5 reasons your employees aren’t sharing their knowledge

April 22, 2016 JD

I rarely hear someone say … WOW! We have so many people sharing on [insert name of enterprise platform]! Everyone’s problems are getting solved so quickly nowadays! Instead, I hear plenty of … We have [insert name of enterprise platform] at work, but no one really

My #FocusOnLearn 2016 Schedule

May 28, 2016 JD

New event! Not just for me – this one is at least pseudo-new for everyone! The eLearning Guild is trying a new recipe that blends mLearnCon with Performance Support Symposium along with a dash of video to cook up at FocusOn Learning (#FocusOnLearn). I’ll be in Austin (also a first for me)

5 things my new Twitter followers should know

May 27, 2016 JD

This is a public service announcement for anyone who makes what I think is an AWESOME decision to follow me on Twitter (@JD_Dillon). Everyone uses Twitter a bit differently. Sure, I only have 2,288 followers as of this moment. Those certainly aren’t Jane Bozarth or

Pirates + Millennials

May 27, 2016 JD

If you like Disney, Pirates of the Caribbean and/or theme parks, you HAVE TO watch this video … Yes, that’s the new Pirates of the Caribbean attraction set to open with Shanghai Disneyland on June 16, 2016. My mouth was hanging open the entire time when

4 OTHER things I’ll be doing at #ATD2016

May 18, 2016 JD

We’re just a few days away from the biggest conference of the L&D year. I’ve already shared my participant tips and my (rough) personal schedule. But the value of any professional event extends well beyond the scheduled activities. Here are 4 OTHER things I’ll be

My #ATD2016 Schedule

May 8, 2016 JD

Just 2 weeks until the 2016 ATD International Conference & Expo (#ATD2016) begins! Since this is the BIG SHOW for the L&D calendar year, I’m documenting my ICE preparation and experiences on my blog. I shared my 5 tips for making the most of #ATD2016 last week.

How’d you get good at speaking?

May 7, 2016 JD

How’d you get good at speaking? That’s probably the best question you can be asked after an 8-hour workshop, right? I’d assume it means you did something right, at least in the eyes of that participant. This inquiry came my way earlier this week during the

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