Transcript 07-06-2012 – Success – building legitimate confidence

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chat2lrn Welcome to #chat2lrn! Today’s discussion is “Success Building   Legitimate Confidence” http://t.co/k9q7ufBl 14:59:00
tomspiglanin RT @chat2lrn: Welcome to #chat2lrn! Today’s discussion is   “Success  – Building Legitimate Confidence”   http://t.co/k9q7ufBl 15:00:11
dawnjmahoney kellygarber Great opp if you are looking for ID/PM position – see   posting: http://t.co/wlw48EDm (via @edutainmentm) #chat2lrn  #chat2learn 15:00:34
chat2lrn Q0) Please introduce yourself who are you, where are you, what do you   do & what brings you here? #chat2lrn 15:01:11
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megbertapelle RT @chat2lrn: Welcome to #chat2lrn! Today’s discussion is   “Success  – Building Legitimate   Confidence” http://t.co/k9q7ufBl 15:01:23
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sparkandco RT @dawnjmahoney: Twitter Town – pardon tweet storm, I am   participating in #chat2lrn. Join us! me too 15:02:25
lesleywprice Welcome to #chat2lrn! Today’s discussion is “Success  – Building Legitimate Confidence”   http://t.co/oUvTIumd  #chat2lrn 15:02:31
tomspiglanin Good day all in #chat2lrn. Tom from Los Angeles. L&D guy, lover of   most things social, esp. learning. http://t.co/B5NRgoaE 15:02:35
alc47 Q0 Nic Laycock, passionate about success – getting very wet in   Somerset, England
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dawnjmahoney As usual, TweetChat is being temperamental… #chat2lrn 15:02:53
megbertapelle Q0) Meg Bertapelle, Instructional Designer @ Intuitive Surgical in   Sunnyvale, CA. joining crew for talk of success & confidence! #chat2lrn 15:03:07
olliegardener q0) Entrepreneur, social technology geek, dog owner, rock climber..   ehm… etc! #chat2lrn 15:03:09
elearningguy @chat2lrn Q0) Mark Sheppard, Canada. L&D consultant for RCAF.   Finally managed to successfully protect this hour in my schedule! #chat2lrn 15:03:54
dawnjmahoney A0) CPLP; GOOD MORNING Happy to join u fr pretty day in WI, near   Madison. Love to lern! 🙂  #chat2lrn 15:03:56
NixTheNext Q0) Becky Goldberg, ID/Dev’er in Chicago. Good Morning all! #chat2lrn 15:03:59
lesleywprice q0) Lesley Price Membership Services Manager, Learning &   Performance Inst. currently covered in paint 🙂 #chat2lrn 15:04:06
sparkandco Hi everyone, Holly MacDonald, freelance ID on the far west coast of   Canada, where it’s raining 😦 boo. #chat2lrn 15:04:09
megbertapelle @dawnjmahoney yeah, every time! 😛 #chat2lrn 15:04:24
MarniDunning Intro) Hi! Marni Dunning, Instructional Technologist at #MNSU,   Mankato. Here to listen and learn! #chat2lrn 15:04:30
chat2lrn Q1) What do you understand by success analysis? #chat2lrn 15:04:39
megbertapelle @elearningguy woohoo! glad you could make it! 🙂 #chat2lrn 15:04:45
tomspiglanin @lesleywprice Hopefully your project was completed SUCCESSfully!   #chat2lrn 15:04:52
elearningguy @megbertapelle Me too!  and Thx   🙂 #chat2lrn 15:05:07
dawnjmahoney RT @chat2lrn: Q1) What do you understand by success analysis?   #chat2lrn 15:05:07
megbertapelle RT @chat2lrn: Q1) What do you understand by success analysis?   #chat2lrn 15:05:09
niallgavinuk #chat2lrn Q0) Hello, Niall from FirstGroup; late and unprepared as   usual… 15:05:12
lesleywprice RT @megbertapelle: @dawnjmahoney yeah, every time! 😛 #tweetchat   sucks!! #chat2lrn 15:05:13
sparkandco RT @chat2lrn: Q1) What do you understand by success analysis?   #chat2lrn 15:05:16
tomspiglanin RT @chat2lrn: Q1) What do you understand by success analysis?   #chat2lrn 15:05:21
NixTheNext RT @chat2lrn: Q1) What do you understand by success analysis?   #chat2lrn 15:05:28
niallgavinuk #chat2lrn Just going to read the blog first.. 15:05:34
lesleywprice @tomspiglanin: Hopefully your project was completed SUCCESSfully! <   lol!! not finished yet!
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anchalmanocha Hi all in #chat2lrn. This is Anchal from India. Learning professional   and educational technology enthusiast. 15:05:45
megbertapelle Q1) um, analyzing success? 😉 figure out what factors were critical to   make the success happen #chat2lrn 15:05:45
sparkandco I didn’t do my prework (where have we all heard that before?)   #chat2lrn 15:05:46
dawnjmahoney @lesleywprice Pics please? #chat2lrn 15:05:52
lesleywprice RT @chat2lrn: Q1) What do you understand by success analysis?   #chat2lrn 15:05:53
kellygarber thx @dawnjmahoney Great opp if you are looking for ID/PM position-see posting: http://t.co/Nen0CGVS (via @edutainmentm) #chat2lrn #chat2lrn 15:05:56
sparkandco RT @megbertapelle: Q1) um, analyzing success? 😉 figure out what   factors were critical to make the success happen #chat2lrn 15:05:59
npmaven Q0) Debra Beck, Wyoming, adult educator (higher ed, community) focused   on nonprofits & their boards. #chat2lrn 15:06:02
elearningguy RT @chat2lrn: Q1) What do you understand by success analysis?   #chat2lrn 15:06:02
tomspiglanin Q1) Analyzing one’s success helps understand the reasons FOR the   success. Lessons learned don’t only come from failing. #chat2lrn 15:06:04
megbertapelle @niallgavinuk slacker 😉 hehehe no worries, it’s a good fast read 🙂   #chat2lrn 15:06:12
npmaven RT @chat2lrn: Q1) What do you understand by success analysis?   #chat2lrn 15:06:20
lesleywprice RT @niallgavinuk: #chat2lrn Just going to read the blog first.. <   lol! Niall nothing like being prepared 🙂 #chat2lrn 15:06:22
alc47 Q1 Looking to see what went well and pinpointing what caused it – so I   can repeat it #chat2lrn 15:06:31
elearningguy Q1) Don’t we first have to define what “success” means   before we can analyze it? #chat2lrn 15:06:47
megbertapelle RT @tomspiglanin: Q1) …understand the reasons FOR the success.   Lessons learned dont only come from failing. < damn straight! #chat2lrn 15:06:58
npmaven RT @alc47: Q1 Looking to see what went well and pinpointing what   caused it – so I can repeat it #chat2lrn 15:07:04
tomspiglanin Q1) Is your success the result of good planning, good execution, or   dumb luck? Analyzing success is the only way to learn from it #chat2lrn 15:07:16
olliegardener q1) Looking into the reasons how the … that actually worked!! (from   a risk taker’s perspective – I like that feeling) #chat2lrn 15:07:19
lesleywprice q1) Understanding success can help you replicate it in future   #chat2lrn 15:07:24
dawnjmahoney Um…RT @lesleywprice: RT @niallgavinuk: #chat2lrn Just going to read   the blog first.< lol! Niall nothing like being prepared 🙂 #chat2lrn 15:07:31
lesleywprice @elearningguy Q1) Don’t we first have to define what   “success” means before we can analyze it < good point! #chat2lrn 15:07:51
MarniDunning Q1) Look at what worked well and not so well and figure out how to   make the not so well, well. Wordy, oops. #chat2lrn 15:08:00
niallgavinuk @lesleywprice Spinning plates Lesley… #chat2lrn 15:08:02
megbertapelle @elearningguy let’s assume you’ve done that, but if not, then you   prob. won’t know when the project is finished either 😉 #chat2lrn 15:08:03
npmaven RT @tomspiglanin: Q1) Is success result of good planning, good   execution dumb luck? Analyzing success only way to learn from it #chat2lrn 15:08:03
olliegardener @elearningguy so we need to analyse results before we can decide   whether we’re doing a success analysis or a failure analysis? 😀 #chat2lrn 15:08:09
alc47 Q1 Noting that something happened to move things forward – and then   looking at it to see why #chat2lrn 15:08:10
tomspiglanin Q1) Luck isn’t reproducible or reliable. #chat2lrn 15:08:18
sparkandco Q1 Looking at the spectrum of success – what happened, how you felt,   what you did before/after. Is this what we’re talking about? #chat2lrn 15:08:26
60MinutesIMPACT RT @tomspiglanin: Q1) Luck isn’t reproducible or reliable. #chat2lrn 15:08:49
lesleywprice @niallgavinuk:  Spinning plates   Lesley…< I know that feeling well ! #chat2lrn 15:08:53
olliegardener @tomspiglanin if luck = hard work, I’d say it is 😉 #chat2lrn 15:09:10
megbertapelle RT @tomspiglanin: Q1) Is ur success result of good planning, good execution, or dumb luck? Analyzing success only way 2 lrn frm it #chat2lrn 15:09:17
sparkandco Q1 I think there’s also something to approximate success that should   figure into there #chat2lrn – I may not have been entirely successful 15:09:22
anchalmanocha RT @chat2lrn: Q1) What do you understand by success analysis?   #chat2lrn 15:09:26
dawnjmahoney Continuous process improvement means we always look back, right?   #chat2lrn 15:09:29
chat2lrn Q2) What specifically makes you successful in your work? #chat2lrn 15:09:36
sparkandco RT @chat2lrn: Q2) What specifically makes you successful in your work?   #chat2lrn 15:09:46
alc47 @60MinutesIMPACT Success analysis turns luck into skill #chat2lrn 15:09:56
elearningguy @olliegardener Excellent question as always. We need to know what each   side of the argument looks like. #chat2lrn 15:10:00
megbertapelle RT @chat2lrn: Q2) What specifically makes you successful in your work?   #chat2lrn 15:10:07
