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Would You Like To Play A Game?

Julie Dirksen

When adding gaming elements to e-learning, there's this odd notion that after you include a wacky 'dinging' sound and a few zany graphics, suddenly you'll have Sexual Harassment Jeopardy: instructional, hilarious, and meaningful. It's just not that simple. (And really, ... More »

A Collection of Ideas for Being a Team Leader

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Renie McClay

The leaders who work most effectively, it seems to me, never say I. And thats not because they have trained themselves not to say I. They dont think I. They think we; they think team. They understand their job to be to make the team function. They accept responsibility ... More »

Change is Upon Me: Becoming Part of the Mobile Workforce

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During the last three years I have successfully transitioned from a hectic, professional executive, operating in a traditional corporate office, to a more composed, tuned-in entrepreneurial leader who is directing an international e-learning business from a home-based w... More »

Designing Interactive Training

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Lisa J. Downs, CPLP

Good design is the essence of effective negotiation training, and it is a critical part of meeting the needs of learners and the client organization. Careful thought about the readiness, learning styles, and training needs of potential workshop participants will help to... More »

Sustaining Engagement and Succession Planning Through Intergenerational Conversations

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Sylvia Ramirez Benatti

Currently the face of the United States workforce reflects a cross section of generations from the traditionalists or radio babies born before 1948 to the Gen Y, or millennials, born after 1981. Traditionalists make up 8 percent of the workforce, boomers 44 percent, Gen... More »