lrnchat
10:58:29 am weisblatt: Q1) Recognition => learning (positive reinforcement of action) Reward=> Rote (meaning can erode if overused) #lrnchat
10:58:37 am NixTheNext: Recognition = RT; Reward = book deal #lrnchat
10:58:40 am RamonaMata: Q1: Involve employees in determining rewards and recognition #lrnchat
10:58:41 am BertBates: Recognition vs. Reward?: Sustainability comes from *intrinsic* motivation, so your strategy must encourage the intrinsic. #lrnchat
10:58:44 am ITKnowConsult: @JaneBozarth LOL! #lrnchat
10:58:46 am BizzyBee1014: @npmaven can you say more about “internal rewards” ? #lrnchat
10:58:46 am wls1961: reward & recognition are personal, can’t be one-size fits all #lrnchat
10:58:48 am olliegardener: q1) As an entrepreneur, this works 4 me “Don’t worry when ur not recognized. Strive 2 b worthy of recognition.” Abraham Lincoln #lrnchat
10:58:53 am bschlenker: Q1) Six Types of Motivation http://t.co/FBOKyXcr – Rewards are listed #lrnchat
10:58:53 am megbertapelle: RT @aaronesilvers: Q1) Recognition is an “atta boy”; Rewards are the bonus pay. I do love the recognition when its deserved. #lrnchat
10:58:54 am LisaAGoldstein: I’ve seen reward *systems* backfire and seen more success in those who simply recognize positive/extraordinary behavior #lrnchat
10:59:01 am kelly_smith01: Awards can be cheesy. As a matter of fact I think a co-worker once got a cheese ball for finishing on time. #lrnchat
10:59:08 am stipton: Perfect! RT @NixTheNext: Recognition = RT; Reward = book deal #lrnchat
10:59:09 am lesleywprice: q1) at the end of the day its just about making people feel special #lrnchat
10:59:15 am PaFitzpatrick: Q1) Recognition is an acceptance / Reward is achievement #lrnchat
10:59:21 am FionaQuigs: q1) recognition is feedback so is an important part of learning #lrnchat
10:59:24 am ITKnowConsult: Not a fan of recognition myself. If it’s worth doing, it’s worth doing it well. #lrnchat
10:59:27 am Robin_Bridson: @kelly_smith01 LOL! #lrnchat
10:59:28 am C_More_Zebras: RT @lesleywprice: q1) at the end of the day its just about making people feel special #lrnchat
10:59:29 am StephanieDaul: Q1) Recognition is good when you have done something beyond. Meaningless when you are just doing your job #lrnchat
10:59:35 am AmyMKing: @anicole87 Recogntion: It’s all about asking people what motivates them. Some folks like public praise, some want money, etc etc. #lrnchat
10:59:44 am npmaven: @bizzybee1014 Meeting own goals, satisfaction w/effort-results, stretching in new ways… #lrnchat
10:59:50 am BizzyBee1014: @kelly_smith01 cheese ball … LOL. I may have to borrow that as a reward in the future #lrnchat Q1
10:59:51 am megbertapelle: RT @lesleywprice: q1) at the end of the day its just about making people feel special #lrnchat
10:59:55 am ITKnowConsult: Rewards are a nice way to say thanks for a job well done, though. #lrnchat
11:00:11 am LisaAGoldstein: If you want to recognize someone, ask them how they would like to be recognized. #lrnchat
11:00:23 am PaFitzpatrick: Q1) Gaining recognition in this industry is one of the hardest things — acceptance is not always forthcoming #lrnchat
11:00:23 am 4KM: RT @LisaAGoldstein: If you want to recognize someone, ask them how they would like to be recognized. #lrnchat
11:00:31 am waithash: RT @lesleywprice: q1) at the end of the day its just about making people feel special #lrnchat
11:00:34 am anicole87: agreed! RT @AmyMKing: Recogntion: Its all about asking people what motivates them. Some folks like public praise, some want money #lrnchat
11:00:36 am usablelearning: @weisblatt and unexpected rewards have more impact #basicbehaviorism #dopamine #lrnchat
11:00:37 am megbertapelle: RT @StephanieDaul: Q1) I like recogn but not when everyone gets recognized for something << right, participation trophy sucks #lrnchat
11:00:37 am lesleywprice: q1) if people feel special they are more likely to contribute in the future as they feel their effort has been recognised/rewarded #lrnchat
11:00:41 am stipton: Recognition is the power of a simple thank you for the work you provided. Let’s get back to basics. #lrnchat
11:00:42 am ITKnowConsult: RT @LisaAGoldstein: If you want to recognize someone, ask them how they would like to be recognized. < good point. #lrnchat
11:00:45 am ckagy: RT @LisaAGoldstein: …ask them how they would like to be recognized. #lrnchat << waaay to practical!
11:00:50 am sparkandco: Q1) rewards/recognition are all about context #lrnchat
11:00:54 am kelly_smith01: Recognition should be like (emphasis on like) the Baldridge award – let others know how and what was done to earn recognition. #lrnchat
11:01:09 am weisblatt: Q1) Recognition is a type of reward. Reward is a way to give recognition. Uh oh, definitional loop! #lrnchat
11:01:16 am lrnchat: Q2) What motivates you to learn something new? What could motivate you to change something you’re resistant to changing? #lrnchat
11:01:16 am JaneBozarth: A former boss excused the high performers from performance reviews and status reports. THAT was my favorite recognition ever. #lrnchat
11:01:19 am anicole87: But does this take away from surprise? RT @LisaAGoldstein: If you want to recognize some1, ask how they would like 2 b recognized. #lrnchat
11:01:24 am C_More_Zebras: RT @lrnchat: Q2) What motivates you to learn something new? What could motivate you to change something you’re resistant to changing? #lrnchat
11:01:26 am web20education: #Notable Better Webpages Through Faster Iterations,Website Screenshot Feedback #edtech20 #edchat #lrnchat #eltchat #sm http://t.co/Qox0eWVY
11:01:26 am BizzyBee1014: @lisaAGoldstein good point #lrnchat Q1 If rewards are perceived as unfair by others in org/team you’ve opened an de-motivating can of worms
11:01:29 am ckagy: RT @lrnchat: Q2) What motivates you to learn something new? What could motivate you to change something you’re resistant to changing? #lrnchat
11:01:33 am sparkandco: RT @lrnchat: Q2) wht motivates U 2 learn something new? wht could motivate U 2 change something U’re resistant 2 changing? #lrnchat
11:01:46 am BizzyBee1014: RT @kelly_smith01: Recognition should be like (emphasis on like) the Baldridge award – let others know how and what was done to earn recognition. #lrnchat
11:01:46 am PaFitzpatrick: RT @lrnchat: Q2) What motivates you to learn something new? What could motivate you to change something you’re resistant to changing? #lrnchat
11:01:52 am LisaAGoldstein: @ckagy @anicole87 Do you prefer to be surprised?🙂 Now I’ve asked you … so I know for the future😉 #lrnchat
11:01:53 am megbertapelle: RT @stipton: Recognition is the power of a simple thank you for the work you provided. Lets get back to basics. #lrnchat
11:01:58 am OpenSesameNow: If you’re doing the rewarding, the *best* reward is understanding what’s meaningful to that person, and meeting their hopes. #lrnchat
11:02:00 am weisblatt: RT @lrnchat: Q2) What motivates uto learn something new? What could motivate u2 change something youre resistant to changing? #lrnchat
11:02:06 am olliegardener: q1) actually.. this was a pretty cool reward: http://t.co/6TopY1iO #lrnchat
11:02:06 am ITKnowConsult: RT @stipton: Recognition is the power of a simple thank you for the work you provided. Lets get back to basics. < like this! #lrnchat
11:02:09 am anicole87: RT @lrnchat: Q2) What motivates you to learn something new? What could motivate you to change something ur resistant to changing? #lrnchat
11:02:12 am wls1961: Q2) fear of becoming obsolete #lrnchat
11:02:12 am megbertapelle: RT @JaneBozarth: A former boss excused high performers frm performance reviews &status reports. THAT was favorite recognition ever #lrnchat
11:02:15 am kelly_smith01: Q2) What motivates you to learn something new? What could motivate you to change something you’re resistant to changing? #lrnchat
11:02:15 am ITKnowConsult: RT @lrnchat: Q2) What motivates you to learn something new? What could motivate you to change something you’re resistant to changing? #lrnchat
11:02:25 am stipton: RT @JaneBozarth: former boss excused high performers from performance reviews & status reports. THAT my favorite recognition ever. #lrnchat
11:02:27 am npmaven: RT @lrnchat: Q2) What motivates you to learn something new? What could motivate you to change something youre resistant 2 changing? #lrnchat
11:02:33 am megbertapelle: RT @lrnchat: Q2) What motivates u to learn something new? What could motivate you to change something youre resistant to changing? #lrnchat
11:02:36 am LisaAGoldstein: RT @lrnchat: Q2)What motivates you to learn something new? What could motivate you to change something youre resistant to changing? #lrnchat
11:02:53 am weisblatt: Q2) RESULTS! Do I like the reuslts I’m getting from my actions? Positive change is the reward for learning. #lrnchat
11:02:53 am PuzzleboxOnline: RT @waithash Q1) #lrnchat recognition is identifying, noticing someone for their actions. Reward is giving a prize for one’s action.
11:02:54 am stipton: Q2) What motivates you to learn something new? What could motivate you to change something you’re resistant to changing? #lrnchat
11:02:56 am 4KM: Wonder if anyone is motivated by posthumous recognition? MT @PaFitzpatrick: Q1) …acceptance is not always forthcoming #lrnchat
11:03:16 am ITKnowConsult: RT @JaneBozarth: A former boss excused the high performers from performance reviews and status reports. THAT was my favorite recognition ever. #lrnchat
11:03:23 am anicole87: @LisaAGoldstein YES! I love surprises! But I hate setting my expectations get too high! #lrnchat
11:03:25 am Robin_Bridson: RT @lrnchat: Q2) What motivates u to learn something new? What could motivate you to change something youre resistant to changing? #lrnchat
11:03:26 am lesleywprice: @lrnchat: Q2) What motivates you to learn something new? What could motivate you to change something youre resistant to changing? #lrnchat
11:03:44 am kelly_smith01: Most of what I “learned” I learned on my own learning plan way outside the company’s influence/direction/design. #lrnchat
11:03:47 am onsSara: Q1)Personally I like deliberate recogtn, not systematic. Rwds, well, I’ll take systematic if there’s no budget for deliberate. #lrnchat
11:03:58 am mariesanguinett: Q1)What do you believe is the difference between recognition&rewards? Recognition is positive acknowledgement of one’s achievement #lrnchat
11:04:04 am ckagy: Q2) motivated to learn & evolve to solve a problem, scratch an itch, lessen pain, self satisfaction, a ha! moments #lrnchat
11:04:04 am nancyrubin: Putting both together – Master a new skill? Here’s your badge via @radar http://ow.ly/6PuO3 #lrnchat
11:04:05 am JaneBozarth: @stipton Perf Review Guru hated it,said in good culture you give more attn to high performers.EVEN that which they find negative. #lrnchat
11:04:11 am AnnJ00: @anicole87 @LisaAGoldstein You can ask people you work with in advance, rather than wait until there is something to recognise #lrnchat
11:04:12 am edCetraT: Q2) Learn ->Explore -> Ignite -> Innovate #stevejobs. Don’t learn = stagnation #lrnchat
11:04:12 am gdochuk: Absolutely RT@weisblatt Q2) RESULTS! Do I like the reuslts I’m getting from my actions? Positive change is the reward for learning. #lrnchat
11:04:15 am anicole87: learning new usually equals to feedback I have received. motivate me to change? If everyone else is doing it. #lrnchat
11:04:17 am lesleywprice: q2) interest and need….if I am interested I will learn even tho I don’t need to…if I need to I will learn because I have to #lrnchat
11:04:17 am aaronesilvers: Q2) What motivates me to learn something new? Necessity, either extrinsic or intrinsic. I have to have the NEED. #lrnchat
11:04:19 am weisblatt: Q2) Part of learning is understanding how things will be better once you learned. #lrnchat
11:04:29 am wls1961: RT @lesleywprice: q2) interest and need….if I am interested I will learn even tho I don’t need to…if I need to I will learn because I have to #lrnchat
11:04:33 am LnDDave: Q2) What DOESN’T motivate me to learn: when someone decides what I need to learn without consulting me first. #lrnchat
11:04:33 am ITKnowConsult: Q2) new opportunities. i just love learning new things, hence the career field.😉 #lrnchat
11:04:36 am npmaven: Q2) Curiosity, problem 2 be solved, boredom(!), adventurous mindset, support, others’ modeling. Last one huge in my teaching. #lrnchat
11:04:37 am LisaAGoldstein: RT @AnnJ00: @anicole87 You can ask people you work with in advance, rather than wait until there is something to recognise #lrnchat
11:04:43 am Robin_Bridson: Q2) For me, it has to be internal motivation … I need to want to do it versus someone else deciding I need to learn it. #lrnchat
11:04:44 am anicole87: I like it! RT @AnnJ00: You can ask people you work with in advance, rather than wait until there is something to recognise #lrnchat
11:04:45 am FionaQuigs: q2) when the benefits of change/learning something new outweigh the benefits of staying where i am #lrnchat
11:04:50 am stipton: Q2) The idea that I may learn something that will make life easier, more fun or more interesting is a key driver for me. #lrnchat
11:04:52 am BizzyBee1014: #lrnchat Q2 – the reward is increased understanding, capacity and ease of accomplishing a task
11:04:53 am megbertapelle: RT @onsSara: Q1)Personally like deliberate recogtn, not systematic. Rwds, Ill take systematic if theres no budget for deliberate. #lrnchat
11:04:58 am ckagy: RT @FionaQuigs: q2) when the benefits of change/learning something new outweigh the benefits of staying where i am #lrnchat
11:05:02 am JD_Dillon: Q2) I am motivated by great ideas. Watching @TED talks makes me wanna make my own mark in my interest areas. #lrnchat
11:05:04 am BizzyBee1014: RT @LnDDave: Q2) What DOESN’T motivate me to learn: when someone decides what I need to learn without consulting me first. #lrnchat
11:05:05 am CatMoore: RT @weisblatt: Q2) Part of learning is understanding how things will be better once you learned. #lrnchat
11:05:08 am anicole87: Totally agree! RT @FionaQuigs: q2) when the benefits of change/learning something new outweigh the benefits of staying where i am #lrnchat
11:05:09 am lmockford: RT @onsSara: Q1)Personally I like deliberate recogtn, not systematic. Rwds, well, I’ll take systematic if there’s no budget for deliberate. #lrnchat
11:05:11 am RamonaMata: Sometimes people need to be publically recognized to help others see their talents. Valuable for promotion and for mentorship #lrnchat
11:05:16 am aaronesilvers: Q2) As to what motivates me to change what I’m resistant to change, it depends: I steer into fear; challenging it makes me grow #lrnchat
11:05:16 am medikly: Good And Bad Community Tactics <great #sociallearning lessons!> http://ow.ly/6P8D4 #lrnchat
11:05:21 am LisaAGoldstein: Q2) I am self motivated to accomplish a goal, especially when I know someone will appreciate the effort. #lrnchat
11:05:23 am BizzyBee1014: RT @lesleywprice: q2) interest and need….if I am interested I will learn even tho I don’t need to…if I need to I will learn because I have to #lrnchat
11:05:24 am ITKnowConsult: RT @CatMoore: RT @weisblatt: Q2) Part of learning is understanding how things will be better once you learned. #lrnchat
11:05:28 am weisblatt: Q2) I refuse to learn things that I can’t use #lrnchat
11:05:44 am LnDDave: Q2) What me to embrace a learning change? Paint a picture of how it will benefit me. #lrnchat
11:05:48 am mariesanguinett: For me rewards are tangible and can take many forms, either way I prefer recognition #lrnchat
11:05:49 am lesleywprice: RT @LnDDave: Q2) What DOESNT motivate me to learn: when someone decides what I need to learn without consulting me <too right! #lrnchat
11:06:01 am olliegardener: q2) The act or result of learning can often be motivating in it self. When it isn’t – beings scarred of the alternative works 2 #lrnchat
11:06:03 am ckagy: RT @weisblatt: Q2) I refuse to learn things that I can’t use #lrnchat << I do it all the time & then look for reasons to use it
11:06:04 am ITKnowConsult: RT @FionaQuigs: q2) when the benefits of change/learning something new outweigh the benefits of staying where i am < yes, so true!! #lrnchat
11:06:12 am usablelearning: @lrnchat I’ve always said I became an ID because I’m happiest when I’m learning something new & it doesn’t matter much what it is #lrnchat
11:06:15 am LisaAGoldstein: Q2) I love the words “Thank you” #lrnchat
11:06:20 am kelly_smith01: q2) All that I ever needed to learn I learned (or was influenced by) #lrnchat and informal sources.
