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 […]

How “weird” or “novel” should leadership development training be?

At the end of this month, the Association for Talent Development will be hosting their annual International Conference and Expo in Salt Lake City. During […]

Help! My podcast was highjacked!

Ok, “highjacked” may be a little extreme. Maybe “I yielded the interviewer seat to a professional colleague so I could be the subject of the […]

Have you ever chased a professional dream for 10 years?

At some point in 2011 an idea grabbed me and wouldn’t let go. I’d been in the field of learning and development for 10 years […]

A Conversation with Dialogue Education Pioneer Jane Vella (Part 2)

Have you ever had a chance to talk with someone so fascinating that you hoped the conversation would never end? That happened to me when […]

Dialogue Education: Arguably the most important offshoot of adult learning theory

In 2007, I moved across the country with a 2-month old child and began a new adventure in Seattle with my first training director role. […]

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. […]

Importance of Instructional Design in Adult Learning Theory

There is no specific area that defines the instructional design. It’s an outstanding technique that makes big difference in audience lives by creating courses that […]

Increase Your Student Retention by Contextualising Your Training

Most experienced teachers will be able to recall a feeling of losing the engagement of a learner at some point in their career. It’s not […]

Increase Your Student Retention by Contextualising Your Training

Most experienced teachers will be able to recall a feeling of losing the engagement of a learner at some point in their career. It’s not […]

Adult Learning Theory Infographic

You are developing training for adults, but is your training aligned to their unique needs? Make sure you know the Knowle’s four principles of adult […]

Adult Learning Theory in eLearning

Malcolm Knowles released his book The Modern Practice of Adult Education in 1970—but the lessons we can learn from there are still as relevant as […]

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