• Opinionator: John Graves

    Your precious time: 4 minutes

    Dropped on: Aug 22, 2018

    How to Be a Facilitative Leader

    “Leadership is a choice, not a position.”

  • Opinionator: Afreen McKnight

    Your precious time: 4 minutes

    Dropped on: Aug 17, 2018

    Time Management for Trainers

    Dwight Eisenhower: American army general, statesman, president, and prioritization expert.

  • Opinionator: Mark Bashrum

    Your precious time: 5 minutes

    Dropped on: Aug 14, 2018

    Three Factors to Consider in Cross-Cultural Change Projects

    Culture matters when designing a change approach that impacts a global group. Start with these three factors.

  • Opinionator: Chris Harper

    Your precious time: 4 minutes

    Dropped on: Aug 08, 2018

    5 Ways to Evaluate Training Success

    How do you know if your training was a success? Use these measures.

  • Opinionator: Michael Cassady

    Your precious time: 4 minutes

    Dropped on: Aug 01, 2018

    Build System Training Around Roles and Process

    Don’t use one-size-fits all training for new technology. Engaging training on roles and process will drive the behavior change you need.

  • Opinionator: Samantha Herscher

    Your precious time: 3 minutes

    Dropped on: Jul 26, 2018

    A Guide to Trends in Learning and Development

    Watch our video series on learning trends.

  • Opinionator: Randi Boswell

    Your precious time: 4 minutes

    Dropped on: Jul 24, 2018

    Give Learners the “Why”

    If you want learners to change their behavior, you have to embed the “why” in your training.

  • Opinionator: Lisa Westerfield

    Your precious time: 4 minutes

    Dropped on: Jul 19, 2018

    The Risks of Not Communicating Until You’re Ready

    Don’t make the mistake of waiting until you have all the information and a big communication plan.

  • Opinionator: Trish Emerson

    Your precious time: 5 minutes

    Dropped on: Jul 17, 2018

    Your Diversity Training Isn’t Working; Here Are 5 Ways To Fix It

    You have to hand to it Starbucks. It knows how to focus attention on fixing an issue. The act of shutting down operations for a half-day of training, whether it be for a turnaround or to address discrimination, says it is committed to a change and voting with its profitability. The execs clearly know that […]

  • Opinionator: Kristin Sleeper

    Your precious time: 4 minutes

    Dropped on: Jul 13, 2018

    Sandbox or Simulation? Choose the Best Practice Tool

    Ask yourself these questions before deciding how users will practice on your new system

  • Opinionator: Mary Stewart

    Your precious time: 4 minutes

    Dropped on: Jul 11, 2018

    Building a Better Icebreaker

    Set the right tone for your session with a different angle on an ice-breaker.

  • Opinionator: Eric Sfetku

    Your precious time: 3 minutes

    Dropped on: Jul 05, 2018

    Why Your Training Needs Advance Organizers

    Training? Don’t forget your advance organizer.

  • Opinionator: Trish Emerson

    Your precious time: 5 minutes

    Dropped on: Jul 03, 2018

    What You’re Willing To Tolerate Sets The Tone For Your Company Culture

    As a leader, you might expect top performance, but ultimately you get what you’re willing to tolerate.

  • Opinionator: Kenny Simon

    Your precious time: 4 minutes

    Dropped on: Jun 28, 2018

    4 Ways to Help Learners Retain Their Training

    Four ways to help learners retain information

  • Opinionator: Julie Rodgers

    Your precious time: 4 minutes

    Dropped on: Jun 27, 2018

    How To Choose a Training Delivery Medium

    Use these factors to pick the best training delivery medium.

  • Opinionator: Cathy Quon

    Your precious time: 5 minutes

    Dropped on: Jun 21, 2018

    The Four Elements of a Powerful Message

    There are four words that tell the story of your organization’s next big change. What are they?

  • Opinionator: Trish Emerson

    Your precious time: 5 minutes

    Dropped on: Jun 19, 2018

    Three Signs It’s Time To Fire Someone (Even If You Like Them)

    Even though it’s hard, sometimes it’s necessary to let go of an employee you like.

  • Opinionator: Chris Pennington

    Your precious time: 4 minutes

    Dropped on: Jun 14, 2018

    A Performance Dip Is Not Inevitable

    After a big change, does performance have to suffer? No. Here’s how to help.

  • Opinionator: Tony Papirio

    Your precious time: 3 minutes

    Dropped on: Jun 13, 2018

    Design the Organization Your Customer Wants

    If your company is facing big change it could be time to think about org design. Read this first.

  • Opinionator: Afreen McKnight

    Your precious time: 4 minutes

    Dropped on: Jun 07, 2018

    Tips to Design Game-Based Learning

    If you want to incorporate a game into your learning program, follow these guidelines.