November 14 – Transcript: The Implications of our Individual and Organizational Habits

20:29 lrnchat Welcome everyone to #lrnchat! How have you been?
20:30 jackietrains Good. #lrnchat
20:31 JustStormy RT @lrnchat: Please introduce yourselves. Passions? Projects? What are you working on these days? #lrnchat
20:31 lrnchat Please introduce yourselves. Passions? Projects? What are you working on these days? #lrnchat
20:31 write2tg Joining the weekly chat. Expect a stream of tweets! Hope you find something interesting to read! #lrnchat
20:31 britz Good evening from balmy Syracuse, NY! #lrnchat
20:32 JustStormy Melissa Hicks, instructional designer, trouble maker, Eberly College of Science….working on building my own legacy #lrnchat
20:32 write2tg RT @lrnchat Please introduce yourselves. Passions? Projects? What are you working on these days? #lrnchat
20:33 lodtrain #lrnchat Hello from IT global clickity click training working on career development today
20:33 Quinnovator time once again for the 60 min memestream that is #lrnchat (duck or, better yet, join in). Welcome to new and returning participants…
20:33 write2tg Taruna Goel from Vancouver, BC. Passionate about people and learning. Currently engaged with technical Red Seal trades training #lrnchat
20:33 kregerck RT @write2tg: RT @lrnchat Please introduce yourselves. Passions? Projects? What are you working on these days? #lrnchat
20:34 Tracy_Parish Hello from Newmarket, Ontario. May be in and out of #lrnchat tonight.
20:34 britz RT @urbie RT @lrnchat: Please introduce yourselves. Passions? Projects? What are you working on these days? #lrnchat
20:34 Quinnovator Clark Quinn, L&D revolution instigator, consultant/author/speaker, genial malcontent, Walnut Creek CA #lrnchat
20:34 urbie RT @lrnchat: Please introduce yourselves. Passions? Projects? What are you working on these days? #lrnchat
20:34 kregerck RT @Quinnovator: time once again for the 60 min memestream that is #lrnchat (duck or, better yet, join in). Welcome to new and returning p…
20:34 heikan2003 Creativity is my passion. Heidi from KS working with employees and pumps. #lrnchat
20:34 britz Mark Britz – Mngr of Corp Training passionate abt improving org performance w/o training as the default. And strawberry Pop Tarts #lrnchat
20:34 odguru Q0) Christy, OD, in Guelph, Canada. passionate for #mentoring, #measurement, obsessed with motivation and #goalattainment #lrnchat
20:34 kregerck Christine Kreger. Environmental scan to see what CE libraries in Colorado need! #lrnchat
20:35 Eberly_Online RT @lrnchat: Q0) We always begin with this: What did you learn today? If not today, then this week? #lrnchat
20:35 britz @Tracy_Parish how ’bout now? in? no? Out? wait… back in? #lrnchat
20:35 BenFidden @write2tg Ben Fidden, Training Manager looking to expand my horizons and break out of the training ‘norm’ Love sharing good tips #lrnchat
20:35 write2tg RT @lrnchat Q0) We always begin with this: What did you learn today? If not today, then this week? #lrnchat
20:35 jackietrains Jackie Van Nice in chilly SC. Working on new projects! #lrnchat
20:35 lrnchat Q0) We always begin with this: What did you learn today? If not today, then this week? #lrnchat
20:36 lisahughes196 Lisa Hughes, Special Educator joining from RI #lrnchat
20:36 britz Q0) I learned that L&D sometimes isn’t really all about learning an development… #lrnchat
20:36 Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: Q0) We always begin with this: What did you learn today? If not today, then this week? #lrnchat
20:36 urbie RT @lrnchat: Q0) We always begin with this: What did you learn today? If not today, then this week? #lrnchat
20:36 Tracy_Parish Working on an office move that is taking up much of my time. Around that finishing some quick ID wins. #lrnchat
20:36 urbie #lrnchat urbie delgado, instructional designer, looking for a role in k-12, higher-ed. storyteller, scenario builder the hats I wear.
20:36 kelly_smith01 Kelly Smith, Free Agent National #lrnchat
20:37 jackietrains Q0) Learned extensive Quizmaker workarounds. Exhausting. #lrnchat
20:37 write2tg A0) Learned that orange was referred to as ġeolurēad (yellow-red) and the first use of orange as a colour name was in 1512!🙂 #lrnchat
20:37 urbie #lrnchat A0 learned at #EdcampATX that amazing things are happening in L&D with chrome apps, googleDocs, challenge-based learning
20:37 soozietwits #lrnchat A0 – I’m here! Thank god for Ritalin! I’m working on coaching & mentoring strategies for my post-grad this week
20:37 kregerck Learned I need to take a beat when someone asks for something rush. Maybe their solution is not the right solution. #lrnchat
20:37 kelly_smith01 Tweeitng from one of my national chain of virtual offices #starbucks #lrnchat
20:37 Tracy_Parish Today I learned as tech savvy as I am, I needed someone to physically show me how to better steer a linen cart. #lrnchat
20:37 heikan2003 Q0) I learned to doube check my make up prior to filming myself on webcam for a training piece. blech. #lrnchat
20:37 JustStormy @lrnchat a0) #lrnchat – I learned this week that being content comes and goes…you need to hang on to it when you have it
20:38 BenFidden @lrnchat #lrnchat
Currently putting together some compliance pieces, wondering how to make them engaging and ‘pop’!
20:38 theASIDEblog We learned that no matter how hard we try, some things stay the same. #lrnchat
20:38 write2tg A0) Learned that if your work is your passion, it doesn’t mean you won’t have to work hard. Infact you will perhaps work harder! #lrnchat
20:38 brunowinck Q0) Working to put a new version of @Kneaver, learning how to use @newrelic to monitor it (+ get a tshirt🙂 #lrnchat
20:38 Tracy_Parish @JustStormy that is a great lesson. #lrnchat
20:38 britz Q0) this week we started gutting Jive…trimming the fat of an ESN tool …I learned I liked it! #lrnchat
20:38 heikan2003 @jackietrains how chilly is chilly in SC? #lrnchat
20:38 lodtrain Q0) Attended webinar Help them grow or watch them go, a word cloud activity used 2 get your staff to talk about developmt #lrnchat
20:39 WonderPix @JustStormy @lrnchat I read that as being CONtent, not conTENT at first🙂. #lrnchat
20:39 write2tg An old chat has some tips! MT @BenFidden…putting together some compliance pieces, wondering how to make them engaging and ‘pop’! #lrnchat
20:39 JaneBozarth Hey #lrnchat I’m with @C4LPT !!
20:39 DavidnProgress @lrnchat I learned about some new social tools on the way for my company #lrnchat
20:39 soozietwits @lodtrain #lrnchat – Ohhhh – interesting! I want to know more!
20:39 Quinnovator a0) learned that trying to change things has many facets #lrnchat
20:40 britz RT @lrnchat Q1 How aware are you of your own habit loops? Think of remembering your passwords. What is the cue, routine, reward? #lrnchat
20:40 Quinnovator a1) short answer, not aware enough of my own habit loops #lrnchat
20:40 urbie RT @lrnchat: Q1 How aware are you of your own habit loops? Think of remembering your passwords. What is the cue, routine, reward? #lrnchat
20:40 JaneBozarth @Quinnovator @C4LPT is about to hack the wifi– hang on –#lrnchat
20:40 Omni_AP Hey #lrnchat – hope I’m not too late to join. This is Victoria from @Omni_AP in Melbourne. Hope everyone is well today!🙂
20:40 heikan2003 @write2tg I think that is so true since you want it to be great! #lrnchat
20:40 Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: Q1 How aware are you of your own habit loops? Think of remembering your passwords. What is the cue, routine, reward? #lrnchat
20:40 JustStormy RT @lrnchat: Q1 How aware are you of your own habit loops? Think of remembering your passwords. What is the cue, routine, reward? #lrnchat
20:40 write2tg RT @lrnchat Q1 How aware are you of your own habit loops? Think of remembering your passwords. What is the cue, routine, reward? #lrnchat
20:40 Tracy_Parish “@JaneBozarth: Hey #lrnchat I’m with @C4LPT !!” Welcome Janes
20:40 lrnchat Q1 How aware are you of your own habit loops? Think of remembering your passwords. What is the cue, routine, reward? #lrnchat
20:40 kelly_smith01 @Tracy_Parish Linen cart wheels have a mind of their own #lrnchat
20:40 Quinnovator RT @JaneBozarth: Hey #lrnchat I’m with @C4LPT !! < give her our regards!
