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Commitment made by Serena on July 3, 2017

I'm impressed with the 4 Responsibilities website and what it stands for. I'm fully committed to this level of professionalism amongst my peers.

Commitment made by Dave Lee on May 20, 2017

i'm committed!

Commitment made by Elaine Tomlinson on May 15, 2017
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Commitment made by Stephen Wadstein on April 12, 2017

A great course. Committed.

Commitment made by Mark Banks on April 1, 2017

Great reflection and eye-opener even after working many years in a professional L&D Position - staying tuned and open for continuous learning and changing yourself is THE precondition to stay professional.

Commitment made by Christian on March 24, 2017
Commitment made by Kat on March 9, 2017

This is a great prompt and reminder about how I *should* be carrying out my role.
I will be using as a useful yardstick. Periodically reflecting on how well these criteria survive contact with the real world. (clue - I am not perfect, but will keep trying).

Commitment made by Ed Scruton on March 8, 2017
Commitment made by Indu on February 21, 2017

Living Your Learning is committed to keeping the Four Responsibilities at the heart of everything we do.

Commitment made by Craig McHugh on February 7, 2017

Committing to these responsibilities can only have a positive impact on learners, clients and professionals alike.

Commitment made by Greg Nottage on February 4, 2017

Great to see that I have been a good steward of these responsibilities over the last 20+ years.

Commitment made by Douglas Lucas on December 29, 2016

Commitment made 27/11/2016

Commitment made by Julian John on November 27, 2016

I wholeheartedly commit to this - a great reminder of our opportunities and responsibilities as learning professionals.

Commitment made by Rachel Griffith-Boyes on November 2, 2016
Commitment made by Mirjam Neelen on October 21, 2016

Enjoyed the session and liked the self-test. Sorry I missed the actual webinar but great to listen to afterwards and actually being able to do the self-test in my own time was probably better anyway. Found in one or two questions I would not choose any of the proposed answers. I liked the fact there is the book, slides, recording and questionnaire. I look forward to the next one.

PS: I am a member of the New Zealand Association for Training and Development so yes - we do have a professional body in NZ.

Commitment made by Helen Coates on October 6, 2016

Recognition of Learning and Development outside the Education sector as a serious profession is long overdue

Commitment made by Annette Poro on September 29, 2016

Committing to the Four Responsibilities enforces my commitment to advance and enrich learning and development practices in my sphere of influence.

Commitment made by Corne Erasmus on September 14, 2016

A great summary of where our responsibilities should be. Its good to know others are on the same 'wave length'.

Commitment made by Karyn Murray on August 8, 2016

Love this for learning professionals!

Commitment made by Elissa Mahendra on June 15, 2016

Great job summarizing our responsibilities as L&D professionals. The best days are ahead for our profession!

Commitment made by Mike Vickers on May 6, 2016

This is a great initiative! I completely agree with all the statements, but have also realised that I have a lot of work to do! I am very commited.

Commitment made by Nina Labitzke on April 27, 2016

As I step up to leading on L&D instead of being simply an elearning monkey, these are the behaviours I intend to live by.

Commitment made by Dan Roddy on April 18, 2016
Commitment made by Caitlin Annette Johnson on March 29, 2016

I am committed to the four responsibilities 🙂

Commitment made by Simon Phipps on March 22, 2016
Commitment made by Esther Stiksma on March 21, 2016

I am committed to the Four Responsibilities of the Learning Professional! The questionnaire helped to remind myself what I have forgot and what I am missing.

Commitment made by Janice Wu on March 14, 2016

Well done. I love it, the questionnaire, the case scenario. It helped me to understand where to improve. Thanks Clive and team !

Commitment made by Virginie Chasseriau on March 11, 2016
Commitment made by James Igoe on March 4, 2016
Commitment made by Jeroen Breman on March 4, 2016
Commitment made by Ben Cazin on March 3, 2016

This is probably one of the simplest, but most effective, models for defining what being an L&D professional is that I have seen.

Commitment made by Nick Chammings on February 29, 2016

I am committed to the Four Responsibilities of the Learning Professional!
Up until January 2014, I was an L&D and Digital Learning consultant in the Training Center of Leumi– one of Israel’s leading banking groups.
I left Leumi to become an independent L&D consultant and Learning Strategist. I would especially like to focus on two things:
1. Strategic consulting for Learning &Training departments in corporate organizations: helping them evolve their training programs in order to go from a classroom and e-learning approach to a performance supported learning culture.
2. Help build a dialogue between new media and old media in learning environments from K12 to non-profits.