MarniDunning Q1) Having individuals analyze success in the project then come   together as a team to analyze. Ones success may not be everyones #chat2lrn 15:10:08
olliegardener RT @chat2lrn: Q2) What specifically makes you successful in your work?   #chat2lrn 15:10:13
tomspiglanin RT @marnidunning: Q1) Look at what worked well and not so well and   figure out how to make the not so well, well. Wordy, oops. #chat2lrn 15:10:14
lesleywprice q1) how do you know when sucess is a result of a set of circumstances   that come together at the right time? #chat2lrn 15:10:17
lesleywprice RT @chat2lrn: Q2) What specifically makes you successful in your work?   #chat2lrn 15:10:23
tomspiglanin RT @chat2lrn: Q2) What specifically makes you successful in your work?   #chat2lrn 15:10:30
NixTheNext RT @chat2lrn: Q2) What specifically makes you successful in your work?   #chat2lrn 15:10:34
elearningguy @olliegardener Maybe we just ask “what happened?” and   “what do we do about it?” before categorizing? #chat2lrn 15:10:49
megbertapelle RT @dawnjmahoney: Continuous process improvement means we always look   back, right? << to look forward, don’t ONLY look back! #chat2lrn 15:10:49
lesleywprice q1) also depends how you measure success #chat2lrn 15:10:55
alc47 Q2 Being able to see where progress is being made – and learning from   it #chat2lrn 15:11:03
dawnjmahoney RT @lesleywprice: RT @chat2lrn: Q2) What specifically makes you successful   in your work? #chat2lrn 15:11:15
owenferguson Late to the party! Q1) It’s useful to differentiate between what you   predicted would go well successfully and what surprised you #chat2lrn 15:11:19
kellygarber Q2: consistency, competence …charm. 🙂 #chat2lrn 15:11:28
MarniDunning Q2) Relationships with faculty. Knowing they trust you and respect   your skills is a huge win win. #chat2lrn 15:11:38
AmberandGreene Hi all Greetings, first time actually made it to this chat, hope you   are all well! #chat2lrn 15:11:41
elearningguy @chat2lrn Learning more about what I do and who can help me learn more   <== my keys #chat2lrn 15:11:49
sparkandco Q2 Taking a risk, asking why not, experimenting all have made me   successful. But to be honest, I get by on the gift of the gab too #chat2lrn 15:11:55
NixTheNext Q2) Successful dev is in execution of the design; Evaluating   successful design is harder #chat2lrn 15:11:55
tomspiglanin Q2) What makes success depends on each individual’s definition. Some   find flaws in everything, others nimbly adjust to succeed. #chat2lrn 15:12:01
lesleywprice q2) Understanding the desired outcome #chat2lrn 15:12:11
niallgavinuk #chat2lrn Q1&2) It’s a cliche, but I’ve found that if it isn’t   broken, and is proven to work, probably no need to fix it – improve it maybe 15:12:37
lesleywprice @AmberandGreene Hi…nice to see you here glad you could make it 🙂
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olliegardener q2) enthusiasm, curiosity & stamina usually.. coupled with a lust   for autonomy & adrenaline  🙂   #chat2lrn 15:12:45
megbertapelle Q2) my #PLN 🙂 dedication to using what I learn in the next project,   working fast, and good visual communication skills #chat2lrn 15:12:51
AmberandGreene A2 passion+discipline+knowledge+ experience= success and happiness   #chat2lrn 15:12:55
elearningguy RT @kellygarber: Q2: consistency, competence …charm. 🙂   #chat2lrn  Don’t underestimate   relationship building #charmFTW 15:12:55
dawnjmahoney @megbertapelle Build on success! #chat2lrn 15:12:58
lesleywprice @sparkandco: Q2  But to be   honest, I get by on the gift of the gab too < me too!! 🙂 #chat2lrn 15:13:09
olliegardener @AmberandGreene Welcome! Do join in 🙂 #chat2lrn 15:13:15
megbertapelle RT @elearningguy: @chat2lrn Learning more about what I do and who can   help me learn more <== my keys #chat2lrn 15:13:18
NixTheNext Q2) I think scale comes into play- black/white view of success/failure   means 51% is the threshold! #chat2lrn 15:13:21
alc47 Q2 Doing things that people see as helpful in supporting their   learning and performance #chat2lrn 15:13:29
tomspiglanin Q2) Agility important to success in today’s social workplace. Go with   the flow and react appropriately. Take appropriate risk #chat2lrn 15:13:31
AmberandGreene @lesleywprice Thanks hop you are well, let’s see how today’s chat   plays out! looking forward to it #chat2lrn 15:13:31
megbertapelle RT @elearningguy: RT @kellygarber: Q2: consistency, competence …charm.   🙂 Dont underestimate relationship building #charmFTW #chat2lrn 15:13:35
tomspiglanin RT @dawnjmahoney: @megbertapelle Build on success! #chat2lrn 15:13:42
NixTheNext Q2) Perspective on “success”: What do they call the person   who graduates last in their class from medical school? #chat2lrn 15:13:49
dawnjmahoney A2) Ditto and All of the Above are my responses #chat2lrn 15:13:50
lesleywprice RT @kellygarber: Q2: consistency, competence …charm. 🙂 Dont   underestimate relationship building  <   so true!! #chat2lrn 15:13:53
sparkandco RT @dawnjmahoney: A2) Ditto and All of the Above are my responses   #chat2lrn <what she said 15:14:01
AmberandGreene @olliegardener Thank you, looking forward to today’s chat #chat2lrn 15:14:07
elearningguy @niallgavinuk Other side of coin could be “how might we do this   differently?” If we prove solution still works is that success?   #chat2lrn 15:14:09
tomspiglanin Q2) use all resources to succeed. #chat2lrn 15:14:47
sparkandco Q2 I’m reflecting on whether or not I define success beyond outcome.   #chat2lrn 15:15:00
megbertapelle RT @tomspiglanin: Q2) Agility important to success in todays social   wrkplc. Go w/the flow &react approply. Take appropriate risk #chat2lrn 15:15:01
olliegardener @elearningguy not entirely sure if we need to categorise – if the   point is to learn I mean.. seldom one or the other #chat2lrn 15:15:02
dawnjmahoney @elearningguy I’ll say yes. I ask that question often #chat2lrn 15:15:18
anchalmanocha Q2) Energy, willingness 2 learn, people and customer orientation – key   ingredients of success @ work #chat2lrn 15:15:25
niallgavinuk @elearningguy Agreed; no room for complacency; always room for   improvement, if appropriate and relevant to do so #chat2lrn 15:15:36
kellygarber RT @lesleywprice: @sparkandco: Q2    But to be honest, I get by on the gift of the gab too < me too!!   🙂 #chat2lrn 15:15:37
MarniDunning Q1) what is a success one time may not be the next time. #chat2lrn 15:15:39
tomspiglanin RT @nixthenext: Q2) Perspective on “success”: What do they call the person who graduates last in their class from medical school? #chat2lrn 15:15:44
dawnjmahoney A2)Successful to me is the assoc taking over & DOING it #chat2lrn 15:15:48
KemiYoga A2 What makes me successful in what I do is I know what I want, and   what I want to give to others, which motivates me to achieve. #chat2lrn 15:16:02
lesleywprice RT @tomspiglanin: Q2) use all resources to succeed. < think   effective use of resources critical to success #chat2lrn 15:16:09
dawnjmahoney Me too! We just move on RT @sparkandco: Q2 Im reflecting on whether or   not I define success beyond outcome. #chat2lrn 15:16:09
elearningguy @olliegardener OK, so wouldn’t that put paid to the whole   “success vs failure” topic? 😉 #avocatusdiaboli #chat2lrn 15:16:11
owenferguson Q2) Being passionate about what I do, and the subject domain I work in   helps a lot, I think #chat2lrn 15:16:20
megbertapelle RT @niallgavinuk: #chat2lrn Q1&2) …if it isnt broken, & is   proven to work, probably no need to fix it – improve it maybe < true   #chat2lrn 15:16:38
AmberandGreene What is success that is the question, is it the journey or the   destination? #chat2lrn 15:16:45
tomspiglanin Q2) Success is not always the result of good planning, but the ability   to adjust to obstacles as they arise. #chat2lrn 15:16:48
owenferguson Q2) That, combined with working with people I trust and believe in …   #chat2lrn 15:16:54
megbertapelle RT @owenferguson: Q2) Being passionate about what I do, and the   subject domain I work in helps a lot, I think< definitely #chat2lrn 15:16:59
kellygarber perfect! RT @dawnjmahoney: A2)Successful to me is the assoc taking   over & DOING it #chat2lrn 15:17:01
chat2lrn Q3) Do we bury our successes? Why? #chat2lrn 15:17:06
dawnjmahoney RT @owenferguson: Q2) Being passionate about what I do, and the   subject domain I work in helps a lot, I think #chat2lrn 15:17:15
lesleywprice RT @AmberandGreene: What is success that is the question, is it the   journey or the destination? < good point! #chat2lrn 15:17:19
dawnjmahoney RT @tomspiglanin: Q2) Success is not always the result of good   planning, but the ability to adjust to obstacles as they arise. #chat2lrn 15:17:20
sparkandco RT @chat2lrn: Q3) Do we bury our successes? Why? #chat2lrn 15:17:20
lesleywprice RT @chat2lrn: Q3) Do we bury our successes? Why? #chat2lrn 15:17:31
SaynRainbow #chat2lrn Q2 … Turnover 15:17:36
dawnjmahoney HUGE<<RT @owenferguson: Q2) That, combined with working with   people I trust and believe in … #chat2lrn 15:17:38
dawnjmahoney RT @sparkandco: RT @chat2lrn: Q3) Do we bury our successes? Why?   #chat2lrn 15:17:43
alc47 @tomspiglanin And having the confidence to do it!