11:06:29 am waithash: #lrnchat My motivation to learn is; thirst for knowledge and accomplishment.
11:06:32 am PaFitzpatrick: q2) The desire to constantly & consistently deliver results. Everyday we must learn:we can embrace it or fight it but we must learn #lrnchat
11:06:33 am megbertapelle: Q2) find out abt something interesting, then I want to lrn abt it. If discover smthg is better thn what doing, want to change #lrnchat
11:06:46 am anicole87: I refuse to learn things JUST IN CASE. give me the things I need to know JUST IN TIME. #lrnchat
11:06:50 am npmaven: Absolutely! RT @olliegardener: q2) The act or result of learning can often be motivating in itself… #lrnchat
11:06:50 am aaronesilvers: Q2) Some things I’m hesitant to change are authenticity; I prove very difficult to motivate to sacrifice it. #lrnchat
11:06:50 am LnDDave: Q2) Throwing the word “Mandatory” around actually makes me less motivated to participate in the learning, not more. #lrnchat
11:06:51 am weisblatt: Q2) No reward is more effective than the advantage of the learning itself. #lrnchat
11:06:52 am Robin_Bridson: Ditto that! “Please” is nice too! RT @LisaAGoldstein: Q2) I love the words “Thank you” #lrnchat
11:06:52 am onsSara: RT @lrnchat:Q2) What motivates you to learn something new? What could motivate you to change something youre resistant to changing? #lrnchat
11:06:56 am bschlenker: Q2) @aaronsilvers says NEED. For me its DESIRE. I don’t NEED to learn more guitar licks, but I LOVE doing it. #lrnchat
11:06:57 am LnDDave: RT @wls1961: Q2) fear of becoming obsolete #lrnchat
11:07:01 am web20education: #TheBrain Mind Mapping,Brainstorming Knowledgebase Software #edtech20 #elearning #socialmedia #edchat #lrnchat #eltchat http://t.co/dPS1vNWL
11:07:06 am sparkandco: RT @usablelearning: @lrnchat ive always said I became an ID b/c happiest when learning something new & doesn’t matter much wht its #lrnchat
11:07:10 am lesleywprice: q2) What would motivate me…a good reason why I need to learn…so give me the WIIFM #lrnchat
11:07:13 am megbertapelle: RT @FionaQuigs: q2) when the benefits of change/learning something new outweigh the benefits of staying where i am << agreed #lrnchat
11:07:14 am stipton: @JaneBozarth Clearly the guru hadn’t read OMM – which says to leave your high performers alone. note to HR – stop analyzing me! #lrnchat
11:07:22 am aaronesilvers: @bschlenker The desire is very often my NEED🙂 #lrnchat
11:07:26 am Robin_Bridson: Good! RT @LnDDave: RT @wls1961: Q2) fear of becoming obsolete #lrnchat
11:07:27 am FionaQuigs: >> so true! RT @anicole87: I refuse to learn things JUST IN CASE. give me the things I need to know JUST IN TIME. #lrnchat
11:07:28 am ITKnowConsult: RT @usablelearning: @lrnchat I’ve always said I became an ID because I’m happiest when I’m learning something new & it doesn’t matter much what it is #lrnchat
11:07:28 am BertBates: q2) what doesn’t motivate learning? a2) Extrinsic motivation is seldom sustainable, so: no cheerleading, no badges. #lrnchat
11:07:34 am LnDDave: RT @aaronesilvers: Q2) What motivates me to learn something new? Necessity, either extrinsic or intrinsic. I have to have the NEED. #lrnchat
11:07:35 am kelly_smith01: RT @aaronesilvers: @bschlenker The desire is very often my NEED🙂 #lrnchat
11:07:50 am ITKnowConsult: RT @LnDDave: Q2) Throwing the word “Mandatory” around actually makes me less motivated to participate in the learning, not more. #lrnchat
11:08:05 am LisaAGoldstein: If you do a good job, you’ll always be needed somewhere RT @LnDDave: RT @wls1961: Q2) fear of becoming obsolete #lrnchat
11:08:06 am PuzzleboxOnline: RT @lrnchat: Q2) What motivates you to learn something new? What could motivate you to change something you’re resistant to changing? #lrnchat
11:08:10 am stipton: Find that I’m on a One Minute Manager kick today – haven’t looked at that book in years – what does that say? #lrnchat
11:08:12 am BizzyBee1014: @BertBates nice loop between Q1 and Q2 #lrnchat
11:08:17 am bschlenker: RT @aaronesilvers: @bschlenker The desire is very often my NEED🙂 <I’m down with that! #lrnchat
11:08:22 am AnnJ00: RT @LnDDave: Q2) Throwing the word “Mandatory” around actually makes me less motivated to participate in the learning, not more. #lrnchat
11:08:26 am ckagy: #lrnchat if not sometimes learning JUST IN CASE, where’s the exploration in your world?
11:08:34 am BizzyBee1014: RT @LisaAGoldstein: If you do a good job, you’ll always be needed somewhere RT @LnDDave: RT @wls1961: Q2) fear of becoming obsolete #lrnchat
11:08:42 am 4KM: A2) Some combination of intuition, activity by trusted colleagues & sense it’s related to doing the right thing #lrnchat
11:08:45 am onsSara: RT @bschlenker: RT @aaronesilvers: @bschlenker The desire is very often my NEED🙂 <Im down with that! <<x 2 #lrnchat
11:08:48 am NixTheNext: RT @lrnchat: Q2) What motivates you to learn something new? What could motivate you 2 change something youre resistant to changing? #lrnchat
11:08:48 am weisblatt: Q2) CONTEXT! Explain to me how the learning fits in with everything else. #lrnchat
11:08:53 am LnDDave: Q2) For me, the very concept of standing still is terrifying and thus, highly motivating. #lrnchat
11:09:02 am kelly_smith01: RT @weisblatt: Q2) CONTEXT! Explain to me how the learning fits in with everything else. #lrnchat
11:09:04 am npmaven: “Just in time” vs. “just in case” – a shift #board development folks (me included) need to acknowledge more. #lrnchat
11:09:07 am JD_Dillon: Q2) The WHY motivates me regardless of resistance. If you want me to change just to match you, no thanks. Explain why, I’m in. #lrnchat
11:09:08 am MJK60631: RT @lrnchat: Q2) What motivates you to learn something new? What could motivate you to change something you’re resistant to changing? #lrnchat
11:09:13 am lesleywprice: @AnnJ00: @LnDDave: Q2) Throwing the word “Mandatory” around actually makes me less motivated < explain to me why it is mandatory #lrnchat
11:09:15 am RamonaMata: Being provided the opportunity to grow my skills. Curiosity and usability intrigue me to keep learning #lrnchat
11:09:15 am megbertapelle: RT @stipton: Q2) idea that I may learn something that will make life easier, more fun or more interesting is a key driver for me. #lrnchat
11:09:20 am weisblatt: RT @LnDDave: Q2) For me, the very concept of standing still is terrifying and thus, highly motivating. ABSOLUTELY #lrnchat
11:09:27 am CraigTaylor74: Q2) Fear of failure #lrnchat
11:09:31 am LisaAGoldstein: Q2) Goals are like video games … how well can I meet/master the goal and get a super high score? #lrnchat
11:09:34 am ITKnowConsult: RT @LnDDave: Q2) For me, the very concept of standing still is terrifying and thus, highly motivating. #lrnchat
11:09:38 am FionaQuigs: q2) answer the questions – why bother and what’s in it for me? #lrnchat
11:09:40 am JaneBozarth: That’s my dad & Donald on the right, btw. I miss them both http://t.co/KIXTuZ1D #lrnchat
11:09:40 am ckagy: RT @LnDDave: Q2) For me, the very concept of standing still is terrifying and thus, highly motivating. #lrnchat << yes indeed
11:09:43 am ITKnowConsult: RT @weisblatt: Q2) CONTEXT! Explain to me how the learning fits in with everything else. #lrnchat
11:09:48 am usablelearning: @FionaQuigs @anicole87 I think it’s @neillasher who talks about the motivation of Just-Too-Late learning🙂 #lrnchat
11:09:54 am megbertapelle: RT @anicole87: I refuse to learn things JUST IN CASE. give me the things I need to know JUST IN TIME. #lrnchat
11:09:59 am olliegardener: q2) The time is going 2 pass anyway, I might as well put it 2 use. I’m in Spain at the moment, might as well learn Spanish!🙂 #lrnchat
11:10:05 am lesleywprice: @CraigTaylor74….late again Mr T…or have you been lurking lol! #lrnchat
11:10:18 am megbertapelle: RT @onsSara: RT @bschlenker: RT @aaronesilvers: @bschlenker The desire is very often my NEED🙂 <Im down with that! <<x 2 << me too #lrnchat
11:10:23 am NixTheNext: Q2) I think I’m Johnny 5. #lrnchat
11:10:24 am 4KM: Isn’t #lrnchat “Just in Case” ?
11:10:26 am weisblatt: Q2) Even if I’m resistant to change, I still want a broader perspective on the problem. #lrnchat
11:10:31 am ITKnowConsult: RT @JD_Dillon: Q2) The WHY motivates me regardless of resistance. If you want me to change just to match you, no thanks. Explain why, I’m in. #lrnchat
11:10:36 am FionaQuigs: q20 some of us are motivated by pain, some of us by reward #lrnchat
11:10:42 am JD_Dillon: Q2) Jealousy motivates me to learn. Wishing I could be like “that’ or have created “that.” Self-improvement through envy. #lrnchat
11:10:50 am olliegardener: Now – I LOOOVE that answer🙂 RT @weisblatt: Q2) CONTEXT! Explain to me how the learning fits in with everything else. #lrnchat
11:10:50 am mariesanguinett: Agree with @BertBates q2)what doesn’t motivate learning?Extrinsic motivation is seldom sustainable,so: no cheerleading, no badges. #lrnchat
11:10:58 am wls1961: RT @JD_Dillon: Q2) Jealousy motivates me to learn. Wishing I could be like “that’ or have created “that.” Self-improvement through envy. #lrnchat
11:11:00 am LisaAGoldstein: Q2) I* value a job done exceptionally well, like a piece of art, so I can later look back on it and appreciate it. #lrnchat
11:11:01 am OpenSesameNow: My motivation to learn something new is completely connected to how well that new skill/info is framed & presented. #lrnchat #DesignMatters
11:11:02 am ckagy: RT @4KM: Isn’t #lrnchat “Just in Case” ? < thank you
11:11:05 am megbertapelle: RT @lesleywprice: @AnnJ00: @LnDDave: Q2) Throwing word “Mandatory” arnd makes me less motivated < explain why it is mandatory #lrnchat
11:11:24 am onsSara: true>>> RT @FionaQuigs: q20 some of us are motivated by pain, some of us by reward #lrnchat
11:11:34 am kelly_smith01: As a freelancer – I must learn something and create or reinforce connections each day if not each waking hour. #lrnchat
11:11:35 am BizzyBee1014: @ckagy @LnDDave we should ban the term “mandatory” in learning environs can’t think of a faster “shut-down” followed by “make me” #lrnchat
11:11:44 am weisblatt: Q2) I love to find connections. Show me how things are connected and I’ll follow you anywhere. #lrnchat
11:11:49 am PuzzleboxOnline: RT @PaFitzpatrick: q2) The desire to constantly & consistently deliver results. Everyday we must learn:we can embrace it or fight it but we must learn #lrnchat
11:11:52 am lmockford: Q1 :: is it the Nobel prize recognition or the monetary reward that is more important? #lrnchat
11:11:53 am lesleywprice: q2) very often I learn completely at a tangent…I find something interesting then try find out more..internal motivation #lrnchat
11:11:54 am JaneBozarth: Q2) What motivates you to learn something new? What could motivate you to change something you’re resistant to changing? #lrnchat
11:11:57 am olliegardener: RT @weisblatt: Q2) I love to find connections. Show me how things are connected and I’ll follow you anywhere. #lrnchat
11:12:02 am lesleywprice: RT @weisblatt: Q2) I love to find connections. Show me how things are connected and Ill follow you anywhere. #lrnchat
11:12:05 am aaronesilvers: Q2) I’m very motivated by the idea of solving a problem, figuring out the pattern and inventing the solution. #lrnchat
11:12:13 am olliegardener: hmm.. so much for multitasking. #Lrnchat has consumed me!😮 Should have known better! #lrnchat
11:12:16 am npmaven: Positive peer pressure (& grt role models) constantly pushing me to learn more re: technology in online education.🙂 #lrnchat
11:12:17 am megbertapelle: RT @NixTheNext: Q2) I think Im Johnny 5. << LOL more input! #lrnchat
11:12:20 am kelly_smith01: RT @aaronesilvers: Q2) I’m very motivated by the idea of solving a problem, figuring out the pattern and inventing the solution. #lrnchat
11:12:26 am CraigTaylor74: @stipton Or in a previous job of mine, Death! #lrnchat
11:12:34 am ckagy: RT @BizzyBee1014: ban “mandatory” in learning environs can’t think of a faster “shut-down” followed by “make me” #lrnchat < no argument!
