Transcript 13 October 2011(Early)

04:30:25 pm lrnchat: Welcome to #lrnchat! How have you been?
04:30:43 pm C4LPT: RT @lrnchat: Welcome to #lrnchat! How have you been?
04:30:48 pm jzurovchak: #lrnchat starting!  Get ready to roll!
04:31:03 pm ReubenTozman: RT @lesleywprice: @ReubenTozman: @stevier – love the video yesterday😉 < my fav video of the day is http://t.co/9jwSlfB8 – awesome #lrnchat
04:31:10 pm lesleywprice: RT @C4LPT: RT @lrnchat: Welcome to #lrnchat! How have you been? #lrnchat
04:31:13 pm lrnchat: We’re skipping the #lrnchat rules tonight. If you’re new, brush up at http://t.co/4Lr208H4
04:31:18 pm AndreaMay1: Hi #lrnchat ers. Hope everyone had a good week.
04:31:41 pm _Kavi: There you go !! hello all ! RT @lrnchat: Welcome to #lrnchat! How have you been?
04:31:52 pm PaFitzpatrick: Hello all at #lrnchat – Patrick Fitzpatrick from @PTKLearning here in the wonderful city of Sheffield UK
04:31:58 pm kelly_smith01: Prewrap) Fine and busy. #lrnchat
04:32:03 pm olliegardener: RT @AndreaMay1: Hi #lrnchat ers. Hope everyone had a good week. #lrnchat
04:32:07 pm lrnchat: Q0) Let’s get started w/ the #lrnchat welcome: What have you learned today? What have you learned this week?
04:32:12 pm alc47: Hi everyone – now for some fun relaxation at the end of a busy day! #lrnchat
04:32:22 pm megbertapelle: hi peeps – sorry to miss today, have a good one! off to record VO (eewww, gotta listen to my own voice!)🙂 wish me luck! #lrnchat
04:32:23 pm C4LPT: RT @lrnchat: Q0) Let’s get started w/ the #lrnchat welcome: What have you learned today? What have you learned this week?
04:32:26 pm jzurovchak: John Zurovchak in Columbus, Ohio – ready for #lrnchat
04:32:30 pm JD_Dillon: It’s time for #lrnchat! Let the collective brilliance commence!
04:32:47 pm ThePrezenter: Hi #lrnchat. It’s been a stressful week so far. Really starting to feel the pinch of the enconomic crisis
04:33:17 pm amirelion: Hi All. Amir Elion from Israel #lrnchat
04:33:25 pm stipton: RT @lrnchat: Q0) Let’s get started w/ the #lrnchat welcome: What have you learned today? What have you learned this week?
04:33:31 pm ReubenTozman: Reuben Tozman CLO of edCetra Training. Here for 30 mins. I’ve been asked by the republic of me to represent me today
#lrnchat
04:33:40 pm HollyJustice1: Hello from Holly in Oregon! Happy to be join #lrnchat
04:33:50 pm lesleywprice: q0) Today I learned that simple things really do mean a lot this week I’ve learned don’t be afraid to ask for advice #lrnchat
04:33:57 pm ReubenTozman: RT @amirelion: Hi All. Amir Elion from Israel – shalom. ma nishma #lrnchat
04:34:01 pm _Kavi: RT @lrnchat: Q0) Let’s get started w/ the #lrnchat welcome: What have you learned today? What have you learned this week?
04:34:06 pm alc47: I’ve learned (again) that I’m a techno dunce – but having fun learning to use my iPad #lrnchat
04:34:15 pm jzurovchak: I’ve been looking more into the idea of “badges” in training and skill development….will be interesting to see how it unfolds. #lrnchat
04:34:24 pm amirelion: Q0) Learned today that brewing coffee on a picnic gas stove can be dangerous… #lrnchat
04:34:38 pm JD_Dillon: Q0) The #iOS5 update has helped me learn a lot about the most effective use of my technological resources. #lrnchat
04:34:44 pm lesleywprice: RT @alc47: Ive learned (again) that Im a techno dunce – but having fun learning to use my iPad <at least you have one lol!! #lrnchat
04:35:12 pm C4LPT: @lrnchat Jane Hart joining #lrnchat today from Laguna Niguel in Calfornia
04:35:13 pm ReubenTozman: q0) In 1960, the cost of building a one hour computer based training course for the PLATO system was 300000$. Thats 1960 dollars #lrnchat
04:35:19 pm laurawalshphoto: Attending #lrnchat for first time in months. Interested in how critical learning is to solving societal/economic problems.
04:35:20 pm _Kavi: Q0) I learnt…. that many times good questions are good answers in themselves ! #lrnchat
04:35:20 pm wordwealthy: Attending #lrnchat for first time in months. Interested in how critical learning is to solving societal/economic problems.
04:35:41 pm AjayPangarkar: Hi #lrnchat…doing well. Learned to be more patient with people
04:35:52 pm lesleywprice: q0) I’ve learned that I was right to go Android and not buy a blackberry lol!
#lrnchat
04:35:56 pm alc47: RT @C4LPT: @lrnchat Jane Hart joining #lrnchat today from Laguna Niguel in Calfornia >Lucky for some! #lrnchat
04:36:01 pm AndreaMay1: Q0) This  morning I learned about troubleshooting intermittent  pilot gas burner control systems…hard work for a Thursday morning #lrnchat
04:36:05 pm amirelion: RT @_Kavi: Q0) I learnt…. that many times good questions are good answers in themselves ! AGREED #lrnchat
04:36:10 pm PaFitzpatrick: Q0) This week I have learned that my 3 year old son is very good an negotiation skills – especially when I am not well #lrnchat
04:36:19 pm _Kavi: RT @lesleywprice: q0) Today I learned that simple things really do mean a lot this week I’ve learned don’t be afraid to ask for advice #lrnchat
04:36:25 pm laurawalshphoto: I learned that in the U.S. the quit rate is now higher than layoffs. What does that say? #lrnchat
04:36:43 pm olliegardener: @C4LPT Nice!🙂 #lrnchat
04:36:46 pm StephenCHudson: q0) I learned that it is better to ask why someone is requesting a change rather than to make it so the solution is best #lrnchat
04:36:58 pm Tracy_Parish: Q0) I learned this week how to admin another LMS.  Can never have too many in one organization.  ugggg #lrnchat
04:37:01 pm _Kavi: Learnt that many times, people just need  a patient ear ! Thats all ! #lrnchat
04:37:11 pm C4LPT: q1) I’ve learned that there still many pple who think  #sociallearning is  something you have to implement top-down in ur org 😦 #lrnchat
04:37:18 pm arossett: attending #lrnchat from Laguna Niguel. Learned you can get here from San Diego in 58 minutes.
04:37:24 pm lesleywprice: RT @laurawalshphoto I learned that in the U.S. the quit rate is higher than layoffs. What does that say? < Amazed at that stat!! #lrnchat
04:37:32 pm stipton: Q0) the axiom of telling ppl something 10 times before they absorb your message is sooooo true. #lrnchat
04:37:34 pm ThePrezenter: Q0) Today I’ve learnt that @prezi loves using .swf files. This week I’ve found genius way to prsnt a @prezi using an Android tablet #lrnchat
04:37:35 pm AndreaMay1: RT @laurawalshphoto: I learned that in the U.S. the quit rate is now higher than layoffs. What does that say? #lrnchat <– Interesting!
04:37:53 pm Tracy_Parish: Q0) I also learned the difference in taste from a $40 bottle of wine and a $10 one. 🙂 #lrnchat
04:38:02 pm _Kavi: The BB outage got me reflecting on dependence on technology ! #lrnchat
04:38:10 pm lesleywprice: RT @C4LPT q1) Ive learned that there still many pple who think #sociallearning is  something you  implement top-down in ur org 😦 #lrnchat
04:38:17 pm jzurovchak: Learning about spiders and starfish , Nantaans and decentralized organizations in today’s world…#lrnchat
04:38:25 pm lesleywprice: RT @Tracy_Parish: Q0) I also learned the difference in taste from a $40 bottle of wine and a $10 one. 🙂 < like that one! #lrnchat
04:38:39 pm lesleywprice: RT @_Kavi: The BB outage got me reflecting on dependence on technology ! #lrnchat
04:38:45 pm ThePrezenter: Q0) I also got very warm fuzzy feeling when building some FISH! training this week. Such a great tool for fun in the workplace #lrnchat
04:38:58 pm AndreaMay1: RT @C4LPT: q1) learned still many pple who think  #sociallearning is  something u have to implement top-down in ur org 😦 #lrnchat <-Ugh
04:39:12 pm ThePrezenter: RT @AndreaMay1: RT @laurawalshphoto: I learned that in the U.S. the quit rate is now higher than layoffs. What does that say? #lrnchat <– Interesting!
04:39:24 pm HollyJustice1: Q0) Today’s lesson being nice and offering help pays off – the world is small.  This week learned how to use images in my blog. #lrnchat
04:39:31 pm Tracy_Parish: @ThePrezenter Did people actually get to throw stuff around?  LOL #lrnchat
04:40:00 pm amirelion: I learned that organizing a tweetchat is hard work and not many people come. 2nd #lrnisr chat took placer this week. #lrnchat
04:40:00 pm alc47: @arossett Seems like all the important people are there! #lrnchat
04:40:07 pm lrnchat: Q1) Do training departments have the same influence today that they had five years ago? #lrnchat
04:40:20 pm PaFitzpatrick: RT @lrnchat: Q1) Do training departments have the same influence today that they had five years ago? #lrnchat
04:40:44 pm sparkandco: Lurking in #lrnchat today – I have no training dept so not sure I’ll have much to contribute!
04:40:51 pm lesleywprice: RT @lrnchat: Q1) Do training departments have the same influence today that they had five years ago? #lrnchat
04:41:07 pm kelly_smith01: RT @C4LPT: q1) I’ve learned that there still many pple who think  #SoMe is  something you have to implement top-down in ur org 😦 #lrnchat
04:41:08 pm C4LPT: RT @lrnchat: Q1) Do training departments have the same influence today that they had five years ago? #lrnchat
04:41:17 pm StephanieDaul: Sorry I’m late.  Trying to finish 2 big project that are due at the same time. #lrnchat
04:41:17 pm ThePrezenter: @Tracy_Parish #lrnchat Haha not on this occasion. I’m training on some top secret new mobile devices being released soon so no throwing!
04:41:18 pm lesleywprice: q1) did they ever have influence???  #lrnchat
04:41:31 pm ReubenTozman: q1) Not sure they had any greater influence 5 years ago. Always a silo and still trying to silo themselves I find #lrnchat
04:41:51 pm amirelion: Q1) In Israel some have more, some unchanged. I feel as if the general trend is for deeper influence. #lrnchat
04:41:55 pm AjayPangarkar: Q1) #lrnchat …it depends, the ones that deliver on business objectives “yes”, otherwise they are only a necessary evil for snr managers
04:41:56 pm lesleywprice: RT @ReubenTozman: q1) Not sure they had any greater influence 5 years ago. Always a silo and still trying to silo themselves I find #lrnchat
04:41:56 pm alc47: Q1 Did they have an influence 5 years ago #lrnchat
04:41:56 pm aaronesilvers: Heh > RT @lesleywprice: q1) did they ever have influence???  #lrnchat
04:42:03 pm AndreaMay1: Q1) For the ones  I consult with, I’d say they have more influence in some areas and less in others #lrnchat
04:42:07 pm JD_Dillon: Q1) IMO, training departments have MORE influence, less training and more organizational development groups driving talent growth. #lrnchat
04:42:08 pm jzurovchak: #lrnchat  Q1  – Not sure about our organization…we still creatie”courses” for the masses, but I’m sure there is a lot of “other” going on
04:42:08 pm alc47: RT @ReubenTozman: q1) Not sure they had any greater influence 5 years ago. Always a silo and still trying to silo themselves I find #lrnchat
04:42:24 pm MarniDunning: RT @sparkandco: Lurking in #lrnchat today – I have no training dept so not sure I’ll have much to contribute!
04:42:32 pm arossett: 1) interesting question abt influence of trng depts. What to measure? Did we measure 5 yrs ago? Do we now? Who judges? #lrnchat
04:42:39 pm C4LPT: Q1) They probably like to think they do; but the reality is more and more pple are working around them #lrnchat
04:42:50 pm aaronesilvers: RT @arossett: 1) interesting question abt influence of trng depts. What to measure? Did we measure 5 yrs ago? Do we now? Who judges? #lrnchat
04:42:54 pm lesleywprice: q1) Until training departments understand and align with business objectives they will never have any influence #lrnchat
04:42:55 pm alc47: @AjayPangarkar necessary evils are ceasing to exist – they are being chopped out #lrnchat
04:43:03 pm aaronesilvers: RT @C4LPT: Q1) They probably like to think they do; but the reality is more and more pple are working around them #lrnchat
04:43:08 pm StephenCHudson: q1) social media (lrng) and collab platforms (sharepoint) have democratized learning. I see influence waining #lrnchat
04:43:08 pm LnDDave: Greetings #lrnchat.  David Kelly from NYC, joining a little late.
04:43:11 pm jzurovchak: #lrnchat  Are more peopole really working around training dpts today or are we just able to track it better looking at SOME?