20:40 lisahughes196 Learned to go from what you know and the rest will follow #lrnchat
20:40 odguru RT @Quinnovator: a0) learned that trying to change things has many facets #lrnchat
20:40 britz RT @JaneBozarth Hey #lrnchat I’m with @C4LPT !! Jealous! Hi Janes!!
20:41 kelly_smith01 @JaneBozarth @C4LPT Hey Janes doing a number after Q6? #lrnchat
20:41 write2tg A1) I am not aware of most habit loops. But yoga and meditation helped me discover some! #lrnchat
20:41 DavidnProgress RT @lrnchat: Q1 How aware are you of your own habit loops? Think of remembering your passwords. What is the cue, routine, reward? #lrnchat
20:41 lodtrain RT @Quinnovator: a1) short answer, not aware enough of my own habit loops #lrnchat
20:41 soozietwits #lrnchat A1 – I use technology cheats and assistance as much as possible – I have problems with memory!
20:41 WonderPix RT @lisahughes196: Learned to go from what you know and the rest will follow #lrnchat
20:41 jackietrains @heikan2003 – 55 right now. Brrr… #lrnchat
20:41 DavidnProgress @lrnchat (0] 6 hours of meetings is way too much #lrnchat
20:42 JohnieDudden q4) Pointing people to interesting articles, interesting people and making connections for people #lrnchat
20:42 kelly_smith01 RT @lrnchat: Q1 How aware are you of your own habit loops? Think of remembering your passwords. What is the cue, routine, reward? #lrnchat
20:42 nancysafar Hey all joining #lrnchat for a little while
20:42 heikan2003 Q1) I a more aware of my habit loops when trying to go faster. #lrnchat
20:42 2be2learn A1 learned that simplicity is a good habit to accept and share #lrnchat
20:42 soozietwits @Omni_AP #lrnchat – Hey Victoria! hurrah for another Aussie joining in!
20:42 Tracy_Parish Q1) cue/2:00pm, routine/walk from desk, reward/buy tea.🙂 #lrnchat
20:42 smir_ch @Omni_AP Hey Victoria! Welcome. #lrnchat
20:42 Quinnovator a1) longer answer: think self-awareness/meta-learning is compartmentalized, aware of one thing, completely oblivious to another #lrnchat
20:43 write2tg A1) For me, work-related habit loops are relatively easier to identify. The cue, routine and reward is usually more tangible. #lrnchat
20:43 kregerck #lrnchat Q1)Aware of most of my habit loops…but hard to break some of them even if it means being more efficient.
20:43 soozietwits RT @Tracy_Parish: @soozietwits Feel tech cheats are just a way to free brain power for more important stuff. #lrnchat – totally agree!
20:43 KCASTD RT @lrnchat: Q1 How aware are you of your own habit loops? Think of remembering your passwords. What is the cue, routine, reward? #lrnchat
20:43 Quinnovator RT @C4LPT: Hi #lrnchat having dinner with @JaneBozarth in the Mile high city < the band is back together; Evil Janes ride again
20:43 britz RT @smir_ch #Operationalization: What is a “habit loop”? @lrnchat #lrnchat / pre reading was offered
20:43 Tracy_Parish @soozietwits Feel tech cheats are just a way to free brain power for more important stuff. #lrnchat
20:43 brunowinck Q1) Since I became aware of it I keep an eye, specially for forming new habits #lrnchat
20:43 kelly_smith01 RT @Quinnovator: a1) certainly in total denial of all my *bad* habits😉 #lrnchat
20:43 JustStormy #lrnchat a1) habit loops—i am well aware….i try so much to shave and save time. it’s a precious commodity
20:43 C4LPT Hi #lrnchat having dinner with @JaneBozarth in the Mile high city
20:43 Quinnovator a1) certainly in total denial of all my *bad* habits😉 #lrnchat
20:43 smir_ch #Operationalization: What is a “habit loop”? @lrnchat #lrnchat
20:44 Quinnovator RT @soozietwits: #lrnchat A1 – I automate as much as I can so I’m free for serendipity to hit me!
20:44 kelly_smith01 In addition to a PLN I have a PHN (Personal Habit Network) #lrnchat
20:44 langholloman RT @Quinnovator: a1) short answer, not aware enough of my own habit loops #lrnchat
20:44 soozietwits #lrnchat A1 – I automate as much as I can so I’m free for serendipity to hit me!
20:44 lodtrain @soozietwits #lrnchat @BeverlyLKaye Great Book here is exerpt, made for great webinar http://t.co/AC3txx1HYM
20:44 odguru RT @Quinnovator: a1) certainly in total denial of all my *bad* habits😉 #lrnchat
20:44 btopro RT @lrnchat: Q1 How aware are you of your own habit loops? Think of remembering your passwords. What is the cue, routine, reward? #lrnchat
20:45 lisahughes196 @kelly_smith01 love it! #lrnchat
20:45 britz A1 ) password – cue is the the little white box… I know its habit too since its the only things I can type w/o looking at keypad #lrnchat
20:45 lodtrain Q1) Biggest habit loop is reviewing daily lists of to do’s, and usually while inhaling breakfast #lrnchat
20:45 brunowinck lol RT @kelly_smith01 In addition to a PLN I have a PHN (Personal Habit Network) #lrnchat
20:45 urbie #lrnchat A1 Recent Adobe cloud hacking brought my password choosing strategy into sharp relief. Safety, acct creation, easy..
20:45 Tracy_Parish Pre-read is here to help follow the chat. #lrnchat tonight! Theme: “Individual and Organizational Habits” See http://t.co/WkXGDj3zYE”
20:45 smir_ch @britz Oh, sorry. I missed it. Care to share the link? #lrnchat
20:46 jackietrains A1) The more conscious I am of all habit loops, the better I’m able to come up with systems to deal with them. #lrnchat
20:46 britz RT @Tracy_Parish Pre-read is here to help #lrnchat tonight! Theme: “Individual and Organizational Habits” See http://t.co/UNDBJolN2F”
20:46 smir_ch @soozietwits +1. I try to automate a lot, too #lrnchat
20:46 JustStormy RT @soozietwits: #lrnchat A1 – I automate as much as I can so I’m free for serendipity to hit me!
20:46 soozietwits @kelly_smith01 #lrnchat – more about the PHN pls!
20:47 britz A1) baaaad habit – accessing email 1st thing when butt hits seat at office #lrnchat
20:47 heikan2003 @Quinnovator I think that probably makes you a very happy person! #lrnchat
20:47 write2tg A1) Healthy habit loop – Cue: Time for school, Routine: walk kid to school, continue the walk for 45 min, reward: be healthy! #lrnchat
20:47 Tracy_Parish It seems a habit has formed in our office as you walk in/out the main door everyone seems to sigh. #lrnchat
20:48 lodtrain A1) Oh best habit, daily 2 mile walk while listening to great playlists #lrnchat
20:48 kelly_smith01 @soozietwits Just a list of my “habits” that do not contribute to my self-destruction. #lrnchat
20:48 urbie #lrnchat A1 kind of odd thinking about the B side of habits. A whole ‘nuther set of cues, routines, rewards.
20:48 ljwp Lurking on #lrnchat. Can’t do much more, as the kids require 1-1/2 eyes on them. :0
20:48 britz RT @Tracy_Parish It seems a habit has formed in our office as you walk in/out the main door everyone seems to sigh. #lrnchat
20:49 urbie #lrnchat A1 It takes serious effort to be mindful all the time. I suppose it has its own rewards.
20:49 billcush Is it too late to pop in on #lrnchat?
20:49 nancysafar RT @britz: RT @Tracy_Parish Pre-read is here to help #lrnchat tonight! Theme: “Individual and Organizational Habits” See http://t.co/UNDBJo…
20:49 WonderPix “@britz: A1) baaaad habit – accessing email 1st thing when butt hits seat at office #lrnchat” or when eyes first open in morning.