11:12:41 am LisaAGoldstein: Q2) Do not think that everyone wants what you want. There is value in understanding what uniquely motivates each person. #lrnchat
11:12:41 am JaneBozarth: Q2 Keeping up with the geeks. #lrnchat
11:12:41 am stipton: Q2) ppl have dif mindsets re: change, I love change…change it up! Others hate it & need it defined, understand the differences. #lrnchat
11:12:44 am weisblatt: Q2) Every mandatory course should start with “Sorry, this is why we had to make this mandatory…” #lrnchat
11:12:45 am 4KM: A2 Sometimes sounds here as if 7 deadly sins are great motivators😉 #lrnchat
11:12:47 am npmaven: When I can introduce those tech-savvy peers to something new, even better. #lrnchat
11:12:49 am LnDDave: RT @JaneBozarth: Q2 Keeping up with the geeks. #lrnchat
11:12:52 am ITKnowConsult: RT @JD_Dillon: Q2) Jealousy motivates me to learn. Wishing I could be like “that’ or have created “that.” < Nice. Makes sense! #lrnchat
11:12:57 am megbertapelle: RT @aaronesilvers: Q2) Im very motivated by the idea of solving a problem, figuring out the pattern and inventing the solution. #lrnchat
11:13:01 am aaronesilvers: Q2) Not so motivated to actually do all the heavy lifting, but I get my hands dirty when I need to. #lrnchat
11:13:10 am weisblatt: RT @aaronesilvers: Q2) Im very motivated by the idea of solving a problem, figuring out the pattern and inventing the solution. #lrnchat
11:13:10 am Robin_Bridson: Fine line between “following” and “stalking”! LOL! #lrnchat
11:13:18 am FionaQuigs: q2) all our different motivations – makes it challenging to design a one fits all learning solution #lrnchat
11:13:23 am wls1961: RT @JaneBozarth: Q2 Keeping up with the geeks. #lrnchat
11:13:27 am megbertapelle: @olliegardener LOL I never get anything else done during #lrnchat
11:13:34 am BizzyBee1014: Q2 #lrnchat … I’d like to hear more about motivation to CHANGE .. seems to me that learning does not = change.
11:13:37 am lesleywprice: RT @aaronesilvers: motivated by solving a problem, figuring out the pattern and inventing the solution. < Like Numbers on TV #lrnchat
11:13:44 am stipton: @CraigTaylor74 “failure=death” very true for some working environments, unfortunately. #lrnchat
11:13:45 am lmockford: Q2 :: I am motivated to learn something new by ideas… Then I want to know it all! #lrnchat
11:13:47 am Robin_Bridson: Love that! RT @npmaven: When I can introduce those tech-savvy peers to something new, even better. #lrnchat
11:13:48 am CraigTaylor74: @PaFitzpatrick It can also kill you if you are serving in the military #lrnchat #idealistic
11:13:49 am MJK60631: Q2) Sheer curiosity! I’m resistant to change when I see no benefit. Compelled by reason or need, change becomes less challenging. #lrnchat
11:13:50 am ITKnowConsult: RT @npmaven: When I can introduce those tech-savvy peers to something new, even better. #lrnchat
11:14:14 am npmaven: Me too! :)RT @Robin_Bridson: Love that! RT @npmaven: When I can introduce those tech-savvy peers to something new, even better. #lrnchat
11:14:15 am lress: RT @lrnchat: Q2) What motivates you to learn something new? What could motivate you to change something you’re resistant to changing? #lrnchat
11:14:23 am weisblatt: Q2) Definitely not motivated by swag you get at the end of a class. Waste of $ #lrnchat
11:14:27 am shankarsitarama: Q) #lrnchat How does motivation apply in the context of informal learning?
11:14:32 am ITKnowConsult: @megbertapelle @olliegardener no way to try to multi-task during … I’d miss good info! #lrnchat
11:14:33 am aaronesilvers: @lesleywprice I like fractals. Patterns that illuminate bigger patterns (and smaller ones, too). #lrnchat
11:14:42 am lmockford: RT @Robin_Bridson: Love that! RT @npmaven: When I can introduce those tech-savvy peers to something new, even better. #lrnchat
11:14:48 am TmokGurzi: RT @lrnchat: Q2) What motivates you to learn something new? What could motivate you to change something you’re resistant to changing? #lrnchat
11:14:48 am CraigTaylor74: @stipton Very true, I was in the Army for 16 years and failure was often terminal #lrnchat
11:14:49 am mariesanguinett: Q2)What could motivate you to change…? For me motivation is intrinsic-I need to believe in the change #lrnchat
11:14:51 am BizzyBee1014: Q1 … is it just me or does being “re-tweeted” feel very rewarding🙂 #lrnchat
11:14:51 am megbertapelle: RT @ckagy: RT @BizzyBee1014: ban “mandatory” in lrng environs cant think of faster “shut-down” flwd by “make me”< no argument! <yes #lrnchat
11:14:57 am NixTheNext: Q2) I struggle with this- I’m internally driven, but not everyone is. How do you foster that internal drive in a learner? #lrnchat
11:14:59 am lesleywprice: RT @MJK60631: Q2) Sheer curiosity! Im resistant to change when I see no benefit < not ur fault..just nobody explained benefits #lrnchat
11:15:01 am ckagy: q2) @BizzyBee #lrnchat – must build a shared vison for need for change. no shared vision = no motivation.
11:15:04 am LnDDave: Q2) Quite often, hearing something interesting from my PLN is all the motivation I need to learn more about it. #lrnchat
11:15:10 am usablelearning: @JaneBozarth Right? Motivation to change is frequently social Q2 #lrnchat
11:15:10 am NixTheNext: Q2) You can’t learn if you don’t care. http://t.co/kqbzYMNO #lrnchat
11:15:17 am megbertapelle: RT @lmockford: Q2 :: I am motivated to learn something new by ideas… Then I want to know it all! #lrnchat
11:15:21 am olliegardener: RT @MJK60631: Curiosity! Im resistant 2 change when I c no benefit. Compelled by reason or need, change becomes less challenging. #lrnchat
11:15:21 am lrnchat: Q3) When do you or your org reward someone for a significant accomplishment? Is there a better way to recognize them? #lrnchat
11:15:29 am stipton: RT @weisblatt: Q2) Definitely not motivated by swag you get at the end of a class. Waste of $ < so true #lrnchat
11:15:30 am aaronesilvers: @BizzyBee1014 RTs and “Favorites” and “Likes” are very rewarding. #lrnchat
11:15:33 am ITKnowConsult: RT @LnDDave: Q2) Quite often, hearing something interesting from my PLN is all the motivation I need to learn more about it. #lrnchat
11:15:33 am npmaven: RT @LnDDave: Q2) Quite often, hearing something interesting from my PLN is all the motivation I need to learn more about it. #lrnchat
11:15:36 am Robin_Bridson: RT @lrnchat: Q3) When do you or your org reward someone for a significant accomplishment? Is there a better way to recognize them? #lrnchat
11:15:38 am JaneBozarth: @weisblatt meantime I’ve seen people arm wrestle over cheap conference tchochkes #lrnchat
11:15:41 am lmockford: RT @npmaven: Positive peer pressure (& grt role models) constantly pushing me to learn more re: technology in online education.🙂 #lrnchat
11:15:44 am ckagy: RT @lrnchat: Q3) When do you or your org reward someone for a significant accomplishment? Is there a better way to recognize them? #lrnchat
11:15:48 am LisaAGoldstein: RT @lrnchat: Q3) When do you or your org reward someone for a significant accomplishment? Is there a better way to recognize them? #lrnchat
11:15:54 am stipton: RT @lrnchat: Q3) When do you or your org reward someone for a significant accomplishment? Is there a better way to recognize them? #lrnchat
11:15:56 am lesleywprice: q2) people have to understand reasons for change and reasons have to be compelling otherwise why should they bother #lrnchat
11:15:56 am DrGeena: Q2-when I know it will keep my family safe, happy, and healthy, when I know it will enable me to be a better instructor and/or ID. #lrnchat
11:15:58 am npmaven: RT @lrnchat: Q3) When do you or your org reward someone for a significant accomplishment? Is there a better way to recognize them? #lrnchat
11:16:05 am ITKnowConsult: RT @lrnchat: Q3) When do you or your org reward someone for a significant accomplishment? Is there a better way to recognize them? #lrnchat
11:16:06 am MJK60631: RT @lrnchat: Q3) When do you or your org reward someone for a significant accomplishment? Is there a better way to recognize them? #lrnchat
11:16:15 am JaneBozarth: @weisblatt and how are you today, Adam? Good to see you — #lrnchat
11:16:24 am LisaAGoldstein: Q3) When I appreciate someone, it is important to me that they know. #lrnchat
11:16:26 am PaFitzpatrick: RT @CraigTaylor74: @PaFitzpatrick #lrnchat #idealistic The word ‘fear’ would have to take on multiple meanings – high risk failure
11:16:26 am anicole87: q3) we got vacation days. This was nice after all the extra time that was spent in the rollout. as well as cash! #lrnchat
11:16:29 am lmockford: RT @lrnchat: Q3) When do you or your org reward someone for a significant accomplishment? Is there a better way to recognize them? #lrnchat
11:16:31 am JD_Dillon: Q3) Not often enough IMO … Common problem is large organizations, lack of value for both formal and informal recognition #lrnchat
11:16:34 am stipton: @CraigTaylor74 That’ the very simply essence of performance review isn’t it? #lrnchat
11:16:37 am JaneBozarth: @usablelearning yup #lrnchat
11:16:38 am lesleywprice: RT @lrnchat: Q3) When do you or your org reward someone for a significant accomplishment? Is there a better way to recognize them? #lrnchat
11:16:43 am lmockford: RT @aaronesilvers: @BizzyBee1014 RTs and “Favorites” and “Likes” are very rewarding. #lrnchat
11:16:45 am megbertapelle: RT @LnDDave: Q2) Quite often, hearing something interesting from my PLN is all the motivation I need to learn more about it. < me 2 #lrnchat
11:16:45 am Neillasher: @usablelearning @FionaQuigs @anicole87 yes that’s me. Great way to learn. We use www.phone2learn.com for Just-to-Late #lrnchat
11:16:50 am weisblatt: RT @BizzyBee1014 is being retweeted very rewarding: Retweeting is the currency of Twitter: Need to find the currency of learners #lrnchat
11:16:51 am PaFitzpatrick: RT @lrnchat: Q3) When do you or your org reward someone for a significant accomplishment? Is there a better way to recognize them? #lrnchat
11:17:03 am BizzyBee1014: RT @lrnchat: Q3) When do you or your org reward someone for a significant accomplishment? Is there a better way to recognize them? #lrnchat
11:17:04 am megbertapelle: RT @lrnchat: Q3) When do you or your org reward someone for a significant accomplishment? Is there a better way to recognize them? #lrnchat
11:17:07 am weisblatt: RT @lrnchat: Q3) When do you or your org reward someone for a significant accomplishment? Is there a better way to recognize them? #lrnchat
11:17:08 am ckagy: Q3) #lrnchat rewards are quarterly at all-hands meetings and are a big deal. i try to recognize immediately when i see model behavior
11:17:10 am aaronesilvers: Q3) Sometimes I feel recognized for a significant accomplishment when I’m getting my hands slapped. #lrnchat #nogooddeedgoesunpunished
11:17:11 am usablelearning: @weisblatt I’ve started to refer to that as the “gift card effect” as in “You want me to do *how much* for a $10 starbucks card?” #lrnchat
11:17:14 am LisaAGoldstein: Q3) For example, I appreciate this discussion. I’m glad that we’re all together to have it.🙂 #lrnchat
11:17:38 am OpenSesameNow: @JaneBozarth @weisblatt Tell me about it with the tchochkes. You should see the outrage at our booth when we’re out of hoodies. #lrnchat
11:17:39 am LnDDave: Q3) the when should be “In a timely manner”; I have been recognized for things that we so long ago I forgot about it. #lrnchat
11:17:41 am onsSara: RT @lmockford: RT @npmaven: Pos peer pressure (& grt role models) constantly pushing me to learn more.<<!! #lrnchat
11:17:43 am ckagy: RT @LisaAGoldstein: Q3) For example, I appreciate this discussion. I’m glad that we’re all together to have it.🙂 #lrnchat <🙂 too cool
11:17:57 am CraigTaylor74: Q3) Reward only when value has been added above & beyond what employees are paid to do anyway, otherwise it becomes ‘White noise’ #lrnchat
11:18:00 am OpenSesameNow: RT @weisblatt: RT @lrnchat: Q3) When do you or your org reward someone for a significant accomplishment? Is there a better way to recognize them? #lrnchat
11:18:00 am aaronesilvers: @OpenSesameNow To be fair, your hoodies are the BOMB. #lrnchat
11:18:14 am lesleywprice: q3) unfortunately I think there is very often a dischord between what is valued, recognised and rewarded #lrnchat
11:18:39 am JD_Dillon: Q3) Rewards can be more formal/scheduled. Recognition should be constant and almost immediate to ensure motivation. #lrnchat
11:18:39 am npmaven: RT @lesleywprice: q3) unfortunately I think there is very often a dischord between what is valued, recognised and rewarded #lrnchat
11:18:40 am LisaAGoldstein: And I appreciate you, @ckagy🙂 #lrnchat
11:18:41 am weisblatt: Q3) We have #socialcast internally so we can recognize someone anytime we want #lrnchat
11:18:49 am FionaQuigs: q3) many ppl fear losing their jobs these days so not so many rewards #lrnchat
11:18:55 am megbertapelle: Q3) we have yearly patent awards for engineers, “trnr of the year” for whole org, sales folks get commission & leader boards; … #lrnchat
11:18:56 am ITKnowConsult: RT @LnDDave: Q3) the when should be “In a timely manner”; I have been recognized for things that we so long ago I forgot about it. #lrnchat
11:19:03 am stipton: @OpenSesameNow The hoodies are useable SWAG – some of the other stuff is – what am I supposed to do with THAT? #lrnchat
11:19:05 am lmockford: Q3 :: Recognition of one’s peers is important, & rewarding too! Value diminishes when too institutionalized or “gamed” #lrnchat
11:19:19 am 4KM: @shankarsitarama You have me thinking about how rewards apply to informal vs formal #learning #lrnchat
11:19:22 am CraigTaylor74: @stipton Absolutely – the *ultimate* performance review system! # lrnchat
11:19:26 am LnDDave: Q3) We should default to recognizing NOW. How many times have you received good service and let the manager know ‘later’? #lrnchat
11:19:26 am ckagy: Q3) we do “excellence awards” that recognize contribution of reusable assets or ideas that change the way we do our work. #lrnchat
11:19:27 am usablelearning: @weisblatt @BizzyBee1014 yeah, it’s a lot easier to figure out with a self-selecting audience like twitterers-learners are harder #lrnchat
11:19:32 am StephanieDaul: RT @CraigTaylor74: Q3) Reward only when value has been added above & beyond what ee are paid to do anyway, it’s White noise #lrnchat
11:19:34 am NixTheNext: Q3) We used to have High 5 Fridays- people would submit their High 5 recognition forms- but it wasn’t used ubiquitously, ult. died. #lrnchat
11:19:38 am AnnJ00: Q3. We get shopping vouchers – the recognition means more than the reward #lrnchat
11:19:43 am BizzyBee1014: RT @CraigTaylor74: Q3) Reward only when value has been added above & beyond what employees are paid to do anyway, otherwise it becomes ‘White noise’ #lrnchat
11:19:45 am aaronesilvers: Q3) I have to say that seeing projects take flight that mean something to me are reward enough for what I do #lrnchat
11:19:48 am OpenSesameNow: @stipton Well, in your case, you’ve turned conf swag into an international photoblogging sensation. #NoBigDeal #ASTDZebra #lrnchat
11:19:57 am mariesanguinett: Q3)When do you or your org reward someone for a significant accomplishment?We have this site for R&R, people hate it-Not genuine #lrnchat
11:20:04 am JaneBozarth: @OpenSesameNow @weisblatt I HAVE lol #lrnchat
11:20:06 am waithash: #lrnchat : Q3) Reward is purely based on distinctive performance.