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megbertapelle RT @AmberandGreene: What is success that is the question, is it the   journey or the destination? #chat2lrn 15:17:49
NixTheNext RT @chat2lrn: Q3) Do we bury our successes? Why? #chat2lrn 15:17:55
megbertapelle RT @chat2lrn: Q3) Do we bury our successes? Why? #chat2lrn 15:17:59
elearningguy @ElonMusk from @SpaceX has great comments when he talks success vs.   failure abt their space launch efforts.    Look micro and macro #chat2lrn 15:18:03
olliegardener working with others that have different strengths helps too. Someone   to rein me in, look after details, be logical..spellcheck(!) #chat2lrn 15:18:11
dawnjmahoney A3) (Those that know me know this answer) #chat2lrn 15:18:18
dawnjmahoney RT @megbertapelle: RT @AmberandGreene: What is success that is the   question, is it the journey or the destination? #chat2lrn 15:18:22
tomspiglanin In spite of other obstacles! <RT @dawnjmahoney A2)Successful to me   is the assoc taking over & DOING it #chat2lrn 15:18:39
charlesjennings #chat2lrn ‘there’s no success like failure’ (couldn’t resist) 15:18:40
megbertapelle @olliegardener seriously, I SOOO need that too 🙂 #chat2lrn 15:18:50
alc47 Q3 Some would say modesty – I think it is more people do not stop to   identify them and let people know about them #chat2lrn 15:18:52
anchalmanocha Q3) Do we bury our successes? Why? #chat2lrn 15:18:55
lesleywprice q3) in UK we are not very good at celebrating success…media i.e.   press etc. love to dwell on failure 😦 #chat2lrn 15:18:56
sparkandco Q3 Wow, I’m not sure how to answer that question. I don’t think I bury   mine, but maybe don’t celebrate enough #chat2lrn 15:19:03
dawnjmahoney A3) Yes. Why? probably conditioning but also when assoc feel   successful that’s all that matters #chat2lrn 15:19:11
owenferguson Q3) I don’t know about others, but all to often I, and my team, move   to the next thing without reflecting fully on our successes #chat2lrn 15:19:16
KemiYoga A3 Sometimes people bury what they do not truly understand, success is   one of those things. Celebrate your success don’t bury it. #chat2lrn 15:19:20
lesleywprice RT @charlesjennings: #chat2lrn theres no success like failure (couldnt   resist) < nice one Charles 🙂 #chat2lrn 15:19:21
alc47 But does that help us? RT @charlesjennings: #chat2lrn theres no   success like failure (couldnt resist) #chat2lrn 15:19:36
megbertapelle Q3) not sure we bury it, just maybe move on without really examining   or sharing.  We tend to focus on the   negative #chat2lrn 15:19:52
elearningguy Q3) I agree. We are our own worst critics. We often see the   “failures” and accept the “successes” as   “expected” #chat2lrn 15:19:52
megbertapelle @owenferguson exactly! 🙂 #chat2lrn 15:20:10
elearningguy Q3) I don’t think we take enough time to reflect on actions to see   what satisfies us #chat2lrn 15:20:23
MarniDunning Q3) Sadly as most things in life, the negative is noticed more than   the positives. Up to Mgmt to change that – celebrate the good! #chat2lrn 15:20:25
sparkandco RT @megbertapelle: @owenferguson exactly! 🙂 #chat2lrn 15:20:32
dawnjmahoney RT @tomspiglanin: In spite of other obstacles! <<Few of those!   #chat2lrn 15:20:37
olliegardener @elearningguy lol. They go hand in hand. Equal learning opps in   successes as failures.. & reality which tends to sit in between #chat2lrn 15:20:44
alc47 @elearningguy But what is most useful to thiose around us – our   successes or our failurres?
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niallgavinuk MT @elearningguy: Q3) We are our own worst critics. We often see the   “failures” & accept the “successes” as   “expected” agreed #chat2lrn 15:20:52
tomspiglanin RT @chat2lrn: Q3) Do we bury our successes? Why? #chat2lrn 15:21:05
megbertapelle RT @elearningguy Q3) I agree. We R own worst critics. We often see   “failures” & accept the “successes” as   “expected”< YES #chat2lrn 15:21:11
NixTheNext Q3) modesty (true or feigned) & sensationalism of failure. Why   don’t we promote colleagues’ successes? Jealousy, schadenfreude #chat2lrn 15:21:17
AmberandGreene By celebrating  success, no   matter how big or small, it  builds   your confidence/makes it easier to keep pushing to reach ur goals. #chat2lrn 15:21:19
dawnjmahoney Agree/Like next challenge RT @elearningguy: Q3) I dont think we take   enough time to reflect on actions to see what satisfies us #chat2lrn 15:21:35
elearningguy @niallgavinuk Neil Peart talks about this too. When he plays concerts,   he only hears his errors, not the magic he creates #chat2lrn 15:21:51
owenferguson Q3) but I sometimes wonder whether if we weren’t so interested in the   next thing, we’d be as successful. Balance is important. #chat2lrn 15:21:52
lesleywprice MT@NixTheNext: Q3) modesty & sensationalism of failure. Why dont   we promote colleagues successes? Jealousy, schadenfreude #chat2lrn 15:22:06
tomspiglanin Q3) Actually, yes! For personal success, sometimes modesty makes us   bury successes. #chat2lrn 15:22:07
megbertapelle RT @KemiYoga: A3 Sometimes ppl bury what they dnt truly understand,   success is 1 of those things Celebrate ur success dont bury it #chat2lrn 15:22:14
sparkandco @NixTheNext wins the prize for getting the word schadenfreude in   #chat2lrn. 15:22:18
dawnjmahoney A3) Celebration takes many forms too. new shoes, martini, jewelry–   #chat2lrn 15:22:26
FionaQuigs Oops I’m very late. Where are we? #chat2lrn 15:22:26
olliegardener q3) Was taught 2 “sandwich” negative feedback with positive   – funny we tend to swap the 2 when we have 2 give ourselves feedback!   #chat2lrn 15:22:28
NixTheNext RT @elearningguy Q3) We are our own worst critics. We often see the   “failures” and accept the “successes” as   “expected”  #chat2lrn 15:22:33
sparkandco RT @owenferguson: Q3) sometimes wonder if we weren’t so interested in   the next thing, we’d be as successful. Balance is important. #chat2lrn 15:22:56
alc47 @owenferguson We take lots of time to analyse failure – very little to   identify and celebrate success #chat2lrn 15:22:58
dawnjmahoney LOLOL Yep! RT @sparkandco: @NixTheNext wins the prize for getting the   word schadenfreude in #chat2lrn 15:22:58
olliegardener @FionaQuigs Over here!! #chat2lrn 15:23:02
elearningguy RT @tomspiglanin: Q3) Actually, yes! For personal success, sometimes   modesty makes us bury successes. #chat2lrn 15:23:04
MJK60631 RT @chat2lrn: Q3) Do we bury our successes? Why? #chat2lrn 15:23:06
lesleywprice q3) In UK…we very often see US as being much better about   celebrating success…is that the case? #chat2lrn 15:23:08
megbertapelle RT @dawnjmahoney: Agree/Like next challenge RT @elearningguy: Q3) dont   thnk we take enough time to reflect …C what satisfies us #chat2lrn 15:23:11
dawnjmahoney A3) Who focuses on the 1 bad evaluation not the 60 good ones? Anybody?   Bueller? Bueller? #chat2lrn 15:23:29
tomspiglanin Q3) Workplace success should be shared, not buried. But if (want of   better word) jealous coworkers “act out” against it? Bury it   #chat2lrn 15:23:31
lesleywprice @FionaQuigs q3)  do we bury   success? #chat2lrn 15:23:37
megbertapelle @FionaQuigs RT @chat2lrn: Q3) Do we bury our successes? Why? #chat2lrn 15:23:41
alc47 @olliegardener So true – seems that we have to chastise ourselves all   the time #chat2lrn 15:23:45
KemiYoga There is no success like failure. Learn to fail forward, it is one of   the greatest ways to be successful. #quote #quotes #chat2lrn 15:23:48
npmaven RT @tomspiglanin: Q3) Actually, yes! For personal success, sometimes   modesty makes us bury successes. #chat2lrn 15:23:55
npmaven RT @tomspiglanin: Q2) Success is not always the result of good   planning, but the ability to adjust to obstacles as they arise. #chat2lrn 15:24:07
elearningguy @lesleywprice @NixtheNext Sensationalization is what drives celebrity   culture. What are many of these ppl “successful” at? #chat2lrn 15:24:24
FionaQuigs Q3) UK culture doesn’t like the big “I am” #chat2lrn 15:24:27
olliegardener RT @KemiYoga: There is no success like failure. Learn to fail forward,   it is one of the greatest ways to be successful. #quote  #chat2lrn 15:24:28
dawnjmahoney @lesleywprice: Not if u r Norwegian Lutheran   #chat2lrn 15:24:30
tomspiglanin Q3) Anybody feel coworker “jealousy” over success? I have.   #chat2lrn 15:24:43
alc47 Q3 We seem to be better at talking team success than looking at   individual success – too much risk? #chat2lrn 15:24:47
megbertapelle @dawnjmahoney seriously? everyone! 😉 #chat2lrn 15:24:55
sparkandco RT @alc47: Q3 We seem to be better at talking team success than   looking at individual success – too much risk? #chat2lrn 15:25:00
dawnjmahoney @tomspiglanin Sometimes too late #chat2lrn 15:25:00
MarniDunning @lesleywprice I think that depends on the people/company. One of my   past jobs we used 2 celebrate with a day of fun. #somotivating #chat2lrn 15:25:12
alc47 @FionaQuigs But isn’t it more useful to know where to look for skill   than to fumble around in the dark? #chat2lrn 15:25:26
niallgavinuk #chat2lrn Q3) Easier to get recognised by playing it safe than to   innovate and ‘get above yourself’ #culture 15:25:46
megbertapelle RT @sparkandco: RT @alc47: Q3 We seem to be better at talking team   success than looking at individual success – too much risk? #chat2lrn 15:25:51
AmberandGreene Interestingly, sometimes celebrating success openly at work leads to   bullying and harassment at work. #chat2lrn 15:25:53
olliegardener q3) I associate “constructive feedback” with “helpful negative   feedback” – praise is somehow not seen as helpful?  #chat2lrn 15:25:57
SaynRainbow #chat2lrn yes ! same as the Germans, they like to celebrate as us   Brits are  reserved. Hence why we think   Americans and Germans as arrogant 15:26:06
tomspiglanin @dawnjmahoney Q3) If coworkers act out against a success one time,   likely to bury the next time. #chat2lrn 15:26:08
