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5 things my new Twitter followers should know

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This is a public service announcement for anyone who makes what I think is an AWESOME decision to follow me on Twitter (@JD_Dillon). Everyone uses Twitter a bit differently. Sure, I only have 2,288 followers as of this moment. Those certainly aren’t Jane Bozarth or Justin Bieber numbers. Has anyone …

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How’d you get good at speaking?

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How’d you get good at speaking? That’s probably the best question you can be asked after an 8-hour workshop, right? I’d assume it means you did something right, at least in the eyes of that participant. This inquiry came my way earlier this week during the “any last questions” moment of …

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10 Symptoms of an Unhealthy Learning Ecosystem

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I originally wrote this post for the Mimeo blog … Today’s organizations are more interconnected than ever. Thanks to technological evolution, cross-functional work streams, and considerable value derived from company-wide synergies, our workplaces now closely resemble organic ecosystems. In fact, a single decision made on one side of the organization …