Tag Archives: 2019

Training in the age of Google

By: Kathleen Iverson, Ph.D. The internet has created a generation of autodidactic learners–those who would rather “Google it” than rely on formal learning. Their favorite teachers are YouTube, Buzzfeed, Facebook, Quora, and Reddit; sites that pop up when you enter the search term, “How do I . . .” followed by almost anything from “find a job,” “deal with a

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New Updated Curriculum Mapped to the ATD Competency Model

I am pleased to announce updates to our curriculum were approved and will go into effect starting with the Fall 2019 semester. The updates resulted from the remapping of our curriculum to the current ATD competency model to ensure that our students develop essential skills required for success in the industry. Rationale for Curriculum Revision The purpose of this revision

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Building Your LinkedIn Profile Part 2: Become a Power User

Building Your LinkedIn Profile Part 2: Become a Power User By: Dr. Kathleen Iverson Now owned by Microsoft, LinkedIn has over 500 million users and 10 million active job posts (Darrow 2017), making it the largest professional social network in the world. A basic profile is more than adequate for most purposes (See Building Your LinkedIn Profile Part 1) .

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Stand Out with a Professional Portfolio

Stand Out with a Professional Portfolio By: Kathleen Iverson Imagine you apply for a job or promotion and the interviewer asks, “What did you learn during your graduate studies at Roosevelt University?” While other applicants struggle to recall theories, projects, and coursework, you rely on your professional portfolio, a collection of your most important work from graduate school, to demonstrate

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Connecting Employee Engagement to Organizational Health and Sustainability

Connecting Employee Engagement to Organizational Health and Sustainability Guest Student Post By: R. Whitehouse   What do successful companies like Google, Facebook, or Apple all have in common? Each one of them has consistently received high employee reviews and ratings, making them desirable and sought-after places to work at. But what exactly makes them so desirable, and sought after by

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