Leading up to #cipdldshow

 

 So today is the annual #cipd Learning and Development Show and I am there with other to:
– Listen
– Learn
– Share
If like me you are on the train and/or eating breakfast you may want some reading to set you up for the day.  
Here are the blogs that have been written so far in the build up to today. 
http://wp.me/p1NUDi-LS here Andrew Jacobs (@andrewjacobsld) talks about autonomous learning and how we as L&D folk ‘square the circle’. It is a great post. 
http://www.kairosml.co.uk/?p=341 In her post, Michelle Parry-Slater (@MIPS1608) gives you some fab hints and tips on how to get the most from your time at the event
http://wp.me/p1sOyC-vW Here the insightful David Goddin (@changecontinuum) shares his wisdom on how he’s approaching the event including the questions he’s interested in finding answers to.  
http://wp.me/p4aPZw-7T in her post Kandy Woodfield (@jess1ecat) shares her personal reflections leading up to the event today
https://helenamery.wordpress.com/2015/04/10/learn-connect-do-the-fringe-networking-event-for-sme-hr-people/ the lovely Helen Amery (@wildfigsolns) talks of her passion for supporting others & the fringe event that she is running that looks fabulous 
https://ddsouzadotcom.wordpress.com/2015/05/11/classroom-learning-and-why-some-organisations-still-need-it/ finally the witty & brilliant David D’Souza (@dds180) gives you an invitation to find and talk with him as well as sharing his view on why (in my words) context is everything.
If you are at the show. Come and find me or anyone else from the #blogsquad we’d love to talk with you. 

 

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