Our next #GuildChat takes place Friday, June 23rd at 11AM PT/2PM ET. This week’s topic is Applying New Knowledge.
As FocusOn Learning in San Diego comes to a close we reflect on all the great sessions and networking that took place and look to see how we will apply this in our organizations. Members of the Guild are no different. Nathalie Nahai’s keynote on Wednesday in particular revealed many insights on how we can create better value online for the community.
The time to apply new knowledge is usually as quick as you can (we’re all aware of the Forgetting Curve) and we all have our tips and tricks to capture information throughout the experiences but applying, in context, in various ways and levels is what we are seeking to discuss this week on #GuildChat.
So, even if you didn’t attend FocusOn, reflect of those learning experiences you’ve had away from your work and how you began to apply the new knowledge gained when you returned. We’ll see you this Friday and share our own strategies for application.
Q1. What are some of the best ideas you’ve ever picked up at a conference? #GuildChat
Q2. What do you do during a conference or event to keep track of ideas you’d like to try or investigate? #GuildChat
Q3. What are good ways to take ideas found at a conference and translate them to your own work context? #GuildChat
Q4. What barriers to applying new ideas have you encountered and how have you worked around them? #GuildChat
Q5. What can speakers do/do better to help you apply ideas to your own context and continue building your skills after the event? #GuildChat
Q6. What can event organizers do or provide that would help you apply ideas to your own context? #GuildChat
Q7. What tips would you give for getting started on implementing ideas right when you get back to the office? #GuildChat
Q8. How can other people play a part in helping you apply new knowledge back on the job? #GuildChat
Missed this GuildChat? Don’t worry – you can still read through what happened on our Storify of the chat!