Monthly Archives: August 2016

  • Training development for research
I have to start this post with a quote from an online article from Contracting for Business titled Even Accidental Plagiarism Can Cost You. Authors C. Greer and M. Michel say, “With the Internet, plagiarism is on the rise. In...
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  • storytelling in learning and development
There’s a lot of buzz about storytelling. Is the term simply a way for copywriters to make more money, by calling copy a narrative as some argue, or is it a concrete element that benefits our marketing, sales, and learning...
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  • networking training benefits
If you’re a business owner or responsible for business development, you know the standard benefits of training your team to network well. Three often cited benefits are: Securing referrals and connections Industry and business intelligence Opportunities for collaboration and partnership...
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