first_imgI see it on my own team: People learn in different ways.One of my staffers likes learning from videos and podcasts at her desktop because travel is tricky with a small child. Another was jump-up-and-down excited about taking a massive open online course on Coursera because it was offered by a university she respects. Another stays super current and informed about the CU industry by reading online articles regularly.The variety of preferences my team demonstrates is consistent with trends I’m seeing in the learning design arena. For example, I see discussion about more “vertical development” taking place. That is, more people at all levels of an organization—not just C-suite executives—are striving to learn, improve and lead.In addition, ownership of learning is being transferred from the employer to individual employees. Not surprisingly, research is finding that people’s motivation to grow is highest when they feel a sense of autonomy over their own development, especially as they face business challenges they need to overcome to do their jobs and progress in their careers. continue reading » 1SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more


first_imgSAN JOSE, Antique – In line with the bidof Antique to curb the spread of the coronavirus disease 2019 outbreak, twopersons were arrested for violating curfew hours in Barangay 7. The Police chief ordered his personneland all village officials in this capital town not to negotiate with violatorsbut to arrest them immediately. Indencio and Seacor where the firstpersons arrested in this capital town since the curfew started./PN Clarite, however, added that they willbe pressed with charges for violating RA 151, or the ‘resistance anddisobedience to a person in authority.’ If they are found guilty, they will bepenalized to up to P100,000 and will be imprisoned for not more than sixmonths. Police identified them as PardnerIndencio of Barangay 4 and Ryan Seacor of Barangay Atabay. They were caught ridinga motorcycle around 11 p.m. on March 20. According to Major Benjo Clarite,Officer-in-Charge Chief of San Jose municipal police station, Indencio andAtabay were freed after the curfew hours ended at 5 a.m. the next day. “Walana damo istorya. Dakpon sila dayon,”Clarite said.last_img read more