- Thu, Nov 16, 2017 04:30 AM
Lifelong Learning Institute,
Latitude: 1.31969, Longitude: 103.892
Overview Multiple studies over the past few years have shown that the workplace can be a really effective, if not the most effective, place to learn. The learning which happens through work and for work (or what we term Learning at Work) is much more effective than learning outside of work. But are we effectively enabling and sustaining effective learning in our organization? “Our prevailing system of management has destroyed our people. People are born with intrinsic motivation, self-respect, dignity, curiosity to learn, joy in learning. The forces of destruction begin with toddlers – a prize for the best Halloween costume, grades in school, gold stars – and on up through the university. On the job, people, teams, and divisions are ranked, reward for the top, punishment for bottom. Management by Objectives, quotas, incentive pay, business plans, put together separately, division by division, cause further loss, unknown and unknowable.” – Dr. W. Edward Deming In other words, “the prevailing system of management is dedicated to mediocrity. It forces people to work harder and harder to compensate for failing to tap the spirit and collective intelligence that characterizes working together at their best.” – Peter Senge, Author, The Fifth Discipline Conducted in a learning circle format, this learning circle equips you with the knowledge and skill to create an informal learning environment to promote the curiosity to learn and the joy in learning whilst maximizing collective intelligence. It benefits your understanding of the art and practice of making your organization one that enables and nurtures learning. Learning circles are recognized as an impactful model for community-led learning. In view of this, Individual Practitioners and Organizations can now be funded at the launch of their learning circle by the LearnNow SG seed fund. Learning Outcome From this learning circle, you will be able to: Identify the “Learning Disabilities1” within your context Recognize the “Laws of The Fifth Discipline1” Self-contextualize the Learning Circle value proposition Putting in place a road map for in-house implementation Initiate the Workplace Learning Circles DIY process 1 credited to The Fifth Discipline: The Art and Practice of the Learning Organization a book by Peter Senge Who Should Attend This programme is for professionals in: Adult Education: trainer, coach, facilitator, educator, assessor, instructional designer Training Management: e-learning specialist, programme manager, training manager, business development manager, education technologist, training consultant Human Capital Management: human resource specialist, learning & development manager, organizational planner, training manager, consultant Anyone in the Training and Adult Education community ho have an interest in exploring workplace learning through learning circles. About the Speaker BP Lim, Chief Innovator, Learning Circles BP brings with him a wealth of experience and knowledge from his 20 years of successes in facilitation, courseware development, instructional design, learning technologies, sales and marketing across APAC, EMEA, India and Americas. BP is the Chief Innovation Officer for Singapore Learning Circle and the Creator of 4R Active Learning methodology for developing effective digital content and blended learning. He pioneered Learning Circles by launching The Art of War by Sun Tze and successfully transforming traditional delivering and legacy content into a lively, engaging and collaborative learning experience. He artfully blends onsite facilitation with digital asynchronous and DIY learning, breaking the barrier of language and geographical constraints in learning. In 2004, BP founded Sales Blueprint®, a boutique sales consulting firm implementing his New Ru!es of Selling - a blueprint for the new generation B2B enterprise sales teams. He received the Most Valuable Facilitator award and multiple accreditations from USA, France, Switzerland and Singapore. BP believes in leveraging learning technologies to connect the dots and make it relevant and a meaningful learning experience. PJ - Prashant Jain, Chief Architect, Learning Circles PJ is the creator of Wiztango.com a platform for digitally facilitating learning circles. PJ collaborates with Practitioners to DIY Community-led Learning via Learning Circles for an initiative funded by the Lifelong Learning Council and Skills Future Singapore. He is an American residing in Singapore with a global background as an entrepreneur and over 25 years experience in business, technology and education management. He founded and successfully managed for twelve years a corporate university for Japanese employees from top global Japanese corporations. About Learning Circles “Singapore Learning Circles” (SLC) is a project funded by the Lifelong Learning Council and Skills Future Singapore. Its goal is to enable and facilitate a national learning model that is by the community with the community. The project is powered by a digital platform so as to better synchronize with the learning styles of our modern society. For practitioners this creates a valuable opportunity to freely experience a blended model and effectively share their expertise with the community. What to Bring Please bring your laptop to enjoy this unique participatory learning experience.