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Two Tech Tips for Flipped Classrooms

A newer trend in education is called the flipped classroom. Some teachers are sending ...

Babystepping into Interactive Training

Norfolk Naval Shipyard [NNSY] was named one of this year’s Pike’s Peak Award recipients ...

Pike's Peak Award Winners Named for 2009

Today, the Pike’s Peak Awards were presented to four organizations which have demonstrated ...

Discovering Your Blind Spots: Ending Everyday Business Mistakes

A blind spot, when driving a car, means your mirrors don’t give you a complete picture of ...

More Creative Openers and Energizers

Our participants come into the classroom with their brains “full.” They are distracted. The ...

Questions We’re Afraid to Ask

Everyone, including me, has questions they are afraid to ask. And instead of asking them and ...

Training Managers? Here’s a Tip or Two

If you are training managers, here are two tips if you want them to arrive prepared and ...

Optimizing Training Transfer Tips

For Use with All Participants with Special Application for Difficult Participants Here are ...

People Don’t Argue with Their Own Data

  Effective Tactics for Working with Difficult Participants—and Everyone Else, too

The Performance Consultant—Trusted Advisor

The Performance Consultant/Trusted Advisor is often called upon to work with senior ...

My Best Coaching Lesson Ever

Raise your right hand. Now, pat the top of your head with your hand. Now, put your hand on ...

Training: Don’t Ignore the People Side of the Equation

Historically, we trainers have been drawn into our profession because we are people persons. ...