04:43:13 pm ReubenTozman: q1) Backwards logic of training departments is: If I can prove I’m different then I have value. We need an ROI model thats diff’t. #lrnchat
04:43:23 pm AndreaMay1: Q1) Think it depends on the org and how much they value centralized training #lrnchat
04:43:31 pm alc47: RT @C4LPT: Q1) probably think they do; but the reality is more and more pple are working around them. Self-directed learning #lrnchat
04:43:34 pm C4LPT: RT @StephenCHudson: q1) social media (lrng) and collab platforms (sharepoint) have democratized learning. I see influence waining #lrnchat
04:43:35 pm tracydg1: @lesleywprice Agreed #lrnchat
04:43:38 pm ThePrezenter: Q1) Amazing question. I think they do #lrnchat but only the ones taht have moved with the times. I had a job interview a while back…cont
04:43:42 pm PaFitzpatrick: Q1) More influence: TD’s are significant in employee Stabilizing & upskilling is essential to org’s since the economic crisis #lrnchat
04:43:49 pm lesleywprice: RT @LnDDave: Greetings #lrnchat.  David Kelly from NYC, joining a little late. < better late than never🙂 #lrnchat
04:43:55 pm wordwealthy: Tweeting from correct account now! Influence of training depts feels limiting to me, since some orgs train without formal dept. #lrnchat
04:43:57 pm stipton: Q1) Absolutely big dif from 5 yrs ago – in the right hands. Stop being trainers, start being business partners. #lrnchat
04:44:00 pm kelly_smith01: How many of us were with the same organization as 5 yrs ago – Does that organization (or even industry) still exist? #lrnchat
04:44:04 pm ThePrezenter: Q1) #lrnchat and was amazed at how they just wrote content and spat out Ppt files.
04:44:14 pm jzurovchak: #lrnchat  Still not sure how much social media is being used in our organization…not sure where or how to look…
04:44:24 pm LnDDave: RT @lrnchat: Q1) Do training departments have the same influence today that they had five years ago? #lrnchat
04:44:29 pm lesleywprice: RT @stipton: Q1) Absolutely big dif from 5 yrs ago –  Stop being trainers, start being business partners. <exactly!! #lrnchat
04:44:30 pm kelly_smith01: RT @stipton: Q1) Absolutely big dif from 5 yrs ago – in the right hands. Stop being trainers, start being business partners. #lrnchat – Hope
04:44:42 pm AndreaMay1: RT @stipton: Q1)Absolutely big dif from 5 yrs ago – in the right hands. Stop being trainers, start being business partners. #lrnchat <-agree
04:44:52 pm alc47: RT @stipton: Q1) Absolutely big dif – in the right hands. Stop being trainers, start being business partners.>But very few doing it #lrnchat
04:44:57 pm aaronesilvers: Q1) I think 5yrs ago Training Depts. assumed they owned “learning.” Turns out everyone owns it. #lrnchat
04:44:58 pm _Kavi: Q1. Influence is a function of being able to influence. We are lot better than where we were 5 years ago #lrnchat
04:44:59 pm PaFitzpatrick: Q1) however there is more pressure on TD’s now to deliver effective training.  Their accountability has increased dramatically #lrnchat
04:45:02 pm cammybean: Cammy Bean here – tweeting live from Massachusetts. #lrnchat
04:45:05 pm ThePrezenter: RT @kelly_smith01: RT @stipton: Q1) Absolutely big dif from 5 yrs ago – in the right hands. Stop being trainers, start being business partners. #lrnchat – Hope
04:45:12 pm billcush: News: Freeing the LMS  http://t.co/VSq6rJR0 #lrnchat
04:45:18 pm arossett: RT @AndreaMay1: RT @stipton: Q1). Stop being trainers, start being business partners. #lrnchat <-agree
04:45:43 pm aaronesilvers: Q1) Training definitely helps with efficiencies. Training doesn’t necessarily add revenues #assumption #lrnchat
04:45:54 pm ReubenTozman: q1) Training is still an event. We still build events and it needs to stop. #lrnchat
04:45:59 pm jzurovchak: #lrnchat Q1) We seem to still be providing much of the same services to the organization..trying to improve…but no real, hard evidence yet
04:46:00 pm lesleywprice: RT @_Kavi: Q1Influence is a function of being able to influence. We are lot better than 5 years ago <not convinced😦 #lrnchat
04:46:04 pm kelly_smith01: RT @aaronesilvers: Q1) Training definitely helps with efficiencies. Training doesn’t necessarily add revenues #assumption #lrnchat
04:46:06 pm LnDDave: Q1) Training Dept influence is largely determined by the learning culture you are able to build within the org. #lrnchat
04:46:13 pm amirelion: Q1) is their role to have more influence? Or should they work behind the scenes to make other make the difference? #lrnchat
04:46:15 pm alc47: @PaFitzpatrick Delivering effective training does not belong in the new peer connected and social world #lrnchat
04:46:17 pm stipton: .@PaFitzpatrick As it should be, just as every other depart in a business LEARNING needs to be held accountable for their goals. #lrnchat
04:46:19 pm PaFitzpatrick: RT @LnDDave: Q1) Training Dept influence is largely determined by the learning culture you are able to build within the org. #lrnchat
04:46:41 pm sparkandco: RT @reubentozman: q1) Training is still an event. We still build events and it needs to stop. #lrnchat
04:46:52 pm bschlenker: RT @aaronesilvers: Q1) I think 5yrs ago Training Depts. assumed they owned “learning.” Turns out everyone owns it. #lrnchat
04:46:55 pm wordwealthy: Question for me is how much influence does learning have within organizations? What priority does business place on learning? #lrnchat
04:46:56 pm ThePrezenter: RT @aaronesilvers: Q1) I think 5yrs ago Training Depts. assumed they owned “learning.” Turns out everyone owns it. #lrnchat
04:46:57 pm stipton: RT @LnDDave: Q1) Training Dept influence is largely determined by the learning culture you are able to build within the org. #lrnchat
04:47:04 pm ReubenTozman: Have a great #lrnchat. Gotta run. My final thought: for train depts to be relevant they need to cease being a training dept #lrnchat
04:47:06 pm nlkilkenny: #lrnchat Q1) I think they still have some influence. In smart companies their focus & approach has changed.
04:47:12 pm lesleywprice: RT @LnDDave: Q1) Training Dept influence determined by the learning culture< shouldn’t training dept be trying to change culture? #lrnchat
04:47:15 pm jzurovchak: #lrnchat Q1) How many training departments have really made these changes…or just wishful thinking?
04:47:33 pm StephanieDaul: RT @sparkandco: RT @reubentozman: q1) Training is still an event. We still build events and it needs to stop. #lrnchat
04:47:36 pm alc47: RT @sparkandco: RT @reubentozman: q1) Training is still an event. We still build events and it needs to stop.>Keep saying it! #lrnchat
04:47:39 pm ThePrezenter: @sparkandco @reubentozman #lrnchat Such a great point made. I never thought of it in that way. Stop building events!!!
04:47:39 pm lesleywprice: RT @ReubenTozman: Have a great #lrnchat. My final thought: for train depts to be relevant they need to cease being a training dept #lrnchat
04:47:57 pm kelly_smith01: Still  page turning e-learning and this -is-what-you-need-to-know instructor-led learning out there. #lrnchat
04:48:15 pm C4LPT: RT @aaronesilvers Q1) I think 5yrs ago Training Dpts assumed they owned “learning” Turns out everyone owns it #lrnchat <but they cant let go
04:48:15 pm j_allen: RT @aaronesilvers: Q1) I think 5yrs ago Training Depts. assumed they owned “learning.” Turns out everyone owns it. #lrnchat
04:48:16 pm HollyJustice1: Q1)Training depts influence more people + mgmt despite smaller size and less $. Lifetime learning is up in USA due to bad economy #lrnchat
04:48:19 pm PaFitzpatrick: @alc47 I should choose my words more carefully ‘training’ I should be saying empowering KSA #lrnchat
04:48:35 pm _Kavi: q1) The focus is shifting from ‘training’ to ‘performance consulting’. Seen less as an ‘intrusion’ and more as ‘enabler’ #lrnchat
04:48:41 pm Tracy_Parish: Q1) Our training depts r so swamped doing mandatory stuff, that they aren’t able to keep up with devlping new skills for employees. #lrnchat
04:48:41 pm lesleywprice: q1) sometimes feel like a broken record..training depts tend to focus on bums on seats…so focus on wrong end of learner #lrnchat
04:48:54 pm alc47: RT @PaFitzpatrick: @alc47 I should choose my words more carefully training I should be saying empowering KSA>That’s better! #lrnchat
04:49:03 pm ThePrezenter: Q1) #lrnchat Love the ideas here that we need to think of ourselves as business partners and stop thinking of learning as an event
04:49:04 pm stevier: @reubentozman Thanks, Reuben!🙂 #lrnchat
04:49:05 pm LnDDave: RT @aaronesilvers: Q1) I think 5yrs ago Training Depts. assumed they owned “learning.” Turns out everyone owns it. #lrnchat
04:49:10 pm JD_Dillon: Q1) It takes a learning culture to allow a learning organization to have the right influence on a company’s success. #lrnchat
04:49:11 pm stipton: .@wordwealthy “What priority does business place on learning? ” Business only makes L&D a priority based leardership from L&D #lrnchat
04:49:17 pm amirelion: Q1) Events <> Influence. Tackling real problems and opportunities = influence. #lrnchat
04:49:22 pm AndreaMay1: @jzurovchak  In my  experience , training departments are becoming much more strategic and less about how many people trained #lrnchat
04:49:26 pm TruaxTrainer: RT @HollyJustice1: Q1)Training depts influence more people + mgmt despite smaller size and less $. Lifetime learning is up in USA due to bad economy #lrnchat
04:49:30 pm PaFitzpatrick: @alc47  it was a moment of been stuck in the past – wont happen again #lrnchat
04:49:38 pm _Kavi: Q1) Technology has played a major role in the way people learn. Its a golden opp for Learning function #lrnchat
04:49:45 pm LnDDave: Q1) The training departments that have focused less on training and more on performance likely have more influence. #lrnchat
04:49:52 pm StephanieDaul: RT @lesleywprice: feels like a broken record..training depts tend to focus on bums on seats…so focus on wrong end of learner #lrnchat
04:49:52 pm bschlenker: Q1) If we thought Trng Dpts were “the first to go” in hard times before.  Today, its almost justified. Begin to think different #lrnchat
04:50:07 pm jzurovchak: @PaFitzpatrick Good to hear! We seem to still be stuck in the mire here…trying to change…but no evidence yet…#lrnchat
04:50:09 pm PaFitzpatrick: RT @LnDDave: Q1) The training departments that have focused less on training and more on performance likely have more influence. #lrnchat
04:50:10 pm aaronesilvers: RT @bschlenker: Q1) If we thought Trng Dpts were “the first to go” in hard times before.  Today, its almost justified. Begin to think different #lrnchat
04:50:11 pm stipton: .@lesleywprice Totally agree – butts in seats means nothing.  Business wants performance results, that’s how L&D stays critical. #lrnchat
04:50:23 pm alc47: RT @LnDDave: Q1) The training departments that have focused less on training and more on performance likely have more influence. #lrnchat
04:50:43 pm _Kavi: RT @AndreaMay1: @jzurovchak  In my  experience , training departments are becoming much more strategic and less about how many people trained #lrnchat
04:50:47 pm tracydg1: @_Kavi Exactly.  Who said there’s no training problem, there are performance problems. Training is one of the solutions. #lrnchat
04:50:53 pm jzurovchak: We are definitely still counting completions…data fed up to the execs based on “courses” completed… #lrnchat
04:50:59 pm stipton: .@jzurovchak  evidence of what? #lrnchat
04:50:59 pm olliegardener: q1) the training depts influence (on what matters) is determined by what role they enact in the business #lrnchat
04:51:07 pm JffZllr: Training still a need for blue-collar beginrs. @reubentozman: q1) Training is still an event. We still build events / needs to stop #lrnchat
04:51:07 pm HollyJustice1: RT Yes!@LnDDave Q1) Training Dept influence is largely determined by the learning culture you are able to build within the org. #lrnchat
04:51:16 pm wordwealthy: @stipton But if you have leadership who believes in potential of learning/knows it works, they may nurture learning culture. #lrnchat
04:51:17 pm _Kavi: Q1) Its a competitive time. Learning is becoming a differentiator. And more importantly, business is seeing it. #lrnchat
04:51:18 pm tracydg1: RT @alc47: RT @LnDDave: Q1) The training departments that have focused less on training and more on performance likely have more influence. #lrnchat
04:51:25 pm alc47: RT @bschlenker: Q1)  thought Trng Dpts were “1st to go” in hard times before.  Today, IT IS justified. Think different – QUICKLY #lrnchat
04:51:30 pm olliegardener: RT @LnDDave: Q1) The training departments that have focused less on training and more on performance likely have more influence. #lrnchat
04:51:40 pm petersonandrew: #lrnchat Formal training fills in the assembly line knowledge gaps
04:51:43 pm lesleywprice: RT @tracydg1: @_Kavi Exactly.  Training is one of the solutions. < only if its aligned to business performance #lrnchat
04:51:48 pm jzurovchak: @stipton  Evidence of a shift away from counting course completions and toward some of the other ideas in this forum #lrnchat
04:51:52 pm ThePrezenter: RT @_Kavi: Q1) Its a competitive time. Learning is becoming a differentiator. And more importantly, business is seeing it. #lrnchat
04:51:56 pm AndreaMay1: RT @JffZllr: Training still a need for blue-collar beginrs.  #lrnchat <–very true!
