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Free Lesson Plan Template for Training Sessions

When I wrote a book revolving around a periodic table of 51 different elements that can lead to effective, amazing training, I decided to make […]

Lessons in learning design from a former marketing and advertising pro

The professionals in the world of marketing and advertising are very effective at grabbing our attention and moving us to action so that we’ll buy […]

Who has anything new to say about learning and development?

At my son’s soccer game over the weekend, I was talking with another dad. He’s working on an app that will make sure you don’t […]

Still looking for ways to engage people during virtual meetings and training sessions?

Just last week, two things happened to make me realize that even though Covid-related lockdowns began in March 2020 (leading to a complete shift from […]

Considering freelancing or consulting in the L&D world?

Over the past year or two, I’ve met a number of people who are exploring the idea of either taking on some side projects or […]

A Tool to Help You See Online Training Through Your Learner’s Eyes

Will your learners be taking your next online course from a desktop computer? Will they be taking it on a laptop or tablet or some […]

A Tale of Two Periodic Tables for Learning Professionals

Have you ever done a “vanity Google search” just to see how high any search results including your name might be? A little while back […]

Why it’s good to have L&D friends outside of your own organization

How many people do you talk with about learning and development outside of your colleagues and co-workers in your organization? Recently, my friend Betty Dannewitz […]

How do we make icebreakers relevant?

Some training participants really enjoy icebreakers. They can be fun, a nice way to ease into a day of learning and they can ensure participants […]

Tips On Establishing A Structured On-The-Job Training Program

Is all of your orientation and onboarding done in a classroom? Or perhaps it’s done via Elearning? How much of it is on-the-job training? Several […]

What’s the right formula when working with SMEs on training?

“How do we get subject matter experts (SMEs) to be better trainers?” It’s a question I hear often, especially in light of the recent presentations […]

How can everyone on your team learn from one person’s professional development experience?

On Thursday, I shared a short story about a recent team meeting that was nothing short of magical. One of my colleagues, Erin Clarke, had […]

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