FionaQuigs @alc47 don’t understand what you mean? #chat2lrn 15:26:10
niallgavinuk #chat2lrn Q3) Others more heavily invested in status quo? 15:26:12
elearningguy RT @marnidunning: @lesleywprice …that depends on the ppl/company.   One of my past jobs we used 2 celebrate with a day of fun. #chat2lrn 15:26:12
MJK60631 Q3) Success is not as much overlooked as it is expected. As soon as achievement   is reached, it’s on to the next challenge.    #chat2lrn 15:26:19
megbertapelle RT @alc47: @FionaQuigs But isnt it more useful to know where to look   for skill than to fumble arnd in dark? < find expert help! #chat2lrn 15:26:28
lesleywprice MT @MarniDunning  depends on the   people/company. One of my past jobs we used 2 celebrate with a day of fun.   #somotivating  #chat2lrn 15:26:30
dawnjmahoney @tomspiglanin  True dat   #chat2lrn 15:26:33
NixTheNext @elearningguy Ever heard that ppl in India really think US cats eat   out of crystal? What you see on TV you think is ‘normal’ #chat2lrn 15:26:34
anchalmanocha #chat2lrn Q3) Easier to get recognised by playing it safe than to   innovate and ‘get above yourself’ RT @niallgavinuk 15:26:48
SaynRainbow #chat2lrn but I also need a little managed arrogance to succeed … 15:26:51
elearningguy Also a little cliche, but i figure if I’m learning, I’m succeeding   somewhere now, or maybe in the future #chat2lrn 15:27:02
tomspiglanin MT @olliegardener: q3) I associate “constructive feedback” w   “helpful negative feedback” – praise is somehow not seen as   helpful?  #chat2lrn 15:27:08
AmberandGreene @olliegardener from own experience it is the terminologies that orgs   use that are not helpful, things like constructive feedback. #chat2lrn 15:27:15
alc47 @FionaQuigs Our Brit culture seems to prevent us identifying where   people stand out – so we miss lots of potential #chat2lrn 15:27:28
chat2lrn Q4) Where could we make more of success analysis in our work? #chat2lrn 15:27:44
FionaQuigs @megbertapelle @alc47 By big “I am” I mean people talking   about success #chat2lrn 15:27:45
lesleywprice q3) I used to have a boss that hated the fact that I was successful at   what I did…so she used to pick on small mistakes I made  #chat2lrn 15:27:54
megbertapelle RT @elearningguy: Also a little cliche, but i figure if Im learning,   Im succeeding somewhere now, or maybe in the future< like it #chat2lrn 15:27:56
sparkandco RT @chat2lrn: Q4) Where could we make more of success analysis in our   work? #chat2lrn 15:28:07
NixTheNext RT @chat2lrn: Q4) Where could we make more of success analysis in our   work? #chat2lrn 15:28:13
dawnjmahoney I m there <<Q3) Easier to get recognised by playing it safe than   to innovate and get above yourself RT @niallgavinuk #chat2lrn 15:28:20
tomspiglanin @olliegardener I had such an experience yesterday – was trying to   mentor someone on writing style, saw her retreat. Had to adjust #chat2lrn 15:28:24
MJK60631 RT @chat2lrn: Q4) Where could we make more of success analysis in our   work? #chat2lrn 15:28:25
FionaQuigs @lesleywprice exactly lesley – happened to me too 🙂 #chat2lrn 15:28:29
dawnjmahoney RT @chat2lrn: Q4) Where could we make more of success analysis in our   work? #chat2lrn 15:28:32
elearningguy @nixthenext Hadn’t heard that but not at all surprised. Perception is   reality if you have no other frame of reference, right? #chat2lrn 15:28:36
megbertapelle @anchalmanocha but do you actually get recognized when you “play   it safe”? I don’t #chat2lrn 15:28:37
tomspiglanin RT @chat2lrn: Q4) Where could we make more of success analysis in our   work? #chat2lrn 15:28:44
lesleywprice RT @chat2lrn Q4) Where could we make more of success analysis in our   work?  #chat2lrn 15:28:46
megbertapelle RT @chat2lrn: Q4) Where could we make more of success analysis in our   work? #chat2lrn 15:28:57
sparkandco Q4) Develop success indicators as part of design process …#chat2lrn 15:29:02
NixTheNext RT @sparkandco: Q4) Develop success indicators as part of design   process …#chat2lrn #chat2lrn 15:29:26
elearningguy @lesleywprice Was she “successful” at making you   second-guess yourself? #chat2lrn 15:29:28
FionaQuigs RT @sparkandco: Q4) Develop success indicators as part of design process   …#chat2lrn <yep, define it first 15:29:34
anchalmanocha @niallgavinuk So agree. People consistently do the “right”   things n bury real innovation n success in order to be accepted. #chat2lrn 15:29:34
alc47 Q4 By noticing what people say and do to help progress and pointing it   out so we all learn from it #chat2lrn 15:29:52
lesleywprice RT @FionaQuigs  exactly lesley –   happened to me too 🙂 < she was actually incompetent! #peterprinciple   #chat2lrn 15:30:02
elearningguy RT @chat2lrn: Q4) Where could we make more of success analysis in our   work? #chat2lrn 15:30:13
pattishank Sorry guys. Can I join? #chat2lrn 15:30:18
kellygarber Q4) align results (business objects) closely with design decisions   #chat2lrn 15:30:19
olliegardener @megbertapelle Dont think I ever knew how to  .. so ehm.. no..  #chat2lrn 15:30:21
megbertapelle RT @sparkandco: Q4) Develop success indicators as part of design   process < which will help you measure & prove it 🙂 #chat2lrn 15:30:22
AmberandGreene A4 we helped an organisation introduce TGIM, Thank God its Monday, try   to reduce absenteeism esp after weekend&celebrate success #chat2lrn 15:30:24
tomspiglanin Q2) Make more of success analysis? Do it. Make a point of writing it   down – what went right, how did things change along the way? #chat2lrn 15:30:25
dawnjmahoney Word RT @lesleywprice: q3)used to have a boss that hated that I was   successful …so she used to pick on small mistakes #chat2lrn 15:30:41
lesleywprice RT @elearningguy  Was she   “successful” at making you second-guess yourself? < I learned   how to bypass her! #chat2lrn 15:30:45
tomspiglanin RT @sparkandco: Q4) Develop success indicators as part of design   process …#chat2lrn #chat2lrn 15:30:47
niallgavinuk #chat2lrn Q4) My team and I always do a ‘lessons learned’ session after new work, & template the processes that worked, for future applicatn 15:30:53
dawnjmahoney With you RT @kellygarber: Q4) align results (business objects) closely   with design decisions #chat2lrn 15:30:54
megbertapelle RT @alc47: Q4 By noticing what people say and do to help progress and   pointing it out so we all learn from it #chat2lrn 15:30:54
anchalmanocha Q4) To analyze our strengths and build upon them. #chat2lrn 15:31:05
AmberandGreene what many organisations fail to see is that KSI is not KPI but they   are both linked. #chat2lrn 15:31:14
sparkandco Q4) Are there points in the learning where we can insert reflection   #chat2lrn 15:31:14
alc47 RT @tomspiglanin: Q4)  Do it.   Make a point of writing it down – what went right, how did things change   along the way? #chat2lrn 15:31:16
olliegardener @pattishank *please* do 🙂
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elearningguy @lesleywprice Then you succeeded and she failed. 😉 #chat2lrn 15:31:19
megbertapelle @olliegardener LOL 🙂 I have a hard time playing it safe for long 🙂 I   want to IMPROVE!! #chat2lrn 15:31:39
dawnjmahoney RT @sparkandco: Q4) Develop success indicators as part of design   process<<brilliant! will you? #chat2lrn 15:31:40
lesleywprice MT @AmberandGreene A4 we helped an organisation introduce TGIM, Thank   God its Monday, < Like that one 🙂 #chat2lrn 15:31:57
pattishank q4) Look at the *WHOLE system* that made success happen, not just the   pieces #chat2lrn 15:32:00
alc47 Q4 Helping others to see what they do that is working – in convos,   meetings and in learning interventions #chat2lrn 15:32:09
dawnjmahoney RT @sparkandco: Q4) Are there points in the learning where we can   insert reflection<<Yes! effective! #chat2lrn 15:32:12
tomspiglanin WELCOME!!!!!!!!!! <RT @pattishank Sorry guys. Can I join? #chat2lrn 15:32:12
pattishank @olliegardener THANKS!!! #chat2lrn 15:32:16
elearningguy Q4) I keep thinking of the thermometer metaphor for fundraising. What would   that look like for us? #chat2lrn 15:32:26
MJK60631 RT @niallgavinuk: #chat2lrn Q4) My team and I always do a ‘lessons   learned’ session after new work, & template the processes that worked,   for future applicatn 15:32:31
dawnjmahoney RT @megbertapelle: @olliegardener LOL 🙂 I have a hard time playing it   safe for long 🙂 I want to IMPROVE!!<<help me too? #chat2lrn 15:32:34
olliegardener q4) Stop being so damn shy! Share why u think something worked.   Another’s perspective might help refine the “lesson learned”  #chat2lrn 15:32:37
megbertapelle RT @tomspiglanin: Q2) Do it. Make a pnt of writing it dwn – what went   right, how did things chng along way? < part of process #chat2lrn 15:32:38
AmberandGreene @FionaQuigs @lesleywprice but did you see yourselves as being bullied   in these situations or was it part of orgs culture- accepted #chat2lrn 15:32:43
pattishank RT @dawnjmahoney: RT @sparkandco: Q4) Are there points in the learning   where we can insert reflection<<Yes! effective! #chat2lrn 15:32:46
anchalmanocha @megbertapelle I’d say you’re lucky! Many orgs promote this culture of   “do what you’re told to do”, esp true of Indian companies.   #chat2lrn 15:32:47
elearningguy Gr8 advice, Patti! RT @pattishank: q4) Look at the *WHOLE system* that   made success happen, not just the pieces #chat2lrn 15:33:01
FionaQuigs Q4) Develop CSRs – Critical Success Factors #chat2lrn 15:33:09
megbertapelle @pattishank morning! 😀 #chat2lrn 15:33:12
owenferguson Q4) We regularly test our successes by trying to understand and   replicate them: hypothesis < test < analyse < repeat #chat2lrn 15:33:24
lesleywprice q4) we need to know from the outset what success will look like but   also recognise unexpected success    #biggerpicture #chat2lrn 15:33:24
