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Paul Signorelli
About My Library
Extremely eclectic. What I've been posting on LibraryThing is primarily from my workplace learning and performance (staff training) collection. I also have small collections on art and architecture; birding; creativity and creative writing; gardening; history; and literature (English and Italian, including novels, short stories, and poetry), and will post from those collections as time allows.
About Me
If it involves training-teaching-learning, leadership, or creativity and innovation, I'm on it.

As a writer, trainer, presenter, consultant, and learning advocate, I explore, use, write about, and help others become familiar with e-learning and Web 2.0 technology to creatively facilitate positive change within organizations. This involves helping others develop/manage workplace learning & performance (staff training) programs; assisting in organization development (strategic planning, information management, content strategy, critical thinking in decision-making, marketing/pr, fundraising and grant-writing); and helping clients improve face to face & online presentation skills.

Publications include "Workplace Learning & Leadership: A Handbook for Library and Nonprofit Trainers," co-written with Lori Reed (ALA Editions, April 2011); two submissions in Elaine Biech's training anthology "The Book of Road-Tested Activities" (Pfeiffer/ASTD Press, May 2011); numerous articles for print and online magazines including the eLearning Guild's "Learning Solutions Magazine," "American Libraries," and many others; and book reviews. (Samples available at http://paulsignorelli.com/recent.html.) I also continue to write about training, learning, creativity, collaboration, and innovation on my own "Building Creative Bridges" blog (http://buildingcreativebridges.wordpress/com), and am continuing to seek representation for novels and nonfiction works in progress.

I'm driven by a love of the poetic beauty of language and thoughts shared by many writers I admire: if we're not writing, we're cranky, and if we can't find what we want to read, then we have no one but ourselves to blame if we don't try to write it ourselves.
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San Francisco
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http://paulsignorelli.com
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