Hadiya Nuriddin was recognized in the article "eLearning Trailblazers: Industry Thought Leaders Who Pave The Way."
I'm pleased to announce that The Storytelling Collective is officially launched.
The Storytelling Collective is your online home for all things personal storytelling. We'll explore strategies for telling your own stories and encouraging others to tell theirs.
The first three months are free and it's $129.00 a year (or $12.99 a month) after the trial period.
I was interviewed by Matt Pierce of Techsmith for their Visual Lounge series. I froze at the end, but the the rest of it is all there.
I was a guest on The Mind Tools L&D Podcast last week and the episode was released today! Check it out.
I couldn't be more excited to announce this. Last year, I wrote a chapter for the latest edition of the ATD’s Handbook for Training and Talent Development. It was an honor to be asked to contribute!
The book will be officially released in May 2022 at ATD’s 2022 Annual International Conference and Exposition in Orlando. But before that, there's pre-sale pricing if you order between March 14 and April 8. Members and Non-Members will save $20 off the normal pricing.
My chapter appears in Section III.
I was interviewed for Nerdy Shop Talk! It was an incredible honor to chat with Julie Dirksen and Tracy Parish.
Check out our Workshops page for a description of our free webinar on Mining for Stories. You'll also find information on how register.
Register for our upcoming session Thursday, April 7 at 2 pm CT.
I'm facilitating a workshop and a concurrent session at Learning Solutions in Orlando this April.
Workshop: Storytelling to Support Learning, April 18th - Explore strategies for building stories into your course designs.
Concurrent session: Writing eLearning, April 21st at 10:45 am - Get tips on employing writing strategies that promote behavior change. I hope to see you there!
I was interviewed by getAbstract, which is a book summary site. They also rate books and rated my book Storytraining a few months after it was released in 2018, which is why they interviewed me.
You can find the interview on the getAbstract website: “Mapped Perfection Is Often Not What Learners Want.”
Hadiya Nuriddin is the owner of Duets Learning. She has over 20 years' experience in learning and development. She specializes in instructional design and development for both corporate and academic environments.