Aug 19, 2020
This episode is part of the Learning Uncut Emergent series where we talk about rapidly changing business models, and how Learning and Development can support organisations to adapt. Exploring how learning professionals can emerge from disruption as relevant and effective.
The pandemic has highlighted our interconnection as humans everywhere. Yet work does not always feel like an experience that promotes connection and belonging. Working Out Loud (WOL) has the potential to address that while building critical skills for the digital, networked era. John Stepper describes Working Out Loud as a practice where you interact with other people related to a goal that you care about, building your network and developing a sense of relatedness with other people in a purposeful way. In this episode we explore WOL, with Katharina Krentz sharing how it has spread at Bosch and the transformative impact it is having.
Host: Michelle Ockers
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