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New Blog Series: Social Learning in the Training Industry?

This is the beginning in a series of blog articles on the topic of Social Learning in the Training Industry.

The goal is to expand the discussion of Social Learning in the Training Industry.  I strongly encourage you to join in the discussion.  Add your ideas, comments and suggestions for new topics.  Within this blog series, we will discuss the following topics – and many more!

  • What is Social Learning in the Training Industry?
  • How does Social Learning compare to Traditional Learning?
  • Social Learning: shifting the paradigm of the traditional learning process
  • What are the processes underlying Social Learning?
  • What is Social Learning in a work environment?
  • What is “Employee Knowledge Value” and why is it important to measure?
  • How can you calculate your company’s “Employee Knowledge Value?”
  • Maximizing the Knowledge Value of Your Employees
  • Will Social Learning replace traditional learning?
  • What are the Trends affecting the need for a Social Learning Process?
  • 25% of Your Workforce Has Been There Less Than a Year…What Does This Mean to Trainers?
  • Learning From Your Employees
  • The Effect of Social Learning on the Attainment of Business Results
  • Stimulating Innovation with Social Learning
  • Pros and Cons of Social Learning
  • Ideas for Implementing a Social Learning Program
  • Social Media and Social Learning – Pros and Cons
  • “Watch Outs” in Social Learning
  • What Do You Know About Social Learning?

About Brownell:  Brownell Landrum is the Founder, Chief Innovation Officer and Inventor of the DrawSuccess Program, a unique program and process of Social Learning for Results.  For more information CLICK HERE.

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