11:20:06 am LisaAGoldstein: RT @4KM: @shankarsitarama You have me thinking about how rewards apply to informal vs formal #learning #lrnchat
11:20:18 am megbertapelle: Q3) our small group meets 1/year to share accompmnts for ~ recognition, team-building & reward (not really much, but gd reflection) #lrnchat
11:20:22 am ITKnowConsult: @OpenSesameNow @JaneBozarth @weisblatt Yep! I was too late to get one this year at ASTD ICE!😦 #lrnchat
11:20:31 am OpenSesameNow: @lmockford Exactly. If recognition/rewards feel forced or insincere – it’s worse than no recognition at all. #lrnchat
11:20:38 am olliegardener: q3) The double edged sword of working 4 yourself is that U R only rewarded by bottom-line results & ur own feeling of progress #lrnchat
11:20:42 am BizzyBee1014: RT @mariesanguinett: Q3)When do you or your org reward someone for a significant accomplishment?We have this site for R&R, people hate it-Not genuine #lrnchat
11:20:44 am stipton: Q3) We have A leadership award for very significant good deeds. Others are recognized in our global newsletter and website #lrnchat
11:20:48 am RamonaMata: Q3: when to recognize = throughout for outanding progress, as soon after completion as possible. Org rewards should be prompt #lrnchat
11:20:52 am dainadunlop: I’m late to the convo…but Q3) Reward for the behaviours that contrib to the culture you’re trying to create – often and publicly #lrnchat
11:20:53 am wls1961: Q3) too much talking about the how/why/who in organizations, it should be relevant & authentic, not contrived #lrnchat
11:20:59 am ckagy: RT @shankarsitarama: Q) #lrnchat How does motivation apply in the context of informal learning? << oh, good question!
11:21:02 am pbernardon: RT @4KM: Does the whole idea of individual (or even team) reward erode our ability to focus on relationships and connections? #lrnchat #leadership
11:21:08 am Robin_Bridson: Q3) Coworkers nominate each other for going above/beyond. We don’t realize what impact what we do has on them, positive/negative. #lrnchat
11:21:10 am ITKnowConsult: RT @olliegardener: q3) The double edged sword of working 4 yourself is that U R only rewarded by bottom-line results & ur own feeling of progress #lrnchat
11:21:15 am weisblatt: Q3) My old co had reward sys where abuse became part of the cultural norm #lrnchat
11:21:37 am mariesanguinett: Q3) Better way is to be immediate and genuine, pay for lunch, extra day off, bonus, etc. #lrnchat
11:21:39 am CraigTaylor74: @olliegardener But the advantage is that you’re a harder taskmaster maybe? #lrnchat
11:21:42 am nancyrubin: Q2) Should recognition and/or reward be intrinsic to company culture? What do you think? I think it should. #lrnchat
11:21:50 am stipton: @OpenSesameNow you guys enable my crazy behavior w/zee but it’s fun #astdzebra #lrnchat
11:22:00 am JD_Dillon: Q3) Parties and trinkets are nice once in a while. Thank yous and handshakes work every single time. #lrnchat
11:22:00 am LnDDave: Q3) I prefer it when the culture encourages everyone to recognize, instead of recognition only coming from management. #lrnchat
11:22:10 am dainadunlop: Q3) It’s not about the “stuff” for most people, it’s about the effort being noticed #lrnchat
11:22:11 am waithash: RT @mariesanguinett: Q3) Better way is to be immediate and genuine, pay for lunch, extra day off, bonus, etc. #lrnchat
11:22:15 am Robin_Bridson: RT @LnDDave: Q3) I prefer it when the culture encourages everyone to recognize, instead of recognition only coming from management. #lrnchat
11:22:21 am BizzyBee1014: Q3 — rewards are passed out by HR, get a lot of eye-rolling and “not fair!” … because the pathway is impossible to predict #lrnchat
11:22:21 am LisaAGoldstein: @megbertapelle Do you run into any problems w/ “one-size-does-not-fit-all” or do you feel your small group all has the same wants? #lrnchat
11:22:28 am StephanieDaul: Q3) Culture plays a big part. We are recongnized for putting out fire…of which we start most of them #lrnchat
11:22:32 am JaneBozarth: @ITKnowConsult @OpenSesameNow @weisblatt See Marisa is still holding a grudge from March #lrnchat
11:22:34 am lesleywprice: RT @nancyrubin: Q2) Should recognition and/or reward be intrinsic to company culture? <Agreed even it its just saying thank you #lrnchat
11:22:39 am Robin_Bridson: Important to be noticed! RT @dainadunlop: Q3) Its not about the “stuff” for most people, its about the effort being noticed #lrnchat
11:22:42 am _SachinGaur: @lrnchat Q3) When the goals have been achieved. Should reward for sharing the learning from pursuing the goal.
11:22:45 am wls1961: Q3) our rewards are taxed, which makes it a drawback, who wants to pay to receive? #lrnchat
11:22:48 am stipton: Q3) What can do better – keep our eyes open for more opportunities to recognize, quiet brilliance happens everyday. #lrnchat
11:22:49 am lmockford: RT @Robin_Bridson: RT @LnDDave: Q3) I prefer it when the culture encourages everyone to recognize, instead of recognition only coming from management. #lrnchat
11:22:53 am megbertapelle: RT @mariesanguinett: Q3) Better way is to be immediate and genuine, pay for lunch, extra day off, bonus, etc. #lrnchat
11:23:01 am lmockford: RT @waithash: RT @mariesanguinett: Q3) Better way is to be immediate and genuine, pay for lunch, extra day off, bonus, etc. #lrnchat
11:23:04 am JaneBozarth: Q3) When do you or your org reward someone for a significant accomplishment? Is there a better way to recognize them? #lrnchat
11:23:06 am ckagy: Q3) @shankarsitarama: i think this is where a shared business/success vision comes into play w/ informal learning #lrnchat
11:23:07 am ITKnowConsult: @JaneBozarth @OpenSesameNow @weisblatt LOL!!! #lrnchat
11:23:08 am CraigTaylor74: Q3) “thank you” goes a looooong way #lrnchat
11:23:09 am anicole87: gotta step out for now guys – love the convo! thx! Looking for advice of what you would tell your 25 y/o self. My bday coming up… #lrnchat
11:23:14 am Robin_Bridson: RT @stipton: Q3) What can do better – keep our eyes open for more opportunities to recognize, quiet brilliance happens everyday. #lrnchat
11:23:20 am lesleywprice: @Robin_Bridson: @LnDDave: Q3) I prefer it when the culture encourages everyone to recognize < that is policy in google #lrnchat
11:23:22 am LisaAGoldstein: RT @megbertapelle: RT @mariesanguinett: Q3) Better way is to be immediate and genuine, pay for lunch, extra day off, bonus, etc. #lrnchat
11:23:35 am BizzyBee1014: Q3 — recognition offered informally by peers or mentors. It is valued if the one offering it is trusted and perceived as fair #lrnchat
11:23:36 am 4KM: When an organization rewards AND uses results it is so powerful; reward when results are ignored is insulting. #lrnchat
11:23:40 am anicole87: RT @OpenSesameNow: @stipton Well, in your case, you’ve turned conf swag into an international photoblogging sensation. #NoBigDeal #ASTDZebra #lrnchat
11:23:45 am OpenSesameNow: @janebozarth @Wesisblatt @itknowconsult lol! She’s not the only one. Marisa, coming to DevLearn? We’ll have more! #lrnchat
11:23:46 am JaneBozarth: Q3 I have had bosses who get what I find rewarding (autonomy, mostly, & trust). And I am often thanked. #lrnchat
11:23:52 am weisblatt: RT @StephanieDaul: Q3) Culture plays a big part. We are recongnized for putting out fire…of which we start most of them #lrnchat
11:23:52 am lesleywprice: RT @CraigTaylor74: Q3) “thank you” goes a looooong way < absolutely! But its not said enough #lrnchat
11:23:56 am npmaven: RT @4KM: When an organization rewards AND uses results it is so powerful; reward when results are ignored is insulting. #lrnchat
11:24:02 am JD_Dillon: RT @stipton: Q3) What can do better – keep our eyes open for more opportunities to recognize, quiet brilliance happens everyday. #lrnchat
11:24:04 am dainadunlop: Teach Awareness RT @stipton: Q3) keep our eyes open for more opportunities to recognize, quiet brilliance happens everyday. #lrnchat
11:24:07 am megbertapelle: @LisaAGoldstein no we don’t have same wants, not everyone wants to present, but this just started (weve done 1) & btr thn nothing #lrnchat
11:24:11 am CraigTaylor74: @mattiaskareld @stipton As I guess it does in business (for competitors) (sort of) #lrnchat
11:24:12 am Bill_world: “@4KM: When an organization rewards AND uses results it is so powerful; reward when results are ignored is insulting. #lrnchat”
11:24:16 am LisaAGoldstein: RT @lesleywprice: RT @CraigTaylor74: Q3) “thank you” goes a looooong way < absolutely! But its not said enough #lrnchat
11:24:23 am ITKnowConsult: @OpenSesameNow @janebozarth @Wesisblatt I wish! Can’t get away…😦 #lrnchat
11:24:28 am LnDDave: Q3) It also shouldn’t take 6 months and 113 people to develop your org’s Rewards and Recognition Program. #lrnchat
11:24:41 am megbertapelle: RT @stipton: Q3) What can do better – keep our eyes open for more opportunities to recognize, quiet brilliance happens everyday. #lrnchat
11:24:42 am ITKnowConsult: RT @JaneBozarth: Q3 I have had bosses who get what I find rewarding (autonomy, mostly, & trust). And I am often thanked. #lrnchat
11:24:46 am kelly_smith01: RT @JaneBozarth: Q3 I have had bosses who get what I find rewarding (autonomy, mostly, & trust). And I am often thanked. #lrnchat🙂
11:24:50 am LisaAGoldstein: RT @npmaven: RT @4KM: When an organization rewards AND uses results it is so powerful;reward when results are ignored is insulting. #lrnchat
11:24:56 am CraigTaylor74: @lesleywprice “Thank you” for retweeting me Lesley #lrnchat
11:24:57 am BizzyBee1014: @StephanieDaul … what issues does being rewarded for solving self-created problems create in your org #lrnchat Q3
11:24:59 am lmockford: RT @4KM: @shankarsitarama You have me thinking about how rewards apply to informal vs formal #learning #lrnchat
11:25:01 am JD_Dillon: Q3) Leaders should make recognition a constant priority, not a trend or performance goal. #lrnchat
11:25:02 am JaneBozarth: Word. RT @LndDave It also shouldn’t take 6 months and 113 people to develop your org’s Rewards and Recognition Program #lrnchat
11:25:08 am BizzyBee1014: RT @LnDDave: Q3) It also shouldn’t take 6 months and 113 people to develop your org’s Rewards and Recognition Program. #lrnchat
11:25:13 am PaFitzpatrick: Q3) you are only as good as you last sig accomplishment: Management & peers can be very short sighted when it comes to achievements #lrnchat
11:25:17 am wls1961: Q3) did interviews on this topic and everyone said, just say thanks, just a simple thank you. how hard is that? #lrnchat
11:25:22 am usablelearning: @JaneBozarth Nice #lrnchat
11:25:24 am olliegardener: Never worked harder, nor felt more rewarded. Answers yr Q?🙂 RT @CraigTaylor74: Advantage is that youre a harder taskmaster maybe? #lrnchat
11:25:31 am lesleywprice: RT @CraigTaylor74: “Thank you” for retweeting me Lesley < its a pleasure Craig🙂 #lrnchat
11:25:35 am NixTheNext: Q3) I value recognition from learners > mgmt – but am distanced FROM learner; & mgmt aligns rewards on their terms, not learners’. #lrnchat
11:25:43 am ITKnowConsult: RT @LisaAGoldstein: RT @lesleywprice: RT @CraigTaylor74: Q3) “thank you” goes a looooong way < absolutely! But its not said enough #lrnchat