04:52:15 pm tracydg1: When seen as a performance consulting, training depts tend to be more easily acceptable and seen as a business partner #lrnchat
04:52:17 pm alc47: @JffZllr Most blue collar workers learn most from watching their experienced workmates – just like everyone else #lrnchat
04:52:28 pm PaFitzpatrick: Q1) TD’s MUST educate the rest of the business so that they understand L&D, forms of L&D that work effectively for role/person/dept #lrnchat
04:52:31 pm JD_Dillon: Q1) Key to continued success is continued learning. The right learning org can facilitate this, but the culture must align. #lrnchat
04:52:31 pm wordwealthy: RT @tracydg1 @alc47 @LnDDave: Q1) training depts that focus less on training and more on performance likely have more influence. #lrnchat
04:52:42 pm aaronesilvers: Q1) For years, “training” measured what could easily be measured. We forget that what we count doesn’t necessarily count. #lrnchat
04:53:04 pm LnDDave: Q1) It’s somewhat ironic, but the training departments that influence more realize they need to control less. #lrnchat
04:53:17 pm sparkandco: RT @AndreaMay1 @JffZllr: Training still need 4 blue-collar beginrs.  #lrnchat <–very true! <but still need fdbk loops + spaced repetition
04:53:24 pm C4LPT: Q1) T depts influence is  still mainly to enforce formal training – which people endure rather than enjoy  #lrnchat
04:53:29 pm bschlenker: Q1) We should begin to train companies how to train each other…to make this transition with new media.  THAT’s where the value is #lrnchat
04:53:29 pm lesleywprice: RT @AndreaMay1 @JffZllr Training still need for blue-collar beginrs.  #lrnchat < true! <but only if it serves a real business need #lrnchat
04:53:31 pm alc47: RT @aaronesilvers: Q1) “training” measured what could easily be measured. We forget that what we count doesnt necessarily count. #lrnchat
04:53:33 pm amirelion: RT @aaronesilvers: We forget that what we count doesnt necessarily count. #lrnchat
04:53:39 pm StephanieDaul: RT @LnDDave: Q1) Its somewhat ironic, but the training departments that influence more realize they need to control less. #lrnchat
04:53:39 pm stipton: @wordwealthy absolutely – L&D has take resp for blding culture w/bus. We sit in corner &complain & do nothing to lead the charge.  #lrnchat
04:53:45 pm jzurovchak: RT @bschlenker: Q1) We should begin to train companies how to train each other…to make this transition with new media.  THAT’s where the value is #lrnchat
04:53:55 pm lesleywprice: RT @C4LPT: Q1) T depts influence is  still mainly to enforce formal training – which people endure rather than enjoy <exactly! #lrnchat
04:53:55 pm PaFitzpatrick: @jzurovchak it just take one new innovator and one new acceptor to make a change #lrnchat
04:53:57 pm JffZllr: @alc47 – I don’t disagree – if your experienced people are competent. Otherwise “follow Bob” training can be hazardous #lrnchat
04:54:01 pm ThePrezenter: RT @aaronesilvers: Q1) For years, “training” measured what could easily be measured. We forget that what we count doesn’t necessarily count. #lrnchat
04:54:04 pm bschlenker: RT @C4LPT: Q1) T depts influence is  still mainly to enforce formal training – which people endure rather than enjoy <true that! #lrnchat
04:54:31 pm jzurovchak: @PaFitzpatrick  Wish it were the case here…still hitting the wall….#lrnchat
04:54:57 pm aaronesilvers: Q1) @JffZllr is dead-on. Training is hugely important for skilled labor, military… #lrnchat
04:55:03 pm medikly: Here’s a great presentation if you need inspiration: Shifting To 21st Century Learning http://t.co/uAKfnQ25 #sociallearning #lrnchat
04:55:05 pm alc47: RT @bschlenker: RT @C4LPT: Q1) T depts influence is  still mainly to enforce formal training >Still command and control mentality #lrnchat
04:55:07 pm AndreaMay1: RT @sparkandco: Training still need 4 blue-collar beginrs.  #lrnchat <–very true! <but still need fdbk loops + spaced repetition <-For sure
04:55:07 pm JffZllr: Once employee knows basics, tie them to a community for ongoing improvement/feedback #lrnchat
04:55:08 pm gerdriesen: Q0) Ger Driesen Netherlands L&D junk learned today from millenial @veramaliepaard more about how they like to work as professional #lrnchat
04:55:19 pm lesleywprice: q1) why don’t training departments anticipate…if they really understood the business they could and then add real value #lrnchat
04:55:25 pm stipton: Let me get this off my chest – stop, for love of Pete, calling yourselves a “training” depart.  We train dogs, we develop people.  #lrnchat
04:55:25 pm bschlenker: @JffZllr That’s why TRUST is important.  If you TRUST that you’re workers are competent then “follow Bob” works fine…right? #lrnchat
04:55:34 pm PaFitzpatrick: @C4LPT the issue is – organisation dont want people to enjoy work, so why enjoy learning? needs to be a mass change in attitude #lrnchat
04:55:36 pm amirelion: Wonder if those that haven’t change will be around in 5 years time… #lrnchat
04:55:37 pm olliegardener: RT @alc47: @JffZllr Most blue collar workers r improvising, learning as they go. Require a wider PLN than the ‘more exp.employees’ #lrnchat
04:55:50 pm TekaraInc: Its a competitive time. Learning is becoming a differentiator. And more importantly, business is seeing it. #lrnchat ~Well said @_Kavi
04:55:50 pm wordwealthy: RT @bschlenker @C4LPT: Q1) T depts influence still mainly to enforce formal training which people endure rather than enjoy <true! #lrnchat
04:55:58 pm alc47: RT @JffZllr: Once employee knows basics, ENCOURAGE them into a community for ongoing improvement/feedback #lrnchat
04:56:03 pm ThePrezenter: Q2) 90% focused on online training and eLearning, and realising that face2face classroom sessions are a thing of the past #lrnchat
04:56:08 pm JffZllr: I think most of our #lrnchat conversations tend to focus on knowledge workers.
04:56:11 pm lesleywprice: RT @stipton: Let me get this off my chest – stop, calling yourselves a “training” depart.We train dogs, we develop people.  #lrnchat
04:56:13 pm HollyJustice1: RT @jzurovchak I agree Counting Completions doesn’t tell whole story. Train for job improvements and new projects assigned! #lrnchat
04:56:14 pm JD_Dillon: Q2) Training dept should be a key partner in all facets of the business and support a learning culture, not just events. #lrnchat
04:56:35 pm bschlenker: ? + ? != ?  #lrnchat
04:57:00 pm olliegardener: RT @alc47: RT @JffZllr: Once employee knows basics, ENCOURAGE them into a community for ongoing improvement/feedback #lrnchat
04:57:08 pm aaronesilvers: @JffZllr I hear you, boss. #lrnchat
04:57:09 pm JffZllr: Right @bschlenker That’s why TRUST is important. If you TRUST that you’re workers are competent then “follow Bob” works fine-right? #lrnchat
04:57:18 pm sparkandco: RT @JffZllr: I think most of our #lrnchat conversations tend to focus on knowledge workers. <good observation – challenge us
04:57:23 pm nlkilkenny: @techherding Hi, Dick: Q2) Where did you think the training department would be by now? #lrnchat
04:57:24 pm aaronesilvers: RT @bschlenker: ? + ? != ?  #lrnchat
04:57:29 pm TerrenceWing: Well said RT @StephanieDaul: RT @LnDDave the training departments that influence more realize they need to control less. #lrnchat
04:57:33 pm techherding: Lovin’ it!
RT @amirelion: RT @aaronesilvers: We forget that what we count doesnt necessarily count. #lrnchat
04:57:40 pm nlkilkenny: Q2) Thought they’d buy in to “informal learning” principles and cultural practices more by now…. maybe an inch or two more🙂 #lrnchat
04:57:44 pm PaFitzpatrick: @jzurovchak I will have some major change things to show you at the end of the year — watch this space #lrnchat
04:58:05 pm statweestics: #lrnchat is getting popular, +900% the last hour : http://t.co/dUAMEJ4d
04:58:05 pm ThePrezenter: #lrnchat Gotta fly guys. Enjoy the rest of your chat. Will trya nd catch up later.
04:58:44 pm LnDDave: RT @lrnchat: Q2) Where did you think the training department would be by now? #lrnchat
04:58:49 pm TheAirton: Q1) It seems most Learning/ Training Depts have a predisposed mentality to “ride in the back” and be okay with that #lrnchat
04:59:01 pm C4LPT: RT @lrnchat: Q2) Where did you think the training department would be by now? #lrnchat
04:59:04 pm nlonergan: RT @bschlenker: RT @C4LPT: Q1) T depts influence is  still mainly to enforce formal training – which people endure rather than enjoy <true that! #lrnchat
04:59:06 pm lesleywprice: @lrnchat: Q2) Where did you think the training department would be by now? #lrnchat
04:59:28 pm amirelion: Q2) Thought they’d stop asking mgrs. what courses you need? and start asking what are your performance problems. #lrnchat
04:59:35 pm JD_Dillon: I don’t do #training. I do #learning. #lrnchat
04:59:45 pm jzurovchak: #lrnchat Q2)  Would have liked more  unfettered use of social media tools to build communities within the company….
04:59:48 pm wordwealthy: RT @lrnchat: Q2) Where did you think the training department would be by now? #lrnchat
04:59:51 pm C4LPT: FYI Just seen a notification there is  a Twitter timeline problem #lrnchat
05:00:04 pm HollyJustice1: Q2) Hoped for lots of training by video live plus more interactive self-paced training. Still too much passive learning out there. #lrnchat
05:00:17 pm AndreaMay1: RT @stipton: stop, for love of Pete, calling yourselves a “training” depart.  We train dogs, we develop people.  #lrnchat <–LOL Love it!
05:00:17 pm lesleywprice: q2) thought they might have learned something about training that meets business needs …or is that too big an ask? #lrnchat
05:00:26 pm _Kavi: Q2) Data would be paramount. measuerment would be paramount. While its been important, its not paramount ! performace is ! #lrnchat
05:00:34 pm stipton: Parting thought – good to vent but up to L&D to lead the charge. want Change in culture, start it – don’t take no for an answer.  #lrnchat
05:00:37 pm Tracy_Parish: Q2) I was hoping we would have grown staff-wise.  10 years ago 1:266, now were are  1:1000, staff:employees.  #lrnchat
05:00:38 pm dpontefract: Retired. RT @lrnchat: Q2) Where did you think the training department would be by now? #lrnchat
05:00:43 pm lesleywprice: RT @C4LPT: FYI Just seen a notification there is  a Twitter timeline problem..< twitter has been playing up all afternoon #lrnchat
05:01:16 pm stipton: Gotta run – I love the conversation but conference calls are in my immediate future.  #lrnchat
05:01:18 pm dainadunlop: Q2) The same place they’ve been for a long time – need to hire people with a biz background and separate from the HR dept to chg #lrnchat
05:01:35 pm arossett: Hate to fling a cliche, but I hoped the trng dept would have a seat at the table, to influence and execute strategy, to matter. #lrnchat
05:01:39 pm sue_freeman1: @C4LPT #lrnchat Way more use of technology to demonstrate diversity in means of getting the message across.
05:01:40 pm alc47: RT @dpontefract: Retired. RT @lrnchat: Q2) Where did you think the training department would be by now?>Great answer! #lrnchat
05:01:41 pm jzurovchak: Q2) Our execs are taking notice of social media tools to connect w retail customers, but not so much for developing employees yet  #lrnchat
05:01:42 pm _Kavi: Q2) Thought most training depts wouldnt go beyond training ! today we have a firmt foot in the partnership door #lrnchat
05:01:42 pm LnDDave: Q2) Honestly? I expect the industry to be exactly where it is. We still need to tip the scales towards this mass shift. #lrnchat
05:01:43 pm DannyOrtegon: Q1) Smart leaders have always opposed anything not supporting BU results. Latest online learning “revolution” just makes it easier #lrnchat
05:01:55 pm tracydg1: RT @AndreaMay1: RT @stipton: stop, for love of Pete, calling yourselves a “training” depart.  We train dogs, we develop people.  #lrnchat <–LOL Love it!
05:02:13 pm wordwealthy: Q2) Not called a training dept, for starters. Expected more to be focused on personal relevancy and informal learning.#lrnchat
05:02:28 pm dainadunlop: Q2) They still use “Smile” sheets after training – that’s got to go #lrnchat
05:02:44 pm JffZllr: RT @jzurovchak: Q2) Our execs are taking notice of SOME tools to connect w retail customers, but not for developing employees yet  #lrnchat
05:02:50 pm sue_freeman1: @stipton #lrnchat  I am working subversively at that — trying to set a good example!
05:03:16 pm tracydg1: Q2) thought the word ‘training’ would be archaic and we would be focusing on true learning and development. #lrnchat
05:03:32 pm AjayPangarkar: Training dept must change (they haven’t so far) …they must recognize they are a business unit, not an “academic” unit #lrnchat
05:03:41 pm _Kavi: Q2)Thought we would need more skills in delivery etc ! Discovering that we need to enable access to knowledge/learning & step aside #lrnchat
05:03:44 pm JD_Dillon: Q2) I’d expect learning to be accepted as driver of financial success. I get that corporate culture is not quite there … yet. #lrnchat
05:04:05 pm JffZllr: But some only change their name and keep doing what they’re doing… RT @stipton: stop calling yourselves a “training” depart. #lrnchat
05:04:07 pm _Kavi: RT @dainadunlop: Q2) They still use “Smile” sheets after training – that’s got to go #lrnchat
05:04:17 pm nlkilkenny: @arossett #lrnchat That’s not a cliche it’s valid and an actual need. Training & ID’s often are seen as peripheral like IT.
