Let's build together...

Hey folks 👋 this week, I'm sharing my updated onboarding toolkit for today's world.

I’ve literally been tinkering with this for 6 months and finally decided that done is better than perfect. So, without further ado, below is a link to download the toolkit for FREE (yes, really) and some commentary from yours truly.

My only ask is that you tag me in any posts and work that you might do with this. It helps me keep the lights on at STT HQ and warms my little heart to see how all of you will improve upon the ideas.

Also, not forgetting the usual dose of weird, wonderful and what I hope is helpful content from the rest of planet earth in my curated roundup.
The big thought

Yes, as promised in the words above, my ultimate onboarding toolkit is here to hopefully help the world of my fellow industry peers.

This toolkit is focused on sharing ideas, thoughts, tools and experiments that I've picked up over the last 16 years (I'm getting old 😢).

Plus, I've loaded it with research from much smarter folks and curated ideas that have worked for some of the biggest organisations our world knows too.

The aim of this toolkit is twofold for me.
  1. Pay it forward and share what I know to help others.
  2. Get our global learning communities to iterate on today's best practices and build together.
Focusing on number 2 briefly, you'll find a comments section on the page that hosts this toolkit on Here you can share your ideas, improvements and more so others can benefit.

Think of this as an open-source type of project where we share and build together. I get it sounds very utopian, yet this is my intention with the work.

What else is there to say? Not much really, as many of you will know, I like to let the work speak for itself. 

So, the only thing left to do is hit that download button and grab your free toolkit. As I mentioned, tag me in any posts and work you might do with this. I'm curious to see how you use and improve upon these ideas.

I'll share this on LinkedIn later this week, so you're getting early access now!

You lucky things 🤣.

Get the toolkit now 👀
You might also like...
Content that has caught my attention and might interest you too.

🤔 Another discovery from another doom-scrolling session. This one comes by way of the folks at Harvard Business Review and looks at how we can stop the corporate hierarchy from stifling innovation.

This is something I reflect on more as I age. As companies grow, and undoubtedly get bloated in some ways, the ability to nurture new ideas can be difficult.

And, just like this article preaches, tuning into our exploratory nature is key in nurturing innovation no matter where we work.

💡This next one comes by the way of a fellow learning friend in Kevin Alster, who's a Learning Strategist for Synthesia.

In this short video, Kevin speaks with video journalist, Arielle Ray, who's created projects with Netflix, Wall Street Journal and YouTube. Arielle shares 5 tips that'll help any of us create engaging videos.

👏 I'm always a sucker for learning about improving my daily workflow. So this article on different ways of running meetings of course lured me in. 
One more thing...

How to upgrade your marketing skills

In this video, I share some tips on how anyone can use ticks, tips and lessons from the world of marketing to support their career and daily workflow.

In some ways, we're all marketers, so I feel it's useful to add some tools to our own toolkits to navigate the career landscape. 

BTW, I've got loads more explainer videos over at my YouTube channel aka the visual thoughts library. Drop by for more content like this.

"All courses of action are risky, so prudence is not in avoiding danger (it's impossible), but calculating risk and acting decisively. Make mistakes of ambition and not mistakes of sloth. Develop the strength to do bold things, not the strength to suffer."

Niccolo Machiavelli

That's it for this week. Please do share your thoughts with me on these pieces or anything I share on the Twitterverse and LinkedIn. Chat to you soon and stay healthy people!

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