11:25:45 am BizzyBee1014: RT @kelly_smith01: RT @JaneBozarth: Q3 I have had bosses who get what I find rewarding (autonomy, mostly, & trust). And I am often thanked. #lrnchat🙂
11:25:49 am ckagy: q3) let team leads reward as they see fit. make it grass roots & enable those who see good performance to make rewards #lrnchat
11:25:58 am mariesanguinett: @anicole87 “Happy Birthday, your life has just began”! #lrnchat
11:26:02 am _SachinGaur: #lrnchat Q3) Should also reward for taking up something that no one else wants to touch #lrnchat
11:26:04 am dainadunlop: Yup, that’s it – RT @wls1961: Q3) did interviews on this topic and everyone said, just say thanks, just a simple thank you. ? #lrnchat
11:26:06 am weisblatt: Tweetchat is bugging out my eyes #lrnchat
11:26:13 am lmockford: RT @wls1961: Q3) too much talking about the how/why/who in organizations, it should be relevant & authentic, not contrived #lrnchat
11:26:14 am LnDDave: Q3) Another important, yet often forgotten part of R&R programs: Consistency. #lrnchat
11:26:25 am MJK60631: Q3) Significant achievements recognized in a multitude of ways including, but not limited to monetary awards & public recognition. #lrnchat
11:26:29 am CraigTaylor74: @olliegardener Absolutely #lrnchat
11:26:33 am Robin_Bridson: For some, very hard! RT @wls1961: Q3) did interviews on this topic & everyone said just say a simple thank you. how hard is that? #lrnchat
11:26:44 am lmockford: RT @dainadunlop: Yup, that’s it – RT @wls1961: Q3) did interviews on this topic and everyone said, just say thanks, just a simple thank you. ? #lrnchat
11:26:50 am TriciaRansom: RT @JaneBozarth: Q3) When do you/your org reward someone for a significant accomplishment? Is there better way to recognize them? #lrnchat
11:26:56 am ckagy: RT @JD_Dillon: Q3) Some of the most sincere, meaningful recognition/validation comes from those you lead, not your leaders. #lrnchat
11:27:05 am NixTheNext: RT @JD_Dillon: Q3) Some of the most sincere, meaningful recognition/validation comes from those you lead, not your leaders. #lrnchat
11:27:08 am kelly_smith01: RT @JD_Dillon: Q3) Some of the most sincere, meaningful recognition/validation comes from those you lead, not your leaders. #lrnchat
11:27:25 am LnDDave: RT @JD_Dillon: Q3) Some of the most sincere, meaningful recognition/validation comes from those you lead, not your leaders. #lrnchat
11:27:26 am Robin_Bridson: Must be kept up or loses value. RT @LnDDave: Q3) Another important, yet often forgotten part of R&R programs: Consistency. #lrnchat
11:27:31 am megbertapelle: @weisblatt LOL it’s moving soooo fast!🙂 #lrnchat
11:27:33 am BizzyBee1014: #lrnchat Q3) reward for taking up something that no one else wants to touch > in the Marine Corps they call that hazard pay @_sachinGaur
11:27:35 am LisaAGoldstein: RT @lmockford: RT @wls1961: Q3) Too much talking about the how/why/who in orgs, it should be relevant & authentic, not contrived #lrnchat
11:27:41 am waithash: RT @JD_Dillon: Q3) Some of the most sincere, meaningful recognition/validation comes from those you lead, not your leaders. #lrnchat
11:27:48 am ITKnowConsult: Some have trouble saying thanks. sad. RT @wls1961: Q3) did interviews on this topic and everyone said, just a simple thank you. #lrnchat
11:27:50 am megbertapelle: RT @JD_Dillon: Q3) Some of the most sincere, meaningful recognition/validation comes from those you lead, not your leaders. #lrnchat
11:27:56 am lmockford: RT @JD_Dillon: Q3) Leaders should make recognition a constant priority, not a trend or performance goal. #lrnchat
11:27:59 am BizzyBee1014: RT @LnDDave: Q3) Another important, yet often forgotten part of R&R programs: Consistency. #lrnchat
11:28:02 am TriciaRansom: Q3) Not all about monetary awards for me. Public and sincere recognition of my UNIQUE contributions goes a long way. #lrnchat
11:28:06 am NixTheNext: @megbertapelle @weisblatt There’s a reward for whomever tweets the most😉 #lrnchat
11:28:16 am mariesanguinett: Do you work at my co? @LnDDave Q3)It also shouldn’t take 6 months and 113 people to develop your org’s Rewards&Recognition Program #lrnchat
11:28:24 am lmockford: RT @Bill_world: “@4KM: When an organization rewards AND uses results it is so powerful; reward when results are ignored is insulting. #lrnchat”
11:28:27 am LisaAGoldstein: R&R Programs were a fad. Just be authentic and customized to the individual and performance #lrnchat
11:28:30 am dainadunlop: Ha ha ha! RT @NixTheNext: @megbertapelle @weisblatt There’s a reward for whomever tweets the most😉 #lrnchat
11:28:44 am bschlenker: Q3) Great leaders create other leaders and revel in the success of those they have nurtured toward success. That is their reward. #lrnchat
11:28:46 am lesleywprice: q3) what I really hate is when somebody says well done and you know they don’t mean it #insinceritystinks #lrnchat
11:28:46 am ITKnowConsult: RT @TriciaRansom: Q3) Not all about monetary awards for me. Public and sincere recognition of my UNIQUE contributions goes a long way. #lrnchat
11:28:57 am olliegardener: +1 w added variation: @JD_Dillon Q3) Some of the most sincere, meaningful recognition comes from your customers, not your leaders. #lrnchat
11:29:03 am waithash: RT @lesleywprice: q3) what I really hate is when somebody says well done and you know they don’t mean it #insinceritystinks #lrnchat
11:29:03 am aly_kline: XP Investimentos uses @SabaSoftware to to connect information, ideas & people. Read More! http://t.co/1KkufMjX #lrnchat #socbiz
11:29:10 am megbertapelle: @NixTheNext @weisblatt oh? is that what that “prize” is about? I didn’t see any details abt it on lrnchat.com #lrnchat
11:29:16 am Robin_Bridson: LOL! RT @dainadunlop: Ha ha ha! RT @NixTheNext: @megbertapelle @weisblatt Theres a reward for whomever tweets the most😉 #lrnchat
11:29:16 am PaFitzpatrick: RT @bschlenker: Q3) Great leaders create other leaders and revel in the success of those they have nurtured toward success. That is their reward. #lrnchat
11:29:28 am waithash: RT @JD_Dillon Q3) Some of the most sincere, meaningful recognition comes from your customers, not your leaders. #lrnchat
11:29:29 am kelly_smith01: And a recognition for the “best” Tweets during #lrnchat
11:29:30 am LisaAGoldstein: Think about it like this. Would you create an R&R program in your home? Or just be authentic and appreciative? #lrnchat
11:29:35 am 4KM: Friend once told me “There is no end to what you can accomplish if you don’t care who gets the credit.” #lrnchat
11:29:47 am PaFitzpatrick: @bschlenker Most definitely #lrnchat
11:29:48 am CraigTaylor74: @lesleywprice “well done”for that last tweet Lesley #lrnchat😉
11:29:48 am syrayin2011: Hi #lrnchat Yves Boudib from Paris looking for L&D best practices with experts from everywhere
11:29:49 am megbertapelle: RT @TriciaRansom: Q3) Not all abt monetary awards for me. Public &sincere recognition of my UNIQUE contributions goes long way< yes #lrnchat
11:29:49 am stipton: Q3) Here’s my guideline for our rec program – Tell me who they are and what they did and they’ll receive reward points. Done. #lrnchat
11:29:49 am OpenSesameNow: @LnDDave Yikes, Dave. Yikes. #lrnchat
11:29:54 am Robin_Bridson: RT @LisaAGoldstein: Think about it like this. Would you create an R&R program in your home? Or just be authentic and appreciative? #lrnchat
11:29:59 am 4KM: Re: last tweet, mind you that was from and to a woman, and in the public sector #lrnchat
11:30:00 am megbertapelle: RT @LisaAGoldstein: Think about it like this. Would you create an R&R program in your home? Or just be authentic and appreciative? #lrnchat
11:30:01 am ckagy: RT @LisaAGoldstein: Think about it like this. Would you create an R&R program in your home? Or just be authentic and appreciative? #lrnchat
11:30:02 am lesleywprice: RT @4KM: Friend once told me “There is no end to what you can accomplish if you dont care who gets the credit.” Like it!! #lrnchat
11:30:06 am dainadunlop: Q3) Use the opportunity to help the employee see their strengths that contributed to the Reward #lrnchat
11:30:09 am Robin_Bridson: Like that! RT @4KM: Friend once told me “There is no end to what you can accomplish if you dont care who gets the credit.” #lrnchat
11:30:09 am TriciaRansom: Q3) like @JaneBozarth said, reward me by easing micromanaging. Let me pick/find/develop my own work. #HappyLoyalMotivatedEmployee #lrnchat
11:30:13 am BizzyBee1014: Or when you don’t see it as a significant contribution yourself @waithash #lrnchat Q3
11:30:28 am mariesanguinett: RT @LisaAGoldstein: Think about it like this. Would you create an R&R program in your home? Or just be authentic and appreciative? #lrnchat
11:30:30 am weisblatt: Bottom line: People want validation. They want to know that what they do has value. #lrnchat
11:30:40 am megbertapelle: @LisaAGoldstein sometimes it’s a reminder to actually DO it though – get consumed by day-to-day details, and recog. seems insincere #lrnchat
11:30:41 am _SachinGaur: #lrnchat Q3) Till recently we had a way of nominating any co-worker across the world for ~50$ gift delivered to their desks #lrnchat
11:30:46 am OpenSesameNow: @TriciaRansom I think people value feeling appreciation and satisfied that work is meaningful more than $ on day to day basis. #lrnchat
11:30:58 am ITKnowConsult: RT @weisblatt: Bottom line: People want validation. They want to know that what they do has value. #lrnchat
11:31:00 am wls1961: That’s the most important thing! RT @weisblatt: Bottom line: People want validation. They want to know that what they do has value. #lrnchat
11:31:01 am PaFitzpatrick: RT @kelly_smith01: & a recognition for the “best” Tweets during #lrnchat How could this defined? This is where recognition can be misplaced
11:31:02 am dainadunlop: Yes that’s it exactly – RT @weisblatt: Bottom line: People want validation. They want to know that what they do has value. #lrnchat
11:31:04 am LnDDave: RT @bschlenker: Q3) Great leaders create other leaders and revel in the success of those they have nurtured toward success. . #lrnchat
11:31:07 am Robin_Bridson: RT @TriciaRansom: Q3) like @JaneBozarth said, reward me by easing micromanaging. Let me pick/find/develop my own work. #lrnchat
11:31:09 am stipton: RT @__hansolo: @stipton No reward is worth this! <sweet Star Wars had to up!! #lrnchat
11:31:14 am BizzyBee1014: RT @TriciaRansom: Q3) like @JaneBozarth said, reward me by easing micromanaging. Let me pick/find/develop my own work. #HappyLoyalMotivatedEmployee #lrnchat
11:31:22 am waithash: RT @weisblatt: Bottom line: People want validation. They want to know that what they do has value. #lrnchat
11:31:23 am megbertapelle: RT @TriciaRansom: Q3) like @JaneBozarth said, reward me by …Let me pick/find/develop own work. #HappyLoyalMotivatedEmployee < YES #lrnchat
11:31:34 am TriciaRansom: Q3) Find out what I BELIEVE is my value-add and reward me on that. Very diff from what management thinks I contribute. #lrnchat
11:31:35 am ckagy: #lrnchat giving r&r shouldn’t be a chore or a requirement and it should be an administrative nightmare.