olliegardener @megbertapelle much more fun. Many more cuts and bruises too.. but   that is part of the game  #chat2lrn 15:33:31
sparkandco Q4) thinking of “balanced scorecard” idea to help assess if   you are on the right track #chat2lrn 15:33:31
megbertapelle @anchalmanocha yes, I def. recognize that I’m lucky 🙂 I used to be at   a co. like that – was miserable!! 🙂 #chat2lrn 15:33:48
alc47 @anchalmanocha even more important in that culture to help people be   aware of what they are doing that is good #chat2lrn 15:33:50
NixTheNext Q4) Evaluate ‘player’ level stats- pitcher can have a no-hitter   (success) in a game the team loses (failure) #chat2lrn 15:33:52
tomspiglanin Q4) Most projects, on analysis, aren’t 100% successful. Every space   launch is scrutinized, even on success. learn from each. #chat2lrn 15:34:01
olliegardener RT @elearningguy: Gr8 advice, Patti! RT @pattishank: q4) Look @ the   *WHOLE system* that made success happen, not just the pieces #chat2lrn 15:34:06
sparkandco RT @NixTheNext: Q4) Evaluate ‘player’ level stats- pitcher can have a   no-hitter (success) in a game the team loses (failure) #chat2lrn 15:34:14
elearningguy @sparkandco Kinda what I was thinking too. But how to boil it down for   the individual? #chat2lrn 15:34:19
NixTheNext RT @lesleywprice: q4) we need to know from the outset what success   will look like but also recognise unexpected success #chat2lrn 15:34:35
dawnjmahoney @sparkandco ooohhh the Rebels shd chat about this!  #chat2lrn 15:34:36
tomspiglanin RT @fionaquigs: Q4) Develop CSRs – Critical Success Factors #chat2lrn 15:34:49
owenferguson Q4) Knowing what went well is only half the battle. Understanding why   and being able to replicate it is the important learning #chat2lrn 15:34:51
lesleywprice @AmberandGreene @FionaQuigs unfortunately accepted by SMT but most   peeps recognised the system was not good! #disfunctionalSMT #chat2lrn 15:35:12
sparkandco RT @dawnjmahoney: @sparkandco ooohhh the Rebels shd chat about   this!  #chat2lrn <I’m in 15:35:28
megbertapelle @dawnjmahoney anytime! 🙂 #chat2lrn 15:35:28
dawnjmahoney @sparkandco (balanced score card idea) Tweet Chat is acting up. No RTs   for me #chat2lrn 15:35:29
pattishank @tomspiglanin Good point about looking at all the pieces. Rarely does   everything go well. Learn from it all. #chat2lrn 15:35:33
owenferguson RT @lesleywprice: q4) we need to know from the outset what success   will look like but also recognise unexpected success  #chat2lrn 15:35:40
megbertapelle RT @owenferguson: Q4) Knowing what went well is only half battle.   Understanding why &being able to replicate is important lrng #chat2lrn 15:35:59
olliegardener RT @anchalmanocha: Q4) 2 analyze strengths & build upon them. <-   so important! I’d say even more so than patch up on weaknesses. #chat2lrn 15:36:14
elearningguy @tomspiglanin Absolutely. There’s a big danger in ignoring something   that works well. You want to repeat that! #chat2lrn. 15:36:19
FionaQuigs @olliegardener @megbertapelle you shy? #chat2lrn 15:36:19
AmberandGreene Success indicators=Communication Effectiveness/Customer   Relationships/Employee Satisfaction/Brand Image/Trust #chat2lrn 15:36:21
alc47 100% agree RT @owenferguson: Q4) Knowing what went well half the   battle. Ustanding why and replicate  is   the important learning #chat2lrn 15:36:29
pattishank @owenferguson Unexpected success can teach us much about our   preconceived notions I think. #chat2lrn 15:36:29
tomspiglanin @pattishank Made earlier point that success often results from   adjusting to mistakes or obstacles along the way. Learn from each. #chat2lrn 15:36:33
lesleywprice @dawnjmahoney @sparkandco (balanced score card idea) Tweet Chat is   acting up. No RTs for me <@tweetchat sucks! #failagain!! #chat2lrn 15:36:46
olliegardener RT @tomspiglanin: RT @fionaquigs: Q4) Develop CSRs – Critical Success   Factors <- develop or “extract” ! #chat2lrn 15:37:13
sparkandco Q4 need to be careful to not dictate what the success conditions are,   it has to come from the learner as well #chat2lrn 15:37:17
pattishank @dawnjmahoney I hate when tweetchat won’t let RT. Have to cut and   paste. 😦 #chat2lrn 15:37:18
elearningguy Q4) Don’t cross the line from “keep your eyes on the goal”   over to “tunnel vision” #chat2lrn 15:37:33
dawnjmahoney @megbertapelle I will hold you to it/Love to!
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niallgavinuk #chat2lrn Q4) Yes, ‘lessons learned’ must include what didn’t work   well, and could have been/should be done done differently or avoided 15:37:44
tomspiglanin @lesleywprice @dawnjmahoney @sparkandco Gave up tweetchat, using   Twitter app. 🙂 Just gotta remember hashtag #chat2lrn 15:37:47
elearningguy RT @sparkandco: Q4 need to be careful to not dictate what the success   conditions are, it has to come from the learner as well #chat2lrn 15:37:56
dawnjmahoney @pattishank Agree #TweetChat #epicfail #chat2lrn 15:37:56
pattishank @tomspiglanin Good lessons there if you are willing to notice and   adjust. #chat2lrn 15:38:03
NixTheNext @lesleywprice @dawnjmahoney @pattishank Got another ‘tweetchat’ site   to try? I’m looking for something else, too #chat2lrn 15:38:05
owenferguson @pattishank definitely – though I’m always keen to be able to   differentiate ‘unexpected’ from ‘lucky’ or ‘one-off’ success #chat2lrn 15:38:07
anchalmanocha RT @owenferguson Knowing what went well is only half the battle.   Understanding y n being able to replicate it is important #chat2lrn 15:38:08
chat2lrn Q5) How can we help people get in touch with their own success?   #chat2lrn 15:38:34
sparkandco Using tweetdeck for #chat2lrn, works well for me 15:38:35
megbertapelle RT @tomspiglanin: Q4) Most projects… arent 100% successful. Every   space launch is scrutinized, even success. lrn frm each #chat2lrn 15:38:40
MJK60631 RT @chat2lrn: Q5) How can we help people get in touch with their own   success? #chat2lrn 15:38:59
NixTheNext RT @chat2lrn: Q5) How can we help people get in touch with their own   success? #chat2lrn 15:39:03
sparkandco RT @chat2lrn: Q5) How can we help people get in touch with their own   success? #chat2lrn 15:39:10
pattishank RT @chat2lrn: Q5) How can we help people get in touch with their own   success? #chat2lrn 15:39:18
AmberandGreene @lesleywprice  @FionaQuigs   unfortunate but common, links2 #bullying at work research we did&speaking   abt this nxt week@ conference #chat2lrn 15:39:22
tomspiglanin @elearningguy Q4) usually an element of “luck” in success.   Risk of failure, but avoided. Analysis help ID and mitigate risk #chat2lrn 15:39:35
megbertapelle RT @niallgavinuk: #chat2lrn Q4) Yes, lessons lrnd must include what   didnt work well, &cld/shld be done done differently or avoided #chat2lrn 15:39:39
olliegardener @FionaQuigs the geek in me 😉 Never been comfortable beating my own   drum…  dont think *that* many r   (they’re just louder 🙂 #chat2lrn 15:39:39
alc47 Q5 Giving them ways of looking to see what they have achieved and most   important, how they did it #chat2lrn 15:39:54
tomspiglanin RT @pattishank: RT @chat2lrn: Q5) How can we help people get in touch   with their own success? #chat2lrn 15:39:54
megbertapelle RT @chat2lrn: Q5) How can we help people get in touch with their own   success? #chat2lrn 15:39:56
elearningguy RT @chat2lrn: Q5) How can we help people get in touch with their own   success? #chat2lrn 15:39:56
MarniDunning RT @anchalmanocha: Q4) To analyze our strengths and build upon them.   #chat2lrn 15:40:14
dawnjmahoney RT @elearningguy: RT @chat2lrn: Q5) How can we help people get in   touch with their own success? #chat2lrn 15:40:19
NixTheNext Q5) Find a mirror and repeat after me: “I’m good enough, I’m   smart enough & doggone it, people like me.” #chat2lrn 15:40:29
elearningguy Q5) Maybe ask them to analyze someone else’s “successes”   first?  Show them what it looks like   from the outside? #chat2lrn 15:40:37
sparkandco RT @NixTheNext: Q5) Find a mirror and repeat after me: “I’m good   enough, I’m smart enough & doggone it, people like me.” #chat2lrn <HA! 15:40:41
alc47 Q5 Telling them how they helped me – either face to face or through   whatever other medium is available #chat2lrn 15:40:56
elearningguy RT @nixthenext: Q5) Find a mirror and repeat after me: “I’m good   enough, I’m smart enough & doggone it, people like me.” #chat2lrn 15:41:07
anchalmanocha @megbertapelle @niallgavinuk very true. A personal analysis of what   didn’t work well helps us learn and grow. #chat2lrn 15:41:10
pattishank Q5) Ask them about lessons learned including what worked well and why   #chat2lrn 15:41:15
megbertapelle RT @NixTheNext: Q5) Find a mirror and repeat after me: “I’m good   enough, I’m smart enough & doggone it, people like me.” #chat2lrn <   LOL 15:41:16
tomspiglanin Q5 Celebrated others’ successes. Ask them what made it work. Often   they want to share, but are modest (or…). #chat2lrn 15:41:28
lesleywprice RT @chat2lrn: Q5) How can we help people get in touch with their own   success? #chat2lrn 15:41:31
dawnjmahoney @NixTheNext You will have to live in my mirror to remind me…   #chat2lrn 15:41:35
olliegardener @megbertapelle @tomspiglanin: Q4) Every space launch’s scrutinized,   even success. <- they will also abort.. ego can often prevent #chat2lrn 15:41:36
tomspiglanin RT @alc47: Q5 Telling them how they helped me – either face to face or   through whatever other medium is available #chat2lrn 15:41:38
FionaQuigs RT @pattishank: Q5) Ask them about lessons learned including what   worked well and why #chat2lrn <Yes the why is often missed 15:41:41
anchalmanocha Q5) How can we help people get in touch with their own success?   #chat2lrn 15:41:43
AmberandGreene Success should be defined first, analyse second and achieved third.   #chat2lrn 15:41:49
megbertapelle Q5) publicly praise others, ask them to share their lessons learned   #chat2lrn 15:41:54
