What is Adult Learning?

Have you ever put together a really good training program and then wondered what made it so good? What was it about your training program […]

8 Highly Successful L&D Professionals Share Their Trainers’ Holiday Wishlist Items and New Years Resolutions

A few weeks ago I had the opportunity to participate in ATD’s Core 4 conference in Nashville, TN. I used the opportunity to pull together […]

How can we help new managers transition from their individual contributor mindset?

One of the most difficult transitions in the working world is going from an individual contributor to a people manager for the first time. Where […]

Making a career pivot toward corporate training?

Asha Aravindakshan is the best-selling author of Skills: The Common Denominator. We had a 16-minute conversation about her research that focused on how people have […]

Taking Virtual Training to the Next Level (A Conversation with Cindy Huggett)

I had the extreme pleasure of meeting Cindy Huggett in person at a networking dinner during last summer’s ATD International Conference and Expo. If you’re […]

Coaching Lessons from The Seduction Expert

Be bold and speak up. Be confident. Be charming. Be present. Be vulnerable. These are the top five pieces of advice that The Seduction Expert, […]

What can L&D professionals take away from successful YouTubers?

When you think of “YouTubers”, what comes to mind? I know many of us have a kneejerk reaction to the title “YouTubers”, but YouTube is […]

Freeing Up More Time To Spend On Better Instructional Design

Have you ever wished you could have more time in your day to develop better, creative, more engaging and effective training programs? The laws of […]

Lessons in learning design from a former marketing and advertising pro

The professionals in the world of marketing and advertising are very effective at grabbing our attention and moving us to action so that we’ll buy […]

Considering freelancing or consulting in the L&D world?

Over the past year or two, I’ve met a number of people who are exploring the idea of either taking on some side projects or […]

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 […]

Why it’s good to have L&D friends outside of your own organization

How many people do you talk with about learning and development outside of your colleagues and co-workers in your organization? Recently, my friend Betty Dannewitz […]

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