Let’s face it. It’s not only here to stay but social media has swamped our lives, at home just as much as at work. Irrespective of your age or position in the organization, you find yourself pulled into the web of social media. If not to be with the times, or simply to know what is going on, even older people who looked down on Facebook or Twitter as passing fads have had to re-think.
How do you spend your lunch break, that is, if you have one at all? I came across this interesting article in Forbes, Jacquelyn Smith writes on, “16 Things You Should Do During Your Lunch Break.” Read it, it could do you a lot of good.
Have you heard of Big Dog and Little Dog? What do you think a website with such a name would be about? Donald Clark’s site “Big Dog and Little Dog’s Performance Juxtaposition” has been on the internet for 15 years. It has a huge amount of very good material on leadership, training and development, instructional design and knowledge management. I rate this as one of the most useful sites I have come across on performance, learning, leadership, and knowledge. Continue reading