Entries by Doris Reeves-Lipscomb

Digital Fluency for Success in Work and Encores

Twice in one week.  It’s delightful seeing Lisa in person again.  Last week, her husband’s birthday celebration brought us together.  This week she and I are participating in Encore Connect: Your Roadmap to What’s Next.  Encore Connect is a three-hour interactive session for midlife and older adults to discover, retool, and connect to their next […]

Making Sense of 2015 to Boost Success in 2016

How did 2015 go for you? Was it a good year, bad year, somewhere in between? As you think about what you did last year, what learning gems will enrich your work-life this year? I ask because the seek-sense-share learning cycle Lisa and I follow includes reflecting on our experiences and applying our learning to […]

The Man Who Wrote the Book on Informal Learning

Scrolling through our Twitter feed on Monday, I saw several references to Jay Cross.  Jay wrote the book Informal Learning: Rediscovering the Natural Pathways That Inspire Innovation and Performance in 2006. Jay credited Peter Henschel, director of the Institute for Research on Learning (IRL) with the term informal learning but Jay’s book became the popular go-to reference […]