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Webinar: Professional Development for Busy People

Be a savvy professional by creating accelerated learning plans.
Webinar: Professional Development for Busy People
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About The Event

Even though the digital age makes resources widely available, many people struggle with managing their own professional development. One of the perennial challenges is lack of time. It is also sometimes tricky to find resources and activities that are robust and relevant. In the current environment, where skills are rapidly advancing and role changes are frequent, the ability to develop yourself is critical. 

In this interactive session, you'll learn how savvy professionals create accelerated learning plans. You'll be introduced to several approaches for self-development and the kinds of resources and activities associated with each, including research-based recommendations on the elements you should include on every self-directed learning plan. You'll learn what distinguishes an effective, actionable self-development strategy and the skills you need to be a successful self-directed learner. Take away practices and tools that will help you ensure you invest your limited development time in activities that will make a difference. 

In this session, we will explore

         The process and practices of effective self-directed learning, based on research

         Different approaches to self-directed learning, and strategies for each

         Key elements of a successful strategy for advancing your knowledge and skill

         Qualities and skills necessary to manage your own learning and development

We welcome Catherine Lombardozzi as the session facilitator.

Catherine Lombardozzi is a lifelong learning and development practitioner and founder of Learning 4 Learning Professionals. Her work focuses on supporting the professional development of designers, facilitators, faculty, consultants, and learning leaders through coaching, consulting, workshops, and development programs. As an active workplace learning professional with nearly 35 years experience,  Catherine often contributes to professional conferences and journals, and she teaches graduate-level courses in adult learning, instructional design, e-collaboration and consulting.  She is the author of Learning Environments by Design (2015). Catherine holds a doctoral degree in Human and Organizational Learning from George Washington University. Learn more at

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Thursday 9 December 12pm AEDT
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