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5 Points to Effective Online Training
The time frame for every task is being curtailed to accommodate more in less. The businesses have started valuing time like never before and that has made every moment important for any business to flourish. View the whole blog: Online Training
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01 September 2015
5 Tips for Making Effective PowerPoint Presentations
Even though the software has been around for close to two decades, there are very few methods of communication new ideas or convincing audiences to embrace new concepts that the PowerPoint p View the whole blog: Teaching Kids More Effectively Using Multi-Sensory Teaching Techniques
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28 August 2015
Why learn? When knowing is enough
Modern technology has increased our expectations of immediacy. View the whole blog: Supporting the Modern Learner with Modern L&D
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26 August 2015
7 Killer Tips For Effective Video In eLearning
Video may have killed the radio star; however, when utilized correctly, it definitely lives in harmony with eLearning. In this blog, you will find 7 of our best tips for making the most of video in eLearning. View the whole blog: PulseLearning
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24 August 2015
How Leaders Can Create an Epic Mindset with a 4 Step Approach
A recent client was discussing a problem with an employee, and how he would tackle the issues in their next one-to-one meeting.  As the leader, my client was absolutely right to deal with poor performance and find a way forward which would solve the problem one way or another.  My client was very View the whole blog: People Discovery
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18 August 2015
Recruiting the best (or the best friends)
Learning and development teams have always been concerned with how best to induct new people into the organisation.  It is a cornerstone of the L&D team’s role – to reduce time to competence and to ensure that new hires are up to speed and functioning as quickly as possible. View the whole blog: Robin Hoyle's Blog
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17 August 2015
Keeping training real
The Donald Rumsfeld quote:_ There are known knowns. These are things we know that we know. There are known unknowns. That is to say, there are things that we know we don't know. But there are also unknown unknowns. There are things we don't know we don't know View the whole blog: The leadership journey
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17 August 2015
Meeting the need for language skills
  Through language skills businesses can reap the benefits of improved interaction with customers, suppliers, partners and among their own globally dispersed workforce. View the whole blog: Rosetta Stone
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17 August 2015
3 Employee Engagement myths
Take any business ‘buzz word’ and it’s a fair bet that the longer it is in existence, the harder it is to delve beneath the plethora of ‘me too’ articles to find the nugget of truth. That’s certainly the case with employee engagement. View the whole blog: Consultancy on Culture – Thoughts and Insights
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17 August 2015
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