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Finding Gratitude in 2020

2020 has been one for the books. Very few people have been entirely unaffected by the events in our world over recent months. Notwithstanding, there […]

Blogs as a Learning Tool

A few weeks ago I released a podcast about using podcasts in learning programs. To keep with such a “meta” theme, today’s blog post focuses […]

Preparing Teachers to Train with Lisa Spinelli

On the Train Line You Lister podcast last week, we heard from Shermaine Perry-Knights on her journey from teacher to trainer. On this week’s podcast […]

The Journey from Teaching to Training

Many of us found ourselves as trainers after a career that started in a different space. I started my career in technology, and gradually became […]

Expand Your VILT Repertoire with Webex

In the 2020 Covid-era VILT platform showdown, organizations are choosing different platforms for their training departments for various reasons (cost, security, and available features, to […]

An L&D Professional’s Birthday Wish

Today is my birthday, and my wish for this year is that I get lots of presents. Since you’re just reading this now and not […]

Podcasts in Training

As learning and development professionals, we are always looking for new ways to deliver content to our learners. One approach to this challenge is to […]

Are Online Conferences Worthwhile?

Last week I attended the Adobe MAX conference. I have wanted to attend this conference for years, but it is fairly expensive as conferences go. […]

The Monsters We Don’t See

It is Halloween week! While this year’s Halloween will look different than previous years, one of the ways we can always connect is with stories. […]

How to Engage Learners

When it comes to how to engage learners, finding the magical formula can seem like catching a mythical creature. In theory, it is absolutely attainable, […]

5 Good Books for Trainers

Over the past several weeks, I’ve had the good fortune to be able to speak with a number of authors who have written books on […]

Can Curiosity Be Taught?

Like many other parents right now, I have children at home who are learning online. While our school is doing a good job with this […]

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