An infographic is featured that shows how professional development can be designed by the teacher to help non-profit professional leaders that are distracted learners. One of the first steps is to take into account you audience and, perhaps, their feelings of being overwhelmed, confused, unexcited, hounded, or apathy for developing themselves professionally.
- If you are designing and leading any type of training, take into account the current context for your participants.
- From a design perspective, one takeaway is to create micro learning opportunities.
- Collaborative overload is the burnout that results from over use of e-mails, meetings and other collaborative tools that have, ironically, limited our ability to get stuff done.
“The state of being in an electronic haze is constantly being chained to your mobile phone — checking social media, news, or your email – as the first thing you do in the morning, too many times during the day, and before bed.”