20:49 Tracy_Parish Horrible habit. Sucks much more time than you mean to spend. “@britz: A1) bad habit-email 1st thing as butt hits seat at office #lrnchat”
20:49 kelly_smith01 RT @lrnchat: Q2 Knowing how cues/routine/reward work have you tried to use these to change your own habits? Has it worked? #lrnchat
20:49 JustStormy RT @lrnchat: Q2 Knowing how cues/routine/reward work have you tried to use these to change your own habits? Has it worked? #lrnchat
20:49 soozietwits RT @kelly_smith01: @soozietwits Just a list of my “habits” that do not contribute to my self-destruction. #lrnchat – cool! Thx!
20:49 write2tg RT @lrnchat Q2 Knowing how cues/routine/reward work have you tried to use these to change your own habits? Has it worked? #lrnchat
20:49 Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: Q2 Knowing how cues/routine/reward work have you tried to use these to change your own habits? Has it worked? #lrnchat
20:49 lrnchat Q2 Knowing how cues/routine/reward work have you tried to use these to change your own habits? Has it worked? #lrnchat
20:50 britz RT @lrnchat: Q2 Knowing how cues/routine/reward work have you tried to use these to change your own habits? Has it worked? #lrnchat
20:50 BenFidden @lrnchat Best habit I started lately – investing daily time in my PLN. It is highly underrated, and the best source of gold advice! #lrnchat
20:50 JustStormy Really? RT @billcush: Is it too late to pop in on #lrnchat?
20:50 ljwp Missed this — why is this bad? > RT @kregerck: Agreed! A1) baaaad habit – accessing email 1st thing when butt hits seat at office #lrnchat
20:50 britz @kregerck MUST replace that with #PLN accessing #lrnchat
20:50 soozietwits #lrnchat A2 – I have been doing that – as a tacit thing – I haven’t sat down and thought about it deeply
20:50 urbie RT @lrnchat: Q2 Knowing how cues/routine/reward work have you tried to use these to change your own habits? Has it worked? #lrnchat
20:50 Quinnovator a2) admit not having been totally successful in mapping framework to own habits #lrnchat
20:50 heikan2003 @britz I do that too & worse open the SoMe sites I send stuff out on for KCASTD. #lrnchat
20:50 kregerck Agreed! A1) baaaad habit – accessing email 1st thing when butt hits seat at office #lrnchat
20:50 britz A1) cue – take dog for walk. Routine – review list of podcasts and listen. Reward – wisdom! #lrnchat
20:51 write2tg A2) Have not made a serious attempt to analyze and change a habit by identifying cue, routine and reward. #lrnchat
20:51 urbie #lrnchat A2 Per the reading, can habits be changed? I think yes but I like the term: makeover..
20:51 brunowinck very bad🙂 #Idoittoo RT @kregerck Agreed! A1) baaaad habit – accessing email 1st thing when butt hits seat at office #lrnchat
20:51 Tracy_Parish Q2) my attempts to changes habits haven’t worked yet. The cue/reward/routine loop seems to take longer then expected #lrnchat
20:51 billcush @JustStormy It’s been a while. I’m out of the routine. #lrnchat
20:51 heikan2003 RT @lodtrain: A1) Oh best habit, daily 2 mile walk while listening to great playlists #lrnchat or a book?
20:51 kelly_smith01 Q2) Post-it notes – job aids written on index cards #lrnchat
20:51 brunowinck Q2) Change ? Yes, looking for cues, renforcing rewards on good habits #lrnchat
20:52 BenFidden @soozietwits agreed
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20:52 theASIDEblog What should be done about habit loops in education? Too many repetitive cues and routines that diminish greater rewards. #lrnchat
20:52 joegerstandt RT @soozietwits: @BenFidden: #lrnchat – I think PLN / Communities of Practice / networks are the centre of learning and working as a human
20:52 KCASTD RT @lrnchat: Q2 Knowing how cues/routine/reward work have you tried to use these to change your own habits? Has it worked? #lrnchat
20:52 brunowinck @Tracy_Parish reward after routine🙂 could be the bug #lrnchat
20:52 JustStormy @billcush jump in… for heaven’s sake!🙂 #lrnchat
20:52 kregerck RT @urbie: #lrnchat A1 It takes serious effort to be mindful all the time. I suppose it has its own rewards.
20:52 JustStormy q2) try to use…hard to make a habit a habit. you know. #lrnchat
20:52 soozietwits @BenFidden: #lrnchat – I think PLN / Communities of Practice / networks are the centre of learning and working as a human
20:52 britz A2) Yes! Set running shoes beside bed at night. Put ’em on rather than take alarm cue to go shower in AM … new routine! #lrnchat
20:53 ljwp I missed that! #oops > RT @nancysafar: @billcush don’t think so but looks like pre-read is a prerequisite for tonight’s #lrnchat
20:53 urbie #lrnchat A2 Making over a B-side habit, I’ve tried. My feedback loop could use some aerobic exercise. A nearby significant other would help.
20:53 Tracy_Parish Ha. Yes that might just be it. Lol RT @brunowinck: @Tracy_Parish reward after routine🙂 could be the bug #lrnchat
20:53 kregerck #lrnchat Q2) Just started a new perfect time to be mindful about creating new habits and reaping rewards.
20:53 nancysafar @billcush don’t think so but looks like pre-read is a prerequisite for tonight’s #lrnchat
20:53 LearnNuggets A2) Cue – walk in/out of studio. Routine – 20 push-ups. Reward – up to 200/day, losing weight. #lrnchat
20:53 kelly_smith01 @billcush Never to late for #lrnchat
20:53 JustStormy RT @soozietwits: @BenFidden: #lrnchat – I think PLN / Communities of Practice / networks are the centre of learning and working as a human
20:53 billcush @ljwp @kregerck I can say that if I planned my day properly, I would not need my inbox to tell me what to do that day. #lrnchat
20:53 2be2learn A2 cue: stressful email, new: don’t reply immediately, reward: diffuse response reaction and create better scenario options. #lrnchat
20:54 2be2learn RT @theASIDEblog: Breaking habit loops can lead to crisis, but crisis leads to change. #lrnchat
20:54 BenFidden RT @lodtrain: Q2) Working less in evenings, new habit, and better work/life balance ahh #lrnchat
20:54 Tracy_Parish Nice! RT @LearnNuggets: A2) Cue – walk in/out of studio. Routine – 20 push-ups. Reward – up to 200/day, losing weight. #lrnchat
20:54 theASIDEblog Breaking habit loops can lead to crisis, but crisis leads to change. #lrnchat
20:54 lodtrain Q2) Working less in evenings, new habit, and better work/life balance ahh #lrnchat
20:54 heikan2003 @billcush never to late!! #lrnchat
20:54 BenFidden RT @soozietwits: @BenFidden: #lrnchat – I think PLN / Communities of Practice / networks are the centre of learning and working as a human
20:55 urbie RT @lrnchat: Q3 How much of our work day depends on habit more than intentional thought? What does this say about the role of L&D? #lrnchat
20:55 JaneBozarth After session @ #devlearn am trying to help org break email habit cc @anicole87 @espnguyen #lrnchat
20:55 JustStormy RT @lrnchat: Q3 How much of our work day depends on habit more than intentional thought? What does this say about the role of L&D? #lrnchat
20:55 JustStormy all my habits are bad #lrnchat
20:55 urbie #lrnchat A2 Professionally I’ve changed some PD, design habits. Helped me take a more holistic #designthinking approach. Humanity’s cool.
20:55 write2tg RT @lrnchat Q3 How much of our work day depends on habit more than intentional thought? What does this say about the role of L&D? #lrnchat
20:55 WonderPix “@lodtrain: Q2) Working less in evenings, new habit, and better work/life balance ahh #lrnchat” gotta learn that
20:55 soozietwits RT @lodtrain: Q2) Working less in evenings, new habit, and better work/life balance ahh #lrnchat – x2!