11:31:37 am lmockford: Q3 :: I use “gotcha” recognition with my classes, students do same. Authentic and in the moment. Works for all ages #lrnchat
11:31:47 am lrnchat: Q4) What are you in need of changing in yourself or your org? Are there external forces that could help motivate the change? #lrnchat
11:31:50 am LisaAGoldstein: @megbertapelle Although I agree, that forgetfulness should not be taken out on others.🙂 #lrnchat RT @megbert… (cont) http://t.co/9w1a0FLx
11:31:57 am PaFitzpatrick: RT @lrnchat: Q4) What are you in need of changing in yourself or your org? Are there external forces that could help motivate the change? #lrnchat
11:32:05 am ckagy: RT @lrnchat: Q4) What are you in need of changing in yourself or your org? Are there external forces that could help motivate the change? #lrnchat
11:32:08 am ITKnowConsult: RT @lrnchat: Q4) What are you in need of changing in yourself or your org? Are there external forces that could help motivate the change? #lrnchat
11:32:10 am olliegardener: RT @TriciaRansom: Q3) like @JaneBozarth said, reward me by …Let me pick/find/develop own work. #HappyLoyalMotivatedEmployee #lrnchat
11:32:12 am stipton: Q4) What are you in need of changing in yourself or your org? Are there external forces that could help motivate the change? #lrnchat
11:32:15 am TriciaRansom: Hi all, this is Tricia in Chicago joining late. But better late then never, right? #lrnchat
11:32:21 am lmockford: RT @lrnchat: Q4) What are you in need of changing in yourself or your org? Are there external forces that could help motivate the change? #lrnchat
11:32:25 am megbertapelle: RT @OpenSesameNow: @TriciaRansom thnk ppl value feeling appreciation &satisfied tht wrk is meaningful more than $day to day < agree #lrnchat
11:32:28 am BizzyBee1014: RT @TriciaRansom: Q3) Find out what I BELIEVE is my value-add and reward me on that. Very diff from what management thinks I contribute. #lrnchat
11:32:41 am lesleywprice: @lrnchat Q4) What are U in need of changing in yourself or your org? Are there external forces that could help motivate the change? #lrnchat
11:32:47 am LisaAGoldstein: RT @lrnchat: Q4)What are you in need of changing in yourself or your org? R there external forces that could help motivate change? #lrnchat
11:32:49 am Robin_Bridson: Gonna use that! RT @lmockford: Q3: Use “gotcha” recog w/my classes, students do same. Authentic & in the moment. Works for all ages #lrnchat
11:32:54 am onsSara: RT @lrnchat: Q4) What are you in need of changing in yourself or your org? Are there ext forces that could help motivate the chnge? #lrnchat
11:32:54 am megbertapelle: RT @ITKnowConsult: RT @weisblatt: Bottom line: People want validation. They want to know that what they do has value. #lrnchat
11:32:55 am weisblatt: RT @lrnchat Q4) What are u in need of changing in yourself? Are there external forces that could help motivate the change? #lrnchat
11:32:55 am TriciaRansom: RT @lrnchat: Q4) What are you in need of changing in yourself or your org? Are there external forces that could help motivate the change? #lrnchat
11:32:56 am stipton: Q4) Just.Do.It #lrnchat
11:33:05 am NixTheNext: Also rlevant 2 my pers. life- kids’ school is using behavior modification & + reinforcement w/precision teaching. aka: clicker trng #lrnchat
11:33:11 am megbertapelle: RT @lmockford: Q3 :: I use “gotcha” recognition with my classes, students do same. Authentic and in the moment. Works for all ages #lrnchat
11:33:15 am LisaAGoldstein: RT @stipton: Q4) Just.Do.It #lrnchat
11:33:18 am Robin_Bridson: @TriciaRansom Hi Tricia! Never too late! #lrnchat
11:33:21 am Jennynot: One step closer to invisibility ^^ http://t.co/UOXjXkWR #lrnchat #edtech #scichat
11:33:21 am KellyVandever: RT @stipton: Q4) What are you in need of changing in yourself or your org? Are there external forces that could help motivate the change? #lrnchat
11:33:24 am shankarsitarama: R & R could be short and long term. is that directly proportional to the length of the learning program? #lrnchat
11:33:28 am kelly_smith01: Q4) Having an awareness (sorry for using that Bloom word) of how things are done —–>current best practices. #lrnchat
11:33:32 am wls1961: Q4) I need to maintain my attitude/integrity and push forward regardless of what is going on in the organization. #lrnchat
11:33:33 am lmockford: RT @waithash: RT @weisblatt: Bottom line: People want validation. They want to know that what they do has value. #lrnchat
11:33:34 am lesleywprice: q4) current economic situation is mega reason for thinking outside the box….if we don’t then #groundhogday #lrnchat
11:33:39 am BizzyBee1014: Q4 … I need to spend less time in front of my computer and more time running and doing yoga #lrnchat
11:33:50 am megbertapelle: RT @TriciaRansom: Q3) Find out what I BELIEVE is my value-add &reward me on that. Very diff frm what mgmt thinks I contribute < tru #lrnchat
11:33:50 am annlann: RT @CatMoore: RT @weisblatt: Q2) Part of learning is understanding how things will be better once you learned. #lrnchat
11:33:58 am JD_Dillon: Q4) Culture. Creating and motivating buy-in for a learning culture. Business leaders must align their efforts to create change. #lrnchat
11:34:00 am LisaAGoldstein: RT @lesleywprice: q4) current economic situation is mega reason for thinking outside the box….if we dont then #groundhogday #lrnchat
11:34:22 am Robin_Bridson: RT @lrnchat: Q4) What R U in need of changing in yourself or your org? Any external forces that could help motivate the change? #lrnchat
11:34:26 am TriciaRansom: EXACTLY RT @OpenSesameNow: @TriciaRansom think people value/ appreciate work that is meaningful more than $ on day to day basis. #lrnchat
11:34:27 am kelly_smith01: Q4) Destroy boxes and silos and the need for boxes and silos. #lrnchat
11:34:27 am marnierae: RT @bschlenker: Q3) Great leaders create other leaders and revel in the success of those they have nurtured toward success. That is their reward. #lrnchat
11:34:27 am stipton: Q4) It starts with you (us) – if we wait until external forces lend a hand our ppl will be recognition starved. #lrnchat
11:34:33 am npmaven: RT @TriciaRansom: Q3) Find out what I BELIEVE is my value-add and reward me on that. Very diff from what management thinks I contribute. #lrnchat
11:34:43 am ckagy: Q4) I need to build patience with my 4 yr old’s actions at home. that’s not too big to change, right🙂 ? #lrnchat
11:34:44 am C4LPT: Read Dan Pink ‘s Drive: autonomy, mastery & purpose r the greatest motivators – and bring their own rewards http://t.co/oEWW5v45 #lrnchat
11:34:52 am shankarsitarama: eg. a person attending an MBA class and forced to learn a concept, has a long term reward associated (a chain) leading to a degree. #lrnchat
11:35:04 am Bill_world: RT @LisaAGoldstein: RT @lesleywprice: q4) current economic situation is mega reason for thinking outside the box….if we dont then #groundhogday #lrnchat
11:35:06 am weisblatt: Q4) I need to learn how to GET THINGS DONE but need a simpler process than GTD #lrnchat
11:35:21 am LisaAGoldstein: Q4) Like any other topic, we are constantly learning and improving for better R&R. Understand people better than we do today. #lrnchat
11:35:23 am ExpertusONE: RT @lesleywprice RT @4KM: Friend once said “There is no end to what you can accomplish if you dont care who gets the credit” Like! #lrnchat
11:35:27 am megbertapelle: @LisaAGoldstein true, but it happens. often.🙂 we try tho! try to “catch” kiddo being good & thank her; really thank each othr too #lrnchat
11:35:34 am wls1961: RT @C4LPT: Read Dan Pink ‘s Drive: autonomy, mastery & purpose r the greatest motivators – and bring their own rewards http://t.co/oEWW5v45 #lrnchat
11:35:40 am ckagy: Q4) at work we need to better share outcomes of learning experiences with the rest of the company. External forces a-plenty there! #lrnchat
11:35:52 am deirdreyee: XP Investimentos uses @SabaSoftware to create a transformative workplace. Find out how: http://t.co/9M2kn3H5 #lrnchat #socbiz
11:35:53 am waithash: RT @wls1961: Q4) I need to maintain my attitude/integrity and push forward regardless of what is going on in the organization. #lrnchat
11:35:56 am PaFitzpatrick: Q4) we strive to think, act and communicate differently than our competitors – it is a challenge not to become complacent. #lrnchat
11:36:01 am megbertapelle: RT @lrnchat: Q4) What are u in need of changing in urself or ur org? Are there external forces that could help motivate the change? #lrnchat
11:36:04 am kelly_smith01: RT @4KM: Friend once said “There is no end to what you can accomplish if you dont care who gets the credit” Like! #lrnchat
11:36:11 am TriciaRansom: Q4) Culture of trust that ALL have something to contribute including bathroom cleaner, and together we are better than a silo. #lrnchat
11:36:16 am shankarsitarama: #lrnchat, a short term reward of say thank you / praise / appreciation wud be for a shorter learning program.
11:36:19 am lesleywprice: RT @ckagy: Q4) at work we need to better share outcomes of learning experiences with the rest of the company < celebrate success! #lrnchat
11:36:31 am stipton: RT @kelly_smith01: RT @4KM: Friend once said “There is no end to what u can accomplish if you dont care who gets the credit” Like! #lrnchat
11:36:31 am MJK60631: RT @lrnchat: Q4) What are you in need of changing in yourself or your org? Are there external forces that could help motivate the change? #lrnchat
11:36:42 am LisaAGoldstein: Q4) If you understand people (try something like MBTI) then we’ll know a better way to develop them through R&R #lrnchat
11:37:05 am lmockford: RT @C4LPT: Read Dan Pink ‘s Drive: autonomy, mastery & purpose r the greatest motivators – and bring their own rewards http://t.co/oEWW5v45 #lrnchat
11:37:07 am TriciaRansom: Q4) Everyone must intrinsically know how they impact the bottom line, then they can recognize efforts in others. #lrnchat
11:37:10 am shankarsitarama: #lrnchat. So, one would not get into a longer learning goal if the reward is a short term reward or not a big-enough reward.
11:37:13 am dainadunlop: Q4) Motivating the change comes from the top AND from anyone who wants to make the change and just does it #lrnchat
11:37:18 am LnDDave: Q4) The problem with external forces is that if they are needed for an org to change, it’s usually already too late. #lrnchat
11:37:24 am amcunningham: RT @bschlenker: Q3) Great leaders create other leaders and revel in the success of those they have nurtured toward success. That is their reward. #lrnchat
11:37:24 am Robin_Bridson: Q4) Change from being reactive vs proactive re: technology and training methodologies. One size doesn’t fit all. #lrnchat
11:37:36 am BizzyBee1014: @C4LPT thanks for the book link – looks very interesting #lrnchat
11:37:41 am LisaAGoldstein: Q4) Who in this group is familiar with MBTI? (Meyers Briggs) #lrnchat
11:37:51 am weisblatt: Q4) What I don’t know is infinite. I’ll never run out of things I want to learn #lrnchat
11:37:51 am lmockford: RT @TriciaRansom: Q4) Culture of trust that ALL have something to contribute including bathroom cleaner, and together we are better than a silo. #lrnchat
11:37:52 am PaFitzpatrick: Q4) I don’t think I would need to change — I think i would use the word ‘adapt’ #lrnchat
11:37:56 am JD_Dillon: Q4) I need the time and focus to become more strategic as a leader, less reactive as a developer. Look 5 steps ahead. #lrnchat
11:38:02 am waithash: $Q4) #lrnchat I need to practice to do things with Excellence. And in a simple way – not complicated.
11:38:05 am JD_Dillon: RT @LnDDave: Q4) The problem with external forces is that if they are needed for an org to change, it’s usually already too late. #lrnchat
11:38:10 am lesleywprice: q4) L & D professionals need to understand business drivers…as they change so learning in organisation will need to change #lrnchat
11:38:18 am wls1961: have an autonomy quote on my wall! RT @BizzyBee1014: @C4LPT thanks for the book link – looks very interesting #lrnchat
11:38:21 am lmockford: RT @stipton: RT @kelly_smith01: RT @4KM: Friend once said “There is no end to what u can accomplish if you dont care who gets the credit” Like! #lrnchat
11:38:30 am stipton: q4) don’t wait for someone else – Challenge – run from your office/cube/space and spot someone and recognize them for something #lrnchat
11:38:39 am Robin_Bridson: Me! ENTJ … RT @LisaAGoldstein: Q4) Who in this group is familiar with MBTI? (Meyers Briggs) #lrnchat
11:38:45 am TriciaRansom: Q4) Make company motto=success is due to everyone’s contributions. Failure let’s us learn and grow. #lrnchat
11:38:53 am ckagy: #lrnchat INFP
11:38:54 am weisblatt: RT @LnDDave: Q4) The problem with external forces is that if they are needed for an org to change, its usually already too late. #lrnchat
11:38:59 am wls1961: We use DiSC in our organization. RT @LisaAGoldstein: Q4) Who in this group is familiar with MBTI? (Meyers Briggs) #lrnchat
11:39:11 am _SachinGaur: #lrnchat Q4) more changes reqd in myself before i look at the org. I need more systemic thinking and bias for action #lrnchat
11:39:20 am KellyVandever: RT @weisblatt: Bottom line: People want validation. They want to know that what they do has value. #lrnchat
11:39:27 am ckagy: RT @LnDDave: Q4) The problem with external forces is that if they are needed for an org to change, its usually already too late. #lrnchat
11:39:33 am Robin_Bridson: With DiSC … I’m an “I” (it’s all about me!) #lrnchat
11:39:37 am megbertapelle: RT @JD_Dillon: Q4) I need time and focus to become more strategic as a leader, less reactive as a developer. Look 5 steps ahead. #lrnchat
11:39:38 am stipton: @wls1961 DiSC is my fav…anyone surprised to see a high “D” here? #lrnchat
11:39:38 am JD_Dillon: Q4) Orgs need to motivate change through culture, not training. #lrnchat
11:39:38 am _SachinGaur: #lrnchat Q4) Having exemplers around would help drive change #lrnchat
11:39:57 am lesleywprice: RT @Robin_Bridson: Me! ENTJ … RT @LisaAGoldstein: Q4) Who in this group is familiar with MBTI? (Meyers Briggs) Me too ENTP #lrnchat
11:39:58 am JaneBozarth: I had to take a call. Why are we talking about MBTI? #lrnchat
11:40:00 am lmockford: Q4 :: Believe in me and I will trust you. Trust is my motivator #lrnchat
11:40:04 am megbertapelle: RT @stipton: q4) dont wait for someone else – Challenge – run frm ur office/cube/space &spot someone &recognize them for something #lrnchat
11:40:09 am ITKnowConsult: RT @LisaAGoldstein: Q4) Who in this group is familiar with MBTI? (Meyers Briggs) < I am! INTJ.🙂 But I prefer DiSC. #lrnchat
11:40:09 am JaneBozarth: Oh, dear. #lrnchat
11:40:12 am wls1961: Lots of “I”s too! RT @stipton: @wls1961 DiSC is my fav…anyone surprised to see a high “D” here? #lrnchat
11:40:13 am shankarsitarama: #lrnchat, so there is a connection betwn size or value of reward to learning pgm duration. is there a case where this is not true?
