Continuing my exploration of evolving workplace learning to performance engineering. I want to share some approaches you can take to create a performance engineer mindset.
Bloody problems, we spend our life trying to avoid them, navigating them and sometimes drowning under them.
Nobody likes problems. But, we all know they are necessary for our growth during the short time we occupy this world. Without problems, I would dare say the world would be a rather boring and un-progressive place.
Here’s the everyday person’s guide to filming and editing videos in (what I think is) a super simple way. Most, if not all these apps can be accessed for free by anyone and the learning curve is pretty quick.
I’m going to cover everything you need to get started and some filming best practice. You can explore the videos below on YouTube for live demos of all the editing parts. And no, these aren’t super detailed and long videos. They are short, snappy and give you the key info you need.
This the second part in my making the most of your collaboration tools for L&D teams. This time we take a look at Slack.
Make sure to check out the first part on making the most of Microsoft Teams, which contains lots of insights and tips on making this a valuable enabler for learning.