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How to Become More Influential

We all love to hear ourselves talk. Our brains actually light up and we feel good. But, if  we are blinded by our own thoughts, we’re not leaving room for others to contribute. They turn off. Think how this affects “how deals … Continue reading

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How Leaders Become Change Warriors and not Change Worriers

By Judith Glaser and Joe Bonito If you are entrusted with making change happen, think about what it takes to get to the actual essence of facilitating change. When successful change occurs, those involved feel like authors of change not … Continue reading

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3 Trainer Tips When You Don’t Know What Your Class Thinks

by Helen Whelan I just took a course over the weekend to learn how to code.  I’m not a Geek by any stretch but I’ve worked with some great programmers and I admire their creativity.  I’ve dabble with coding myself … Continue reading

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The Secret to Becoming a Better Trainer

By Michelle Baker Asking and answering questions is the gateway to learning. As learners, we ask questions to better comprehend a concept or to clarify details. As learning professionals, we answer questions to better enable the learner to take away … Continue reading

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