This online resource will help you take charge of your own
continuous self-improvement and self-development.
Intermittent training or studying is no longer enough, you need to be continuously curious and finding things out in a variety of ways and taking advantage of the many different ways of learning now on offer. This resource will show you how to build a daily modern learning habit.
Each of the 50 tasks in this resource should take you 20-30 minutes to complete. You don’t have to work through them sequentially, you can dip in and out as you like. You can share your thoughts with others and see what they have to say too.
Introduction to modern learning
The 5 Tasks in this section will help you find out why it is important to become a modern learner and what it means in practice.
10 Steps to organising and managing a modern daily learning habit
The 10 Tasks in this section will guide you through the process of developing a daily learning habit.
Learn daily on the Web
The 10 Tasks in this section will help you explore different ways to get a flow of daily content from the Web.
Learn from your professional network
The 10 Tasks in this section will help you build a collection of people around you with whom you can interact and learn regularly.
Learn from periodic events and experiences
The 10 Tasks in this section will help you identify other opportunities to learn to supplement your daily learning.
Learn from your daily work experiences
The 5 Tasks in this section will help you get the most our of your day job and your manager.
Note this is one of a series of 3 complementary resources produced by Jane Hart.
Modern Workplace Learning 2020 is aimed at L&D professionals
Grow & Develop your Team: A Guide for Modern Managers for