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Four Fun Ways to Follow up on Learning Transfer

Ken Blanchard (author of the One Minute Manager) argues that we should spend at least as ...
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Training Via Webinar Expected to Save Jiffy Lube $500K

As manager of learning and development for Shell Oil Company, Ken Barber is responsible for ...
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Ground Rules

Don't be afraid to let the group know what's expected. Information has a greater perceived ...
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Shorter, More Frequent Breaks

It's too easy for people to get involved with work-related problems or phone calls when a ...
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Group Leader Rotation

Rotate the role of group leader so a variety of personalities have a chance. This will help ...
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Small Groups

Smaller groups of five to seven work well for creating a safer sharing environment because ...
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Involving Opener

An opener is an activity that breaks preoccupation, facilitates networking and is relevant ...
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Group Projects

Group projects have so many useful purposes in a classroom. Some of these include having ...
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Agenda Presentation

To prevent later confusion, start each class by outlining the scope of the course. You can ...
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Practical Applications

Remaining intensely practical will consistently help learners maintain interest as they ...

Sailing the Five Cs

Last year, Doug McCallum took the challenge upon himself to create at least one activity for ...

Two Quick Activities to Easily Adapt, Adopt, Apply

Wanda Meyers, program manager at HRSA Learning Institute in Rockville, Md., attended The Bob ...
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