Learning Tag

When I discuss the necessity of trainings with decision makers, there are usually two arguments thrown my way: Costs Quality And I want to and need to address both of them. Costs Trainings are expensive. So, why should we do them in the first place? I get that. Of...

Breaks – Or How Our Brains Work We have a few rules about breaks among us trainers: 10 minutes break for every full hour. No reading or answering emails during a break. Not more than four hours of training per day, ideally in the morning. When we...

Learning a new tool can be daunting, especially if you are starting from square one with little to no experience. That’s why I’ve outlined a small list of free learning resources and exercises for a beginner with no experience to transition into a more intermediate...

The consequence of a dynamic environment is the need to know it all, or at least the perceived need to know more than anyone else. That is what makes one consultant shine over all the others – a perception that our knowledge is greater than that...

I love to explore new technologies that expand my way of thinking. In order to build new skills, I find myself on a constant search for improvement. Below, I’ve shared five easy steps that have helped me on my lifelong learning journey. Hopefully they will...

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