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What is “training” for?

Recently I had a chance to sit down with a couple of the most creative people in the world of learning and development: Kassy LaBorie […]

A Crash Course for a Beginning Training Designer

There are plenty of courses you can take, books to read, certificate or even master’s level programs to study, but sometimes people who are mapping […]

L&D Team Book Club: “Map It” by Cathy Moore

Does any of the following resonate with you? A small training team. More to do than there are hours in the day. You do your […]

Instructional Design for Non-training Professionals

Guy Wallace has been working in the field of training and instructional design since the 1970s. He’s seen a lot of fads come and go, […]

5 Training Activities to Engage Your Next Training Group

A few weeks ago, my colleague Erin Clarke, led a session at the Washington Banker’s Association’s annual conference for HR and training professionals. The session […]

Is it possible to learn from other people via social media?

If you’ve ever jumped into the comments of a social media post, you have have found some not-so-nice comments. I’ve gotten the feeling that social […]

Hybrid Learning: When to use it

Raise your hand if you’ve felt more comfortable taking your mask off in public only to find that your immune system has grown super wimpy. […]

L&D Lessons Learned from Being a Parent (Part 5 of 5)

Try Something New During the 2020-2021 school year, my oldest was in third grade, and in our state, school was remote for six months of […]

Have FOMO after seeing everyone’s posts about ATD ICE last week?

I gotta admit, I missed being at ATD ICE in Orlando last week. The L&D community truly is the community in which I feel most […]

L&D Lessons Learned from being a Parent (Part 4 of 5)

“I do it!” Watching kids learn may be one of the greatest privileges of being a parent. Sure, it can be painful when it takes […]

What’s on the horizon for L&D according to Andrew Scivally

Over the past two years, ELB Learning (formerly eLearning Brothers) has acquired 6 companies and, as you can see, has changed its name from eLearning […]

L&D Lessons Learned from Being a Parent (Part 3 of 5)

Poop I am not sure I can write a mini blog series on lessons I’ve learned in parenting without including a poop story, can I? […]

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