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Five Creative Openers to Get Participants’ Brains in the Game

There’s a big difference between opening a training session and simply beginning. A strong ...
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Leave ‘em Jazzed: How to End Your Class with Impact

Do you feel like your class or training session just kind of ends with a whimper rather than ...
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PowerPoint 101: Ditch the Boring Bullet Points

Did you know PowerPoint has been around for 27 years? Just like you, it has experience and ...
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5 Steps to Writing Clear and Measurable Learning Objectives

Learning objectives aren’t just a list of what you’re covering in class. Good learning ...
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When Silence Is Golden: The Power of the Pause

When you’re presenting and you’re passionate about the subject matter, or familiar with the ...

6 Main Types of Effective Presentations

We've all been to presentations that inform us, persuade us, instruct us, inspire us, and ...

Helpful Tips for Dealing with Difficult Participants

Difficult participants—they seem to find their way to just about every classroom. Trainers ...

Key Components of Designing Instructor-Led, Participant-Centered Training

Have you ever been to mandated training that you thought would never end? As the trainer ...
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Change the Game with Training that Sticks

Companies wouldn’t invest in training if they didn’t want their employees to apply the ...

The 7 Laws of Learning for Training Success

Successful training design and delivery depends on a trainer’s ability to create a learning ...
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Top 5 Benefits of Professional Certification

 At The Bob Pike Group, we support your professional growth and development. One way you can ...
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Bring Your Ideas to Life with Infographics

When your learners are struggling to pay attention, it’s not their fault. It’s just the way ...
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