Welcome, @Lessa - The beauty of this “LX party” is that it’s always here - no start/end, so no worries!
Personally, I’m very interested in hearing and learning from your experiences. My confession - compliance is not my area of expertise, but others here can provide insights. What have you learned that works for your corporate community - perhaps gamification? Various ways to manifest? Top leaders showing their ways? Shoutouts?
Welcome Khaled (@KReda)! We’re glad you’re here. Fascinating that you made a switch from technical to L&D/HR. How does that background experience inform your work in L&D?
I made the switch over 15 years ago, and in the Oil and Gas large organization context, it was actually quite good, as it allowed me to be effective AND have cred with my technical stakeholders as I was largely involved with managing technical L&D. I was also lucky being in multinationals as I got exposure to advanced HR practices and systems to save me from becoming just a niche specialist.
That’s so interesting @KReda. It sounds like that background and the opportunity of being in a big company were the perfect confluence of events for your career!
I’m about to start my first pure ID/L&D role for a global NGO. Excited and slightly terrified. I have 26y of HE teaching experience so no spring chicken. I’ve been a Moodle Administrator and created curricula throughout my career. I did a MicroMasters last year in Instructional Design and Technology and University of Maryland along with a LOT of other courses including the fabulous and inspirational LXD course on NovoEd.
I look forward to reading your stories and advice.
Love that you’re embracing the new adventure while bringing your wisdom of learning and teaching along The LX is meant to be a helpful and open community that can support, help, or answer questions as you continue along your professional path. @Roxann @WJRyan @MiguelAranda are a few learning leaders in the LX who immediately come to mind as good resources for you.
And we look forward to reading your stories and success! Welcome @pollywatt !
Hi and a warm welcome Polly! @pollywatt,
Good luck on your new role! The LX Community is a wonderful community of professionals that are incredibly inspirational! Be sure to check out the Book Club page too, and keep an eye open for the live and recordings of the Zoom sessions!
So glad that you are a member of the fabulous LX Community!
Hello all! I’m very happy to connect with this community.
My name is Rony Zarraga, from Caracas - Venezuela and I have been working in the realm of Learning & Leadership Development by nine years, currently more focused on Learning Experiences Designer, a very challenger role, supporting differents functions and areas in organizations.
Learning Experience Design: From Ideas to Impact was a very good experience so I relly know that this community truly have power.
keep in touch [linkedin.com/in/rony-zarraga-48889395]
Excellent! Welcome here. Do you work with a corporation or a civic organization?
Thanks for you feedback. I work for Nstlé as Talent and Org Development Chief vey close to L&D and Leadership Development
Looking forward to hearing your insights about L&D and your global perspective, @Rony
Hi Joe, I’ve worked with Stacy Schroeder here in Ohio and have attended several IMS courses. Great to virtually meet you!
Love your animated graphic!
I know Stacey very well. Glad you have attended some IMS programs. Hope you enjoyed them!
Hello! I am Dena Lerra, Workforce Development Manager at Mass General Brigham in Boston, MA. My team and created and manage the Online College Preparation Program (OCPP), an asynchronous, semi-self paced college prep and career/academic exploration program for entry-mid level employees/adults, on the NovoEd platform. Happy to be here!
Hello, Nice to meet you all. My name is Indra Kusuma, I’m from Jakarta, Indonesia. Currently I’m working as Business & Professional Growth Mentor at Apple Developer Academy. I’m interest to participated into this program because the knowledge will be very helpful for me create engaging learning material for my students who are focusing on learning digital skills for their career. Happy to be connected with the team and get to know more about NovoEd platform.
Feel free to connect with me in linkedin
Hello! My name is Pauline, and I am currently an Instructional Designer. Most of my career has been spent in the happy space between graphic design, e-learning development, and employee engagement. I’m currently accepting applications for a new employer, and I’m hoping to find a company that actively contributes to social justice and equity around the world.
As to a topic I’m most passionate about… that’s tough. I’m almost always researching some random topic or another, usually in order to pick up a new random skill that struck my fancy.
Here’s my LinkedIn profile:
I’ve also got a work portfolio which includes a few fun courses (including an “escape game” style training built in Storyline) and a bunch of other random stuff. I’d love to get feedback if anyone would like to give me a professional portfolio review!
Nice to meet you all, and I’m looking forward to seeing where this community goes!
Hello! I’m Mary Nunn and I’ve been a curriculum designer and instructor in higher education for the last decade. I recently transitioned into L&D full-time, still in higher ed, and am super excited about this next chapter in my professional life. From what I see, the opportunities are limitless in jobs and projects based in facilitating organizational cultural change.
What I love most about this field is the opportunities to learn, grow, and think in systems. I have always been a “big thinker” and finally found a job that allows me to do just that EVERY DAY! I love developing active learning e-learning courses that provide a seamless learning experience for students and faculty. I really look forward to networking with like-minded professionals!
Feel free to view my Linked In profile to learn more about me.
Hello. I’m Barb Sandecki. I am a Senior Instructional Designer with a FinTech company based in Detroit Michigan, USA.
I’m always looking for new ways to create and blend content for learners.