I am so excited to receive the “100 Most Talented Global Training & Development Leaders” award from the World Training & Development Congress. Each year, the selection committee searches the globe for a shortlist of individuals who are doing “extraordinary work with a track the record of solid achievements.”
Most of us in the learning profession pride ourselves on being comfortable with technology. Whenever a new tool is available, we’re ready to give it a try, eager to adopt the latest way to help people learn.
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It is a euphoric and sad feeling that rolls over me as I wake up the day after the TLDC18 conference. Over the last three days, I have personally been responsible for spilling 4 drinks, I have attended multiple sessions on current L&D subjects, made new contacts with people in my…
You Have to Forget Some Old Truths to Master Essentials of Brain-Based Learning.
There really is a “Homer Simpson” effect in neuroscience. The phenomenon was given this name in honor of the Fox network character, Homer Simpson.
Bryan Jones of eLearning Art recently conducted an extensive survey of about 50 thought leaders in learning and development, to identify the top elearning trends for 2018. I was honored to be included in the survey and I’ve admired Bryan’s work for years.
If you think the Infographic is a new tool to help convey complex information, think again. It’s been around over 100 years.
A few weeks ago, I had a problem to solve and it was something of an emergency. My Keurig had failed to make my morning cup of coffee. I followed the directions, like I’d done a hundred times before, but it just sat there, mocking me. I could have opened the minuscule user guide that came with the device, but I was in a hurry, and caffeine withdrawal was already kicking in.
Eighty percent of major companies expect to be using artificial intelligence by 2020, but their training departments are likely to be the last places you’ll find it.
If you are one of the many people who made a New Year’s resolution for 2018, you may have already fallen off your goal. Don’t feel too badly. After one month, only about 64 percent of resolutions are still in force and by six months that number drops to less than 50 percent.
Vulnerable, entitlement, diversity, transgender, fetus, evidence-based, science-based.
These words created quite a stir when it was reported that the US Center for Disease Control (CDC) issued an internal style guide advising employees to avoid these words if they wanted to get their programs funded by our current Congress.