Monthly Archives: September 2016

  • leadership training
I can’t turn around without stubbing my toe on a new leadership training program. The proliferation of such programs is an acknowledgment by the training industry of the importance leaders plays in an organization’s success. Why, then, would I suggest...
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  • Adult learning and play
When I shared this post about using video in adult learning with a LinkedIn group of training specialists, I received a response that saddened me. Essentially, the trainer remarked how prospects scoffed at her use of fun in her learning...
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I found myself having read a fascinating article about CEO and author Stephan Aarstol and how he moved his company to a 5-hr work day. As I read, I thought, “Wait, these are the same benefits I extol about microlearning!” In...
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  • Disappointed with training
Last month you proudly unveiled a new incentive program to increase referrals generated by your employees’ networking. This month, as you review the results you are disappointed. Why? Before I jump into the reasons, I’ll tell you this scenario is...
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