05:04:43 pm LnDDave: Q2) The question represents the problem. Most never considered it. It’s hard to think about tomorrow when you live in yesterday. #lrnchat
05:04:47 pm aaronesilvers: Q2) I had kinda hoped that for corporate types, “training” would’ve shrunk a bit, maybe even integrated more and become a practice. #lrnchat
05:04:48 pm twb822: @TerrenceWing @StephanieDaul @LnDDave  I agree with a hearty AMEN!!!  Control is a delusion  #lrnchat
05:05:00 pm chrismaclaren: @JD_Dillon Agree – still think learning depts are seen as a nice to have – the blame I think lies with the L&D depts themselves
#lrnchat
05:05:06 pm C4LPT: Q2) I had hoped T depts would be encouraging indivs and teams to become more self-reliant in addressing their performance problems #lrnchat
05:05:08 pm lesleywprice: RT @_Kavi: RT @dainadunlop: Q2) They still use “Smile” sheets after training – thats got to go <hate happy sheets🙂🙂 #lrnchat
05:05:22 pm nlkilkenny: Oh twitter how you gobble up & spit out my tweets #lrnchat
05:05:22 pm stipton: @JffZllr It starts with a mindset change.  as do most things. #lrnchat
05:05:32 pm tracydg1: Q2) food for thought:how about being a service provider and partner rather than a cost centre? #lrnchat
05:05:53 pm bschlenker: For non-Apple geeks: ? + ? != ? (translation: Command & Control is not an Option) #lrnchat
05:05:59 pm lesleywprice: @nlkilkenny: @arossett  Training & IDs often are seen as peripheral like IT < thats because they are seen as back office function #lrnchat
05:06:05 pm LearnNuggets: Q2) Training dept will change from the top down. Needs a strategic ‘leader’ and not looked at as “that dept. over there.” #lrnchat
05:06:11 pm C4LPT: RT @tracydg1: Q2) tht the word ‘training’ wd be archaic & we wd be focusing on true learning & dev. #lrnchat <more than that -on performance
05:06:13 pm dainadunlop: and they need different people to affect that chg RT @stipton: @JffZllr It starts with a mindset change.  as do most things. #lrnchat
05:06:18 pm JD_Dillon: Q2) I think the backseat mentality is partially L&D’s fault … but who put them there in the first place? #lrnchat
05:06:25 pm techherding: +1Go You! RT @stipton: Stop, for love of Pete, calling yourselves a “training” depart.  We train dogs, we develop people.  #lrnchat
05:06:28 pm aaronesilvers: Q2) Training is supposed to be something we do to develop novices into journeymen. It’s a verb that became a department. #lrnchat
05:06:39 pm TheAirton: Q2) I expected a more solutions based partnership as o
pposed to a “I need/ You make’ #lrnchat
05:06:45 pm chrismaclaren: Q2) I am not surprised to see learning depts in a similar place to where they were 5 years ago – they are often last to innovate!
#lrnchat
05:06:45 pm wordwealthy: RT @JD_Dillon: Q2) I’d expect learning to be accepted as driver of financial success. > YES! #lrnchat
05:06:56 pm LearnNuggets: RT @bschlenker: For non-Apple geeks: ? + ? != ? (translation: Command & Control is not an Option) #lrnchat < Nice!
05:06:57 pm DannyOrtegon: Q2) L&D groups face absorption/exile into “HR Line”. Pressure of org hiearchy trumps critical assessment. #lrnchat
05:07:15 pm PaFitzpatrick: q2) TD’s have advanced. BUT a better understanding on how media tech can dramatically change learning is required #lrnchat
05:07:29 pm JffZllr: RT @TheAirton: Q2) I expected a more solutions based partnership as opposed to a “I need/ You make’ #lrnchat
05:07:40 pm HollyJustice1: Safety, paying attention is key. My hubby trains UPS newbies in loading trailers; they work to avoid accidents. @JffZllr @alc47  #lrnchat
05:07:42 pm LnDDave: Q2) I would have expected more trainers to have the “It’s not about me” epiphany. #lrnchat
05:07:46 pm _Kavi: Q2)  Move from being a ‘cost centre’  to …. #lrnchat
05:07:47 pm AndreaMay1: Q2) I truly thought many of them would have more flexibility/agility by now…not so much #lrnchat
05:07:54 pm amirelion: Q2) I joined internal t. depts. 5.5 years ago. Felt I had influence, but not enough. Maybe that’s why I left for supplier side now #lrnchat
05:07:59 pm SandyAdam: RT @bschlenker: For non-Apple geeks: ? + ? != ? (translation: Command & Control is not an Option) #lrnchat
05:08:07 pm C4LPT: RT @chrismaclaren:Q2) I am not surprised to see learning depts in a similar place to 5 years ago – they are often last to innovate! #lrnchat
05:08:10 pm techherding: Big diff btw “competent” and “teacher” RT @bschlenker: @JffZllr  If you TRUST that your wkrs are cmpt then “follow Bob” works fine #lrnchat
05:08:19 pm LearnNuggets: @techherding @stipton We could call it the HCMDO – Human Capital Management Development Organization? #lrnchat
05:08:23 pm AndreaMay1: RT @amirelion: Q2) Thought they’d stop asking mgrs. what courses you need? and start asking what r your performance problems. #lrnchat <wish
05:08:33 pm tracydg1: @C4LPT Agree. In support of the organisation’s overall performance. #lrnchat
05:08:36 pm KavisMusings: RT @LnDDave: Q2) I would have expected more trainers to have the “It’s not about me” epiphany. #lrnchat
05:08:43 pm aaronesilvers: Q2) Luke Skywalker had Jedi Training. It’s not all bad. Note though — Master (Yoda) to Apprentice (Luke) #lrnchat
05:08:46 pm bschlenker: Idealist: Training is for dogs.  Realist: Training is for workers doing repetitive tasks that they need to memorize, do better. #lrnchat
05:08:48 pm lesleywprice: Q2)  Its not just about learning its about understanding where skills and knowledge are relevant and applying where appropriate #lrnchat
05:08:49 pm techherding: OK.  You all knew I was lying when I said I was going to lurk, right?  #lrnchat
05:08:55 pm SandyAdam: @C4LPT whew, thought it was me #lrnchat
05:09:03 pm dainadunlop: Q2) maybe “training dept’s” need to be trained on how to chg. Where’s the ASTD/CSTD leadership in that? #lrnchat
05:09:06 pm LnDDave: RT @bschlenker: Idealist: Training is for dogs.  Realist: Training is for workers doing repetitive tasks that they need to memorize, do better. #lrnchat
05:09:14 pm gerdriesen: Q2) Just tell Mngt you will skip all training initiatives and from their reaction you’ll know where you are #lrnchat
05:09:18 pm nlkilkenny: @lesleywprice @arossett Think it’s ironic. Training/ID just like IT is key to business success.🙂 Still believe it! #lrnchat
05:09:27 pm lrnchat: Q3) What do training departments do well that people don’t always notice they do well? #lrnchat
05:09:31 pm AndreaMay1: @stipton  Have fun on those! #lrnchat
05:09:33 pm PaFitzpatrick: q2) do TD’s know how social media, games tech, mobile apps, etc can deliver the essential KSA’s? If not, then the business doesnt #lrnchat
05:09:34 pm MikeCollins007: RT @lesleywprice RT @stipton: We train dogs, we develop people  #lrnchat > like photographs?😉 Ppl develop themselves in right conditions
05:09:45 pm urbie: #lrnchat Q2 the training department is where I thought it’d be: SMEs produce the bulk of their own learning experiences mentored by IDs
05:09:47 pm _Kavi: Q2) Steady state in learning is a dynamic place ! #lrnchat
05:09:48 pm aaronesilvers: RT @lrnchat: Q3) What do training departments do well that people don’t always notice they do well? #lrnchat
05:09:49 pm AjayPangarkar: Q2) #lrnchat…there is nro shame in being a cost center…but be a contributing business unit
05:09:54 pm LnDDave: RT @lrnchat: Q3) What do training departments do well that people don’t always notice they do well? #lrnchat << C.Y.A.
05:09:54 pm C4LPT: RT @lrnchat: Q3) What do training departments do well that people don’t always notice they do well? #lrnchat
05:10:05 pm KavisMusings: RT @lrnchat: Q3) What do training departments do well that people don’t always notice they do well? #lrnchat
05:10:05 pm nlkilkenny: RT @dainadunlop: Q2) maybe “training dept’s” need to be trained on how to chg. Where’s the ASTD/CSTD leadership in that? #lrnchat
05:10:06 pm dainadunlop: Q3) they improve internal processes and the customer exp #lrnchat
05:10:07 pm lesleywprice: RT @lrnchat: Q3) What do training departments do well that people dont always notice they do well? #lrnchat
05:10:11 pm TheAirton: Those in #Learning aren’t prepared or care to the right questions or see the expectations to be considered a “partner” #lrnchat
05:10:18 pm nlkilkenny: RT @bschlenker: Idealist: Training is for dogs.  Realist: Training is for workers doing repetitive tasks that they need to memorize, do better. #lrnchat
05:10:20 pm chrismaclaren: RT @lrnchat: Q3) What do training departments do well that people dont always notice they do well? #lrnchat
05:10:22 pm jzurovchak: Q3)  #lrnchat  Use SoMe as a means to connect and build community….demonstrating the desired end in the process…
05:10:24 pm tracydg1: L&D needs to really view itself as being a strategic / forward thnkg entity within the org rather than reactive and responsive #lrnchat
05:10:40 pm lesleywprice: q3)still trying to figure that one out🙂 #lrnchat
05:10:49 pm _Kavi: Q3) They create a +ve mood in the organisation.  A mood that the org is interested in employees #lrnchat
05:10:55 pm amirelion: Q3) Some t.dept I know do quite a decent job at induction of large numbers of employees #lrnchat
05:11:04 pm urbie: #lrnchat Q3 training departments do this very well (not that it’s noticed): scaffold SMEs developing their own learning experiences.
05:11:07 pm DannyOrtegon: Q2) Ex: Absorption of many OD functions into “HR” pretty much done deal. L&D must leverage online by being learning architects. #lrnchat
05:11:16 pm Tracy_Parish: RT @_Kavi: Q3) They create a +ve mood in the organisation.  A mood that the org is interested in employees #lrnchat
05:11:16 pm PaFitzpatrick: Q3) unfortunately, there is not enough of success measurement carried out – learning Impact on Business #lrnchat
05:11:25 pm AndreaMay1: RT @lrnchat: Q3) What do training departments do well that people don’t always notice they do well? #lrnchat
05:11:35 pm HollyJustice1: I agree. Many jobs in training facilitate partnerships now. RT @_Kavi Q2)… enable access to knowledge/learning & step aside #lrnchat
05:11:41 pm LearnNuggets: Daytime #lrnchat is hard to participate. Just got pulled away. Hope to see/play tonight.
05:11:44 pm LnDDave: Q3) Most Orgs respect the program, but do not realize what it took to build it. #lrnchat
05:11:44 pm TheAirton: Q3) Picking the right color and  animations/ transitions for the slides #lrnchat
05:11:47 pm _Kavi: Q3) Creating the +ve mood is often not noticed. But remove all learning initiatives and then see the reaction ! #lrnchat
05:11:49 pm nlkilkenny: @AndreaMay1 @amirelion #lrnchat Amen! Yes! I see some HPI (Performance needs) being addressed but it’s slowly catching on where I work.
05:12:16 pm _Kavi: bang on ! RT @LnDDave: Q3) Most Orgs respect the program, but do not realize what it took to build it. #lrnchat
05:12:20 pm tederick: RT @dpontefract: Retired. RT @lrnchat: Q2) Where did you think the training department would be by now? #lrnchat
05:12:24 pm techherding: @LearnNuggets @stipton Or call it Big Important Training Environment Educational Mechanism #lrnchat
05:12:28 pm urbie: late to the #lrnchat party today: #iOS5 issues delayed me. haven’t updated? might want to wait for the .x release
05:12:38 pm tracydg1: Q3) Are the face of the org and set the tone (usually positive and uplifting) for newcomers #lrnchat
05:12:40 pm chrismaclaren: Finally someone noticed!! Haha RT @TheAirton: Q3) Picking the right color and  animations/ transitions for the slides #lrnchat
05:12:42 pm lesleywprice: RT @TheAirton: Q3) Picking the right color and  animations/ transitions for the slides < lol!!🙂 #lrnchat
05:12:43 pm wordwealthy: Q3) I don’t know. Haven’t noticed.😉 …BUT probably large-scale coordination of formal learning. Ton of work goes into it. #lrnchat
05:12:46 pm PaFitzpatrick: Q3) differing performance agenda can disrupt this: what works for one – doesnt work for another #lrnchat
05:12:49 pm ebase: Q3) What do training departments do well that people dont always notice they do well? #lrnchat  Keep track of people places and resources
05:12:54 pm JD_Dillon: Q3) What do we do well? Needs analysis for identifying performance AND operational gaps – turning this into learning interventions. #lrnchat
05:13:00 pm chrismaclaren: Spot on! RT @LnDDave: Q3) Most Orgs respect the program, but do not realize what it took to build it. #lrnchat
05:13:02 pm aaronesilvers: Q3) Training is great for mechanics. Training is great for skills that make use of efficiency and effectiveness. #lrnchat
05:13:10 pm arossett: q3) so called training depts typically give a hoot about people development. They advocate it. They symbolize continuous growth.  #lrnchat
05:13:13 pm LnDDave: Q3) Project Management. #lrnchat
05:13:38 pm sue_freeman1: #lrnchat “lrn depts the last to innovate”– lrn ldrshp seen as dev oppty =18-24 mo revolving door.  Good lrn ldrshp is NOT common or casual!
05:13:45 pm bschlenker: RT @ebase: Q3) What do training departments do well that people dont always notice they do well? #lrnchat  Keep track of people places and resources
05:13:46 pm lesleywprice: RT @LnDDave: Q3) Project Management. < ooohh wish I had thought of that one🙂 #lrnchat
05:13:47 pm tracydg1: Q3) begin the integration into the org #lrnchat
05:13:52 pm ebase: Q3) What do training departments do well that people dont always notice they do well?  Be consistent in quality and delivery    #lrnchat
05:13:54 pm _Kavi: Q3) L&D teams know the pulse of the organisation.  #lrnchat
05:14:03 pm Tracy_Parish: Q3) Social convening.  We can host events, any event, with our eyes close. #lrnchat
05:14:05 pm chrismaclaren: Q3) Navigating the organization, networking, leveraging SME’s, helping facilitate the sharing of knowledge #lrnchat
05:14:28 pm aaronesilvers: Q3) What training doesn’t do is provide the “adaptive stance” people need to deal with the unknowns. #lrnchat
05:14:29 pm sue_freeman1: #lrnchat We are VERY responsive to our customers!
05:14:36 pm Tracy_Parish: Q3) We’re great at taking the complex and making it look simple or manageable. #lrnchat
05:14:44 pm lesleywprice: RT @_Kavi: Q3) L&D teams know the pulse of the organisation. < if only😦 #lrnchat
05:14:45 pm HollyJustice1: Q3) Seek outside opinions via #lrnchat!  Keep up with the tools of the trade. Hard for those outside training to see importance.
