Becoming A Social Learning Practitioner

SLH cover image“A Social Learning Practitioner is a learning professional who encourages, enables and supports knowledge sharing across their organisation.  He / she is a role model, showing the business what it is to be social, and modelling the new knowledge sharing and collaboration practices.” Jane Hart, Social Learning Handbook 2014

I recently wrote an article for the Training & Development magazine describing some of the activities I have been undertaking as part of the Social Learning Practitioner Programme (SLPP).  You can access the article online here to read about my experiences and why I recommend this program for anyone wanting to use social learning to transform their own professional development or build practices within their business.

To find out more about the SLPP visit http://modernworkplacelearning.com/activities/social-learning-practitioner-programme/

This article originally appeared in Training & Development magazine August 2014 Vol 41 No 4, published by the Australian Institute of Training and Development.

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