20:55 lrnchat Q3 How much of our work day depends on habit more than intentional thought? What does this say about the role of L&D? #lrnchat
20:55 heikan2003 @kelly_smith01 Good cues. What is the reward? #lrnchat
20:55 kelly_smith01 Q2) Make sure reward is a plus asset – not a secret bad habit #lrnchat
20:55 ljwp @billcush @kregerck I guess I don’t rely on my inbox as much as other people? Email isn’t a big issue or time suck for me, usually #lrnchat
20:56 SWGLearning @britz @lrnchat Hi team A1.) Not as aware as I would like to be. Cue is internal self-talk, routine is neutrality, reward is flow. #lrnchat
20:56 kelly_smith01 RT @lrnchat: Q3 How much of our work day depends on habit more than intentional thought? What does this say about the role of L&D? #lrnchat
20:56 kelly_smith01 @heikan2003 Have not consistently developed a good reward system – need it. #lrnchat
20:56 billcush @nancysafar Cool. I’ve read that book, so I might be able to… #lrnchat
20:57 2be2learn A3 too much work habit can limit innovation and creative thinking #lrnchat
20:57 Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: Q3 How much of our work day depends on habit more than intentional thought? What does this say about the role of L&D? #lrnchat
20:57 brunowinck @kelly_smith01 A simple reward is just to track regularity and be satisfied of progress #lrnchat
20:57 soozietwits #lrnchat A3 – I think the ‘habits’ of collaboration, personal knowledge management, and self-management are vital!
20:57 JustStormy RT @BenFidden: @lrnchat Too much! We train to change habits, but rarely look at ourselves.
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20:57 BenFidden @lrnchat Too much! We train to change habits, but rarely look at ourselves.
#lrnchat
20:57 jackietrains A2) Cue: Too many Post-Its, Routine: Figure out what’s wrong with this picture & create a new system, Reward: Peace & organization. #lrnchat
20:57 britz A3) For L&D it means training events not going to change a habit until the cue-routine are addressed. Habits engrained #lrnchat
20:57 anicole87 RT @JaneBozarth: After session @ #devlearn am trying to help org break email habit cc @anicole87 @espnguyen #lrnchat
20:57 billcush Q1: The problem for me is that I become aware of my *bad* habit loops *after* I undertake my *bad* habit. #lrnchat
20:58 heikan2003 @kelly_smith01 Careful then several rewards become bad habits.🙂 #lrnchat
20:58 kregerck RT @lrnchat: Q3 How much of our work day depends on habit more than intentional thought? What does this say about the role of L&D? #lrnchat
20:58 brunowinck @soozietwits and what are the rewards of each of them, PKM for example ? #justcurious #lrnchat
20:58 soozietwits #lrnchat A3 – As a community member its important to look at developing myself as well as others – be the model!
20:58 Quinnovator a3) Kahneman (thinking fast/slow) indicates we do more than we should by habit/intuition; L&D role to raise awareness #lrnchat
20:58 billcush Q3: Habit plays a huge role in some parts of my work. Customer follow up, working on tasks with people, reviewing results… #lrnchat
20:58 BenFidden RT @2be2learn: A3 too much work habit can limit innovation and creative thinking #lrnchat
20:58 kelly_smith01 Q3) I would “assume” that habits of many in power created the last recession #lrnchat
20:58 vanessaAnorth Hi from Adelaide, Australia thanks to #ActivateLearn & her session at Learn@Work conference #lrnchat
20:58 heikan2003 Q3) I would not say much of our workday in L&D but we do follow processes. #lrnchat
20:58 write2tg A3) There are good habits and bad habits in my work day. Good habits are a result of intentional thought. #lrnchat
20:58 urbie #lrnchat A3 Tweeps like @C4LPT @JaneBozarth @Quinnovator talk about innovation, sharing, creativity.. Habits have to change for change.
20:58 Tracy_Parish RT @britz: A3) For L&D it means training events not going to change a habit until the cue-routine are addressed. Habits engrained #lrnchat
20:59 britz A3) if org *habit* is to reach for phone or email – how is it ppl to use an Enterprise Social Network instead? Training?? Nope #lrnchat
20:59 kregerck #lrnchat Q3) For me, if work is habit it means I am reacting instead of reflecting, learning, and innovating.
20:59 jackietrains RT @britz: A3) For L&D it means training events not going to change a habit until the cue-routine are addressed. Habits engrained #lrnchat
20:59 billcush @britz Maybe L&D programs could spend more time in creating the habit loops for apply what was learned. Not just on the content. #lrnchat
20:59 SWGLearning @LearnNuggets I like it. A feedback loop that involves physicality. #lrnchat #HealthYourself
20:59 Quinnovator a3) role of L&D: developing meta-learning! (yes, *drink*) #lrnchat
20:59 write2tg A3) Following processes and procedures are all habits. Unique situations and cases allow more intentional and creative thought #lrnchat
20:59 theASIDEblog Sometimes a work environment does not want habit loops changed, too disruptive. It’s easier to keep status quo. #lrnchat
20:59 airlieplane A3) More than many people realise! L&D needs to offer real-world practice scenarios to strengthen good habits and eliminate bad. #lrnchat
21:00 urbie #lrnchat A3 I have probs with templates. Some standardization cool. But has to thoughtful with T-POP in mind. The right thing takes effort.
21:00 billcush Q3: If we want people to apply what they learned from our programs, maybe we should given them feedback loops to try. #lrnchat
21:00 airlieplane (I’m a bit excited! This is my first #lrnchat after being inspired by @ActivateLearn at the Learning@Work conference in Sydney on Tuesday!)
21:00 kelly_smith01 Q3) For L&D role – must have ability to address the work environment as well as the performance #lrnchat
21:00 soozietwits @brunowinck #lrnchat – still working on these habits myself – PKM would benefit me by letting me, or others learn from snippets of…
21:00 write2tg A3) All jobs are a combination of habits & intentional thought. L&D included. There are good habits that we don’t need to give up! #lrnchat
21:01 brunowinck @soozietwits yes but IMO the reward must be assured and quick even if imaginary #lrnchat
21:01 billcush @britz agreed #lrnchat
21:01 britz RT @theASIDEblog Some routines work, but if routines are kept to keep the peace we lose on the chance to grow. #lrnchat
21:01 SWGLearning @theASIDEblog Well said. #lrnchat
21:01 kregerck #lrnchat Q3) for L& D we need to be mindful of the whys…not just offer what we always have. Make others aware of mindful learning too.
21:01 theASIDEblog Some routines work, but if routines are kept to keep the peace we lose on the chance to grow. #lrnchat
21:01 soozietwits @brunowinck #lrnchat – … experience. Having systems to help sort info can help me help others too!
21:01 britz @billcush agree the opportunity there – the change for L&D is that the one-n-done event, course, etc won’t cut it #lrnchat
21:01 heikan2003 MT @BenFidden: A3 too much work habit can limit innovation and creative thinking #lrnchat I’ll buy that.
21:02 JustStormy a4) the belief that you are the only person who can do it best #lrnchat
21:02 urbie #lrnchat A3 Easy for L&D to get stuck in ADDIE (or your process) loop. Shocking to stop, take a moment, look up and see learners.
21:02 billcush Cool! MT @airlieplane: (I’m a bit excited! ..my first #lrnchat after being inspired by @ActivateLearn at Learning@Work conf in Sydney!)
21:02 theASIDEblog @billcush Good idea, feedback loops can change habits. #lrnchat
21:02 joegerstandt Rt @britz: RT @theASIDEblog Some routines work, but if routines are kept to keep the peace we lose on the chance to grow. #lrnchat
21:02 britz A3) to really change ppl must see the routine and the impact and want to change it. L&D? #lrnchat
21:02 write2tg RT @lrnchat Q4 What are some individual habits that negatively impact workplace productivity? #lrnchat
21:02 soozietwits @airlieplane #lrnchat — Learning@Work? I missed that – bugger – details pls so I can get there next time!
21:02 kelly_smith01 RT @lrnchat: Q4 What are some individual habits that negatively impact workplace productivity? #lrnchat
21:02 Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: Q4 What are some individual habits that negatively impact workplace productivity? #lrnchat
21:02 JustStormy RT @lrnchat: Q4 What are some individual habits that negatively impact workplace productivity? #lrnchat
21:02 ljwp Yes! They’d look like…? RT @billcush: Q3: If we want people to apply what they learn, maybe we should given them feedback loops. #lrnchat
21:02 lrnchat Q4 What are some individual habits that negatively impact workplace productivity? #lrnchat
21:02 write2tg A3) We should use habit loops for training transfer-help learners define cues, routines & rewards at the end of training #lrnchat
21:02 2be2learn Same old..”Sometimes a work enviro does not want habit loops changed, too disruptive – easier to keep status quo” @theASIDEblog #lrnchat
21:02 John_DAdamo RT @theASIDEblog: Sometimes a work environment does not want habit loops changed, too disruptive. It’s easier to keep status quo. #lrnchat
21:03 kelly_smith01 Q4) To much dependence on doing things they way they have been done before #lrnchat
21:03 lodtrain Q4) Workplace disruptive habits are folks getting distracted by daily email, 2 hr regular meetings when 15 mins will do🙂 #lrnchat
21:03 kregerck RT @soozietwits: #lrnchat A3 – As a community member its important to look at developing myself as well as others – be the model!