05:14:47 pm LnDDave: Q3) Communicate Effectively. #lrnchat
05:14:54 pm LnDDave: RT @Tracy_Parish: Q3) We’re great at taking the complex and making it look simple or manageable. #lrnchat
05:15:08 pm amirelion: Q3)  sometimes good t. dept. are able to put a shocking mirror in front of execs #lrnchat
05:15:11 pm aaronesilvers: Q3) Training is about algorithms. For heuristics, you need to be cognitively flexible; agile and adaptive #lrnchat
05:15:14 pm bschlenker: RT @aaronesilvers: Q3) Training is great for mechanics. Training is great for skills that make use of efficiency and effectiveness. #lrnchat
05:15:14 pm billcush: Please Don’t Call Your LMS an LMS | @Mindflash http://t.co/UUgfMPnR #lrnchat
05:15:25 pm dainadunlop: Yes we are RT @Tracy_Parish: Q3) We’re great at taking the complex and making it look simple or manageable. #lrnchat
05:15:26 pm AndreaMay1: Q3)Trng dept  r good at setting and maintaining standards…bad thing about decentralized, informal…no standards, can’t maintain #lrnchat
05:15:33 pm arossett: q3) Training depts know where unrealized resources sit. Like 1st line supervisors. Oh how we need them, oh how they frustrate us. #lrnchat
05:15:36 pm _Kavi: 3) The defining of problems by business leaders, bring clarity to themselves ! Good questions help ! #lrnchat
05:15:36 pm tracydg1: Q3) forward thinking depts usually introduce the org to new technologies to help to improve learning, communication, collaboration #lrnchat
05:15:40 pm chrismaclaren: Q3) demonstrate high communication, presentation and facilitation skills
#lrnchat
05:15:56 pm AndreaMay1: @nlkilkenny  It can’t happen fast enough! #lrnchat
05:16:03 pm MikeCollins007: Q3. No one has mentioned having to demo to regulator that ppl have received training via induction or programme to be compliant #lrnchat
05:16:04 pm JJRiquelmeM: RT @TekaraInc: Its a competitive time. Learning is becoming a differentiator. And more importantly, business is seeing it. #lrnchat ~Well said @_Kavi
05:16:13 pm LnDDave: Q3) We’re also REALLY good at generating reports that no one looks at.😉 #lrnchat
05:16:26 pm lesleywprice: RT @chrismaclaren: Q3) demonstrate high communication, presentation and facilitation skills <evidence??? #lrnchat
05:16:34 pm lesleywprice: RT @LnDDave: Q3) Were also REALLY good at generating reports that no one looks at.😉 #lrnchat
05:16:41 pm PaFitzpatrick: RT @LnDDave: Q3) Project Management. #lrnchat > I would argue that in terms of elearning.  Lack of dev knowledge cripples projects
05:16:44 pm _Kavi:🙂 Oh yes they do. Or rather..they better! RT @lesleywprice: RT @_Kavi: Q3) L&D teams know pulse of the organisation. < if only😦 #lrnchat
05:16:59 pm JD_Dillon: @LnDDave – Agreed! Q3) We’re also REALLY good at generating reports that no one looks at.😉 #lrnchat
05:17:02 pm wordwealthy: Q3) While great depts exist, my experience is most focus on baseline skills devt or training in management principles. #lrnchat
05:17:03 pm chrismaclaren: @aaronesilvers Agree – We often fail to prepare them for “what if?” rather than “what’s known”… #lrnchat
05:17:06 pm _Kavi: ha ha !! RT @LnDDave: Q3) We’re also REALLY good at generating reports that no one looks at.😉 #lrnchat
05:17:07 pm lesleywprice: RT @LnDDave: Q3) Were also REALLY good at generating reports that no one looks at.😉 < can we get a certificate for that? #lrnchat
05:17:20 pm C4LPT: RT @LnDDave: Q3) We’re also REALLY good at generating reports that no one looks at.😉 #lrnchat
05:17:36 pm aaronesilvers: RT @C4LPT: RT @LnDDave: Q3) We’re also REALLY good at generating reports that no one looks at.😉 #lrnchat
05:17:40 pm AndreaMay1: RT @sue_freeman1: #lrnchat We are VERY responsive to our customers! <–I all were like that, but sadly not the case.
05:17:47 pm alc47: Q3 Are these things really “good” in the learning context – I fear not #lrnchat
05:17:58 pm chrismaclaren: And happy sheets that show all were happy! RT @LnDDave: Q3) Were also REALLY good at generating reports that no one looks at.😉 #lrnchat
05:18:27 pm MikeCollins007: Q3. We offer businesses peace of mind that ppl have been ‘trained’ and the box has been ticked #lrnchat
05:18:29 pm LnDDave: Q3) Building a bridge between the needs of the org and the desire of the individual. #lrnchat
05:18:36 pm wordwealthy: RT @aaronesilvers: Q3) What training doesn’t do is provide the “adaptive stance” people need to deal with the unknowns. >agree! #lrnchat
05:18:46 pm aaronesilvers: @chrismaclaren The thing is… you can’t *train* for “what if”; that requires experience. #lrnchat
05:18:48 pm dainadunlop: Q3) What we need to be really good at is chg behaviour and keeping it changed #lrnchat
05:18:51 pm amirelion: RT @LnDDave: Q3) Were also REALLY good at generating reports that no one looks at.😉 < Only after advanced Excel course #lrnchat
05:18:57 pm gerdriesen: Q3) training dprts provide good (formal skills training, make pro’s more effective (keep fingers crossed on @JaneBozarth reaction) #lrnchat
05:18:59 pm chrisstjohn: Call for Presentations. June 5-7, 2012 Innovations in eLearning Symposium (DAU/GMU) goto ow.ly/1tqEf5 for keynotes/workshops #lrnchat
05:19:20 pm wordwealthy: RT @dainadunlop: Q3) What we need to be really good at is chg behaviour and keeping it changed #lrnchat
05:19:33 pm C4LPT: Q3) Well the lack of inspiring answers to this Q says it all for me #lrnchat
05:19:38 pm lesleywprice: q3) and numeracy/arithmetic..we can count courses and people that have been on them #lrnchat
05:19:48 pm gerdriesen: Saw today dogs can train people! ‚Äú@MikeCollins007: RT @lesleywprice RT @stipton: We train dogs, we develop people  #lrnchat >
05:19:57 pm dainadunlop: That’s funny but true RT @lesleywprice: q3) and numeracy/arithmetic..we can count courses and people that have been on them #lrnchat
05:19:59 pm lesleywprice: RT @C4LPT: Q3) Well the lack of inspiring answers to this Q says it all for me #lrnchat
05:20:33 pm chrismaclaren: @aaronesilvers Agree of course, but we need to shift the mindset of employees that think we do… #lrnchat
05:20:45 pm gerdriesen: ! “@aaronesilvers: Q3) Training is great for mechanics. Training is great for skills that make use of efficiency + effectiveness. #lrnchat”
05:20:51 pm AndreaMay1: @chrismaclaren The thing is… you can’t *train* for “what if” #lrnchat True, but u can teach strategies for dealing with what if
05:20:52 pm arossett: RT @nlkilkenny: Training & ID’s  seen as peripheral like IT. I worked at  an accountant conference. Bemoaned peripheral status too. #lrnchat
05:20:53 pm _Kavi: Q3) This question has got me thinking. Actually, ..’ouch’ … #lrnchat
05:21:10 pm lesleywprice: q3) we can count courses and people that have been on them < we can even tell you how much it cost…maybe #lrnchat
05:21:13 pm gerdriesen: ‚Äú@_Kavi: Q3) L&D teams know the pulse of the organisation.  #lrnchat‚Äù
05:22:02 pm JffZllr: I struggle w/ it too… RT @_Kavi: Q3) This question has got me thinking. Actually, ..’ouch’ .. #lrnchat
05:22:03 pm TheAirton: Q3) My main role is being the “Floor psychologist” #lrnchat
05:22:09 pm lrnchat: Q4) What do training departments try to do that they suck at? #lrnchat
05:22:15 pm tracydg1: RT @AndreaMay1: @chrismaclaren The thing is… you can’t *train* for “what if” #lrnchat True, but u can teach strategies for dealing with what if
05:22:22 pm AndreaMay1: RT @gerdriesen: Saw today dogs can train people! @MikeCollins007 @lesleywprice @stipton: #lrnchat > my dog has successfully trained me!
05:22:27 pm C4LPT: RT @lrnchat: Q4) What do training departments try to do that they suck at? #lrnchat
05:22:29 pm bschlenker: RT @C4LPT: Q3) Well the lack of inspiring answers to this Q says it all for me <doesn’t it though? wow!  #lrnchat
05:22:58 pm _Kavi: RT @lrnchat: Q4) What do training departments try to do that they suck at? #lrnchat
05:22:59 pm amirelion: Q4) I feel a bashing coming on… #lrnchat
05:23:01 pm techherding: RT @LnDDave: Q3) We’re also REALLY good at generating reports that no one looks at. << AKA “Metrics That Don’t Matter” #lrnchat
05:23:02 pm PaFitzpatrick: Q3) What they shouldnt – try to be everything rather that focus on the key focus #lrnchat
05:23:08 pm bschlenker: RT @lrnchat: Q4) What do training departments try to do that they suck at? <Prove Business value #lrnchat
05:23:10 pm AndreaMay1: RT @lrnchat: Q4) What do training departments try to do that they suck at? #lrnchat
05:23:20 pm LnDDave: RT @C4LPT: Q3) Well the lack of inspiring answers to this Q says it all for me #lrnchat <<Exactly
05:23:34 pm JD_Dillon: Q4) We definitely suck at saying “No” sometimes … especially to internal client groups. #lrnchat
05:23:43 pm aaronesilvers: RT @lrnchat: Q4) What do training departments try to do that they suck at? #lrnchat
05:23:51 pm dainadunlop: Q4) Actually change behaviour #lrnchat
05:23:54 pm _Kavi: RT @JD_Dillon: Q4) We definitely suck at saying “No” sometimes … especially to internal client groups. #lrnchat
05:24:07 pm JffZllr: Amen! RT @JD_Dillon: Q4) We definitely suck at saying “No” sometimes … especially to internal client groups. #lrnchat
05:24:12 pm amirelion: RT @JD_Dillon: Q4) We definitely suck at saying “No” sometimes … especially to internal client groups. << =lack of real focus #lrnchat
05:24:31 pm LnDDave: RT @lrnchat: Q4) What do training departments try to do that they suck at? #lrnchat
05:25:05 pm _Kavi: Q4) forcefit ‘solutions’ which then turn out to be bigger problems ! #lrnchat
05:25:06 pm jzurovchak: Q4  #lrnchat  Demonstrate the link between performance improvement and our training and development efforts
05:25:08 pm aaronesilvers: My question: what behaviors are they trying to change? > RT @dainadunlop: Q4) Actually change behaviour #lrnchat
05:25:32 pm dainadunlop: Q4) Creating lean and focused improvement programs #lrnchat
05:25:36 pm LnDDave: Q4) While we’re skilled at facilitating change, we often suck at it in our own role. #lrnchat
05:25:38 pm aaronesilvers: Do they *try*? RT @jzurovchak: Q4  #lrnchat  Demonstrate the link between performance improvement and our training and development efforts
05:25:43 pm amirelion: We suck at stopping to chase after trivial things such as workshop sandwiches and thinking on what really matters #lrnchat
05:26:07 pm techherding: Q4) Teach their customers to fish, rather then just giving them fish. #lrnchat
05:26:07 pm jzurovchak: @aaronesilvers  #lrnchat  We try….and fail….
05:26:09 pm _Kavi: Q4)  Partnering with business and focussing on business needs. Not on capabilities of the training team ! #lrnchat
05:26:10 pm chrisstjohn: Q4: IT #lrnchat
05:26:27 pm AndreaMay1: Q4) Often they try to make the same solution work for  everything they do…definitely sucks #lrnchat
05:26:30 pm LnDDave: RT @techherding: Q4) Teach their customers to fish, rather then just giving them fish. #lrnchat
05:26:35 pm dainadunlop: That’s the 1st question to ask RT @aaronesilvers: My question: what behaviors are they trying to change? #lrnchat
05:26:44 pm HollyJustice1: Q4) Be $$$ generating. Evidence in work for SW company.Training for your SW products buys loyalty & support. It is not a cash cow.
