“Not every book will be read at the same pace.” It took me a few chapters of Dave Gray’s Liminal Thinking to clue in that..
Ever since I was a child, I have had a mild obsession with helping people bloom, an uncommon excitement for the moment when something is..
I will borrow quote from the The Analects by Confucius to draw a picture, “The (wo)man who moves a mountain begins by carrying away small..
How deep listening and storytelling help organizations thrive Mmaki Jantjies is a dream volunteer, the crème de la crème superstar activist that non-profit organizations and..
E-learning systems are quite common these days. More and more people are turning to free MOOCs (Massive Open Online Course) to expand their skills in..
Listening to and learning from your organizational stories There are many ways in which people learn–some by reading, some by experiencing, some by listening, or..
In his book So good they can’t ignore you, Cal Newport systematically (and often humorously) builds a case against the popular career advice of following..
A series of short interviews with people who are active in fields where collaborative and peer learning play an important role both in the distribution..
Open Badges with Doug Belshaw Jobs and careers are changing, education is changing, many skills seem to have an ever shortening “shelf life.” We need..