I’m organizing a workshop that encompasses Harold Jarche’s (and others) framework for working in the 21st century.
The core of this framework addresses the need for workers and organizations to drop their industrial age mindsets about work and align themselves with the skills needed to thrive in the 21st century creative and networked economy.
It’s taken me a long time to think though and make personal sense of the massive changes that are occurring in the workplace and learning environment.
This workshop is my opportunity to present a critically important mechanism for that can guide workers and organizations in their development as 21st Century workers and organizations.
My workshop audience is primarily non profit sector workers and organizations. This includes workers and organizations from these sectors: Employment Training; Housing; Poverty; Health; Consumer Survivor; Education; Outreach; Settlement; Community Development ….and more…
The introduction slides for my workshop are something that I’ve struggled with but lately I’m feeling like I’m on the right track. In that spirit, I am testing out a few of my workshop slides by publishing them. In this way I get a deeper feel for how they sound and how best to present this framework.
Becoming a 21st Century Network Learning Worker/Organization
This workshop presents a framework for you and or your organization to construct a set of lifelong network learning skills such as:
- Discovering a greater sense of meaning and purpose in your work.
- Taking greater control and ownership of your professional and career development skills.
- Creating opportunities for you to Increase your creativity, innovation and networking abilities thereby adding value to any organization you work in now or in the future.