11:40:16 am lrnchat: Q5) If internal motivations are required for lasting change, why do educators & leader keep focusing on external ones? #lrnchat
11:40:16 am KellyVandever: RT @LisaAGoldstein: Think about it like this. Would you create an R&R program in your home? Or just be authentic and appreciative? #lrnchat
11:40:16 am chet_stevenson: RT @C4LPT: Read Dan Pink ‘s Drive: autonomy, mastery & purpose r the greatest motivators – and bring their own rewards http://t.co/oEWW5v45 #lrnchat
11:40:26 am KellyVandever: RT @kelly_smith01: And a recognition for the “best” Tweets during #lrnchat
11:40:37 am Quinnovator: RT @JaneBozarth: I had to take a call. Why are we talking about MBTI? #lrnchat < stop the madness!
11:40:38 am lesleywprice: RT @lrnchat: Q5) If internal motivations are required for lasting change, why do educators & leader keep focusing on external ones? #lrnchat
11:40:43 am stipton: RT @lrnchat: Q5) If internal motivations are required for lasting change, why do educators & leader keep focusing on external ones? #lrnchat
11:40:45 am JaneBozarth: I prefer astrology to MBTI, but whatever. #lrnchat
11:40:49 am ckagy: Q5) #lrnchat #WeveAlwaysDoneItThatWay
11:40:59 am 4KM: RT @Quinnovator: RT @JaneBozarth: I had to take a call. Why are we talking about MBTI? #lrnchat < stop the madness!
11:41:01 am ckagy: RT @lrnchat: Q5) If internal motivations are required for lasting change, why do educators & leader keep focusing on external ones? #lrnchat
11:41:02 am TriciaRansom: Q4) I think it all boils down to the “golden rule”: Treat (recognize) others they way you want to be treated. #lrnchat
11:41:10 am mariesanguinett: I am MBTI certified #lrnchat
11:41:11 am LisaAGoldstein: LOL It doesn’t work for everyone RT @JaneBozarth: I prefer astrology to MBTI, but whatever. #lrnchat
11:41:11 am delta_dc: Yesterday’s Post: An anchor chart of “Now what?” questions http://t.co/AGwli3x8 #edchat #mathchat #lrnchat #ntchat
11:41:13 am megbertapelle: RT @lrnchat: Q5) If internal motivations are required for lasting change, why do educators & leader keep focusing on external ones? #lrnchat
11:41:14 am TmokGurzi: RT @lrnchat: Q4) What are you in need of changing in yourself or your org? Are there external forces that could help motivate the change? #lrnchat
11:41:15 am stipton: @JaneBozarth Sagittarius #lrnchat
11:41:25 am megbertapelle: Q5) that’s easy – because it’s easier #lrnchat
11:41:31 am LnDDave: RT @lrnchat: Q5) If internal motivations are required for lasting change, why do educators & leader keep focusing on external ones? #lrnchat
11:41:32 am JD_Dillon: Q5) External motivators (ex: business change) are easier targets. Internal motivations take time/effort to stimulate. #lrnchat
11:41:33 am JaneBozarth: “MBTI comes up short” – Pittinger http://t.co/HE9nlYN2 #lrnchat
11:41:35 am MJK60631: RT @lrnchat: Q5) If internal motivations are required for lasting change, why do educators & leader keep focusing on external ones? #lrnchat
11:41:38 am wls1961: LOL, me too! I take the tests and then laugh. RT @JaneBozarth: I prefer astrology to MBTI, but whatever. #lrnchat
11:41:42 am JaneBozarth: Aquarius. #lrnchat
11:41:42 am ckagy: Q5) external motivators are easier to identify and discuss than internal. psychological barriers there. vulnerabilities #lrnchat
11:41:44 am lesleywprice: Q5) If I knew the answer to that one I would be worth a couple of million by now🙂 #lrnchat
11:41:45 am kelly_smith01: RT @JaneBozarth: I prefer astrology to MBTI, but whatever. #lrnchat —> I like dice and old chicken bones.
11:42:02 am ITKnowConsult: RT @TriciaRansom: Q4) Everyone must intrinsically know how they impact the bottom line, then they can recognize efforts in others. #lrnchat
11:42:05 am weisblatt: RT @lrnchat: Q5) If internal motivations are required for lasting change, why do educators & leader keep focusing on external ones? #lrnchat
11:42:10 am olliegardener: Not everythings planned! Need 2 explore different strategies to survive/thrive daily – need to gain, not loose motivation from this #lrnchat
11:42:17 am LnDDave: Q5) We often do what we do now because it’s what we’ve always done. #lrnchat
11:42:28 am stipton: Q5) because it’s easier. It takes work to find find out what internally drives people #lrnchat
11:42:31 am JaneBozarth: MBTI: “Biased Research Wanted” via Will Thalheimer http://t.co/sjWT8bBi #lrnchat
11:42:32 am LnDDave: RT @JaneBozarth: “MBTI comes up short” – Pittinger http://t.co/HE9nlYN2 #lrnchat
11:42:43 am JaneBozarth: @kelly_smith01 throwin’ them bones #lrnchat
11:42:50 am TriciaRansom: RT @lrnchat: Q5) If internal motivations are required for lasting change, why do educators & leader keep focusing on external ones? #lrnchat
11:42:51 am lesleywprice: RT @LnDDave: Q5) We often do what we do now because its what weve always done. that is why we always get what we’ve always had #lrnchat
11:42:51 am ITKnowConsult: RT @JD_Dillon: Q5) External motivators (ex: business change) are easier targets. Internal motivations take time/effort to stimulate. #lrnchat
11:43:02 am waithash: #lrnchat Q5) Self-belief and Passion are key.
11:43:07 am StephanieDaul: Q5) For some external rewards are easier to do than getting to know someone #lrnchat
11:43:17 am BizzyBee1014: RT @kelly_smith01: RT @JaneBozarth: I prefer astrology to MBTI, but whatever. #lrnchat —> I like dice and old chicken bones.
11:43:17 am ckagy: Q5) business decisions are (supposed to be) driven by external factors, that drives the bottom line. not saying it’s good. #lrnchat
11:43:33 am JaneBozarth: MBTI: No construct validity, no predictive value, less filling. ERZLs and IMBYs equally good dentists… #lrnchat
11:43:35 am ITKnowConsult: RT @LnDDave: Q5) We often do what we do now because it’s what we’ve always done. #lrnchat
11:43:37 am ITKnowConsult: RT @lrnchat: Q5) If internal motivations are required for lasting change, why do educators & leader keep focusing on external ones? #lrnchat
11:43:43 am lmockford: RT @LnDDave: Q4) The problem with external forces is that if they are needed for an org to change, it’s usually already too late. #lrnchat
11:43:56 am koutropoulos: RT @JaneBozarth: MBTI: “Biased Research Wanted” via Will Thalheimer http://t.co/sjWT8bBi #lrnchat
11:43:59 am LisaAGoldstein: Fair enough. How do you understand people better? RT @LnDDave: RT @JaneBozarth: “MBTI comes up short”-Pittingerhttp://t.co/HE9nlYN2 #lrnchat
11:44:08 am TriciaRansom: Q5)Easier to mandate to change a “thing” rather than a feeling. And how would you measure a “feeling”. We are metric-a-holics #lrnchat
11:44:12 am weisblatt: Q5) Isn’t that just part of the typical underestimating of the learner #lrnchat
11:44:13 am LnDDave: Q5) The truth is, we focus on the external force because WE are the external force. It ain’t about us, folks. #lrnchat
11:44:14 am megbertapelle: Q4) I have to find balance. Health, family, work, personal happiness – it’s all connected, and 1st place to change is myself. #lrnchat
11:44:20 am mariesanguinett: Q5 If internal motivations are required for lasting change,why do educators & leaders keep focusing on external ones? #lrnchat good question
11:44:20 am ITKnowConsult: RT @lesleywprice: Q5) If I knew the answer to that one I would be worth a couple of million by now🙂 #lrnchat
11:44:27 am stipton: @janebozarth comes out swingin’ going in for the TKO or the MBTI. #lrnchat
11:44:38 am olliegardener: q5) Anyone can get tempted by short-cuts, even if we know deep down they’re only perceived shortcuts #lrnchat
11:44:40 am ITKnowConsult: RT @TriciaRansom: Q5)Easier to mandate to change a “thing” rather than a feeling. And how would you measure a “feeling”. We are metric-a-holics #lrnchat
11:44:47 am JaneBozarth: @LisaAGoldstein No, they sure don’t. #lrnchat
11:44:55 am JaneBozarth: RT @Quinnovator: RT @JaneBozarth: I had to take a call. Why are we talking about MBTI? #lrnchat < stop the madness!
11:44:58 am olliegardener: RT @LnDDave: Q5) The truth is, we focus on the external force because WE are the external force. It aint about us, folks. #lrnchat
11:45:00 am gimli_the_kitty: “@stipton: Recognition is the power of a simple thank you for the work you provided. Let’s get back to basics. #lrnchat” amen to that!
11:45:03 am BizzyBee1014: Q5 #lrnchat … do any of use start your courses with time for learners to reflect on their own motivations? How can that be leveraged?
11:45:04 am ckagy: Q5) “..why do educators & leader keep focusing on external ones?” << do the good ones do this or just the mediocre? #lrnchat
11:45:04 am LnDDave: @LisaAGoldstein @JaneBozarth I learn where their personal landmines are, and navigate around them. #lrnchat
11:45:05 am stipton: @janebozarth comes out swingin’ going in for the TKO for the MBTI. #lrnchat
11:45:07 am lesleywprice: q5) unfortunately…I don’t think that educators outside…they just follow the model they were taught by….#fail #lrnchat
11:45:12 am AnnJ00: It works well with small children (and husbands!) @LisaAGoldstein. Would you create an R&R program in your home? #lrnchat .
11:45:13 am wls1961: Q5) external motivators are felt by the organization, internals are felt by the people. external gets the attention! #lrnchat
11:45:24 am ckagy: RT @BizzyBee1014: Q5 #lrnchat … do any of use start your courses with time for learners to reflect on their own motivations? How can that be leveraged?
11:45:25 am BizzyBee1014: RT @LnDDave: Q5) The truth is, we focus on the external force because WE are the external force. It ain’t about us, folks. #lrnchat
11:45:33 am JaneBozarth: @stipton Srsly. And @quinnovator and @kelly_smith01 right behind me #lrnchat
11:45:43 am weisblatt: Gotta run. Good to talk with everyone again on #lrnchat
11:45:53 am lmockford: @LisaAGoldstein Me too… INTP #lrnchat Also Virgo😉
11:46:00 am JaneBozarth: Perfect RT @LnDDave: Q5) The truth is, we focus on the external force because WE are the external force. It aint about us, folks. #lrnchat
11:46:17 am Robin_Bridson: See ya! Thanks for the great conversation! RT @weisblatt: Gotta run. Good to talk with everyone again on #lrnchat
11:46:25 am shankarsitarama: @ckagy Q3) i think this is where a shared business/success vision comes into play w/ infrml lrng #lrnchat <<agree. but how to mk it evident?
11:46:34 am MJK60631: RT @lesleywprice: Q5) If I knew the answer to that one I would be worth a couple of million by now🙂 #lrnchat
11:46:54 am shankarsitarama: RT @lrnchat: Q5) If internal motivations are required for lasting change, why do educators & leader keep focusing on external ones? #lrnchat
11:46:54 am TriciaRansom: Q5) Internal is painful. We can “command” people to put on a face (ie political correctness). Making real/lasting change? HARD #lrnchat
11:46:55 am stipton: SNAP! RT @LnDDave: Q5) The truth is, we focus on external force because WE are the external force. It aint about us, folks. #lrnchat
11:47:15 am _SachinGaur: RT @Quinnovator: RT @JaneBozarth: I had to take a call. Why R we talking about MBTI? < stop the madness! I M Confused. Is this a #lrnchat Q?
11:47:19 am ITKnowConsult: @weisblatt have a great day! thanks for your awesome thoughts! #lrnchat
11:47:30 am ckagy: RT @shankarsitarama: shared business/success vision comes into play #lrnchat <<agree. but how to mk it evident? << failure is evident
11:47:32 am megbertapelle: @weisblatt bye! thanks for your contributions today & congrats on new job! #lrnchat
11:47:38 am lesleywprice: q5) educators still like lectures and classrooms and completely ignore the fact that learners have moved on #lrnchat
11:47:47 am LnDDave: RT @lesleywprice: q5) educators still like lectures and classrooms and completely ignore the fact that learners have moved on #lrnchat
11:47:52 am TmokGurzi: Q4) Need to cut distractions & focus; schedule time with others, address obligations immediately, fill remaining time with creating #lrnchat
11:47:53 am wls1961: RT @lesleywprice: q5) educators still like lectures and classrooms and completely ignore the fact that learners have moved on #lrnchat
11:48:04 am ckagy: RT @lesleywprice: q5) educators still like lectures and classrooms and completely ignore the fact that learners have moved on #lrnchat
11:48:04 am LisaAGoldstein: @janebozarth @lnddave I think the purpose of programs like MBTI is to open minds that are closed to only their paradigm… #lrnchat
11:48:10 am TriciaRansom: Q5) And don’t forget that it’s still all about control. We feel we can control external forces. #lrnchat
11:48:12 am JD_Dillon: RT @lesleywprice: q5) educators still like lectures and classrooms and completely ignore the fact that learners have moved on #lrnchat
11:48:17 am lmockford: RT @gimli_the_kitty: “@stipton: Recognition is the power of a simple thank you for the work you provided. Let’s get back to basics. #lrnchat” amen to that!
