- Any career demands a core set of skills to be successful however there are additional skills to be had that support your professional growth outside of your work. Consider the ability to consult, speak in public, leading up, develop others, oversee projects, and collaborate to name a few.
- Your approach to developing outside your industry skills may be strategic or just may happen due to interest like a hobby. What skills outside your field do you find critical as a learning professional? How are you developing these and what do you see on the horizon on those that will be most beneficial beyond those that directly impact your work.
- Join us as we explore the Non-L&D skills need to be successful in L&D!
- — eLearning Guild (@eLearningGuild)Fri, Sep 15 2017 18:04:30Q1. What non-L&D specific skills do you think are especially important for people in L&D to have strengths in? Why? #GuildChat
- — JD 👨🏻💻 (@JD_Dillon)Fri, Sep 15 2017 18:06:19A1) Generally believe a wide range of skills can be applied to most roles based on desired outcome #GuildChat https://twitter.com/eLearningGuild/status/908753407980310528 …
- — JD 👨🏻💻 (@JD_Dillon)Fri, Sep 15 2017 18:07:11A1) You start to get into trouble when you label specific skills as only applicable to a limited group, creates silos #GuildChat https://twitter.com/eLearningGuild/status/908753407980310528 …
- — Anthony Altieri (@aa_altieri)Fri, Sep 15 2017 18:07:32A1) UNDERSTANDING BUSINESS! If you don't understand how a business works, how can you support it? #Guildchat https://twitter.com/eLearningGuild/status/908753407980310528 …
- — urbie delgado (@urbie)Fri, Sep 15 2017 18:07:35
- — urbie delgado (@urbie)Fri, Sep 15 2017 18:08:28#guildchat A3c Doodling is a vital non-L&D skill because someone once said, “The sooner you start the longer it takes.” Make your idea clear
- — Anthony Altieri (@aa_altieri)Fri, Sep 15 2017 18:08:54A1.2) project management Interviewing skills basic financial understanding industry understanding programming... #Guildchat
- — JD 👨🏻💻 (@JD_Dillon)Fri, Sep 15 2017 18:09:39A1) Regardless of field, people should engage in a wide range of work to gain context and sensibility beyond their typical focus #guildchat
- — David Kelly (@LnDDave)Fri, Sep 15 2017 18:09:59A1) Marketing skills. It's one thing to tell people what they need to know; it's another thing to get them to care about it. #guildchat
- — Bianca Woods (@eGeeking)Fri, Sep 15 2017 18:10:35A1 Lingo in other groups. Sometimes the real gap in getting someone on board with an idea is explaining it in their terminology #GuildChat
- — David Kelly (@LnDDave)Fri, Sep 15 2017 18:10:57A1) Personal biases nothwithstanding, I think curation skills are a growing need for training and development professionals. #guildchat
- — Allison Goldthorpe (@AGoldthorpeID)Fri, Sep 15 2017 18:15:56A1) Project management and empathy. L&D's success is almost entirely dependant on inputs from other depts. Keep them happy! #guildchat
#GuildChat for 09/15/17: Building Your Non-L&D Professional Skills
A collection of this week's tweets from #GuildChat