alc47 @elearningguy Grt idea – get them to model success analysis – drive   them for specifics so it becomes replicable #chat2lrn 15:42:20
elearningguy @sparkandco @NixTheNext Let’s not underestimate the value of   self-efficacy. I think that contributes to success recognition #chat2lrn 15:42:21
sparkandco Q5) used the “did well/next time” coaching approach in past   org, which worked well #chat2lrn 15:42:24
dawnjmahoney RT @megbertapelle: Q5) publicly praise others, ask them to share their   lessons learned #chat2lrn 15:42:27
tomspiglanin @alc47 Q5) Yes, be inclusive. Success rarely achieved alone. #chat2lrn 15:42:30
tomspiglanin RT @megbertapelle: Q5) publicly praise others, ask them to share their   lessons learned #chat2lrn 15:42:36
NixTheNext Q5) We’re IDs! That’s what we do- elicit behavior change. The same   approach should be applied to eliciting/owning success. #chat2lrn 15:42:44
alc47 Has real impact – builds confidence RT @megbertapelle: Q5) publicly   praise others, ask them to share their lessons learned #chat2lrn 15:42:48
tomspiglanin RT @pattishank: Q5) Ask them about lessons learned including what   worked well and why #chat2lrn 15:42:51
elearningguy Same wavelengths, you and I RT @megbertapelle: Q5) publicly praise   others, ask them to share their lessons learned #chat2lrn 15:42:53
MarniDunning Q5) Feedback: both positive and constructive. Celebrate the good,   analyze the bad and come up with a plan to tweek #chat2lrn 15:42:56
olliegardener RT @tomspiglanin: @alc47 Q5) Yes, be inclusive. Success rarely   achieved alone. #chat2lrn 15:42:56
lesleywprice q5) the org needs to celebrate success so that people will start   sharing #chat2lrn 15:42:59
niallgavinuk #chat2lrn Q5) Saying “Thanks”; passing on positive feedback;   encouraging reflection; “What was the best bit for you?”; (and the   worst)… 15:43:09
charlesjennings Certainly does, Nic – fail early, fail often, and celebrate small   successes @alc47 But does that help us? #chat2lrn 15:43:13
pattishank Q5) When folks dismiss successes (as they often do), tell them it’s   important to analyze reasons for success so they can replicate #chat2lrn 15:43:14
elearningguy @alc47 Thanks, Nick! I do that a lot when monitoring and coaching   instructors #chat2lrn 15:43:20
dawnjmahoney RT @FionaQuigs: RT @pattishank: Q5) Ask them about lessons learned   including what worked well and why<Yes the why is often missed #chat2lrn 15:43:22
KemiYoga How can we help people get in touch with their own success?  Success is knowing who you are &   fulfilling your destiny. #chat2lrn 15:43:27
megbertapelle RT @elearningguy: Q5) Maybe ask them to analyze someone else’s   “successes” first?  Show them   what it looks like from the outside? #chat2lrn 15:43:28
sparkandco Q5) Also ensure that success differentiates between process and   outcome #chat2lrn 15:43:32
lesleywprice RT @MarniDunning: Q5) Feedback: both positive and constructive.   Celebrate good, analyze the bad and come up with a plan to tweek #chat2lrn 15:43:37
dawnjmahoney RT @olliegardener: RT @tomspiglanin: @alc47 Q5) Yes, be inclusive.   Success rarely achieved alone. #chat2lrn 15:43:38
anchalmanocha Q5) Showing faith in people’s capabilities, and positive reinforcement   of successful behavioral traits. #chat2lrn 15:44:10
tomspiglanin MT @pattishank Q5) When folks dismiss success (as they do), tell them   important to analyze reasons for success so can replicate #chat2lrn 15:44:16
megbertapelle RT @niallgavinuk: #chat2lrn Q5) Saying “Thanks”; passing on   pos feedback; encouraging reflection; “What was best bit for you?”   (& worst)<YES 15:44:20
MarniDunning Q4) thru the yrs I have learned sometimes the little simple things get   high praise where the hard tasks may not. Celebrate all! #chat2lrn 15:44:24
olliegardener q5) make a mark on the chart for each month – or you’ll forget how   short you once was! #chat2lrn 15:44:53
lesleywprice MT @niallgavinuk #chat2lrn Q5) Saying “Thanks”; passing on   positive feedback; encouraging reflection < so true! #chat2lrn 15:45:07
dawnjmahoney A5) I keep thinking of Trust. If it isn’t there in abundance   already/effort won’t ring true. Right? #chat2lrn 15:45:30
pattishank RT @dawnjmahoney: RT @olliegardener: RT @tomspiglanin: @alc47 Q5) Yes,   be inclusive. Success rarely achieved alone. #chat2lrn 15:45:31
alc47 Q5 I have a client who rewards success by providing the next exciting   challenge – really stretching and motivating #chat2lrn 15:45:35
elearningguy @marnidunning Balance blind praise with acknowledgement of hard work   for results, I think? #chat2lrn 15:45:35
megbertapelle @elearningguy totally 🙂 #chat2lrn 15:45:37
MarniDunning Q5) More than anything – acknowledge other people successes. Lead by   example 🙂 #chat2lrn 15:45:38
pattishank RT @sparkandco: Q5) Also ensure that success differentiates between   process and outcome #chat2lrn 15:45:45
sparkandco RT @dawnjmahoney: A5) I keep thinking of Trust. If it isn’t there in   abundance already/effort won’t ring true. Right? #chat2lrn <Right 15:45:45
olliegardener RT @MarniDunning: Q4) sometimes the little simple things get high   praise where the hard tasks may not. Celebrate all! #chat2lrn 15:46:01
MJK60631 Q5) At project completion, ask what went well. Review < Reflect <   Celebrate success. #chat2lrn 15:46:02
lesleywprice RT @MarniDunning: Q5) More than anything – acknowledge other people   successes. Lead by example 🙂 #chat2lrn 15:46:04
KemiYoga A4  Yoga is about helping people   find their own way to achieve what is right for them. This for me is success.   #chat2lrn 15:46:05
NixTheNext Q5) Reward desired behavior; punish undesired behavior. That’s the root,   no matter how dressed up #chat2lrn 15:46:21
lesleywprice RT @elearningguy: @marnidunning Balance blind praise with   acknowledgement of hard work for results, I think? #chat2lrn 15:46:25
tomspiglanin Q5) Success is having @pattishank join #chat2lrn 🙂 15:46:38
megbertapelle @MarniDunning seriously, I get more “WOW”s out of stupid   easy stuff than the hard stuff for sure 😉 #chat2lrn 15:46:40
MarniDunning @elearningguy Totally and completely! #chat2lrn 15:46:42
chat2lrn Q6) How do we assess success in ways that are meaningful to ourselves?   #chat2lrn 15:46:49
megbertapelle RT @MarniDunning: Q5) More than anything – acknowledge other people   successes. Lead by example 🙂 #chat2lrn 15:46:53
lesleywprice RT @chat2lrn: Q6) How do we assess success in ways that are meaningful   to ourselves? #chat2lrn 15:47:09
megbertapelle RT @chat2lrn: Q6) How do we assess success in ways that are meaningful   to ourselves? #chat2lrn 15:47:15
olliegardener RT @chat2lrn: Q6) How do we assess success in ways that are meaningful   to ourselves? #chat2lrn 15:47:18
dawnjmahoney RT @chat2lrn: Q6) How do we assess success in ways that are meaningful   to ourselves? #chat2lrn 15:47:22
dawnjmahoney RT @megbertapelle: RT @MarniDunning: Q5) More than anything – acknowledge   other people successes. Lead by example 🙂 #chat2lrn 15:47:28
alc47 Amen to that! RT @tomspiglanin: Q5) Success is having @pattishank join   #chat2lrn 🙂 #chat2lrn 15:47:30
NixTheNext RT @chat2lrn: Q6) How do we assess success in ways that are meaningful   to ourselves? #chat2lrn 15:47:38
dawnjmahoney Here! Here! RT @tomspiglanin: Q5) Success is having @pattishank join   #chat2lrn 🙂 #chat2lrn 15:47:42
tomspiglanin RT @chat2lrn: Q6) How do we assess success in ways that are meaningful   to ourselves? #chat2lrn 15:47:51
olliegardener RT @sparkandco: Q5) Also ensure that success differentiates between   process and outcome #chat2lrn 15:47:59
MarniDunning @megbertapelle Yep! We can create awesome interactions but if we help   them change the order of their PPTs they are more excited! #chat2lrn 15:48:14
anchalmanocha Celebrate success #chat2lrn 15:48:22
alc47 Q6 When I can see what has been done to help – and others see it as   well #chat2lrn 15:48:25
lesleywprice q6) enjoy it! So often we are down on ourselves that we too often look   for small failures rather than just saying YES! I achieved! #chat2lrn 15:48:27
sparkandco Hey #chat2lrn, I’m sorry I’ve got to go and prepare for a call at the   top of the hour. Good chat today. @NixtheNext is my new chat hero. 15:48:29
owenferguson Q6) Success is often in the eye of the beholder. Understanding what’s   meaningful to ourselves is a first step. #chat2lrn 15:48:52
dawnjmahoney Good one! RT @olliegardener: RT @sparkandco: Q5) Also ensure that success   differentiates between process and outcome #chat2lrn 15:48:56
dawnjmahoney RT @anchalmanocha: Celebrate success #chat2lrn 15:49:02
tomspiglanin Socially. <RT @chat2lrn Q6) How do we assess success in ways that   are meaningful to ourselves? #chat2lrn 15:49:05
tomspiglanin RT @sparkandco: Hey #chat2lrn, I’m sorry I’ve got to go and prepare   for a call at the top of the hour. Good chat today. @NixtheNext is my new   chat hero. 15:49:20
MarniDunning @elearningguy and where is the challenge in that, right?   #loveagoodchallenge #chat2lrn 15:49:27
NixTheNext @sparkandco awww, shucks! That means today’s chat was successful for   me 😉 #chat2lrn 15:49:32
AmberandGreene A5 we do this in coaching session, people assess success in ways   meaningful to them without words, they use images and animations #chat2lrn 15:49:32
lesleywprice @sparkandco Thanks for your contribution …hope to see you in a   couple of weeks -) #chat2lrn 15:49:33
megbertapelle Q6) couch it in the WIIFM – what can I learn/improve/do with this   success analysis? why is it worth my time? #chat2lrn 15:49:37
MarniDunning RT @owenferguson: Q6) Success is often in the eye of the beholder.   Understanding what’s meaningful to ourselves is a first step. #chat2lrn 15:49:39
niallgavinuk #chat2lrn Q6) For me, it’s a physical feeling – when the endorphins   flow. Stick that in your ROI calculation! 15:49:41
