Supporting Social Learning for the 21st Century

  • 13 Nov 2018
  • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Learn iT! 33 New Montgomery St #300, San Francisco, CA 94105
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  • Current Golden Gate Chapter AND National Members
  • East Bay / Sacramento Chapter Members
  • SBODN-South Bay Organizational Development Network
    NSA – National Speakers Association
    BAODN – Bay Area Organizational Development Network
    BAHREC – Bay Area Human Resources Executive Council
    ICF – International Coaching Federation
  • For assigned volunteers, speaker and speaker's guests for this event

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Social learning is how people learn today - through their networks, colleagues, social media and technology. Learning and Development professionals today need to help employees connect to other people, information, and insights within and across organizations in order to be engaged continuous learners and to keep up with industry, job, and organizational changes. This session will introduce the concept of social learning and the skills for becoming a social learner.

According to Jacob Morgan, bestselling author and keynote speaker on the future of work, “...far more valuable than knowledge is the ability to learn new things and apply those learnings to new scenarios and environments...the employee of the future needs to focus on learning to learn.” A primary way people learn today is social learning - through their networks, colleagues, social media and technology. Learning and Development professionals today need to help employees connect to other people, information, and insights within and across organizations in order to be engaged continuous learners and to keep up with industry, job, and organizational changes.

This session will introduce the concept of social learning and the skills for becoming a social learner, including curation, blogging and micro-blogging, building a personal learning network (PLN), and the personal knowledge management (PKM) skills of seeking, sensing, and sharing. We will explore these skills through videos, examples, and activities. In addition, participants will see a demo of a learning website created for staff learning at the University of California Berkeley called the Wisdom Café. http://wisdomcafe.berkeley.edu/

After attending this workshop, you will be positioned to support social learning in your organization in 2 key areas: delivering learning content in new and relevant ways, and enabling managers and employees to learn and share with each other. No prior knowledge or experience is required.

Agenda:
5:30 - 6:00pm   Light dinner and Welcome

6:00 - 8:00pm   Workshop:

  • Introductions
  • Support social learning in your organization
  • Deliver learning content in new and relevant ways
  • Enable managers and employees to learn and share in real-time
  • Final Takeaways and Closing

Who will benefit from this program? 
Talent Development Professionals, CLOs, Diversity and Inclusion and Hiring Professionals, HR and other Human Capital Leaders


PRESENTER:
Inette Dishler is a Senior Talent and Organizational Consultant at the University of California Berkeley. She has over 25 years of experience in learning and development in the non-profit, corporate, and academic sectors. Inette had the vision to create an online site for staff to learn and share with each other, and developed the Wisdom Café for this purpose. http://wisdomcafe.berkeley.edu  She is now the Community Manager and Curator for the site. She has managed the campus leadership development program and teaches supervisory and management development classes and consults to campus departments. She is part of a campus consortium coordinating career development programs and services for staff and was a co-founder of an annual career development conference for staff called NOW (Next Opportunities at Work). She is passionate about learning and helping others learn!

VENUE DETAILS:
Public Transportation (BART, MUNI): Exit the Montgomery station on Market street. Go south of Market on New Montgomery. 33 New Montgomery is the 2nd building on the left. Our location is also very accessible for Golden Gate Transit and many MUNI bus lines.  Please call us for details. Nearby Parking Garages Parking in the financial district can be expensive. We recommend taking public transit, but if you are driving in, here are the locations of the 2 nearest parking garages.

Hearst Parking Center 
45 3rd Street  San Francisco, CA  415.989.4000

Central Parking System 
71 Stevenson Street  San Francisco, CA  415.495.7017

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