21:03 soozietwits @brunowinck #lrnchat – possibly why I’m still working on how it integrates and why do it at all?
21:03 jackietrains Q5) Resistance to change. #lrnchat
21:03 ljwp RT @urbie: #lrnchat A3 I have probs with templates. Some standardization cool. But has to thoughtful with T-POP in mind. The right thing ta…
21:03 SWGLearning @britz @billcush Agree. No magic wands here, #lrnchat
21:03 vanessaAnorth A3) need to make it easy for learners to reinforce learning, #lrnchat
21:03 Tracy_Parish LD for us often culture driven. Trying to get the habit of thanking/acknowledge great work from everyone is a constant task for us. #lrnchat
21:03 urbie RT @lrnchat: Q4 What are some individual habits that negatively impact workplace productivity? #lrnchat
21:03 kregerck #lrnchat Good point! A3) All jobs are a combination of habits & intentional thought. There are good habits that we don’t need to give up!
21:04 brunowinck @soozietwits placing PKM in a habit loop would be interesting, also still thinking of it #lrnchat
21:04 lisahughes196 Q4 attitude is everything.. It can make or break a day #lrnchat
21:04 write2tg A4) Individual habits that -vly impact workplace: No respect for time, no communication, no feedback #lrnchat
21:04 UnreinSang Q4 Have you helped anyone else learn via SoMe? How/what? #lrnchat
21:04 Quinnovator RT @JustStormy: a4) the belief that you are the only person who can do it best #lrnchat
21:04 ljwp RT @urbie: #lrnchat A3 Easy for L&D to get stuck in ADDIE (or your process) loop. Shocking to stop, take a moment, look up and see learners.
21:04 heikan2003 Q4) filing nails, slurping drinks, drumming fingers, and loud aahhh after drinks #lrnchat that one was easy, I hear it everyday.
21:04 urbie #lrnchat A4 B-Side habits: not having tough talks with customers. Letting their wants drive learning experience design, strategies.
21:04 JustStormy @lrnchat i think it’s a challenge for introverts to share as well #lrnchat habit or now
21:04 lodtrain RT @kelly_smith01: Q4) To much dependence on doing things they way they have been done before #lrnchat
21:04 BenFidden RT @soozietwits: #lrnchat A3 – As a community member its important to look at developing myself as well as others – be the model!
21:04 Quinnovator a4) responding instead of prioritizing; meeting for the sake of meeting, without agendas; saying ‘that’s not how we do it here’ #lrnchat
21:04 BenFidden @airlieplane Same here – it really was a great conference
#lrnchat
21:04 odguru @lrnchat dissing others #lrnchat
21:05 JaneBozarth @lrnchat EMAIL. #lrnchat
21:05 urbie #lrnchat A4 Another B-Side habit, starting on a solution without asking the right questions first.
21:05 2be2learn A4 negative loop of managers hiring those with same views/skills that don’t challenge their authority, not best candidate for org #lrnchat
21:05 lisahughes196 @odguru @lrnchat I agree!! #lrnchat
21:05 soozietwits #lrnchat A4 – bottom-drawing, stone-walling, pretty much all the anti-cooperative habits born from corporate individualism
21:05 kelly_smith01 a4) Yes to many formal meeting and status checks by those outside the process #lrnchat
21:05 britz Q4) habits that neg impact orgs are those in hierarchies of command and control. Cue – boss said so /Routine – don’t question #lrnchat
21:05 gully1965 A4 #lrnchat Argyris – theory in use not equal to theory espoused. The in discussable is undiscussable.
21:05 vanessaAnorth RT Cool! (I’m a bit excited! ..my first #lrnchat after being inspired by @ActivateLearn at Learning@Work conf in Sydney!)” – me too!
21:05 nancysafar RT @kregerck: #lrnchat Q3) For me, if work is habit it means I am reacting instead of reflecting, learning, and innovating.
21:05 lisahughes196 @kelly_smith01 exactly!! #lrnchat
21:06 brunowinck Q4) Tweeter chat late in night🙂 #lrnchat
21:06 britz RT @Quinnovator a4) developing courses as solutions #lrnchat
21:06 billcush Q4: Procrastination is a ___________________ #lrnchat
21:06 Quinnovator a4) developing courses as solutions #lrnchat
21:06 kregerck #lrnchat Q4) Just doing the work without stopping to share successes large and small.
21:06 BenFidden @lodtrain meetings are really over done – meetings where people are ‘spoken to’ should have been a small email or communication
#lrnchat
21:06 Tracy_Parish We are also trying to get ppl into the habit of taking time to learn something that matters to them. Skills improve. #lrnchat
21:06 lisahughes196 @Quinnovator Absolutely!!! I couldn’t agree more! #lrnchat
21:06 odguru RT @JaneBozarth: @lrnchat EMAIL. #lrnchat
21:06 write2tg A4) Individual habits that -vly impact workplace: Too much of: ego, control, meetings, emails! #lrnchat
21:06 soozietwits @brunowinck #lrnchat – could we collaborate on that? PKM in Habit Loop?
21:06 britz A4) habits of internal competition vs. cooperation and collaboration #lrnchat
21:06 billcush Q4: Cue: Feeling like not doing that report. Routine: Refresh inbox 27 times. Reward: See new email..Don’t have to do the report. #lrnchat
21:06 brunowinck Q4) Checking mail too often, reading news, staying on computer for breaks #lrnchat
21:07 ljwp Hard to digest sometimes, but yes > RT @JustStormy: a4) the belief that you are the only person who can do it best #lrnchat
21:07 brunowinck @soozietwits Sure ! anytime It’s my topic #lrnchat
21:07 JaneBozarth 4 status meetings #lrnchat
21:07 2be2learn Workplace disruptive habits: folks get distracted by daily email, 2 hr regular meetings when 15 mins will do #lrnchat via @lodtrain
21:07 lodtrain @billcush I turn off notifications and check mail 2X a day, great new habit #lrnchat
21:07 urbie #lrnchat A4 You know that part in a High Noon where Gary Cooper hears the train whistle and realizes he’s alone? He has integrity and stays.
21:07 soozietwits RT @britz: A4) habits of internal competition vs. cooperation and collaboration #lrnchat YES x100!
21:08 BenFidden @lodtrain how true!
#lrnchat
21:08 ljwp What about social media? > RT @lodtrain: @billcush I turn off notifications and check mail 2X a day, great new habit #lrnchat
21:08 soozietwits RT @brunowinck: Q4) Tweeter chat late in night🙂 #lrnchat – I do that! Drives Better-half crazy
21:08 JaneBozarth 4. Phone calls #lrnchat
21:08 brunowinck @lodtrain I even exit the mail window for hours #lrnchat
21:08 kelly_smith01 RT @JaneBozarth: 4. oldschool searching #lrnchat
21:08 billcush Awesome! RT @lodtrain: @billcush I turn off notifications and check mail 2X a day, great new habit #lrnchat
21:08 write2tg A4) Individual L&D habits that -vly impact: always being in a ‘product-mode’, creating products instead of delivering solutions #lrnchat
21:08 JaneBozarth 4. oldschool searching #lrnchat
21:08 billcush Q4: Cue: Feeling like not doing that report. Routine: Shut Down EMail. Reward: Report done. Enjoy an IPA and a smile. #lrnchat
21:08 urbie #lrnchat A4 Not staying the course happens in L&D sometimes.
21:09 JaneBozarth @odguru oh dear yes voicemail #lrnchat
21:09 soozietwits @brunowinck #lrnchat ::stuffs you into backpack:: fabulous! we’ll work out timing etc after lrnchat
21:09 billcush I dig that. RT @heikan2003: @lodtrain @billcush I actually turn away from my pc & work on my sm table. #lrnchat
21:09 heikan2003 @lodtrain @billcush I actually turn away from my pc & work on my sm table. #lrnchat
21:09 kelly_smith01 Fear of things outside the silo – having silos in the 1st place #lrnchat
21:09 billcush @ljwp @lodtrain Oh….that we never shut down. That’s different! #lrnchat
21:09 SWGLearning @lodtrain Agree. Meetings with High Quantity Input/Low Quality Outcome #lrnchat #meetings
21:10 urbie #lrnchat A4 Speaking of habits, some learned in Navy are cued at odd times. Hearing a certain noise and then looking for my battle station.