megbertapelle @tomspiglanin bye Tom, thanks for joining! 🙂 #chat2lrn 15:50:19
alc47 Q6 When I can see something has happened relative to objectives – then   need to understand how it happened #chat2lrn 15:50:24
olliegardener RT @elearningguy: @marnidunning “blind praise” <- a bit   like shouting “wolf wolf”. When it counts it wont mean much!   #chat2lrn 15:50:25
sparkandco RT @niallgavinuk: #chat2lrn Q6) For me, it’s a physical feeling – when   the endorphins flow. Stick that in your ROI calculation! 15:50:31
dawnjmahoney RT @niallgavinuk: #chat2lrn Q6) For me, its a physical feeling – when   the endorphins flow. Stick that in your ROI calculation! #chat2lrn 15:50:32
megbertapelle @niallgavinuk LOVE it! 🙂 #chat2lrn 15:50:32
dawnjmahoney RT @NixTheNext: @sparkandco awww, shucks! That means todays chat was   successful for me 😉 #chat2lrn 15:50:47
lesleywprice RT @owenferguson: Q6) Success is often in the eye of the beholder.   Understanding whats meaningful to ourselves is a first step. #chat2lrn 15:50:51
elearningguy PERFECT! RT @niallgavinuk: #chat2lrn Q6) For me, it’s a physical   feeling – when the endorphins flow. Stick that in your ROI calculation! 15:50:58
NixTheNext RT @niallgavinuk: #chat2lrn Q6) For me, its a physical feeling – when   the endorphins flow. Stick that in your ROI calculation! #chat2lrn 15:51:05
owenferguson @niallgavinuk our application architect lives for those moments when   everything just works – he calls it ‘coding juice’ 🙂 #chat2lrn 15:51:06
tomspiglanin @megbertapelle Are you ejecting me? Voting me off the island? 😉 Was   saying bye to Holly. #chat2lrn 15:51:16
anchalmanocha RT @niallgavinuk #chat2lrn Q6) For me, it’s a physical feeling – when   the endorphins flow. Stick that in your ROI calculation! 15:51:16
alc47 @niallgavinuk Had client once who refused to measure learning –   genuinely believed it was a life investment for org and indivs #chat2lrn 15:51:21
lesleywprice RT @niallgavinuk: #chat2lrn Q6) For me, its a physical feeling – when   endorphins flow. Stick that in your ROI calculation! < lol! #chat2lrn 15:51:22
MarniDunning RT @niallgavinuk: #chat2lrn Q6) For me, it’s a physical feeling – when   the endorphins flow. Stick that in your ROI calculation! 15:51:31
olliegardener RT @owenferguson: Q6) Success is often in the eye of the beholder.   Understanding whats meaningful to ourselves is a first step. #chat2lrn 15:51:38
MarniDunning RT @megbertapelle: Q6) couch it in the WIIFM – what can I   learn/improve/do with this success analysis? why is it worth my time?   #chat2lrn 15:51:38
megbertapelle oops! that should have been bye Holly! @sparkandco RT @megbertapelle:   @tomspiglanin bye Tom, thanks for joining! 🙂 #chat2lrn 15:51:53
olliegardener RT @niallgavinuk #chat2lrn Q6) For me, its a physical feeling – when   the endorphins flow. Stick that in your ROI calculation! #chat2lrn 15:52:16
tomspiglanin BAM! +++MT @niallgavinuk: #chat2lrn Q6) For me, its when the   endorphins flow. Stick that in your ROI calculation! #chat2lrn 15:52:18
elearningguy I’m with @niallgavinuk on this one. If I get excited about something   new or a new perspective on something old, that does it. #chat2lrn 15:52:21
niallgavinuk @owenferguson ‘coding juice’ < love that! #chat2lrn 15:52:36
AmberandGreene Success is #learning and sharing in #chat2lrn= growth! #chat2lrn 15:52:40
alc47 Q6 Meeting an aim of “being the best I can be” – and seeing   I have done something new towards it #chat2lrn 15:52:59
olliegardener RT @niallgavinuk: @owenferguson coding juice < love that! < +1   🙂 #chat2lrn 15:53:30
alc47 Fabulous – what we are here for!RT @AmberandGreene: Success is   #learning and sharing in #chat2lrn= growth! #chat2lrn 15:53:32
anchalmanocha Q6) Personal success for most people is detached from   “numbers”. It’s usually about how you improved upon your last   performance. #chat2lrn 15:53:37
dawnjmahoney A6) I kind of don’t make a big deal. Do my thing. Plan for next time.   Maybe this is response to an earlier question…yikes  #chat2lrn 15:53:43
MarniDunning Totally agreed!! RT @owenferguson: Q6) Success is often in the eye of   the beholder. #chat2lrn 15:53:46
NixTheNext Q6) My success is hearing my lessons taught back to me. #nothingbetter   #chat2lrn 15:53:52
tomspiglanin RT @MarniDunning: Totally agreed!! RT @owenferguson: Q6) Success is   often in the eye of the beholder. #chat2lrn 15:54:09
MarniDunning RT @NixTheNext: Q6) My success is hearing my lessons taught back to   me. #nothingbetter #chat2lrn 15:54:16
tomspiglanin Yikes! @dawnjmahoney #chat2lrn 15:54:25
lesleywprice RT @NixTheNext: Q6) My success is hearing my lessons taught back to   me. #nothingbetter < like it 🙂 #chat2lrn 15:54:34
owenferguson Q6) Success as I measure it and others measure often differs (interval   vs ext perspective). They’re meaningful in different ways. #chat2lrn 15:54:34
tomspiglanin RT @NixTheNext: Q6) My success is hearing my lessons taught back to   me. #nothingbetter #chat2lrn 15:54:34
dawnjmahoney RT @NixTheNext: Q6) My success is hearing my lessons taught back to   me. #nothingbetter #chat2lrn 15:54:50
megbertapelle @sparkandco @tomspiglanin I got confused 😉 #chat2lrn 15:54:53
dawnjmahoney RT @niallgavinuk: @owenferguson coding juice < love that! #chat2lrn 15:55:03
tomspiglanin @NixTheNext Yes, that is the best, hearing your ideas come back to   you. #chat2lrn 15:55:23
dawnjmahoney @megbertapelle Its OK, I’m always confused. What were you confused   about? #chat2lrn 15:55:30
megbertapelle RT @alc47: Q6 Meeting an aim of “being the best I can be” –   and seeing I have done something new towards it #chat2lrn 15:55:43
chat2lrn QWrap) Chatting is but reflection and action are   better. What is your “take away”from our   chat?  #chat2lrn 15:55:50
megbertapelle @NixTheNext love that 🙂 #chat2lrn 15:56:07
niallgavinuk RT @chat2lrn: QWrap) Chatting is great…but reflection and action   are   better. What is your “take away”from   our chat?  #chat2lrn 15:56:10
tomspiglanin Agree MT @owenferguson: Q6) Success as I measure it and others measure   often differs . Theyre meaningful in different ways. #chat2lrn 15:56:16
AmberandGreene #chat2lrn is my Success Circle=accountability&support community of   like minded individuals committed to accelerated growth. #chat2lrn 15:56:16
lesleywprice RT @chat2lrn: QWrap) Chatting is great…but reflection and action   are   better. What is your “take away”from   our chat?  #chat2lrn 15:56:23
dawnjmahoney RT @chat2lrn: QWrap) Chatting is great…but reflection and action   are   better. What is your “take away”from   our chat?  #chat2lrn 15:56:34
elearningguy RT @chat2lrn: QWrap) Chatting is great…but reflection and action   are   better. What is your “take away”from   our chat?  #chat2lrn 15:56:36
tomspiglanin RT @chat2lrn: QWrap) Chatting is great…but reflection and action   are   better. What is your from our   chat?  #chat2lrn 15:56:42
dawnjmahoney QW) To contact @megbertapelle to coach me 🙂  #chat2lrn 15:57:00
megbertapelle RT @chat2lrn: QWrap) Chatting is great…but reflection and action   are   better. What is your “take away”from   our chat? < ALREADY?? #chat2lrn 15:57:01
tomspiglanin @megbertapelle @sparkandco Apparently we all look alike on the Twitter   #chat2lrn 15:57:16
alc47 My takeaway – we need to shift the balance – all see success analysis   is good – need just to do it! #chat2lrn 15:57:20
anchalmanocha Qwrap) Reflect upon, accept, and celebrate success by making it a   learning opportunity. #chat2lrn 15:57:30
elearningguy Qwrap) I think success criteria need to be variable and evolving.   Definitely a good bl0g topic, methinks #chat2lrn 15:57:45
lesleywprice qwrap) that we need to recognise our own and others successes &   celebrate them more you can climb a mountain with #babysteps #chat2lrn 15:57:56
megbertapelle @dawnjmahoney LOL 🙂 #chat2lrn 15:58:03
tomspiglanin Qwrap) Takeaways: We all define success differently. Be inclusive   sharing success. Ask others to share theirs. #chat2lrn 15:58:07
megbertapelle RT @alc47: My takeaway – we need to shift the balance – all see   success analysis is good – need just to do it! #chat2lrn 15:58:11
dawnjmahoney LOL RT @tomspiglanin: @megbertapelle @sparkandco Apparently we all look   alike on the Twitter #chat2lrn 15:58:16
MarniDunning QW) Celebrate good times, C’mon! Learn to praise more, complain less.   #chat2lrn 15:58:17
NixTheNext Qwrap) Gonna time-block a success brainstorm on a project we’re   closing to wrapping. #chat2lrn 15:58:23
megbertapelle Qwrap) schedule in the reflection (not that I haven’t had this   takeaway before, really need to do it) #chat2lrn 15:58:36
elearningguy Qwrap) I see a big opportunity for HR/OD folks to distill scorecards   down for individual success recognition. #chat2lrn 15:58:42
lesleywprice RT @elearningguy: Qwrap) I think success criteria need to be variable   and evolving. Definitely a good bl0g topic < #goforit #chat2lrn 15:58:46
chat2lrn We are at an end, continue the conversation online:   http://t.co/KV4aL9My #chat2lrn 15:58:50
megbertapelle @tomspiglanin LOL just reading too fast 🙂 #chat2lrn 15:58:51
MarniDunning Q6) Success to me is a feeling of worthiness and respect. #chat2lrn 15:59:00
lesleywprice RT @MarniDunning: QW) Celebrate good times, Cmon! Learn to praise   more, complain less. #chat2lrn 15:59:03
chat2lrn Homework Q) How do we blend learning from success and from failure?   #chat2lrn <- should you blog abt this topic .. we want to know! 15:59:04
pattishank RT tomspiglanin Qwrap) Takeaways: We all define success differently.   Be inclusive sharing success. Ask others to share #chat2lrn 15:59:17
megbertapelle RT @elearningguy: Qwrap) I think success criteria need to be variable   and evolving. Definitely a good bl0g topic, methinks < sweet #chat2lrn 15:59:21
alc47 @NixTheNext What about building success brainstorms into learning   interventions?
