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Beginning this fall, most programs within the College of Professional Studies will switch to a new schedule. Fall and spring semesters will consist of two 8-week sessions, and there will be a one-week break between these sessions. This applies to … Continue reading
In 1997, Elliott Masie included Knowledge Management, or KM, in his annual top ten trends list. He wrote, “In 1998, there will be at least a dozen new buzzwords. One phrase that WILL impact training and learning professionals is Knowledge … Continue reading
Welcome back students! We are looking forward to a great spring semester with you. At this point in the year I happy to use the word spring because I reminded at some point during the semester things will warm up … Continue reading
The blog is on hiatus until spring semester begins, but, in the meantime, have a good holiday.
So, you have the interview, but what now? Do you have a strategy for selling yourself and showing your capabilities? Staffing firm Proedit has some useful articles about what hiring managers are — and should be — looking for in … Continue reading
By Mike Quinlan I believe in making groups or teams I am working with uncomfortable. I’m not a big proponent of the “Facilitator’s Guide to Group Hugs”. I know, sounds weird, as if I thrive on the misery of … Continue reading
By: Angela T. Moustis It’s true, trainers. You are not as critical to the learning equation as you might think. According to the Center for Creative Leadership’s 70-20-10 Rule, only 10% of learning and development comes from formal training. Formal … Continue reading