#lrnchat
05:26:53 pm bschlenker: And on a side note:  I’d like to welcome anyone new to #lrnchat today!  Several new peeps to follow.  Welcome! #lrnchat
05:27:06 pm LnDDave: RT @bschlenker: And on a side note:  I’d like to welcome anyone new to #lrnchat today!  Several new peeps to follow.  Welcome! #lrnchat
05:27:09 pm AndreaMay1: Q4) Also suck at meaningful evaluation #lrnchat
05:27:13 pm alc47: Q4 Control learning either overtly or covertly #lrnchat
05:27:15 pm sue_freeman1: #lrnchat  Energizing workers — who don’t want to be energized.  We do all right with the willing…
05:27:29 pm jzurovchak: RT @AndreaMay1: Q4) suck at meaningful evaluation #lrnchat
05:27:30 pm _Kavi: Q4) Get lost in a world of PPTs, exercises, courses, tests and activities ! These are means. not ends ! #lrnchat
05:27:34 pm PaFitzpatrick: Q4) Terrible at evaluating the success of learning delivery, they go from project2project without proper analysis on what works #lrnchat
05:27:44 pm chrismaclaren: Q4) try and ‘own’ knowledge #lrnchat
05:27:44 pm aaronesilvers: RT @PaFitzpatrick: Q4) Terrible at evaluating the success of learning delivery, they go from project2project without proper analysis on what works #lrnchat
05:27:45 pm lesleywprice: RT @lrnchat: Q4) What do training departments try to do that they suck at? #lrnchat
05:27:55 pm amirelion: @bschlenker Could join today as it’s holiday in Israel. 6:30 PM here. #lrnchat
05:28:02 pm LnDDave: Q4) Letting Go. #lrnchat
05:28:10 pm C4LPT: Q4)  T depts actually fail to help pple understand tht “learning”  – not just training – is the key to continuous improvement #lrnchat
05:28:14 pm _Kavi: RT @LnDDave: Q4) Letting Go. #lrnchat
05:28:20 pm aaronesilvers: RT @LnDDave: Q4) Letting Go. #lrnchat
05:28:25 pm lesleywprice: q4)assessment….when will they learn that assessment is not about testing? #lrnchat
05:28:26 pm urbie: #lrnchat Q4 training departments shouldn’t try to integrate humor into their courses because they’re not so good at it
05:28:45 pm bschlenker: RT @amirelion: @bschlenker Could join today as its holiday in Israel. 6:30 PM here. <Glad you’re here! Great input! #lrnchat
05:28:51 pm PaFitzpatrick: RT @C4LPT: Q4)  T depts actually fail to help pple understand tht “learning”  – not just training – is the key to continuous improvement #lrnchat
05:28:53 pm amirelion: Q4) Daring to ask difficult questions. #lrnchat
05:28:56 pm LnDDave: Q4) Moving away from an event-based model. #lrnchat
05:29:04 pm PaFitzpatrick: RT @urbie: #lrnchat Q4 training departments shouldn’t try to integrate humor into their courses because they’re not so good at it
05:29:11 pm arossett: q4] execution… following programs into work and life, seeding the workplace, assuring alignment, enabling indep lrng and ref.  #lrnchat
05:29:15 pm aaronesilvers: @LnDDave Do they even try? #lrnchat
05:29:16 pm bschlenker: RT @LnDDave: Q4) Letting Go. <Sometimes the simplest answers are the most profound #lrnchat
05:29:30 pm chrismaclaren: Q4) understand that learning is not about the deployment, but about the end change in behavior #lrnchat
05:29:37 pm AndreaMay1: Q4) Pushing back when the business says they need “training”…do they really? #lrnchat
05:29:49 pm _Kavi: Q4) The focus of learning is with the ‘learner’ !  A key enabler is the learners manager ! rope them in ! #lrnchat
05:29:54 pm amirelion: RT @urbie: Q4 training departments shouldnt try to integrate humor into their courses because theyre not so good at it < FUNNY! #lrnchat
05:29:55 pm techherding: +1 RT @AndreaMay1: Q4) Pushing back when the business says they need “training”…do they really? #lrnchat
05:30:02 pm urbie: #lrnchat Q4 an other thing that training departments aren’t so adept at is vetting educational technology before employing it
05:30:02 pm LnDDave: RT @aaronesilvers: @LnDDave Do they even try? #lrnchat < Some do, but not hard enough.
05:30:05 pm JffZllr: Great TED talk about buying a drill… don’t need drill, just the hole! @_Kavi These are means. not ends ! #lrnchat
05:30:26 pm jzurovchak: Q4) #lrnchat Getting a seat at the table with the C-level gang and being taken seriously…
05:30:29 pm 4KM: A4) Informal learning; Social learning ; Constructivist learning #lrnchat
05:30:42 pm C4LPT: Q4) They fail to realise that most of the real learning happens without them being involved at all #lrnchat
05:30:43 pm LnDDave: Q4) Moving things from the ‘Wish List’ to the ‘Action List’. #lrnchat
05:30:47 pm chrismaclaren: Q4) understanding how learning really happens within the org
#lrnchat
05:30:53 pm aaronesilvers: RT @C4LPT: Q4) They fail to realise that most of the real learning happens without them being involved at all #lrnchat
05:31:03 pm aaronesilvers: RT @chrismaclaren: Q4) understanding how learning really happens within the org
#lrnchat
05:31:04 pm LnDDave: RT @C4LPT: Q4) They fail to realise that most of the real learning happens without them being involved at all #lrnchat
05:31:05 pm stipton: So true! RT @C4LPT: Q4) They fail to realise that most of the real learning happens without them being involved at all #lrnchat
05:31:09 pm lesleywprice: RT @C4LPT: Q4) They fail to realise that most of the real learning happens without them being involved at all #lrnchat
05:31:13 pm AndreaMay1: RT @jzurovchak: Q4) #lrnchat Getting a seat at the table with the C-level gang and being taken seriously…< This is a CONSTANT challenge
05:31:18 pm HollyJustice1: #lrnchat Q4) What do training departments try to do that they suck at? These answers are making me sad! Core stuff we should do.
05:31:18 pm chrismaclaren: Yes!! RT @C4LPT: Q4) They fail to realise that most of the real learning happens without them being involved at all #lrnchat
05:31:34 pm _Kavi: Q4) Leveraging of social media tools for which, L&D needs to be familiar & comy with social media tools #lrnchat
05:31:42 pm amirelion: RT @AndreaMay1: Q4) Pushing back when the business says they need “training”…do they really? <<< SO TRUE #lrnchat
05:31:42 pm C4LPT: Q4) They fail to realise they can’t manage everything everyone learns in the organisation #lrnchat
05:31:45 pm 4KM: A4) Developing strong, meaningful relationships beyond their department boundaries #lrnchat
05:31:48 pm janenb: RT @AndreaMay1: Q4) Pushing back when the business says they need “training”…do they really? #lrnchat
05:31:48 pm jzurovchak: Q4)  Getting organization to understand what they REALLY do…#lrnchat
05:31:49 pm wordwealthy: Have to run but tnx for a great #lrnchat. Good to be back in the loop. Feel like Q5 for another time should be: How do we fix Q4?
05:32:11 pm JD_Dillon: Q4) Getting the big, game-changing initiatives approved/developed while not being distracted by short-term business requests. #lrnchat
05:32:12 pm alc47: RT @C4LPT: Q4)  T depts fail to help pple understand learningis the key to continuous improvement>so fail with their core mission #lrnchat
05:32:14 pm LnDDave: Q4) Doing what should be done rather than what’s always been done. #lrnchat
05:32:15 pm lesleywprice: q4)they fail to realise that they are their to improve business results and that does not always just = training #lrnchat
05:32:29 pm _Kavi: RT @HollyJustice1: #lrnchat Q4) What do training departments…they suck at? These answers are making me sad! Core stuff we should do.
05:32:38 pm tracydg1: #lrnchat Thanks for a great session.  Looking forward to next week.
05:32:59 pm arossett: q4] letting go– judiciously. I worry tht we throw our hands up about influence  at work. We must, without hyper managing #lrnchat
05:33:02 pm alc47: Q4 Fail to recognise their role is to help not manage #lrnchat
05:33:04 pm dainadunlop: Yes! RT @lesleywprice: q4)they fail to realise  they are there to improve business results and that does not always just = training #lrnchat
05:33:06 pm PaFitzpatrick: Q4) In some cases the believe learning should be a dictation, where they are frightened in exploration. #lrnchat
05:33:07 pm chrismaclaren: Q4) keep their focus on the wider business objective / need #lrnchat
05:33:11 pm LnDDave: RT @arossett: q4] letting go– judiciously. I worry tht we throw our hands up about influence  at work. We must, without hyper managing #lrnchat
05:33:22 pm techherding: RT @lesleywprice …and that does not always just = training #lrnchat << I’d venture that RARELY does “just training” increase business.
05:33:26 pm AndreaMay1: RT @LnDDave: Q4) Doing what should be done rather than what’s always been done. #lrnchat <–Here, here!
05:33:43 pm PaFitzpatrick: Q4) TD’s dont believe that they need to education and develop their own skills on what works for the learners #lrnchat
05:34:08 pm chrismaclaren: Q4) that they are a means to the end – their learning deployment is not the end itself!
#lrnchat
05:34:12 pm alc47: Q4 Fail in gaining respect of the business as people able to help improve performnace #lrnchat
05:34:16 pm 4KM: Once asked director of HR (where I was in employee & org development) about metrics. “Bums in seats of course.” #lrnchat
05:34:19 pm anicole87: RT @arossett: q4] letting go– judiciously. I worry tht we throw our hands up about influence  at work. We must, without hyper managing #lrnchat
05:34:24 pm bschlenker: RT @arossett: q4] execution… following programs into work and life, seeding the workplace, assuring alignment, enabling indep lrng and ref.  #lrnchat
05:34:27 pm C4LPT: Q1) They fail to realise that a LMS does NOT manage learning #lrnchat
05:34:36 pm sue_freeman1: #lrnchat And occasionally they want us to spin flax into gold…🙂
05:34:42 pm 4KM: LOL RT @C4LPT: Q1) They fail to realise that a LMS does NOT manage learning #lrnchat
05:34:49 pm JD_Dillon: Q4) We kinda suck at devoting time/effort to developing our own team members. Clients aren’t the only learners. #lrnchat
05:34:57 pm JffZllr: 4) Gap between what we offer others and how we learn ourselves… #lrnchat
05:35:00 pm LnDDave: Q4) Looking at “What If?” as a question of possibilities instead of a question of risks. #lrnchat
05:35:10 pm techherding: Lovin’ it!  RT @C4LPT: Q1) They fail to realise that a LMS does NOT manage learning #lrnchat
05:35:12 pm dainadunlop: Got to go – thanks for the chat #lrnchat
05:35:28 pm LnDDave: RT @C4LPT: Q1) They fail to realise that a LMS does NOT manage learning #lrnchat < Or that you may not even need one.
05:35:34 pm _Kavi: RT @JD_Dillon: Q4) We kinda suck at devoting time/effort to developing our own team members. Clients aren’t the only learners. #lrnchat
05:35:35 pm chrismaclaren: Yep – eating our own dog food! RT @JD_Dillon: Q4) We kinda suck at devoting time/effort to developing our own team members. #lrnchat
05:35:43 pm alc47: Q4 Pursue LMS as a holy grail – when in fact it gets in the way of learning #lrnchat
05:36:02 pm bschlenker: RT @C4LPT: Q4) They fail to realise that most of the real learning happens without them being involved at all #lrnchat
05:36:02 pm _Kavi: Has huge ramifications! RT @alc47: Q4 Fail in gaining respect of the business as people able to help improve performnace #lrnchat
05:36:05 pm lrnchat: Q5) How can training departments stay relevant? #lrnchat
05:36:06 pm MikeCollins007: RT @AndreaMay1 RT @gerdriesen: Saw today dogs can train people! @MikeCollins007 @lesleywprice @stipton: #lrnchat > every dog has its day
05:36:16 pm jzurovchak: #lrnchat  Time for me to run….thanks for a very thought-provoking time today!
05:36:23 pm C4LPT: Q4) They fail to realise that most learning occurs in the workflow not in separate learning systems #lrnchat
05:36:24 pm urbie: #lrnchat Q4 one thing that training departments REALLY suck at is seeing what they do/contribute to an org. through the eyes of the customer
05:36:31 pm AndreaMay1: RT @JD_Dillon: Q4)suck at devoting effort to developing Rown team. Clients aren’t the only learners. #lrnchat <–U hit that nail on the head
05:36:32 pm _Kavi: RT @lrnchat: Q5) How can training departments stay relevant? #lrnchat
05:36:49 pm JD_Dillon: Q5) Stay relevant by partnering with learning professionals outside your company – what cool stuff are they doing? #lrnchat
05:36:51 pm LnDDave: RT @lrnchat: Q5) How can training departments stay relevant? #lrnchat
05:36:52 pm chrismaclaren: RT @lrnchat: Q5) How can training departments stay relevant? #lrnchat
05:36:53 pm chrismaclaren: Q5) by staying close to the business
#lrnchat
05:37:00 pm professorjosh: Seeing what #lrnchat is all about right now – Guess I’ll need to play catch up – Pardon my tweets!