11:48:28 am JaneBozarth: @_SachinGaur @Quinnovator No. I’m confused too. Don’t know how it came up. #lrnchat
11:48:34 am megbertapelle: RT @TriciaRansom: Q5) And dont forget that its still all about control. We feel we can control external forces. #lrnchat
11:48:36 am LisaAGoldstein: @janebozarth @lnddave …not all think alike. So how do you teach and prove that? #lrnchat
11:48:59 am ckagy: RT @LisaAGoldstein: @janebozarth @lnddave MBTI gives another perspective, content valid or not, for discussion #lrnchat
11:49:15 am lesleywprice: q5) which makes you then ask the question…who are educators learning from…their ancestors?? #lrnchat
11:49:49 am LisaAGoldstein: I like that. RT @LnDDave: @LisaAGoldstein @JaneBozarth I learn where their personal landmines are, and navigate around them. #lrnchat
11:50:02 am TmokGurzi: Q4 pt 2) Synergize with others where motivations are similar! #lrnchat
11:50:13 am mariesanguinett: #lrnchat not about MBTI but, research for validity continues http://t.co/Yuhb2C6b
11:50:29 am JaneBozarth: well I can’t argue with that. Wow. @LisaAGoldstein…gives another perspective, content valid or not… #lrnchat
11:50:34 am bschlenker: RT @lrnchat: Q5) If internal motivations are required for lasting change, why do educators & leader keep focusing on external ones? #lrnchat
11:50:35 am megbertapelle: RT @LisaAGoldstein: @janebozarth @lnddave …not all think alike. … << re: how to R&R way the recipient wants vs. u want to give #lrnchat
11:50:37 am _SachinGaur: #lrnchat Q5) external motivators are easy to identify, comparatively simple 2 target and do not require a lot of spade work #lrnchat
11:50:37 am stipton: @LisaAGoldstein @janebozarth @lnddave I can think of half dozen ways to “teach & prove” ppl think differently w/out a psychometric #lrnchat
11:50:44 am TriciaRansom: Q5) Can hear mngmt now: Understand each person so they’ll change internal beliefs? Therapy for all? How much $- guaranteed result? #lrnchat
11:50:47 am LnDDave: @LisaAGoldstein @janebozarth I prefer @cammybean’s rule: “Don’t be an a-hole”. Applies to all, and takes less time to explain. #lrnchat
11:51:07 am BizzyBee1014: Time for me to move on to other activities. Thank you to the #lrnchat community for being wise teachers today.
11:51:09 am megbertapelle: RT @_SachinGaur: Q5) external motivators are easy to identify, comparatively simple 2 target and do not require a lot of spade work #lrnchat
11:51:12 am JaneBozarth: RT @stipton: I can think of half dozen ways to “teach & prove” ppl think differently w/out a psychometric #lrnchat
11:51:19 am 4KM: @shankarsitarama Preliminary thoughts: informal learning rewards are more intrinsic & require maturity and developed values. #lrnchat
11:51:22 am TmokGurzi: RT @lrnchat: Q5) If internal motivations are required for lasting change, why do educators & leader keep focusing on external ones? #lrnchat
11:51:31 am marciamarcia: RT @LnDDave: @LisaAGoldstein @janebozarth I prefer @cammybean’s rule: “Don’t be an a-hole”. Applies to all, and takes less time to explain. #lrnchat
11:51:36 am TriciaRansom: RT @LnDDave: @LisaAGoldstein @janebozarth I prefer @cammybeans rule-Dont be an a-hole. Applies to all, takes less time to explain. #lrnchat
11:51:41 am lrnchat: Qwrap) Time to reintroduce yourself. Links, requests & shameless plugs welcome. #lrnchat
11:51:55 am TriciaRansom: RT @lrnchat: Qwrap) Time to reintroduce yourself. Links, requests & shameless plugs welcome. #lrnchat
11:51:57 am mariesanguinett: RT @LisaAGoldstein: @janebozarth @lnddave I think the purpose of programs like MBTI is to open minds that are closed to only their paradigm… #lrnchat
11:52:00 am bschlenker: @JaneBozarth Are you doing lrnchat LIVE in a group somewhere today? #lrnchat
11:52:18 am 4KM: @bschlenker Perhaps because we are addicted to measurable objectives; it’s the recognition side of “bums in seats” training metrics #lrnchat
11:52:19 am lesleywprice: q5)who are leaders learning from? Do they understand external change seems to me they r reactive not proactive so use old paradigms #lrnchat
11:52:21 am ckagy: RT @lrnchat: Qwrap) Time to reintroduce yourself. Links, requests & shameless plugs welcome. #lrnchat
11:52:35 am JaneBozarth: @bschlenker Not that I know of. #lrnchat
11:52:39 am stipton: @LisaAGoldstein @janebozarth @lnddave How much time do you have?🙂 #lrnchat send me a DM w/contact info and I’ll happily share.
11:52:46 am lesleywprice: RT @lrnchat: Qwrap) Time to reintroduce yourself. Links, requests & shameless plugs welcome. #lrnchat
11:52:47 am kelly_smith01: I think some folks use MBTI as a path to change careers – especially now with 9.2% – Danger Will Robinson Danger #lrnchat
11:52:49 am skiley1013: Q5- habit? probably because they need to provide incentives for testtaking, which no one would voluntarily do. tests needed 4 ROI. #lrnchat
11:53:02 am LnDDave: @LisaAGoldstein @janebozarth The irony is that many MBTI practitioners are closed to the idea that it may not work. #lrnchat
11:53:06 am TmokGurzi: Q5) Internal motivators of others are impossible to account for. They do what they can by massaging external factors. No empathy #lrnchat
11:53:10 am charlesjennings: Sorry to miss the #lrnchat session today. Some very interesting and challenging questions discussed.
11:53:17 am JD_Dillon: Qwrap) Thanks for the thought partnership! Follow @jd_dillon to share more and keep the learning going 24/7 (or maybe 12/5). #lrnchat
11:53:22 am _SachinGaur: #lrnchat Q5) In short we at times take the easy road instead of the right one #lrnchat
11:53:23 am TriciaRansom: Qwrap) This was fun 1/2 hour- now back to recording audio. Tricia in Chicago saying Thanks everyone. Hope to see you next week! #lrnchat
11:53:28 am wls1961: Wanda Simpson, life longer learner, lover of all things geek, Morgantown, WV, thanks #lrnchat!
11:53:30 am ITKnowConsult: Qwrap already?! Wow. Marisa, In The Know Consulting, Orlando, FL – ISD contractor and general lifelong learner. Tx for great chat! #lrnchat
11:53:36 am JaneBozarth: Jane, RDU-ish, author, trainerperson, fighting for truth no matter how much people want to disagree with real data😉 #lrnchat
11:53:37 am megbertapelle: RT @lrnchat: Qwrap) Time to reintroduce yourself. Links, requests & shameless plugs welcome. #lrnchat
11:53:47 am LisaAGoldstein: Love it. RT @LnDDave: @LisaAGoldstein @janebozarth I prefer @cammybean’s “Don’t be an a-hole”. Applies to all&less time to explain. #lrnchat
11:53:49 am shankarsitarama: Q) What is our motvn for going to the water-cooler? certainly not informal learning nor a conversn. so, motvn need not be direct. #lrnchat
11:53:49 am JaneBozarth: RT @kelly_smith01: I think some folks use MBTI as a path to change careers – especially now with 9.2% – Danger Will Robinson Danger #lrnchat
11:53:50 am bschlenker: Qwrap) Brent Schlenker – PhxAZ – http://t.co/Y9zySnY5 – The ARIA Resort, Las Vegas – If you are going to be there, please say hi! #lrnchat
11:53:51 am lesleywprice: RT @charlesjennings: Sorry to miss the #lrnchat session today. > missed your contribution Charles..another time🙂 #lrnchat
11:54:05 am waithash: @lrnchat: Qwrap) #lrnchat Francis – Nairobi kenya, Social Strategist.
11:54:06 am TriciaRansom: Q5) Cause we’ve always done it like that. #lrnchat
11:54:08 am OpenSesameNow: Hey, thanks for great #lrnchat! Kelly from OpenSesame elearning marketplace. Plugging our new, redesigned, awesome site: www.OpenSesame.com
11:54:08 am shankarsitarama: RT @4KM: @shankarsitarama Preliminary thoughts: informal learning rewards are more intrinsic & require maturity and developed values. #lrnchat
11:54:11 am LnDDave: RT @JaneBozarth: @bschlenker Not that I know of. #lrnchat < Don’t know why, but that’s damn funny.
11:54:22 am ckagy: Qwrap) Chris Kagy, analyst, trainer, designer, jack of all trades at Devis in Arlington, VA, USA. #lrnchat
11:54:24 am olliegardener: Tnx everyone. Ollie Gardener. PROUD of this animated PLUG. http://t.co/RJqyeDM5 If you like it, please share it = reward🙂 #lrnchat
11:54:24 am TriciaRansom: @bschlenker I’ll be there! #lrnchat
11:54:44 am JaneBozarth: @megbertapelle @LisaAGoldstein @lnddave … And many don’t think at all. heh. #lrnchat
11:54:44 am mariesanguinett: @LnDDave @ @LisaAGoldstein @janebozarth The irony is…are closed to the idea that it may not work. #lrnchat let’s agree to disagree
11:54:46 am bschlenker: @JaneBozarth I was just scanning through #lrnchat fast and it looked like you were hanging out with others…never mind😉
11:54:48 am lmockford: RT @megbertapelle: RT @lrnchat: Qwrap) Time to reintroduce yourself. Links, requests & shameless plugs welcome. #lrnchat
11:54:51 am LisaAGoldstein: Qwrap) Awesome discussion, thank you. Lisa Goldstein, 1 EE for 25,000 learners & growing in Denver, CO #lrnchat
11:54:53 am skiley1013: QWRAP: SarahK, Instructional Designer, trainer, media person from Bawlmer, MD. #lrnchat
11:55:04 am onsSara: RT @lrnchat: Qwrap) Time to reintroduce yourself. Links, requests & shameless plugs welcome. #lrnchat
11:55:09 am kelly_smith01: Kelly Smith, currently freelancing, ready to do some ADDIE stuff, #lrnchat
11:55:17 am 4KM: Alice MacGillivray www.4KM.net balanced precariously over the scholar-practitioner divide #lrnchat
11:55:25 am ckagy: challenging topic today. loved it! #lrnchat
11:55:33 am JaneBozarth: @bschlenker no but I went to take a call and all kinds of shenanigans broke out #lrnchat
11:55:44 am LnDDave: @mariesanguinett Always. I relish disagreement. It motivates me to learn more.😉 #lrnchat
11:55:57 am aaronesilvers: q5) because we measure what is easy, we tend to forget that we are ONLY measuring what is easy #lrnchat #themapisnotthefield
11:56:01 am megbertapelle: @olliegardener did you create that? SUPER cool!🙂 #lrnchat
11:56:02 am ITKnowConsult: @olliegardener Very cool! #lrnchat
11:56:13 am stipton: Qwrap) Shannon, Chicago, zebra keeper. Fighting for good learning w/my L&D light saber. #lrnchat
11:56:42 am lesleywprice: Lesley Price…check out latest @towardsmaturity research on Harnessing Online Learning http://t.co/J6jmrkpZ #lrnchat
11:56:48 am _SachinGaur: @lrnchat: Qwrap) Sachin from Bangalore, India. Talent management and org lrng professional at IBM. Joined late today #lrnchat
11:56:54 am LnDDave: QWrap) David Kelly from NYC, looking forward to meeting many #lrnchat peeps ate #ASTDALC and #Devlearn in the next few weeks.
11:56:57 am megbertapelle: RT @aaronesilvers: q5) b/c we measure what is easy, we tend to forget we are ONLY measuring what is easy #themapisnotthefield #lrnchat
11:57:03 am JaneBozarth: @weisblatt good #lrnchat
11:57:10 am TriciaRansom: RT @aaronesilvers: q5) because we measure what’s easy, tend to forget that we’re ONLY measuring what’s easy #lrnchat #lrnchat
11:57:17 am charlesjennings: Q5) “I see the best, but it’s the worse I pursue” (Aldous Huxley) – a mantra not to live one’s life by😉 #lrnchat
11:57:23 am TWells: RT @C4LPT: Read Dan Pink ‘s Drive: autonomy, mastery & purpose r the greatest motivators – and bring their own rewards http://t.co/oEWW5v45 #lrnchat
11:57:31 am _SachinGaur: RT @stipton Qwrap) Shannon, Chicago, zebra keeper. Fighting for good learning w/my L&D light saber. #lrnchat May the Lrng force B with U!
11:57:35 am robynsayles: Professional Talker Press is out! http://t.co/mOMOQ5F2 ▸ Top stories today via @lrnchat @steve_maul
11:57:37 am TriciaRansom: @_SachinGaur I used to work for IBM too! #lrnchat
11:57:37 am megbertapelle: Qwrap) Meg Bertapelle ID @ Intuitive Surgical. Thanks for great chat today – v. interesting discussion & good ideas!🙂 #lrnchat
11:58:02 am shankarsitarama: #lrnchat, Shankar Sitarama technocrat working towards developing an informal learning tool / platform.
11:58:25 am TriciaRansom: @_SachinGaur Don’t encourage @stipton…next thing we know, her #ASTDZebra will be dressed up as Darth Vader! #lrnchat
11:58:25 am mariesanguinett: Right On!!! @LnDDave Always. I relish disagreement. It motivates me to learn more.😉 #lrnchat .
11:58:33 am sparkandco: Awww, I missed most of #lrnchat – client called, sorry all.
11:59:11 am olliegardener: Is that reward or recognition? either way, makes my day! Tnx guys @itknowconsult @megbertapelle did u create that? SUPER cool!🙂 #lrnchat
11:59:21 am kelly_smith01: Time for lunch. Ooops already had brunch. Guess I’ll have to review #lrnchat transcript instead. #lrnchat
11:59:29 am stipton: @sparkandco There you are! Missed you. #lrnchat
11:59:33 am TriciaRansom: @sparkandco Maybe tonight’s session? #lrnchat
11:59:40 am lrnchat: Thanks for joining #lrnchat. We’ll post the transcript on http://lrnchat.com See you again next Thursday.

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