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Continuous Learning

Regardless of the type of profession you’re in, the technology, tools, and strategies you use in the workplace are constantly evolving.

Because of these rapid changes, the happiest and most confident employees are up-to-date with their skills, knowledgeable in the latest industry trends, and adaptable to any situation. 541 more words


“Check Box” Training, or Is It “Check Box” L&D?

It’s Saturday morning, and am fully caffeinated…sitting on the deck and nursing on the business end of a fairly decent cigar. It’s odd moments like these that a craving to rip out a blog post gets flung upon me. 698 more words

Continuous Learning

What a Bargain

My wife just got back from a business trip and showed me a book on nutrition that she had picked up while she was gone.  As I thumbed through the pages, noting the many sections I want to go read, I was reminded what a bargain books are. 155 more words

Personal Growth

How to give feedback

Leader-managers owe it to employees to let them know their contributions are appreciated and how they could contribute even more effectively. No doubt you agree. 242 more words

Cole Management

Grow the Good in You

Have you ever felt unmotivated? Have you ever been stuck in a rut in your classroom? Have you ever felt like you’re doing the same old things with the same old materials in the same old ways, day after day after day? 570 more words

Directors & Administrators

How do you decide when it’s time to leave your job?

If you answer “yes” to any three or more of the following questions you may want to consider looking for new opportunities.

  • Have you ceased continuing to grow, develop new skills, and be challenged?
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Career Advice

What Do We Remember Best? What We Learn First? What We Learn Last? Both? Neither?

Any of our readers who have studied education in college or graduate school may be familiar with the “primacy and recency” effect. This effect was first detected by our old friend Hermann Ebbinghaus who is, of course, most famous for his well-known forgetting curve. 215 more words

Continuous Learning