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Being Stuck at Level 2 Is Like Kissing Frogs: Obtaining Evidenced-Based Learning Outcomes in Healthcare

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Linda Hainlen

Many education leaders have implemented terrific learning events and completed Level 1 and Level 2 evaluations. However, very few have truly obtained Level 3 and Level 4 results. This Level 2 plateau keeps many educators from wearing the crown of business partner in the... 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 »

A Challenge for Small Businesses: How Do You Train When There Is No Trainer?

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In companies with fewer than 100 employees, owners and managers must participate in the delivery of products or services and train new employees at the same time. These small businesses usually do not have human resource or training departments. Consequently, any traini... More »

Looking Out the Window at the Future of Learning

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The late Peter Drucker once commented, I never predict. I simply look out the window and see what is visible but not yet seen. In the spirit of Peters remark, Lisa Shannonassociate publisher at Pfeiffer, a Wiley Imprintand I sat down in the Wiley offices in San Francisc... More »

Navigating the Truth of Story Matters in Learning

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Terrence L. Gargiulo

In training settings, people often share stories that cross back and forth over a blurry line of truthfulness. In fact, sometimes these stories can feel downright manipulative. This is one of the great criticisms and negative perceptions often held about storiesespecial... More »