21:10 britz A4) newer negative habit – work gets done only on a computer… ever have a power outage. What do people do?? #lrnchat
21:10 kelly_smith01 Scary things –> Cubicles – social media policy #lrnchat
21:10 kregerck #lrnchat I sooo need to start this! @billcush @billcush I turn off notifications and check mail 2X a day, great new habit.
21:10 ljwp Must duck out — time to put the baby to bed. Glad I could pop in for a bit! #lrnchat
21:10 brunowinck lol it’s different RT @billcush @ljwp @lodtrain Oh….that we never shut down. That’s different! #lrnchat
21:10 Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: Q5 What causes someone to change his/her behavior? What if any are the implications for L&D? #lrnchat
21:10 write2tg RT @lrnchat Q5 What causes someone to change his/her behavior? What if any are the implications for L&D? #lrnchat
21:10 lrnchat Q5 What causes someone to change his/her behavior? What if any are the implications for L&D? #lrnchat
21:10 soozietwits RT @kelly_smith01: Fear of things outside the silo – having silos in the 1st place #lrnchat – YES X100!!
21:10 gully1965 A4 #lrnchat Novak – inability to recognize and address gaps in individual’s and organization’s conceptual knowledge maps.
21:10 billcush @ljwp @lodtrain I mean…c’mon…let’s all be reasonable. #lrnchat
21:10 Tracy_Parish Meetings. We don’t need a meeting when a phone call/140 character email will do to make a decision. #lrnchat
21:11 kelly_smith01 RT @vanessaAnorth: Some things we should just stop doing and see if anyone notices #lrnchat
21:11 2be2learn A4 individuals not admitting errors, L&D can improve culture to minimize fear, learn from failures #lrnchat
21:11 kregerck RT @lrnchat: Q5 What causes someone to change his/her behavior? What if any are the implications for L&D? #lrnchat
21:11 urbie #lrnchat A5 Pain. #Owie moments cue up habit makeovers.
21:11 vanessaAnorth Some things we should just stop doing and see if anyone notices #lrnchat
21:11 heikan2003 RT @lrnchat: Q5 What causes someone to change his/her behavior? What if any are the implications for L&D? #lrnchat
21:11 KCASTD RT @lrnchat: Q5 What causes someone to change his/her behavior? What if any are the implications for L&D? #lrnchat
21:11 Quinnovator a5) changing trigger, managing reward (? vainly trying to recall pre-reading message) #lrnchat
21:11 urbie RT @lrnchat: Q5 What causes someone to change his/her behavior? What if any are the implications for L&D? #lrnchat
21:12 kregerck RT @urbie: #lrnchat A5 Pain. #Owie moments cue up habit makeovers.
21:12 kregerck RT @2be2learn: A4 individuals not admitting errors, L&D can improve culture to minimize fear, learn from failures #lrnchat
21:12 jackietrains A5) When the reward isn’t working anymore. #lrnchat
21:12 soozietwits #lrnchat A5 – I’m working on behaviours right now because I’m writing up assignments on soft skills and realise i dont have them!
21:12 kregerck #lrnchat Q5) Too often making a mistake.
21:12 Tracy_Parish Fear often seems to be the greatest motivator but who honestly wants to always experience that just to change habit. #lrnchat
21:12 lodtrain Q5) Changing behavior can come from intrinsic rewards or extrinsic i.e. manager requesting chg #lrnchat
21:12 airlieplane A4) Worst habits aren’t ususally task-based. Allowing distraction, poor focus and negative attitude are habits ripe for change. #lrnchat
21:12 billcush Q5: What causes people to change behavior: A monumental effort of epic proportions. #lrnchat
21:12 britz @lrnchat: Q5 What causes someone to change his/her behavior? What if any are the implications for L&D? #lrnchat
21:12 odguru Q2) Best tips: set to do list the night before so u don’t torpedo ur plan by morphing into doing things that are lower priority. #lrnchat
21:13 urbie #lrnchat A5 L&D needs to listen, watch. Asking the T-POP where it hurts is a start. Being there when they hurt (empathy map) helps a lot.
21:13 soozietwits #lrnchat A5 – that’s where if you run a webine/face-to-face you need to have a long tail afterwards as people integrate the knowledge
21:13 theASIDEblog Just because it worked for years, doesn’t mean it’s current. Habitual loops can be dead ends. #lrnchat
21:13 2be2learn A5 reward risk taking to reach individual and org goals #lrnchat
21:13 kelly_smith01 Q5) Change in behavior should be an affect of poor/ineffective performance #lrnchat
21:13 britz A5) one way behaviors change is when threat arises – impending change. L&D can serve to support #lrnchat
21:13 Tracy_Parish RT @jackietrains: A5) When the reward isn’t working anymore. #lrnchat
21:13 heikan2003 Q5) Practice, feedback, and new reward. We can’t leave the practice piece out of L&D. #lrnchat
21:13 Quinnovator a5) L&D must first be aware of this and other brain realities #lrnchat
21:14 cammybean a5) What causes behavior change? Motivation! #lrnchat
21:14 vanessaAnorth A5) focus on the hook, change that we are excited about is irresistible #lrnchat
21:14 britz RT @Quinnovator a5) recognize how people *really* perform, and scaffold accordingly #lrnchat
21:14 soozietwits #lrnchat A5 – also why I think that modelling/leadership/coaching/mentoring needs to be there to support transformation
21:14 SWGLearning @write2tg @lrnchat A5) Causes: The Lightbulb Moment. Implctns: Link LD outcomes to bhvrl needs.#lrnchat
21:14 lodtrain RT @write2tg: A5) What causes behaviour change? Consequences – both good and bad but mostly bad. We learn most from our mistakes #lrnchat
21:14 billcush Q5: Can L&D help people understand the consequences of not changing and the payoff of changing? Answer lies in there somewhere. #lrnchat
21:14 lodtrain RT @Tracy_Parish: We must find manageable and sustainable rewards that work for those involved. #lrnchat
21:14 gully1965 A 5 #lrnchat awareness that we can’t change others; we can only change ourselves
21:14 Quinnovator a5) recognize how people *really* perform, and scaffold accordingly #lrnchat
21:14 britz RT @lrnchat: Q5 What causes someone to change his/her behavior? What if any are the implications for L&D? #lrnchat
21:14 kregerck RT @britz: A5) one way behaviors change is when threat arises – impending change. L&D can serve to support #lrnchat
21:14 lodtrain RT @heikan2003: Q5) Practice, feedback, and new reward. We can’t leave the practice piece out of L&D. #lrnchat
21:14 write2tg A5) What causes behaviour change? Consequences – both good and bad but mostly bad. We learn most from our mistakes #lrnchat
21:14 heikan2003 RT @jackietrains: A5) When the reward isn’t working anymore. #lrnchat Maybe they stop caring about that reward?
21:14 Tracy_Parish We must find manageable and sustainable rewards that work for those involved. #lrnchat
21:15 soozietwits @urbie #lrnchat – can I find out what T-POP is? I haven’t come across that term before
21:15 billcush Q5: If we teach > Recognize the cue. Begin a new routine. Reward yourself when you do the new routine instead of the old. #lrnchat
21:15 SWGLearning @gully1965 Words of Honesty Gregg. #lrnchat
21:15 Quinnovator RT @cammybean: a5) What causes behavior change? Motivation! #lrnchat < and support
21:15 brunowinck Q5) May be create awareness of such phenomenon as part of L&D itself #lrnchat
21:15 kelly_smith01 RT @cammybean: a5) What causes behavior change? Motivation! #lrnchat
21:16 lodtrain RT @urbie: #lrnchat A5 Remember library card catalogs? Google and other tools replaced ’em. Technology, new ways of knowing change behavior…
21:16 theASIDEblog Change is a good thing, but leadership needs to embrace it. #lrnchat
21:16 lodtrain RT @cammybean: a5) What causes behavior change? Motivation! #lrnchat
21:16 write2tg A5) What causes behaviour change: Positive reinforcement. Personal motivation. Rewards that matter to that individual. #lrnchat
21:16 jackietrains “@heikan2003: RT @jackietrains: #lrnchat Maybe they stop caring about that reward?” They realize their “reward” is actually hurting them.
