A retrospective on what one has learned is a defined, finite, and perhaps censored perspective. A reflection on what one is learning is a broad, ongoing, and candid documentary.
This is fundamentally the purpose of The Avid Doer; a learner’s documentary and insight into the world of work, leadership and career management , but in useful and quick-to-read snippets.
Learning this way, for me, and you as the reader, means that knowledge is absorbed, shared, and transferred in short bursts, thus being able to avoid the long-winded “How to” guidance pieces or deep dives into a single topic to the point of tedium (although my older stuff kinda did that pre-September ’18).
From business psychology to people development; from career management to leadership; and from employee engagement to workplace wellbeing; this is where I shove all my thoughts and discoveries into one spot, refining them into concise and useful titbits of insight for readers (with any luck).
Check out fresh entries on the Journal.
“Become a documentarian of what you do” – Austin Kleon.
I’m an associate member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) and senior HR professional. I’m also an HR writer, careers blogger, international speaker*, hungry learner and documentarian. Oh, and an avid doer, of course.
I live in the Peak District, UK, with my husband. He’s an avid doer too, and an awesome writer.
*I was a speaker once at an international conference, so I’m milking it for all it’s worth
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