The importance of working with your peers to grow understanding in a way that suits them
Into every pigeon hole went a Snag a Shelly advertisement and sessions ran in the main staffroom, a visual reminder and access point frequented by staff. The result was a busy 2 weeks of meeting staff, getting to know them and helping them grow their LMS capacity. Often staff left with a short screen recording also so they could recreate what we had done on their own at a later point and they were the greatest advertised I could have asked for - the more people started speaking about the LMS the busier I became and the more people thought about planning and using the LMS.
In this case taking a light-hearted yet meaningful approach worked in supporting staff to seek help in a personalised, timely manner which then paved the way for more targeted, wide scale growth and change one I understood more about the staff and their needs.