About

I’m Paul Signorelli, a San Francisco-based writer, trainer, instructional designerpresenter, social media strategist, and consultant with more than 20 years of experience working with a variety of companies and organizations. My associates and I help you address the wicked problems you face in your workplace.

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Helping Spiderman read “Workplace Learning & Leadership”

Content on this blog is meant to reflect the work we do, the innovations we help diffuse, and the playful approach we take: helping to promote first-rate workplace learning and performance—staff training—efforts while also keeping up with technology and online-learning trends as well as with the sort of strategic planning issues which keep people at the center of the dizzying array of tools available to all of us. We work to bring those affiliated with service-oriented companies together; we strive to serve as resources and inspiration to anyone who is trying to make sense of the rapid rate of change which keeps all of us involved in our endeavors as trainer-teacher-learners; and we occasionally take on large-scale community-organizing efforts like San Francisco’s Hidden Garden Steps project.


Rethinking_Digital_Literacy--Course_GraphicAs for my own background: I have worked with libraries and numerous groups that support libraries in their training-teaching-learning and community-partnership programs; health-care (hospice) organizations to write and deliver learning opportunities for employees making the transition from paper to electronic record-keeping via hand-held (mobile) devices; and Blue Shield of California’s Health Reform Program Team in training staff as they began implementing the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act in 2010. I helped shape and edit an online health care toolkit; write online courses and deliver onsite and online workshops; and explore, write about, and help design and facilitate connectivist MOOCs. My writing is briefly summarized on my Amazon Author Page: I write articles for publication and have co-written Workplace Learning & Leadership, a book on trainers as leaders within their organizations, with Lori Reed; contribute to anthologies; and am developing and completing other projects as time allows. My work with the San Francisco Public Library system (1993-2007) included serving as Director, Volunteer Services & Staff Training.

Horizon_Report--2015_CoverMy nonprofit experience includes work as assistant to the director of a regional museum (the Monterey Peninsula Museum of Art) and a small San Francisco-based theater company. I have also served as a Board member with the Mt. Diablo Chapter of the American Society for Training & Development (ASTD); on ASTD’s National Advisors for Chapters group from January 2011 – December 2012; two two-year terms on the American Libraries Advisory Committee (July 2009-June 2013 and became committee chair in July 2012); on the San Francisco Parks Alliance Policy Council (January – December 2014); on the American Library Association Publishing Committee (July 2013-June 2015); and have served on advisory boards/expert panels for New Media Consortium Horizon Reports since 2010.

You’ll find more information, including writing samples and training resources, on my website at http://paulsignorelli.com.

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I’m looking forward to hearing from you and hope you’ll help make this a great meeting place for all of us involved in creative approaches to workplace learning and performance (staff training) as well as onsite and online community-building.

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