Time truly has been flying by this year. It’s already July and the summer is heating up. I’m happy to report that the giant 15 foot squash plant in the garden hasn’t taken over my eggplants yet (fingers crossed). Any who, it’s been an entire month since my last post and I have some major updates to share!
I’m transitioning out of my job at The Predictive Index
When I began this year, I had a feeling in my stomach that there would be some major changes in store for my career. Even with that in mind, it didn’t make the decision to leave any easier.
Over the past 3.5 years with PI, I’ve seen the company undergo some huge changes. I’ve seen us grow more than double in size, streamline our processes, become more strategic, and truly spread our message of better work, better world. During that time I’ve also blossomed personally and professionally. For example, I entered PI as the Instructional Design Production Assistant. Fast forward 3.5 years and I am now a seasoned Learning Experience Designer whose 2 semesters away from completing her masters degree.
So it is extremely bittersweet to announce my departure. My last day is tentatively scheduled for September 30th. I’m still figuring out the next step for my career but I am beyond thrilled to see where i’m headed!
Elliott Masie’s 30 under 30 in Learning!
A few days after I made the decision to leave my position at PI, I received word that I am one of the recipients of Elliott Masie’s 30 under 30 award in Learning. To say that it was a surprise is a complete understatement!
It feels like all of the hard work from the past 6 years is finally starting to pay off! It also felt like the universe was supporting my decision to transition in my career in some small way. I feel beyond blessed and honored to be surrounded by such a talented group of peers in the industry. In November, I’ll be flying out to Orlando, FL to represent The Predictive Index at Learning 2018! If you’re headed out there be sure to connect – I’d love to meet in person!
Certificate in Workplace eLearning and Performance Support complete!
I just finished up my Advanced Instructional Design class for summer semester. The course focused on incorporating design thinking into the instructional design process. I am beyond grateful that I was able to take it – it helped to reinforce many of the concepts that I’ve been learning in my role over the past year. It also helped increase my confidence in my craft and share my expertise with my classmates.
I’ll be sharing some of the techniques I’ve been learning over the coming weeks in a series of posts. Until then I’m looking forward to a full 2 weeks off before starting Fall classes. With the conclusion of my course, I realized that I completed my Certificate in Workplace eLearning and Performance Support with Boise State. The certificate was no small feat and definitely gives me the energy to power through my remaining 2 semesters in my masters program!
Well thats all for now. Theres definitely some big changes in the works. I hope everyone has a fabulous end to July! I can’t wait to see where the rest of the year takes us all.