05:37:20 pm aaronesilvers: RT @lrnchat: Q5) How can training departments stay relevant? #lrnchat
05:37:45 pm alc47: Q5 The only way is by winning the confidence of business that they understand and have something to offer to help solve problems #lrnchat
05:37:47 pm AndreaMay1: RT @lrnchat: Q5) How can training departments stay relevant? #lrnchat
05:37:54 pm chrismaclaren: Q5) by focusing on developing their own skills and learning from other orgs #lrnchat
05:37:55 pm olliegardener: RT @alc47: Q4 Pursue LMS as a holy grail – when in fact it gets in the way of learning #lrnchat
05:37:55 pm JD_Dillon: Q5) Stay relevant by grabbing (not asking for) a seat at the table for key business decisions. #lrnchat
05:37:59 pm 4KM: A5 Insist on collaborative design work w senior management #lrnchat
05:38:04 pm LnDDave: Q5) Training Departments can stay relevant by swimming with the changing tide instead of against it. #lrnchat
05:38:05 pm lesleywprice: q4) fail to realise that they are not engaging with CEO’s http://t.co/DnHhSm23 only 18% of CEO’s think L & D add value #lrnchat
05:38:08 pm amirelion: Q5) Start asking the right questions re: performance and biz results #lrnchat
05:38:13 pm _Kavi: Q5) Stay focussed. Stay relevant. to performance and results ! #lrnchat
05:38:27 pm HollyJustice1: I agree.Look around like a newbie and see what’s up! RT@chrismaclaren Q4) understanding how learning really happens within the org #lrnchat
05:38:27 pm JD_Dillon: Q5) Stay relevant by suggesting your peers participant in #lrnchat!🙂
05:38:34 pm PaFitzpatrick: Q5) by  understanding how to deliver learning, knowledge, skills. How to get people and stake holder to embrace learning #lrnchat
05:38:34 pm _Kavi: Q5) back up arguments with research and data #lrnchat
05:38:45 pm alc47: @_Kavi Road to oblivion if it fails #lrnchat
05:38:52 pm 4KM: @techherding Small uncomfortable chairs could help too w numbers and speed of rotation #lrnchat
05:39:02 pm bschlenker: Here’s a little ointment after the beating: REGULATIONS will ALWAYS require prove of TRAINING. We do THAT very efficiently #lrnchat
05:39:06 pm lesleywprice: q5)talk business language…don’t use training L & D jargon or #buzzwords #lrnchat
05:39:17 pm chrismaclaren: Q5) by exploring, embracing and implementing latest trends, technologies and ideas #lrnchat
05:39:25 pm _Kavi: Q5) Speak to people. Listen to people. Its all about people. And therefore, learn their language ! #lrnchat
05:39:36 pm chrismaclaren: Essential! RT @lesleywprice: q5)talk business language…dont use training L & D jargon or #buzzwords #lrnchat
05:39:38 pm LnDDave: Q5) Eliminate the word ‘Training’ from your vocabulary. Language is powerful and can shift perspectives. #lrnchat
05:39:47 pm amirelion: Q5) build platforms and more opportunities for good learning to happen all around the org #lrnchat
05:39:53 pm urbie: #lrnchat Q5 training departments can stay relevant by being like Private Duffy in http://t.co/bAGCe0tp and working with the customer
05:40:09 pm alc47: @bschlenker Is that ointment deserved? #lrnchat
05:40:11 pm JD_Dillon: @LnDDave – Agreed! Like I said, I don’t do #training. I do #learning! #lrnchat
05:40:13 pm PaFitzpatrick: Q5) Dont fight: Social Learning, Games Technology or Mobile dev – these are their to help – embrace it #lrnchat
05:40:17 pm professorjosh: Q5) Find what users really need, make sure you are updating, provide a multitude of modes & get ahead of the norm #lrnchat
05:40:23 pm maranca: Q4) you train dogs and pple learn #lrnchat
05:40:26 pm C4LPT: Q5) By moving from “command and control” mentality to “encourage and engage” = very different approaches #lrnchat
05:40:38 pm chrismaclaren: Q5) Stop doing the airplane routine at beginning of formal learning – phones off, sit still, face front! #lrnchat
05:40:38 pm LnDDave: RT @C4LPT: Q5) By moving from “command and control” mentality to “encourage and engage” = very different approaches #lrnchat
05:40:56 pm _Kavi: Q5) embrace change and tchnology. These are enablers. besides, thats what new age learners are comfortable with #lrnchat
05:41:00 pm PaFitzpatrick: Q5) Take time to understand what the learner really wants/needs — dont assume one shoe fits all #lrnchat
05:41:06 pm _Kavi: RT @LnDDave: Q5) Eliminate the word ‘Training’ from your vocabulary. Language is powerful and can shift perspectives. #lrnchat
05:41:11 pm AndreaMay1: Q5) Shift focus from service provider to collaborator…use our knowledge to help business further their goals #lrnchat
05:41:27 pm lesleywprice: q5) There just seems to be such a proliferation of #buzzwords…even L & D people don’t understand them…#plainenglish please?? #lrnchat
05:41:33 pm chrismaclaren: RT @_Kavi: Q5) embrace change and tchnology. These are enablers. besides, thats what new age learners are comfortable with #lrnchat
05:41:51 pm techherding: @alc47 @bschlenker I’ve used Dr. Brent’s Magical Learning Salve, and I’m here to tell you it’s better than lard mixed with Tabasco! #lrnchat
05:41:55 pm _Kavi: Q5) Plan the work. Work the plan. Thats the best way to build reputation #lrnchat
05:42:02 pm alc47: Q5 Understand the difference between managing learning and leadership in learning #lrnchat
05:42:09 pm urbie: #lrnchat Q5 training departments can stay relevant by using words with fewer syllables when they talk about what they do to help an org.
05:42:12 pm 4KM: A5) Find ways to inspire decision makers about new ways of #learning. Make it source of pride; not item on to do list #lrnchat
05:42:13 pm LnDDave: Q5) Allocate a little more of ‘today’ to thinking and planning for tomorrow. #lrnchat
05:42:13 pm PaFitzpatrick: Q5) if you do elearning – do it right. Dont assume that rapid development is best – understand the learner, objective and need #lrnchat
05:42:27 pm chrismaclaren: Q5) Put greater focus on ongoing performance support, not initial deployment #lrnchat
05:42:35 pm ebase: RT @amirelion: Q3)  sometimes good t. dept. are able to put a shocking mirror in front of execs #lrnchat
05:42:47 pm olliegardener: q5) be creative, listen, support, enable, engage- b the catalyst for performance, learning and change – then get out of the way! #lrnchat
05:42:49 pm professorjosh: Q4) Training dept should not be the only trainers, figure out the team of people who will be best trainers on a topics & get buy in #lrnchat
05:43:01 pm C4LPT: Q5) Help individuals and teams work smarter (learning is a means to the end; not the end goal) #lrnchat
05:43:05 pm _Kavi: Q5)  The day, business folks take to learning roles, the team has evolved to a higher plane ! #lrnchat
05:43:06 pm ebase: RT @alc47: Q5 Understand the difference between managing learning and leadership in learning #lrnchat
05:43:09 pm olliegardener: RT @_Kavi: Q5) embrace change and tchnology. These are enablers. besides, thats what new age learners are comfortable with #lrnchat
05:43:10 pm 4KM: @alc47 Say more? #lrnchat
05:43:17 pm urbie: #lrnchat Q5 training departments can stay relevant by capturing stories from the trenches and making learning experiences from them
05:43:23 pm LnDDave: Q5) Want to shift towards a culture of continuous learning and development? Start with yourself. #lrnchat
05:43:29 pm _Kavi: RT @LnDDave: Q5) Want to shift towards a culture of continuous learning and development? Start with yourself. #lrnchat
05:43:36 pm aaronesilvers: RT @LnDDave: Q5) Want to shift towards a culture of continuous learning and development? Start with yourself. #lrnchat
05:43:36 pm olliegardener: RT @C4LPT: Q5) By moving from “command and control” mentality to “encourage and engage” = very different approaches #lrnchat
05:43:40 pm LnDDave: RT @C4LPT: Q5) Help individuals and teams work smarter (learning is a means to the end; not the end goal) #lrnchat
05:43:46 pm ebase: Q5) stay aligned with the priorities of the company #lrnchat
05:43:50 pm _Kavi: RT @urbie: #lrnchat Q5 training departments can stay relevant by capturing stories from the trenches & making learning experiences from them
05:43:52 pm alc47: Q5 Lock the office-get out into the business and learn what it is about – then look to see what can be done from learning to help #lrnchat
05:43:54 pm rickzanotti: RT @C4LPT: Q5) Help individuals and teams work smarter (learning is a means to the end; not the end goal) #lrnchat
05:44:12 pm ebase: Q5) reframe issues to reveal the learning need #lrnchat
05:44:19 pm HollyJustice1: Q5) Stay relevant by listening to grapevine. What do the employees say at lunch? Then tie dept needs and new tools to training. #lrnchat
05:44:26 pm _Kavi: Q5) Be regular at #lrnchat🙂
05:44:26 pm C4LPT: RT @alc47: Q5 Lock the office-get out into the business and learn what it is about – then look to see what can be done to help #lrnchat
05:44:37 pm maranca: Q5) How can training departments stay relevant? #lrnchat – they can become a learner again…
05:44:37 pm techherding: As Patrick said, beware Rapid Development. I’ve never had a client show my work and say “Of course, he did this really fast.” #lrnchat
05:44:38 pm dbhasin: RT @4KM: A5) Find ways to inspire decision makers about new ways of #learning. Make it source of pride; not item on to do list #lrnchat
05:44:47 pm mpsavage: RT @aaronesilvers: Q1) I think 5yrs ago Training Depts. assumed they owned “learning.” Turns out everyone owns it. #lrnchat
05:44:49 pm _Kavi: RT @ebase: Q5) reframe issues to reveal the learning need #lrnchat
05:44:50 pm 4KM: A5) Consider severing ties btwn standard HR functions and learning functions. Attach latter to org executive #lrnchat
05:44:51 pm dbhasin: RT @_Kavi: RT @urbie: #lrnchat Q5 training departments can stay relevant by capturing stories from the trenches & making learning experiences from them
05:44:56 pm dbhasin: RT @lrnchat: Q5) How can training departments stay relevant? #lrnchat
05:45:04 pm dbhasin: RT @_Kavi: Has huge ramifications! RT @alc47: Q4 Fail in gaining respect of the business as people able to help improve performnace #lrnchat
05:45:07 pm alc47: RT @_Kavi: Q5) Be regular at #lrnchat :)Lol #lrnchat
05:45:07 pm dbhasin: RT @arossett: q4] letting go– judiciously. I worry tht we throw our hands up about influence  at work. We must, without hyper managing #lrnchat
05:45:11 pm AndreaMay1: Q5) Learning to effectively evaluate learning. #lrnchat
05:45:13 pm PaFitzpatrick: RT @techherding: As Patrick said, beware Rapid Development. I’ve never had a client show my work and say “Of course, he did this really fast.” #lrnchat
05:45:17 pm dbhasin: RT @_Kavi: bang on ! RT @LnDDave: Q3) Most Orgs respect the program, but do not realize what it took to build it. #lrnchat
05:45:22 pm dbhasin: RT @lesleywprice: RT @ReubenTozman: Have a great #lrnchat. My final thought: for train depts to be relevant they need to cease being a training dept #lrnchat
05:45:26 pm sue_freeman1: #lrnchat We need to be fearless.  Listen, find new, good stuff and move forward.  Not as easy as it sounds.
05:45:31 pm maranca: Great though! RT @LnDDave: Q5) Eliminate the word ‘Training’ from your vocabulary. Language is powerful and can shift perspectives. #lrnchat
05:45:33 pm professorjosh: Q2) Training dept should be the coordinators of training but use your resources as a company to train – empower the peeps involved! #lrnchat
05:45:37 pm dbhasin: RT @LnDDave: Q1) Training Dept influence is largely determined by the learning culture you are able to build within the org. #lrnchat
05:45:47 pm dbhasin: RT @stipton: My fav topic RT @lrnchat: Todays #lrnchat theme: Make Training Department Relevant. Join us at 11:30am ET/4:30pm BT or 8:30pm ET. #lrnchat
05:45:57 pm C4LPT: Q5) Observe how the “smart workers” in your org are already using the techs to support their own learning/performance #lrnchat
05:45:59 pm dbhasin: RT @pgsimoes: Best of EDEN 2010 Special Issue European Journal of #Open, Distance and #ELearning http://t.co/NABZFu7I #edtech #edchat #lrnchat #eadsunday
05:46:05 pm JD_Dillon: Q5) Do what is right for the learner regardless of other influences. #lrnchat
05:46:13 pm dbhasin: RT @marciamarcia: RT @lrnchat: If internal motivations are required for lasting change, why do educators & leader keep focusing on external ones? #lrnchat
05:46:13 pm _Kavi: Q5) What can be done, can be. What cant be, cant be. Dont promiese teh moon. You are not God ! #lrnchat
05:46:15 pm dbhasin: RT @marciamarcia: RT @Dave_Ferguson: [Kudos} originally referred to fame or glory, especially in battle… #lrnchat
05:46:22 pm dbhasin: RT @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
05:46:22 pm alc47: @LnDDave: Q5) Eliminate the word Training from your vocabulary. Language is powerful and can shift perspectives. #lrnchat
05:46:33 pm dbhasin: RT @lrnchat: Q2) What motivates you to learn something new? What could motivate you to change something you’re resistant to changing? #lrnchat
05:46:41 pm PaFitzpatrick: Q5) Evaluate the impact of learning – if you get it wrong change it – if you get it right enhance it #lrnchat
05:46:47 pm dbhasin: RT @olliegardener: RT @chrisstjohn: RT @ebase: #Lrnchat recognition is public and reward is private.  Give me recognition over reward any day #lrnchat
05:46:57 pm dbhasin: RT @megbertapelle: RT @ckagy: #lrnchat recognition = admiration, awareness.  reward = receiving something tangible << Reward can be intangible too #lrnchat
05:46:59 pm 4KM: A5) Determine [few] places where training is needed. Put much more focus on learning #lrnchat
05:47:03 pm C4LPT: Q5) Stop talking about “learners” but refer them as people or workers  – then u wll begin to think differently #lrnchat
05:47:03 pm HollyJustice1: We all like good stories! RT @_Kavi @urbie: #lrnchat Q5) … capturing stories from the trenches & making learning experiences from them
