Our next #GuildChat takes place Friday, March 1st at 11am PT / 2pm ET. Our topic for this week’s chat is on Professional Development Today
It’s an exciting time at the Guild. We’ve just launched the DevLearn call for proposals (if your interested in speaking click here to submit) and the Learning Solutions Conference and Expo is happening later this month! With these two in mind, we thought we’d look closer at the changing nature and world of Professional Development. Gone are the days of event-based opportunities alone, today’s professional development comes at us continually and through many mediums. Knowing ourselves is as equally important as knowing where to find quality content to improve our performance.
Join us this week and learn from the community the approaches, the strategies, and the mediums for ongoing professional development people are using. We’ll explore how conferences fit in and how they are changing to meet the changing needs of L&D professionals.
Q1 How do you plan for professional development? What are your considerations? #GuildChat
Q2 With so many options out there, how do you narrow down what you want to focus your professional development on? #GuildChat
Q3 What professional development resources/activities/approaches do you find yourself constantly relying on? Why? #GuildChat
Q4 What role do industry conferences play in your development strategy? Has this changed for you over the years? #GuildChat
Q5 What skills do you think you will need in 3yrs? What’s your plan to obtain them? #GuildChat
Q6. Some people don’t want to be lifelong learners. Why do you think some choose not to actively pursue formal or informal professional development after they enter the workforce? #GuildChat
Q7 Beyond your formal role in L&D, what are some ways you can contribute to other people’s professional development? #GuildChat
Q8 What kinds of professional development activities and resources would you recommend for someone new to L&D who was unsure of how best to build their skills? #GuildChat
Missed this GuildChat? Don’t worry – you can still read through what happened on our Wakelet transcript of the chat!