May 19, 2013
A recent conversation about training brought that poem to mind. Our conversation premise was: Training is either good or bad – no matter how it is served. We spend a lot of time as learning professionals, making our classroom slides prettier and converting them ...
May 15, 2013
We have paid a drastic price—not only in our organizations, but in our own lives—for trying to disconnect emotions from intellect.” Responding with empathy and intelligence to other people’s situations, with their implied or stated emotions, ha...
May 14, 2013
As the use of various learning technologies becomes commonplace in training departments, a perception has been building that implies that you can force fit any content into any technology.
There are several fundamental problems with this perception:
We are looki...
May 13, 2013
Someone recently raised the question as to whether living in a context of war, peace, or crisis can change the characteristics of a trainer’s duties. Nowadays in Europe and in Italy, a deep crisis is perceived, and it is generating distrust toward institutions a...
April 29, 2013
When working on instructional design projects with subject matter experts (SMEs), there are numerous moving parts to take into consideration—for launching a project, defining roles, bringing key players into the fold, and solving common critical issues with these...
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