The first tweets of some of the most followed people who tweet about workplace learning

March 22, 2016

Yesterday marked ten years of Twitter. In 2006 Jack Dorsey, an undergrad at NYU, published the first message. It was twttr then:

Last week, Jane Hart posted a list of 50+ people who tweet about workplace learning. I’ve mashed that list up with the first tweets of the top 20 of them (in order of number of followers as of 3/12/16). What was your first tweet? Add it to the comments. 

Josh BERSIN @Josh_BersinHR and Learning Analyst (US)

josh

Steve WHEELER @timbuckteethAssociate Professor at Plymouth University (UK)

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Jane HART @C4LPTFounder, Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies (UK)

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Jeanne MEISTER @jcmeisterAuthor of The 2020 Workplace (US)

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Gautam GHOSH @gautamghoshInterested in how social technology impacts work (India)

gautam

Marcia CONNER @marciamarciaContributor to FastCompany (US)

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Jane BOZARTH @JaneBozarthAuthor of Show Your Work and more (US)

janeb

Roger FRANCIS @RogerFrancis1Director at Creative Learning Partners (UK)

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Harold JARCHE @hjarcheChampion of Personal Knowledge Mastery (Canada)

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Abhijit BHADURI @AbhijitBhaduriChief Learning Officer of Wipro (India)

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Clark QUINN @QuinnovatorHelping organizations use learning technology strategically (US)

clark

Luis SUAREZ @elsuaWirearchist and Chief Emergineer (Spain)

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Brent SCHLENKER @bschlenkerChief Learning Officer of Litmos (US)

brent

Euan SEMPLE @euanAuthor of Organizations Don’t Tweet People Do UK)

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Cathy MOORE @CatMooreCreator of the action mapping process for designing training (US)

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Janet CLAREY @jclareyManager in L&D Research @Bersin by Deloitte (US)

janet

Cammy BEAN @cammybeanVP of Learning Design at Kineo (US)

cammy

Connie MALAMED @elearningcoachProfessional Explainer (US)

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Donald H TAYLOR @DonaldHTaylorChairs LPI, LSG and Learning Technologies (UK)

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Charles JENNINGS @charlesjenningsAuthor of 70:20:10 Towards 100% Performance (UK)

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