05:47:12 pm _Kavi: RT @C4LPT: Q5) Stop talking about “learners” but refer them as people or workers  – then u wll begin to think differently #lrnchat
05:47:13 pm LnDDave: Q5) Relevance requires an awareness of what’s going on around you.   Participate in communities to stay up to date. #lrnchat
05:47:32 pm professorjosh: Evaluation & Redesign is important! RT @andreamay1: Q5) Learning to effectively evaluate learning. #lrnchat
05:48:05 pm _Kavi: Q5) learning is fun. And fun is infectious. Keep it that way. #lrnchat
05:48:06 pm techherding: Q5) Validate your plans, content and output with the learners. Impressing your client is nice, but if learners like it, you win. #lrnchat
05:48:07 pm glennojr: RT @C4LPT: Q5) Stop talking about “learners” but refer them as people or workers  – then u wll begin to think differently #lrnchat
05:48:38 pm 4KM: A5) Don’t think “staying relevant.” Think big attitude shift; treat as major, mulit-pronged change initiative #lrnchat
05:48:43 pm olliegardener: q5) recognise the unpredictability of business. Don’t expect to keep up – your job is to enable others 2 do so! #lrnchat
05:48:46 pm professorjosh: Sometimes you don’t need to reinvent the wheel but other times you need to make the wheel from scratch #lrnchat
05:49:03 pm C4LPT: Q5) I’m still hearing too many training focused response to this Q here  – need to think outside of training #lrnchat
05:49:06 pm chrismaclaren: Q5) Recognize that it is all about helping people work smarter (stolen from @C4LPT and ITA!). Makes everything much simpler. #lrnchat
05:49:08 pm ajeanne: RT @professorjosh: Sometimes you don’t need to reinvent the wheel but other times you need to make the wheel from scratch #lrnchat
05:49:15 pm _Kavi: Q5) One size fits one. Period. #lrnchat
05:49:34 pm 4KM: @C4LPT Not from me😉 Quite agree with you. #lrnchat
05:49:37 pm olliegardener: RT @_Kavi: Q5) One size fits one. Period. #lrnchat
05:49:58 pm simbeckhampson: RT @LnDDave: Q5) Eliminate the word ‘Training’ from your vocabulary. Language is powerful and can shift perspectives. #lrnchat
05:50:00 pm C4LPT: @4KM🙂 #lrnchat
05:50:07 pm lttlewys: RT @4km: A5) Don’t think “staying relevant.” Think big attitude shift; treat as major, mulit-pronged change initiative #lrnchat
05:50:09 pm lrnchat: Qwrap) Time to reintroduce yourself. Links, requests & shameless plugs welcome. #lrnchat
05:50:15 pm professorjosh: Empower others in the organization to teach something, best way to master something & use your internal resources #lrnchat
05:50:26 pm C4LPT: RT @lrnchat: Qwrap) Time to reintroduce yourself. Links, requests & shameless plugs welcome. #lrnchat
05:50:27 pm 4KM: Saw a huge list of “all learning hashtags” somewhere the other day. HUGE focus on training and formal learning #lrnchat
05:50:33 pm _Kavi: RT @professorjosh: Empower others in the organization to teach something, best way to master something & use your internal resources #lrnchat
05:50:33 pm lesleywprice: RT @lrnchat: Qwrap) Time to reintroduce yourself. Links, requests & shameless plugs welcome. #lrnchat
05:50:56 pm chrismaclaren: RT @lrnchat: Qwrap) Time to reintroduce yourself. Links, requests & shameless plugs welcome. #lrnchat
05:51:23 pm glennojr: RT @kelly_smith01: How many of us were with the same organization as 5 yrs ago – Does that organization (or even industry) still exist? #lrnchat
05:51:23 pm AndreaMay1: Qwrap) Andrea May in Minneapolis. VP Instr. Design Services @dashethomson  Visit the Social learning blog http://www.dashe.com/blog #lrnchat
05:51:28 pm alc47: RT @olliegardener: q5) recognise the unpredictability of business. Dont expect to keep up – your job is to enable others 2 do so! #lrnchat
05:51:31 pm glennojr: RT @C4LPT: RT @StephenCHudson: q1) social media (lrng) and collab platforms (sharepoint) have democratized learning. I see influence waining #lrnchat
05:51:32 pm dbhasin: RT @ajeanne: RT @professorjosh: Sometimes you don’t need to reinvent the wheel but other times you need to make the wheel from scratch #lrnchat
05:51:35 pm dbhasin: RT @chrismaclaren: Q5) Recognize that it is all about helping people work smarter (stolen from @C4LPT and ITA!). Makes everything much simpler. #lrnchat
05:51:36 pm glennojr: RT @C4LPT: Q1) They probably like to think they do; but the reality is more and more pple are working around them #lrnchat
05:51:38 pm simbeckhampson: RT @professorjosh: Empower others in the organization to teach something, best way to master something & use your internal resources #lrnchat
05:51:40 pm amirelion: Amir Elion. Director of Learning Solutions at @kineoisrael please join Herbew #lrnisr next session on Nov. 8 #lrnchat
05:51:40 pm C4LPT: Qwrap) Jane Hart still in SoCal See my emerging bk NEW Workplace Learning:How to help individuals work smarter http://t.co/kJ04fg3K #lrnchat
05:51:42 pm dbhasin: RT @_Kavi: Q5) learning is fun. And fun is infectious. Keep it that way. #lrnchat
05:51:50 pm dbhasin: RT @4KM: A5) Don’t think “staying relevant.” Think big attitude shift; treat as major, mulit-pronged change initiative #lrnchat
05:51:56 pm dbhasin: RT @olliegardener: q5) recognise the unpredictability of business. Don’t expect to keep up – your job is to enable others 2 do so! #lrnchat
05:51:56 pm urbie: #lrnchat Q5 training depts can stay relevant by getting that customers are usually in dark about how/what they do (and who does what)
05:51:58 pm PaFitzpatrick: QWrap) Patrick Fitzpatrick MD  @PTKLearning eLearning Innovators from Sheffield UK: Please follow  @PaFitzpatrick and @PTKLearning #lrnchat
05:52:00 pm lesleywprice: qwrap) Lesley Price…interested in any evidence of really effective implementation…I’m keen to learn🙂 #lrnchat
05:52:02 pm dbhasin: RT @C4LPT: Q5) I’m still hearing too many training focused response to this Q here  – need to think outside of training #lrnchat
05:52:06 pm professorjosh: Josh – Valencia College – Instructional Designer, Professor, & Blogger http://t.co/wBF4nLi3 Excite, Engage, Educate! #lrnchat
05:52:12 pm dbhasin: RT @4KM: A5) Determine [few] places where training is needed. Put much more focus on learning #lrnchat
05:52:13 pm 4KM: Qwrap: belated hello. Alice MacGillivray: Among other things, I love to create deliberately under-designed learning environments #lrnchat
05:52:13 pm LnDDave: QWrap) David Kelly, from NYC.  Thanks for another great #lrnchat!
05:52:16 pm dbhasin: RT @PaFitzpatrick: Q5) Evaluate the impact of learning – if you get it wrong change it – if you get it right enhance it #lrnchat
05:52:20 pm MMaryMcKenna: @billcush @Mindflash Good blog Bill, I’ve posted up a comment on there #lrnchat (@LearningPool) #lms #elearning
05:52:23 pm dbhasin: RT @alc47: @LnDDave: Q5) Eliminate the word Training from your vocabulary. Language is powerful and can shift perspectives. #lrnchat
05:52:30 pm dbhasin: RT @_Kavi: Q5) What can be done, can be. What cant be, cant be. Dont promiese teh moon. You are not God ! #lrnchat
05:52:32 pm dbhasin: RT @JD_Dillon: Q5) Do what is right for the learner regardless of other influences. #lrnchat
05:52:37 pm JD_Dillon: Qwrap) Great sharing today in #lrnchat! Keep the discussion going 24/7 and remember that learning is the only path to change! @JD_Dillon
05:52:43 pm dbhasin: RT @4KM: A5) Consider severing ties btwn standard HR functions and learning functions. Attach latter to org executive #lrnchat
05:52:49 pm amirelion: Qwrap) my blog (mostly Hebrew) – http://t.co/r4DICDbw #lrnchat
05:52:54 pm dbhasin: RT @C4LPT: RT @alc47: Q5 Lock the office-get out into the business and learn what it is about – then look to see what can be done to help #lrnchat
05:52:58 pm dbhasin: RT @maranca: Q5) How can training departments stay relevant? #lrnchat – they can become a learner again…
05:53:35 pm chrismaclaren: Chris Maclaren – looking to provide presentation design support – from slide design to storytelling. Shout to find out more!! #lrnchat
05:53:44 pm urbie: #lrnchat qwrap urbie delgado, instructional/learning experience designer & storyteller late of New Mexico .. http://t.co/kUCk7xGL
05:53:46 pm dbhasin: RT @JD_Dillon: Qwrap) Great sharing today in #lrnchat! Keep the discussion going 24/7 and remember that learning is the only path to change! @JD_Dillon
05:53:47 pm alc47: Qwrap. Nic Laycock – heavily into what makes virtual communities places wher people wnat to be and learn http://t.co/LGsk4xTN #lrnchat
05:53:54 pm lesleywprice: qwrap) tks for another great session tweeps…really enjoyed it…in the words of ‘Poirot’ keeps the old grey cells active🙂 #lrnchat
05:53:55 pm dbhasin: RT @MMaryMcKenna: @billcush @Mindflash Good blog Bill, I’ve posted up a comment on there #lrnchat (@LearningPool) #lms #elearning
05:53:56 pm techherding: Dick Carlson — SC PugDaddy, E-Learning Designer and Sage — I’ve been thrown out of MUCH nicer places than this! #lrnchat
05:54:05 pm dbhasin: RT @chrismaclaren: Chris Maclaren – looking to provide presentation design support – from slide design to storytelling. Shout to find out more!! #lrnchat
05:54:17 pm dbhasin: RT @4KM: Qwrap: belated hello. Alice MacGillivray: Among other things, I love to create deliberately under-designed learning environments #lrnchat
05:54:21 pm dbhasin: RT @professorjosh: Josh – Valencia College – Instructional Designer, Professor, & Blogger http://t.co/wBF4nLi3 Excite, Engage, Educate! #lrnchat
05:54:28 pm dbhasin: RT @LnDDave: QWrap) David Kelly, from NYC.  Thanks for another great #lrnchat!
05:54:30 pm chrismaclaren: Thank you all for sharing your thoughts, ideas and experiences!! #lrnchat
05:54:34 pm dbhasin: RT @lesleywprice: qwrap) Lesley Price…interested in any evidence of really effective implementation…I’m keen to learn🙂 #lrnchat
05:54:43 pm dbhasin: RT @4KM: Saw a huge list of “all learning hashtags” somewhere the other day. HUGE focus on training and formal learning #lrnchat
05:54:48 pm dbhasin: RT @AndreaMay1: Qwrap) Andrea May in Minneapolis. VP Instr. Design Services @dashethomson  Visit the Social learning blog http://www.dashe.com/blog #lrnchat
05:54:53 pm dbhasin: RT @professorjosh: Empower others in the organization to teach something, best way to master something & use your internal resources #lrnchat
05:54:56 pm olliegardener: Qwrap) Ollie Gardener. Entrepreneur & co-founder of NoddlePod. Seen our brand new concept cartoon? http://t.co/RJqyeDM5🙂 #lrnchat
05:55:00 pm dbhasin: RT @lttlewys: RT @4km: A5) Don’t think “staying relevant.” Think big attitude shift; treat as major, mulit-pronged change initiative #lrnchat
05:55:15 pm dbhasin: RT @chrismaclaren: Thank you all for sharing your thoughts, ideas and experiences!! #lrnchat
05:55:18 pm dbhasin: RT @lesleywprice: qwrap) tks for another great session tweeps…really enjoyed it…in the words of ‘Poirot’ keeps the old grey cells active🙂 #lrnchat
05:55:20 pm amirelion: QWrap – Enjoyed today chat. All that want a free copy of my 100 Creative Presetation Ideas e-book plz. contact me #lrnchat
05:55:41 pm _Kavi: QWrap) Kavi, Mumbai.  Head L&D.  Having fun changing a few things, putting in place a few others & persisting with the rest #lrnchat
05:56:18 pm _Kavi: QWrap) Awesome chat today ! Has left me thinking !! Thank you for all teh wonderful exchanges on #lrnchat
05:57:05 pm lindseyb16: #lrnchat important for 1:1 instructor interaction as any participation is difficult for the risk averse learner http://t.co/EBqalEL6
05:57:09 pm alc47: @dbhasin Thought they were “little” grey cells – off now to eat some fish! #lrnchat
05:57:39 pm PaFitzpatrick: good #lrnchat this week – until next time
05:58:05 pm maranca: Me …RT@amirelion:QWrap Enjoyed today chat. All that want a free copy of my 100 Creative Presentation Ideas e-book plz. contact me #lrnchat
05:58:19 pm AndreaMay1: Thanks for another awesome #lrnchat!  Have a great week🙂
05:58:36 pm HollyJustice1: Goodbye to #lrnchat from Holly in Portland OR  Connecting others to knowledge is my passion. Job hunting and tackling new challenges daily!
05:58:48 pm amirelion: @maranca Will send #lrnchat
05:59:05 pm ebase: RT @olliegardener: Qwrap) Ollie Gardener. Entrepreneur & co-founder of NoddlePod. Seen our brand new concept cartoon? http://t.co/RJqyeDM5🙂 #lrnchat
05:59:11 pm Tracy_Parish: RT @kelly_smith01: RT @tmiket: How to create a memorable mini-scenario #articulate #lrnchat http://t.co/B0g8R83f
05:59:12 pm lrnchat: Thanks for joining #lrnchat. We’ll post the transcript on http://t.co/O8x38OGR See you again next Thursday.
05:59:22 pm maranca: QWrap) Great chat today ! 1st time I’ve been able to participate Thank you  all!  #lrnchat
06:00:12 pm ISD20: Tx 4 RT @medikly: Interesting! RT @isd20: What Facebook is teaching us about social LMS http://t.co/cbRjG7lD #lrnchat #sociallearning
06:00:12 pm _Kavi: @olliegardener @HollyJustice1 @alc47 @chrismaclaren @4KM @JffZllr @gerdriesen @lesleywprice Thanks to wonderful fellow learners ! #lrnchat
06:00:52 pm Spongelab: In bubble-rafting snails, the eggs came first http://t.co/r9bZZ1VK #edtech #edchat #lrnchat #scichat #gbl
06:01:13 pm _Kavi: @lesleywprice @TekaraInc @ThePrezenter @tracydg1 Thanks for the wonderful RTs and partnering in the learning !! #lrnchat
06:02:51 pm maranca: Qwrap- MaryAnne – currently job hunting worldwide- Love challenges of starting from scratch! Thx for the learning today! #lrnchat
06:03:09 pm OpenSesameNow: @lesleywprice Another Poirot enthusiast!! I have literally read every Poirot novel. Delicious mysteries! #lrnchat
06:03:20 pm 4KM: @dbhasin Thank you for connecting through your #lrnchat RTs today; always interesting to see what you find valuable.
06:04:58 pm kkapp: Games Influencing Politics: Herman Cain 999 Plan: Did It Come From SimCity? http://t.co/6MkXf3Ot #games #simulations #lrnchat #astd #edchat