We have more dinosaurs in our house than possibly lived in the entire Jurassic period!! While I love my Son’s creativity after buying them, I know what’s coming next...
“How long was it? How much did it weigh? What is it called?”
Now, unless you're a Palaeontologist, this might require some detective work. Such as looking on the foot for the name. The only issue with this is I can't bloody focus enough to see it! Squinting, I hold the Dino at several distances, but still no luck. I considered doing a crayon rubbing, like I did as a kid on trees. Then I remembered something… Click - Crop – filter - Voilà
It’s a Saurophaganax!
This little incident reminded me that not only do I need to see an optician, but also that there is more than one way to get a desired outcome.
New Trainers know that technology is/will play a large part in L&D now and in the future, but blending this with traditional methods is a skill. The good news is skills can be learnt!
So, whether it’s photographing a word you can’t see on a plastic Dinosaur! Or creating faster responses to your learners needs, having a less than ‘prehistoric’ view of training will enable you to ‘claw’ your way to success.
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Learning doesn't just happen in a training session. It happens all around us! Follow my ramblings and continue to see the world in a different light!