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megbertapelle RT @chat2lrn: We are at an end, but don’t fret. Let’scontinue the   conversation online: http://t.co/UzuNmtT5 #chat2lrn 15:59:32
pattishank RT MarniDunning Q6) Success to me is a feeling of worthiness and   respect #chat2lrn 15:59:34
niallgavinuk #chat2lrn QWrap) I need to find out more about balanced scorecards – I   see them referred to often but have never seen or experienced them 15:59:37
dawnjmahoney Qwrap) Do better. Continue to seek #PLN ideas & reinforcement  #chat2lrn 15:59:43
alc47 Grt takeaway for me RT @MarniDunning: Q6) Success to me is a feeling   of worthiness and respect. #chat2lrn 15:59:55
lesleywprice RT @chat2lrn: Homework Q) How do we blend learning from success and   from failure? <should you blog abt this topic we want to know! #chat2lrn 15:59:56
olliegardener RT @pattishank: RT tomspiglanin Qwrap) Takeaways: We all define   success differently. Be inclusive sharing success.  #chat2lrn 15:59:56
NixTheNext RT @chat2lrn: Homework Q) How do we blend learning from success and   from failure? #chat2lrn < time to blog! #chat2lrn 16:00:03
tomspiglanin Qwrap2) Be agile to succeed. Document lessons learned. Socially   analyize successes. #chat2lrn 16:00:06
megbertapelle RT @chat2lrn: Homework Q) How do we blend lrng from success &   failure? #chat2lrn <- should u blog abt this topic, we want to know!   #chat2lrn 16:00:06
anchalmanocha RT @MarniDunning: QW) Celebrate good times, Cmon! Learn to praise   more, complain less. #chat2lrn 16:00:13
chat2lrn Thanks for joining #chat2lrn today! A transcript will be posted on the   #chat2lrn blog at http://t.co/SxIyykqb. 16:00:21
elearningguy Thx to all.  So nice to have the   brain stimulated with new ideas from the #PLN #chat2lrn. 16:00:22
alc47 @niallgavinuk I think you might be disappointed – normally very   mechanical #chat2lrn 16:00:27
lesleywprice @niallgavinuk OMG Balanced scorecard used to be my worst   nightmare…glad to see back of them lol!! #chat2lrn 16:00:30
NixTheNext RT @alc47: @NixTheNext What about building success brainstorms into   learning interventions? <interesting idea! #chat2lrn 16:00:32
AmberandGreene Thank you all. Go and be ‘successful’ #chat2lrn 16:00:38
lesleywprice RT @chat2lrn: Thanks for joining #chat2lrn today! A transcript will be   posted on the #chat2lrn blog at http://t.co/vds2whBw. #chat2lrn 16:00:43
megbertapelle RT @MarniDunning: Q6) Success to me is a feeling of worthiness and   respect. < awesome #chat2lrn 16:01:05
tomspiglanin Homework? <Oh all right… RT @chat2lrn: Homework Q) How do we   blend learning from success and from failure? #chat2lrn  #chat2lrn 16:01:08
pattishank Great ideas… thanks! #chat2lrn 16:01:14
niallgavinuk #chat2lrn QWrap) …and on a less practical level, seek to achieve   that gut feel endorphin rush more often than I do 16:01:15
owenferguson Qwrap) Can’t help but ponder on whether we manage to capture the   ’emotional feeling’ of success in success criteria #chat2lrn 16:01:22
megbertapelle RT @elearningguy: Thx to all.    So nice to have the brain stimulated with new ideas from the #PLN <   so true 🙂 #chat2lrn 16:01:34
megbertapelle RT @chat2lrn: Thanks for joining #chat2lrn today! A transcript will be   posted on the #chat2lrn blog at http://t.co/Kwjhdq0B. #chat2lrn 16:01:44
alc47 Thanks everyone – I really feel good having looked at positive things   today #chat2lrn 16:01:48
lesleywprice RT @AmberandGreene: Thank you all. Go and be successful < hope you   enjoyed the chat today 🙂 #chat2lrn 16:01:54
megbertapelle RT @AmberandGreene: Thank you all. Go and be successful < you too!   🙂 #chat2lrn 16:02:12
pattishank @dawnjmahoney @tomspiglanin Too nice… thanks SOOOOOO much!!!   #chat2lrn 16:02:16
olliegardener Thanks to all! Great chat – again! 🙂 #chat2lrn 16:02:19
niallgavinuk @lesleywprice @alc47 That’s what I suspected, but intrigued to find   out more and/or lay the ghost; thanks #chat2lrn 16:02:26
NixTheNext @lesleywprice shameless plug/promotion time? 😉 #chat2lrn 16:02:30
lesleywprice RT @owenferguson: Qwrap) Cant help but ponder on whether we manage to   capture emotional feeling of success < interesting thought #chat2lrn 16:02:38
pattishank Sorry for being late! Having a difficult time with time! #chat2lrn 16:02:43
lesleywprice Great chat folks…catch you again in a couple of weeks 🙂 #chat2lrn 16:03:06
owenferguson @niallgavinuk Is that less practical? Maybe it’s less easy, but   possibly more important? #chat2lrn 16:03:14
olliegardener RT @tomspiglanin: Homework? Oh all right… RT @chat2lrn: Homework Q)   How do we blend learning from success & failure? #chat2lrn  #chat2lrn 16:03:19
MarniDunning RT @megbertapelle: RT @AmberandGreene: Thank you all. Go and be   successful < you too! 🙂 #chat2lrn 16:03:24
megbertapelle RT @pattishank: Sorry for being late! Having a difficult time with   time! < you are SO my friend…. 😉 #chat2lrn 16:03:32
pattishank @owenferguson REALLY good point. #chat2lrn 16:03:33
olliegardener @pattishank time is giving me a lot of grief too..  lol 🙂 #chat2lrn 16:04:10
pattishank @owenferguson and Wonder whether we support people through failure so they’ll   go on to succed, too #chat2lrn 16:04:27
pattishank (I started late so I’m not stopping) #chat2lrn 16:04:55
niallgavinuk @owenferguson ..and more rewarding! #chat2lrn 16:05:26
niallgavinuk #chat2lrn That’s tomorrow’s # FFs taken care of then… thanks all,   bfn! 16:05:34
pattishank @olliegardener Sorry to hear that. Start a support group? (We’ll both   be late…? :-D) #chat2lrn 16:05:36
owenferguson @pattishank we really should reclaim the word ‘failure’ – it’s been   adopted by all the most negative people up ’till now #chat2lrn 16:06:08
pattishank ok, I’ll stop 🙂 #chat2lrn 16:06:11
tomspiglanin Ooooooh! Captive audience in @pattishank ! #chat2lrn Today planning   conferences next year, trying to get on the circuit as much as I can. 16:06:12
pattishank @owenferguson yep, got it. New word? #chat2lrn 16:06:44
pattishank @tomspiglanin which conferences? #chat2lrn 16:07:20
olliegardener @pattishank In NZ I was giving friends different “starting”   times 4 parties, so they’d arrive @ the same time. That’s what I need!   #chat2lrn 16:11:30
tomspiglanin @MarniDunning @NixTheNext Nice meeting/chatting in #chat2lrn! 16:12:22
megbertapelle @olliegardener LOL 🙂 #chat2lrn 16:12:26
owenferguson @pattishank do we need a new word? Maybe we just need to take it back   and start using it in a more positive light more often? #chat2lrn 16:12:48
megbertapelle @tomspiglanin I really liked DevLearn when I went 🙂 #chat2lrn 16:12:58
owenferguson Thanks all for another stimulating chat! #chat2lrn 16:13:14
MarniDunning You too!! RT@tomspiglanin
@MarniDunning @NixTheNext Nice meeting/chatting in #chat2lrn!
16:13:34
MarniDunning So did I plus it’s in Vegas!    RT@megbertapelle
@tomspiglanin I really liked #DevLearn when I went 🙂 #chat2lrn
16:14:13
dawnjmahoney #chat2lrn Thanks EVERYONE so much for great convo & thoughts   today! 16:16:23
megbertapelle @MarniDunning @tomspiglanin HOPEFULLY I can go again this year, but   probably not, already went to ASTD this year. #chat2lrn 16:20:56
olliegardener Tnx 2 @AmberandGreene @SaynRainbow @elearningguy @megbertapelle @alc47   @tomspiglanin 4 gr8t conversations & mentions at #chat2lrn today 🙂 16:39:21
elearningguy @olliegardener @amberandgreene @saynrainbow @megbertapelle @alc47   @tomspiglanin Always a pleasure to exchange ideas! #chat2lrn 16:58:39
megbertapelle it was gr8! Thx! RT @olliegardener: Tnx 2 @AmberandGreene @SaynRainbow   @elearningguy @alc47 @tomspiglanin 4 gr8t conversations #chat2lrn 18:10:47
npmaven @peoplegogy Most of my ADED interactions occur here, in chats.   #lrnchat, #chat2lrn #swchat especially. 18:16:18
peoplegogy Looking to connect with adult educators #chat2lrn #swchat 18:40:28
elearningguy @peoplegogy Happy to share whatever I can.  Lots of good connections through #chat2lrn   and #lrnchat 19:07:45
MarniDunning @tomspiglanin @megbertapelle No #DevLearn for me either, #D2L and   #Educause instead. I look forward to more #chat2lrn with you! 🙂 19:09:07
megbertapelle @elearningguy very true – I met most of my lovely tweeps via chats! 🙂   #chat2lrn 20:02:34
pattishank @tomspiglanin Most Guild attendees are corp practitioners/managers.   Need practical information. LOVE what you share at #chat2lrn. 20:07:06
sparkandco RT@dawnjmahoney: LOL RT @tomspiglanin: @megbertapelle @sparkandco   Apparently we all look alike on the Twitter #chat2lrn <we could be twins! 22:54:15
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