Category Archives: Guest Student Post

ADDIE: Relic or Still Relevant?

Is the ADDIE instructional design method a dinosaur or a diamond? Continue reading

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A Career Magic Wand: 8 Ways to Leverage Your Portfolio

How can you Harry Potter your way into career advancement? Your work portfolio can be your magic wand! Continue reading

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You’ve Graduated… What’s Next?

Being a candidate for a Master’s Degree in Organizational Development must mean that I have my plans after graduation neatly organized and planned out right? ABSOLUTELY NOT! As excited as I am to graduate and “be done,” I am secretly … Continue reading

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What can a Career Journal do for you?

Guest Author: Peg O’Donnell  We have all been asked at one point in our lives “what is your dream job?” As we continue to grow and develop what we know about the world we start to take the question more … Continue reading

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Two Truths, No Lie: Positive Psychology

Dr. Martin Seligman is a mentor of mine in spirit. His day job however is being the father of Positive Psychology and its’ two supporting theories: the Authentic Happiness Theory (AHT) and the Well Being Theory (WBT). Spoiler alerts: He was … Continue reading

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The Stress Struggle is Real: Stress Management for Adult Students

By Guest Author: Niké Basurto Last month I saw my dentist and learned that I was clenching my jaw so tightly at night that I was damaging my teeth. The real culprit? Stress. After some soul searching and a bite … Continue reading

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The Recipe for Success: Formal education leads to better results

When I began my studies at RU, it was with many years of experience working in the training and development field under my belt.  I was a competent training manager—serving as the liaison between the SMEs and developers, offering input … Continue reading

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