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Aggressively Solve Problems

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Maxine Kamin

People who excel at their jobs solve problems. Nothing is more indicative of success in the workforce than solving problems. As Ron Willingham states in Integrity Service, In a real sense, each of us controls our success level by the problems we choose to solve. ... More »

Making an Impact by Learning from Others: An Interview with Darlene Van Tiem

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Darlene Van Tiem, CPT, CPLP, is associate professor emeritus, performance improvement and instructional design, University of Michigan Dearborn, and is on the faculty of Capella University. She was formerly training director at AT&T Yellow Pages (Midwest) and... More »

Safety First, Part One

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I think about safety quite a bit. For one thing, I work in manufacturing, and were attuned to the possibility of production floor accidents. Because I also travel frequently for my job, Ive learned much about simple ways to keep myself out of harms way while on solo... More »

Navigating the Professional Worlds of the Consultant: Two Perspectives from Christina Gibson Williams and Kathryn Gaines

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Whether you are consulting internally or externally, with a large not-for-profit or a small startup, in manufacturing or sales, there are many commonalities. There are also differences in dynamics and experiences based upon the role in which you function as a consultant... More »

Lessons from Hollywood: How Reality TV Prepared Me for a Career in Training

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One year ago I decided to make a career change. After working in reality television for eight years, I was ready for new challenges. A career in the entertainment industry became less appealing to me, and I wanted to do something differentand more meaningful. I joined A... More »

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