“Let the inmates run the asylum.” – Thiagi In the learning and development world, Thiagi is heralded as a hero when it comes to gamifying even the most arduous, technical topics. Take, for instance, a bunch of lawyers that need to learn about civility in the courtroom or county codes. How do you spice up thoseRead… Read more »
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Developing an effective cloud computing strategy can be challenging. Department of Transportation’s (DoT) James Jones offers some insight into DoT’s strategy, processes, and challenges in their journey to the cloud.
Sean Corbett, Program Manager at the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), gave an excellent presentation on the FAA’s Leaders Teaching Leaders (LTL) Program at the Training Officer’s Consortium’s Annual Executive Institute in Ocean City, MD this week. Sean shared his experience in standing up and launching an LTL Program at FAA and highlighted the elements that… Read more »
The time invested training your team and building trust could be the difference between successful or failing operations
Examining why global competence and multicultural sensitivity need to be included in training for public sector leaders.
Good news: you do not have to be a full-time professional trainer to produce PowerPoints and training materials that coordinate well with one another. Here are a few tips that will help.
Free and professional development aren’t two words you always hear in the same sentence. But we sat down with the head of one governmentwide program aimed at breaking down silos and connecting employees with new opportunities.
A solid training evaluation program collects the right small data to assure your training program is on the right path to providing business results.
These tips will help you feel more confident the next time you present on a webinar so that you can laugh off any glitches and continue on with style.
Let me propose a lower impact method to develop a valuable professional network and advance your career – join an industry association.