21:16 urbie #lrnchat A5 Remember library card catalogs? Google and other tools replaced ’em. Technology, new ways of knowing change behaviors.
21:16 soozietwits RT @Quinnovator: RT @cammybean: a5) What causes behavior change? Motivation! #lrnchat < and support YES!
21:16 gully1965 A 5 #lrnchat Focus on designing or redesigning systems in which people operate. Design thinking has some good ideas here.
21:16 airlieplane A5) Behavioural change often starts from within – promote attitude change to encourange behavioural alignment with targets. #lrnchat
21:17 urbie #lrnchat T-POP is target population of learners. In k-12 (I learned at #edcamp) students are Ss, teachers Ts. Terms used interchangeably.
21:17 billcush There’s a place to start. RT @brunowinck: Q5) May be create awareness of such phenomenon as part of L&D itself #lrnchat
21:17 write2tg Yes, ‘consequences’ the way I see it. RT @cammybean a5) Sometimes it’s the stick that causes behavior change. Fear of punishment. #lrnchat
21:17 SWGLearning @billcush Agree. Focus on the WIIFM Payoff. Pleasure/Pain principle – Move Away/Move Towards – Old World/New World – What vs Why #lrnchat
21:17 Tracy_Parish Leadership needs to model it as well. “@theASIDEblog: Change is a good thing, but leadership needs to embrace it. #lrnchat”
21:17 soozietwits @urbie #lrnchat – Occam’s Lazy Razor – less effort wins!
21:17 cammybean a5) Sometimes it’s the stick that causes behavior change. Fear of punishment. #lrnchat
21:17 lodtrain RT @theASIDEblog: Change is a good thing, but leadership needs to embrace it. #lrnchat
21:17 2be2learn A5 read Bridges transitions, neutral phase frozen, must accept ending before new beginning #lrnchat
21:17 TeacherVision How much classroom time do you devote to art and music? http://t.co/QGPMVSrvoA via @Edutopia #edchat #lrnchat
21:17 kregerck RT @Quinnovator: RT @cammybean: a5) What causes behavior change? Motivation! #lrnchat < and support
21:18 urbie RT @lrnchat: Q6 What are some examples of positive peer pressure? Results? Implications for workplace learning? #lrnchat
21:18 write2tg A6) Positive peer pressure = #DEVLEARN!🙂 #lrnchat
21:18 kelly_smith01 RT @lrnchat: Q6 What are some examples of positive peer pressure? Results? Implications for workplace learning? #lrnchat
21:18 cammybean Behaviorism and rats and pellets and dogs salivating at ringing bells. That’s behavior change! #lrnchat
21:18 britz A5) Helping others see their neg routines is key. Trigger and reward remain #lrnchat
21:18 write2tg RT @lrnchat Q6 What are some examples of positive peer pressure? Results? Implications for workplace learning? #lrnchat
21:18 kregerck #lrnchat Q5) Tie their motivation to the desired change.
21:18 lrnchat Q6 What are some examples of positive peer pressure? Results? Implications for workplace learning? #lrnchat
21:18 brunowinck @cammybean Fear of punishment ? Kids, Adults, Distant learners ? #lrnchat
21:18 Quinnovator RT @soozietwits: @urbie #lrnchat – Occam’s Lazy Razor – less effort wins! < I call that the Least Assistance Principle!😉
21:18 theASIDEblog @gully1965 Approaching change should include design thinking. Work backwards from the problem to the solution. #lrnchat
21:19 lodtrain Q6) Positive Peer pressure? Peer rewards work – giving awards to colleagues on team or who you collab with #lrnchat
21:19 jackietrains A6) Being the change you want to see: Model the desired behavior. #lrnchat
21:19 britz Q6) positive peer pressure? Experts modeling constructive behaviors #lrnchat
21:19 Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: Q6 What are some examples of positive peer pressure? Results? Implications for workplace learning? #lrnchat
21:19 kregerck RT @lrnchat: Q6 What are some examples of positive peer pressure? Results? Implications for workplace learning? #lrnchat
21:19 urbie #lrnchat A6 To benefit from positive peer pressure you need to be around positive peers.
21:19 kelly_smith01 RT @kelly_smith01: Q5) Change in behavior should be an EFFECT of poor/ineffective performance #lrnchat
21:19 cammybean a6) Positive peer pressure = modeling a new behavior and showing the positive results/consequences. #lrnchat
21:19 theASIDEblog @cammybean The stick can also cause conformity to keep change at bay. #lrnchat
21:19 soozietwits RT @urbie: #lrnchat T-POP – Thx for that!
21:19 billcush @SWGLearning Yes, I think we could do that much better. #lrnchat
21:19 britz RT @lrnchat Q6 What are some examples of positive peer pressure? Results? Implications for workplace learning? #lrnchat
21:19 CarieBussard Sales reps learn a lot via webinars where they interact with product and experts – asking questions, coaching and practicing skills #lrnchat
21:19 heikan2003 RT @cammybean: a5) Sometimes it’s the stick that causes behavior change. Fear of punishment. #lrnchat I agree but hate that.
21:20 heikan2003 MT @urbie: #lrnchat T-POP is target population of learners. In k-12 students are Ss, teachers Ts. Terms used interchangeably.
21:20 write2tg A6) Social communities, ideators, critical thinkers, experts are all elements of +ve peer pressure. #lrnchat
21:20 urbie #lrnchat A6 It’s old hat by now but SoMe, #edcamp, backchannels have changed how I learn in a profound way.
21:20 2be2learn A6 let someone else do the work, make them accountable, might mean watching them fail a bit #lrnchat
21:20 kelly_smith01 a6) All I know is do not wait for performance review #lrnchat
21:20 lodtrain RT @britz: Q6) positive peer pressure? Experts modeling constructive behaviors #lrnchat
21:20 kregerck RT @cammybean: a6) Positive peer pressure = modeling a new behavior and showing the positive results/consequences. #lrnchat
21:20 cammybean @theASIDEblog Absolutely. In that case ma ybe the stick is really trying to stop behavior change. Depends who’s holding the stick! #lrnchat
21:20 BenFidden A6 Team engagement – peer pressure is vital to ensure all members participate, learn and grow
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21:20 lodtrain RT @urbie: #lrnchat A6 To benefit from positive peer pressure you need to be around positive peers.
21:20 espnguyen @JaneBozarth @anicole87 One of my customers says “We’re not handing out chocolates here. We’re trying to get ppl to quit smoking.” #lrnchat
21:21 kregerck #lrnchat Q6) Getting their peers to model behavior and share tips vs. us telling them what to do.
21:21 BenFidden @lrnchat A6 Peer Pressure and bring people out of comfort zones. We don’t learn, develope or achieve in the comfort zone
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21:21 SWGLearning @TeacherVision @edutopia Groups numbers/data/stats: Present with one picture(stick figure people/ min.three colours). Music (ipod) #lrnchat
21:21 soozietwits #lrnchat A6 – I had one boss who promoted and pushed for his team to get involved with conferences and speaking — I’m still doing that!
21:21 lodtrain RT @write2tg: A6) Social communities, ideators, critical thinkers, experts are all elements of +ve peer pressure. #lrnchat
21:21 KCASTD RT @lrnchat: Q6 What are some examples of positive peer pressure? Results? Implications for workplace learning? #lrnchat
21:21 heikan2003 RT @lrnchat: Q6 What are some examples of positive peer pressure? Results? Implications for workplace learning? #lrnchat
21:21 gully1965 A6 #lrnchat I sometimes wonder if there are positive impacts of peer pressure. The negatives sure outweigh the positives.
21:21 cammybean When does learning a new skill = behavior change? #lrnchat
21:22 urbie #lrnchat A6 At #EdCamp I learned that K-12 educators have similar design, engagement, assessment issues as me. Their approaches are fresh.
