Learning Management or Learning Success?
The reality of the classroom.
Everyone needs sales and personal development training. Even you. The challenge is how much and what kind.
With thousands of training options, it's difficult to select the best programs.
I just got an email solicitation telling me to "create a unified approach to learning management."
Huh? What does that mean? Wouldn't it be a better message to suggest "a real-world approach to learning success"? Or am I missing something?
Last time I checked, training and education were all about the learner.
The email meticulously listed every element of current day training, from classroom to mobile app. They left out one small item -- relevant content.
What's your approach to training? What's your approach to learning? What's your approach to education?
The haunting words of Jim Rohn have rung in my ears for more than three decades. "Formal education will earn you a living. Self education will earn you a fortune." And with the state of the economy and training cutbacks, this message is more urgent and relevant than ever.
What's your self-education plan for the next 24 months? Are you learning about sales and success as many hours as you're watching TV? Or are you waiting for the training department to give you new information?
The classroom environment is in total transition. With the maturation of e-learning, and the addition of mobile and tablet (ok, iPad), information is being transferred in new, faster, and better ways. "Just in time" has given way to "on demand."
For the classroom to remain a relevant and vital part of anyone's learning success, several elements must be present -- and beyond the classroom (or in place of …
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Publication information: Article title: Learning Management or Learning Success?. Contributors: Not available. Newspaper title: Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL). Publication date: August 6, 2012. Page number: 32. © 2009 Paddock Publications. COPYRIGHT 2012 Gale Group.