Two weeks ago, I did an #AMA (Ask Me Anything) and the questions you asked were SO GOOD, I had to do a podcast episode to elaborate on some of them.
In this week's episode of The Overnight Trainer Podcast, I answer:📚 "What resources/books/etc would you suggest for an instructional designer who is interested in leading an L&D department in the future?"
🔨 “Which skills that a transitioning teacher has should be highlighted to make a resume stand out?”
🪜 "How quickly would someone typically be able to move up the ladder in L&D?"
😎 "How many learning styles truly are there?"
💪 "Are there any specific skills needed for an L&D manager/leader? Or are they about the same as any leadership role?"
📝 “How do you market yourself or build your resume so it doesn't look like you only have experience in one field?”
A BIG THANK YOU to Kassie, Christopher, Nawara, Javier, and Stacy, (and everyone who submitted a question) for your incredible questions! This episode wouldn't have come together without y'all!
The post is still live, so feel free to hop on over to LinkedIn to read the rest of the questions, or to submit your own!
Also…I drop all the info for TWO live masterclasses in September…including one for FREE! Make sure to listen to the episode to learn more! 😉
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