The importance of spaced review

This is Maia. She’s six months old. We adopted her from Romania, via a charity called Paws2Rescue, which saves lots of dogs from horrible conditions. 


Yes, they are all around you. Can you see them, hear them, smell them? Recognize the danger early—you’ll save yourself and your enterprise. The CRZY-MKRs […]

Nine lessons and carols… for eLearning, and Christmas

1. T’was the night before Christmas 

Tell me a story: Storytelling in eLearning

A friend of mine once went on a workshop about negotiation skills. He told me about a story that delegates had been told on the […]

Learning Portals: Gateway to Personalization

Change is hard, even when it’s for the better. When you are rolling out a new initiative of any sort, […] The post Learning Portals: […]

Training Culture vs Learning Culture – A Mind Shift

There are some common terminology issues in training and staff development departments in many organizations. Some of these terminology issues give birth to larger problems and […]

Take Our 2019 Learning Trends Survey

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4 Ways an Onboarding Program Can Reduce Frontline Staff Turnover

Frontline staff turnover is a serious challenge in many industries. Companies dealing with the issue often struggle to find a […] The post 4 Ways […]

Podcast 16: Integrated Learning Experiences – With Paul Morton of CrossKnowledge

WELCOME TO EPISODE 16 OF THE TALENTED LEARNING SHOW! To learn more about this podcast series or to see the full collection of episodes visit The […]

5 ways to make groupwork work in your teaching

Learning from academics is important to students’ learning, but so is working with their peers. The types of communication that peer-to-peer work requires provokes forms […]

What Hooks Learners to eLearning?

What hooks learners to eLearning? Well, if we had a stone-clad answer for this question, then we would have no worries, and organizations would be […]

How to Ask Better Training Questions

The time has come to once again to discuss the art of, “How to ask better training questions?” (This post ran originally on my blog […]

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