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Coffee briefing: Brain maps, negative feedback & talent management at Disney


It's time for another of our weekly updates on the news, opinion and blogs from across the world of L&D, we hope you're sitting comfortably!

We're really enjoying your feedback on the series, so do let us know what you think in the comments or over on Twitter, and feel free to tell us which articles you've been enjoying this week too.


Making talent dreams come true at Disney (Talent Management)

- Are empty high-end restaurants the next coworking trend? (Fast Company)

7 tips for delivering negative feedback to employees without being a jerk (Entrepeneur)

7 lessons about finding the work you were meant to do (TED)


Should colleges really eliminate the college lecture? (The Atlantic)

What if FE and Skills led the way in integrating AI into learning environments? (RSA, Medium)

Why the movement to privatize public education is a very bad idea (Washington Post)


- How we (unconsciously) make bad decisions (CMI)

Updated Brain Map Identifies Nearly 100 New Regions (New York Times)

- How the gig economy is changing the way we work (Inc)


- Does gamification education really improve learning? (Samsung Insights)

100+ tools for differentiating instruction through social media (Edutopia)

- Top 10 Tools for Trainers (Lost and Desperate)

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