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Resources, Not Courses!

Jeni Johnson was perfectly ready, willing and able to volunteer her instructional design talents to create a training program (for free!) for staff and foster […]

Seeking Alternatives to Training

One of my first blog posts on Train Like A Champion began with the following: “The conversations around the need for training can sometimes seem […]

Talking Games and Gamification (for Learning) with Karl Kapp

On Thursday, I wrote about a way that BINGO could be used as an engagement tool during learning programs (and shared this free, cool BINGO […]

B-I-N-G-O and BINGO is a training game-O!

While “engagement” doesn’t necessarily equal “effective” when it comes to training design, lack of engagement most often results in ineffective training. Introducing games or game […]

Artificial Intelligence in Talent Development

We’ve been hearing so much about artificial intelligence (in the news and in movies) for years and we’ve heard some theories on how it might […]

The Role of Goal Setting, Milestones and Accountability

In December, the Endurance Learning team shared one word around which they will focus in 2021 – a one-word resolution. Resolutions, like any professional development […]

Time To Develop Learning Programs

Anyone who has been tasked with building a training program has struggled with the question of “how long will this take?” I’m delighted to share […]

Organizational Learning Strategies

Like any other department in a company, Learning and Development teams have the biggest impact when their efforts are tightly aligned with the strategic goals […]

3 Instructional Design Lessons from the World of Naruto

One minute my children were innocently watching The Backyardigans and Dora the Explorer, with imaginary quests and talking maps. They’ve traded such light and frivolous […]

(Mostly) Free Resources to Reduce Training Development Time

How much time does it take for you to develop your learning programs? It’s a question whose answer can have enormous implications. Of course, the […]

Promoting Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace

We’ve talked on the Train Like a Champion blog about the need for diversity and inclusion in the learning and development field and have talked […]

Trainer’s Guide to GoToMeeting

Last week we released A Trainer’s Guide to Adobe Connect. At the end of 2020 TLAC brought you A Trainer’s Guide to WebEx, A Trainer’s […]

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