21:22 espnguyen Q6) I guilt peers by saying “Our customers are changing the way they work. You want to be behind them?” #lrnchat
21:22 BenFidden @cammybean When the skill is put to work
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21:22 kelly_smith01 Performers should be able to evaluate their own performance and change accordingly #lrnchat
21:22 kregerck RT @write2tg: A6) Social communities, ideators, critical thinkers, experts are all elements of +ve peer pressure. #lrnchat
21:22 britz A6) positive peer pressure is your executives and managers using internal social tools to collaborate & share #lrnchat
21:22 billcush Q6: Not *Do it or else…* but *Do it and you/we can…* #lrnchat
21:22 Quinnovator a6) positive culture; example is Organizational Wellness, uses peers to monitor each other, help address issues #lrnchat
21:23 Quinnovator a6) positive peer pressure is walking the walk: model – sharing, learning out loud, etc #lrnchat
21:23 lodtrain RT @heikan2003: Q6) Positive peer pressure gets people to try new things. #lrnchat
21:23 BenFidden RT @soozietwits: #lrnchat A6 – people who I look up to are positively shaping my habits and actions in line with my own path of desire. I h…
21:23 jbuonora Q4 Knowledge hoarding #lrnchat
21:23 heikan2003 Q6) Positive peer pressure gets people to try new things. #lrnchat
21:23 kregerck #lrnchat Q6) Find ways of showing them they may already know what to do.
21:23 soozietwits #lrnchat A6 – people who I look up to are positively shaping my habits and actions in line with my own path of desire. I hope to do the same
21:24 soozietwits @kelly_smith01 #lrnchat – I disagree – I think its better to see people within their team and their community rather then separate entities
21:24 write2tg Agree!!! RT @vanessaAnorth A6 be enthusiastic, encourage, build confidence in others, it’s contagious #lrnchat
21:24 billcush I don’t want to be behind RT @espnguyen: Q6) I guilt peers “Our customers are changing the way they work. Wanna to be behind them?” #lrnchat
21:24 cammybean @BenFidden “Put to work”? I could just follow a job aid to complete the skill. Behavior change? Or am I just following steps? #lrnchat
21:24 airlieplane A6) Peer mentoring and communities of practice promote good workplace habits and relationships. #lrnchat
21:24 britz how about some more examples? #lrnchat
21:24 SWGLearning @kelly_smith01 What are your thoughts on performers asking for feedback as part of the evaluation? #lrnchat
21:24 kelly_smith01 RT @vanessaAnorth: A6 be enthusiastic, encourage, build confidence in others, it’s contagious #lrnchat
21:24 kregerck #lrnchat Amen! @britz A6) positive peer pressure is your executives and managers using internal social tools to collaborate & share
21:24 vanessaAnorth A6 be enthusiastic, encourage, build confidence in others, it’s contagious #lrnchat
21:24 write2tg Yes, cause it is a safe non-threatening environment. RT @heikan2003 Q6) Positive peer pressure gets people to try new things. #lrnchat
21:24 britz A6) pos peer-pressure? Not sending emails that only say “thank you” …Man! That’s gotta go🙂 #lrnchat
21:24 soozietwits RT @write2tg: A6) Social communities, ideators, critical thinkers, experts are all elements of +ve peer pressure. #lrnchat YES YES YES
21:25 kregerck RT @Quinnovator: a6) positive peer pressure is walking the walk: model – sharing, learning out loud, etc #lrnchat
21:25 urbie RT @lrnchat: QWrap. It’s that time again. Please re-introduce yourselves. Shameless plugs welcome #lrnchat
21:25 heikan2003 RT @kelly_smith01: A6 be enthusiastic, encourage, build confidence in others, it’s contagious #lrnchat
21:25 urbie #lrnchat A6 #designthinking offers a fresh way for L&D to engage learners. Empathy maps, rapid prototypes enable student centered training.
21:25 lrnchat QWrap. It’s that time again. Please re-introduce yourselves. Shameless plugs welcome #lrnchat
21:25 Quinnovator RT @britz: A6) positive peer pressure is your executives and managers using internal social tools to collaborate & share #lrnchat
21:26 urbie #lrnchat awrap urbie delgado, http://t.co/HYibSTgXDL, instructional designer, believer/practitioner of PD on a shoestring via #edcamp
21:26 kelly_smith01 @SWGLearning Depends on circumstance but good if they ask in performance related way – Not simply how did I do? #lrnchat
21:26 billcush And working out loud. RT @Quinnovator: a6) positive peer pressure is walking the walk: model – sharing, learning out loud, etc #lrnchat
21:26 write2tg RT @lrnchat QWrap. It’s that time again. Please re-introduce yourselves. Shameless plugs welcome #lrnchat
21:26 write2tg A6) You can only be positively pressured by peers who matter to you. For this, give your peers a fair chance to show their skills #lrnchat
21:26 billcush RT @lrnchat: QWrap. It’s that time again. Please re-introduce yourselves. Shameless plugs welcome #lrnchat
21:27 Tracy_Parish Nice chat everyone. Thanks. Tracy Parish, ID healthcare. Ontario #lrnchat
21:27 cammybean wrap) Cammy Bean with Kineo. Trying to change my habits every single day! Blogging at: http://t.co/Zr9ih20IRL #lrnchat
21:27 urbie #lrnchat Oh yeah..#ShowYourWork
21:27 vanessaAnorth Thanks for my first chat! I’ll be back, Vanessa from Adelaide & thanks @ActivateLearn #lrnchat
21:27 Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: QWrap. It’s that time again. Please re-introduce yourselves. Shameless plugs welcome #lrnchat < already?
21:27 soozietwits #lrnchat AWrap – Soozie Bea – working to revolutionise the world with collaboration and networking!
21:27 MilnerKempCorp #bones #dwts #glee #gossipgirl #graysanatomy #idol #lrnchat #mlearning @Mayerjs #sharktank #survivor #teachers #theoffice #thevoice #xfactor
21:28 britz RT @vanessaAnorth Thanks for my first chat! I’ll be back, Vanessa from Adelaide & thanks @ActivateLearn #lrnchat / Excellent!
21:28 urbie MT @Sciology: Q2: Do you use technology in your classroom as a method to deliver instruction? #lrnchat check out #rcisdchat
21:28 Quinnovator thanks to new and returning participants for another wise and witty #lrnchat
21:28 kregerck #lrnchat I am hoping to make this my personal new habit! @billcush And working out loud.
21:28 SWGLearning @britz Heard this once: Sending emails only saying “thank you” is like sending somebody a box of chocs, without the chocs inside #lrnchat
21:28 lodtrain QWrap #lrnchat is the best positive habit on Thursdays. Thanks all for the great convos from IT Clickity click training
21:28 billcush QWrap: Bill Cushard. LX Designer and HPT’er. Helping people learn new technologies. #lrnchat
21:28 Quinnovator QWrap) Clark Quinn, working on moving L&D into 21st C, troublemaker, consultant/author/speaker #lrnchat
21:28 britz Mark Britz, Mngr Corp Training in Sunny Syracuse, NY (yes…I’m still thinking positive here) #lrnchat
21:28 kelly_smith01 Qwrap) Thanks everyone – slow connection and slower mind tonight #lrnchat
21:28 cammybean @vanessaAnorth Welcome, Vanessa! #lrnchat
21:28 brunowinck QWrap) Bruno Winck, Software architect @kneaver, Take my survey on “how you learn” at http://t.co/x1yqnHqKm6 (w/ #PLN ques !) #lrnchat
21:29 gully1965 #lrnchat just retired from IBM. Love learning and I’m trying to figure out where to focus – maybe concept mapping for multiple domains.
21:29 write2tg Qwrap: Taruna signing off & thanking her peers for a chance to share and lots to learn. Let’s keep the positive pressure on! #lrnchat
21:30 Quinnovator @billcush absolutely! implied, but worth being implicit about #lrnchat
21:30 jackietrains Jackie Van Nice: Independent elearning designer: Creating, blogging, and striving to show my work. #lrnchat
21:30 kregerck #lrnchat QWrap) Christine Kreger. Empowering learners in Colorado libraries!
21:30 soozietwits @Quinnovator #lrnchat – trouble-makers are my fav people!
21:30 jbuonora Hi I’m John and the L&D dinosaurs are beating me down, but I won’t quit #lrnchat
21:30 BenFidden @lrnchat Ben Fidden – Training Manager, Sydney Australia. Had a great first twitter PLN group chat!
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21:30 billcush @kregerck Me too. I do it by working on documents and projects that everyone in my company and see..in real time. It’s quite cool #lrnchat
21:31 lrnchat Thanks everyone for joining #lrnchat tonight. Look for weekly transcripts at http://t.co/ijNIXq164N
21:31 write2tg Qwrap: The Good Habit > Cue: 5:30 Reminder every thursday, Routine: #lrnchat, Reward: Priceless!🙂