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Do You Know Your Audience?

A few days ago I was visiting with friends at a cookout and decided to take advantage of the situation. A new client is revamping their annual benefits fair and open enrollment meetings and I thought some informal research would be helpful. 447 more words

Annual Benefits Enrollment

Leadership is NOT about designation, but compassion! Do you have it?

My last few weeks have been really busy and I have spent a lot of time at work, which presented an opportunity for me to observe people and their leadership styles. 578 more words

My Thoughts

The Strategic Wisdom of Robert Frost

What is the message in the following quotes?

“There is a time for everything and a season for every activity under the heavens.”     Ecclesiastes 3:1… 328 more words

People And Productivity

7 Things users like and dislike about E-Learning

This article was first published, by me, for Training Industry, visit their website for more of my published articles.

When e-learning was first introduced a few years ago, the fear was that teachers and trainers would be replaced by robots. 462 more words

Are you Slacktose Intolerant?

Offer the lazy an egg, and they’ll want you to peel it for them.

– A Proverb

Slacktose intolerance, also called loser phobia and  482 more words

The Communication Issues That Prevent Effective Leadership (According To Employees)

I found a short and snappy graph today about where workplace leaders are supposedly falling short. This is from the US, is a survey of a thousand workers and I haven’t delved into its methodology at all but it might be a conversation starter. 125 more words

Employee Engagement

Employee Engagement is Common Sense, Isn't it?

I think it was Lord Sieff of M&S fame who said “The problem with common sense is that it’s not very common.” Wise words indeed and for the most part, entirely relevant in today’s society. 665 more words