Whether you develop learning experiences or attend them, if you’re settling for Death by PowerPoint and days in a lecture hall, you’re wasting time and money. You can get better results more quickly by making five changes that leverage today’s available technologies and current knowledge of how the brain works.
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Hidden disabilities may have an impact on interactions with others. Remembering that each of us have our own burdens to deal with may help when trying to provide services.
Some might argue that exposing kids to technology isn’t a critical component of their education, but I would beg to differ.
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We’ve found that one very effective way to make government employees’ daily lives better is to teach them how to communicate authentic appreciation to one another in the ways that are meaningful to each individual.
As we look towards the Trump transition, there are a few thoughts I had on what this means for federal employees.
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If you do decide that it’s worth it to get a master’s degree, there are still four questions that you should seek answers to before enrolling in a program.
Just between you and me… Have you ever skipped training because something more important came up? Has a supervisor ever pulled you out of class because they needed you on a conference call?