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Coffee Briefing: M-learning, networking and the loneliness of being a leader

31st Oct 2016
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Another week is upon us, and with it our pick of the most interesting and thought-provoking articles from across the L&D world.

Let us know what you think about the articles we've shared, and tell us what you've enjoyed reading too!

Elearning and tech

- How to design a course using the elearning manifesto (Litmos)

- What do people - not techies, not companies - really think about AI? (HBR)

LinkedIn's Learning platform must add courses about Organizational Design (Dan Croitor, LinkedIn)

- You already know how to build M-learning (you just don't know it yet) (Mike Taylor blog)

Personal development

- Just do the thing (Fuchsia Blue blog)

- Not all feedback is created equal (Ian Pettigrew, LinkedIn)

- Networking: how my perceptions and practice have changed (Rachel Burnham blog)



- 50 answer about the future of work (Sukh Pabial blog)

- The negative power of change (Change Effect)

- Is there any value in offering taster sessions? (The Trainer's Training Company)


- Failure to communicate (Association for Talent Development)

- Do bad guys get ahead or fall behind? (ResearchGate)

- 5 ways to combat the stress and loneliness of being a leader (Forbes)

- Who needs salespeople? (Brian Burns, LinkedIn)


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