The L&D Coffee Briefing: Morality, networking and employer betrayal

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It's that time again where we round up the L&D articles and blogs we've enjoyed the most over the past week.

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below, or feel free to tell us what you've enjoyed reading, watching, or even listening to - we're keen to expand our podcast knowledge!

Developing employees

- To stay relevant, your company and its employees must keep learning (HBR)

 - Employer betrayal: The ultimate change (Serial Trainer) 

- Engagement commodities are ruining your company (Fistful of Talent)

Rethink L&D

- Four myths of social learning (Activate Learning)

- We don't need no acronyms (HRgemblog)

- The morality question (Thinking about learning)

- "Get out of my way and let me learn!" (Con Sotidis, LinkedIn)

Learning innovation

The missing ingredient in L&D innovation (Todd Tauber, LinkedIn)

- The power of personal experience (Robertson Cooper)

The benefits of collaboration and sharing (Trent Rosen, LinkedIn)

Five minute break...

If you have a few minutes to kill while you're waiting for the kettle to boil, we also enjoyed this piece from The Guardian about how to approach networking if, like us, you tend to loiter by the bar, or hang around awkwardly waiting for a good moment to interject during a group conversation.

About Shonette Laffy

Shonette Laffy

Training Zone's chatterbox Deputy Editor - come say hello on Twitter or LinkedIn.

I also write for our sister site HRZone when I'm not reading through your blogs and comments on here. Always happy to hear your feedback and suggestions!


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