Commitment made by Sharon Gil on February 29, 2016

I am committed to the Four Responsibilities of the Learning Professional!

Commitment made by Con Sotidis on February 28, 2016
Commitment made by Yannick Roy on February 26, 2016
Commitment made by Carolyn Gregoire on February 25, 2016

Excellent Initiative! Glad to support and to be a part of it.

Commitment made by Robert StJacques on February 18, 2016

A real need of the hour. Very happy to be a part of this initiative.

Commitment made by shobana on February 17, 2016

This sums up my principles for work.

Commitment made by Norman Lamont on February 17, 2016

Totally agree and I have also been on this soapbox for a while 🙂
The four rules are a very nice summary.
Cheers, Paul

Commitment made by Paul Matthews on February 15, 2016
Commitment made by Raymond Lee on February 10, 2016

I'm new to the field, the Four Responsibilities align with how I intend to pursue my career as an Instructional Designer.

Commitment made by Tom Miller on February 10, 2016
Commitment made by Conlan Webster on February 10, 2016

Great principles to live by for learning.

Commitment made by Phil Wylie on February 9, 2016

Words and responsibilities to live by...

Commitment made by Ben Betts on February 9, 2016

Can't wait for the online course.

Commitment made by Ryan Tracey on February 9, 2016

This is a great initiative! Great principles to live by, I have shared this site with all my colleagues.

Commitment made by Arla Rowbotham on February 9, 2016

This is a nice way to approach the profession I am in and deliver service at the highest level to my clients.

Commitment made by Steven Hamilton on February 8, 2016

I completely agree with the four responsibilities and statements. I will live by them for my, clients , my learners and my peers. Commitment made 7 February 2016

Commitment made by David Snelders on February 7, 2016

I completely agree with the mentioned statements and will love by them. For my clients, my learners, my peers and myself.

Commitment made by Jeff Kortenbosch on February 6, 2016

A really constructive initiative - thank you.

Commitment made by Martin Addison on February 5, 2016

A great initiative - I will be sharing this widely. Thank you!

Commitment made by Julie Wedgwood on February 5, 2016

This creed immediately resonated with me and I shall be sharing it with my team. Well captured. Thank you.

Commitment made by Michelle Ockers on February 5, 2016

Just in time. I was looking for a test for learn-professionals. Thank you.

Commitment made by Ite Smit on February 5, 2016

Kudos for putting this together!

Commitment made by Michelle Spencer on February 5, 2016
Commitment made by Jen Perkins on February 4, 2016

This is just incredible! I truly believe that as professionals we have to be responsible to these four duties. It keeps us all accountable to the standards of our industry. Bravo!

Commitment made by Will Constantine on February 4, 2016

I too have been pushing that we're not taking our responsibility seriously enough, so glad to cheer you on. Also have a look at the Serious eLearning Manifesto!

Commitment made by Clark Quinn on February 4, 2016

Full support from Poland! 🙂

Commitment made by Bartlomiej Polakowski on February 4, 2016

4 solid principles for any learning professional to aim to adhere to.

Commitment made by Simon House on February 4, 2016

Good initiative. However, the devil is in the detail.

Commitment made by Wilfred Rubens on February 4, 2016

By committing to these standards, and putting them into practice on a daily basis, I want to lead by example.

Commitment made by Eugénie King on February 4, 2016

Great initiative guys. Loving your work (as usual). Hope all is well. James.

Commitment made by James Snook on February 4, 2016

Valuable input on things we often forget when revenue targets seem to be the most important thing.

Commitment made by Rob Alton on February 4, 2016

Good message; not new, though. I have been reading hearing about these my entire L&D career (since 1998). How many more times are we going to hear and read these same ideas? I wonder how many believe they are living these, but really don't know they look and feel like in real life.

Commitment made by Michael Hernandez on February 4, 2016

4 sound, sensible, solid responsibilities that match what I do identify what I want to keep on doing. THANK YOU!!

Commitment made by Stuart Sutherland on February 3, 2016

Wholeheartedly commit to this 🙂

Commitment made by Joanna Kori on February 3, 2016

I'm wholeheartedly committed to raising the bar for the learning and development community across the world. I'm hoping you will join us in showing your support.

Commitment made by Clive Shepherd on February 3, 2016

I commit to keeping the four responsibilities at the heart of my work with clients and in contributing to the wider L&D community.

Commitment made by Barry Sampson on February 2, 2016
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