Why the Pandemic is Creating Much Better Leaders

Every adverse event has negative and harmful consequences. Covid-19 is no different; it has brought sickness and death along with drastically changing our way of […]

David Kelly’s Curated L&D Content for the Week of 9/7/20

In light of the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, this week’s resources continue to have the dual focus of providing resources that can help us navigate this […]

Misconceptions I Had About SEL

While researching Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) for TCEA’s new online course, I realized I had several misconceptions about the topic. If you are not […]

Relational Skills: An Overlooked Upskilling Opportunity

Upskilling – it’s frequently talked about in terms of professional development and training. It’s necessary for closing skills gaps and for encouraging employees to remain […]

The Emotional Power of VR in Education

By Henry Kronk, eLearningInside News. This article was originally published at news.elearninginside.com For years, education stakeholders have seen huge potential in the use of VR […]

Shelter-in-Place Superheroes Livestream: Episode 3 – Make the Best Choices

To sign up for Shelter-in-Place Superheroes (Thursdays in April) click here! Thanks to everyone who participated in BGL’s Shelter-in-Place Superheroes Livestream on April 16! Superheroes always do […]

4 things I learned by being a student again

Being a student again is harder than I expected, and it’s also been quite revealing Recently, I decided to go The post 4 things I […]

Learning, Innovation, and Instagram (#IITB, Pt. 2 of 4): Building a Community of Learning

I’m watching—and, more importantly, participating in—the growth of another community of learning—the one fostered by writer-presenter-educator George Couros through the “Innovate Inside the Box [#IITB] […]

Words for 2020: Loving Kindness

My words for 2020 are Loving Kindness.

Empathetic Leadership in a Multi-Generational Workforce

A diverse workforce with such different generational values posses a unique challenge to leadership training. Teaching empathy may offer an unexpected solution. The post Empathetic […]

Empathetic Leadership in a Multi-Generational Workforce

A diverse workforce with such different generational values posses a unique challenge to leadership training. Teaching empathy may offer an unexpected solution. The post Empathetic […]

Are You Beautiful?

BY TheDarkRayne  Well?  Are you beautiful? And how did you become beautiful? And what does beauty and the varying perceptions and concepts of beauty have to […]

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