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Why do we always try to complicate things? The simpler, the easier it is to do, to remember, to teach. Last night at Midwest Speaking Professionals, my friend Stephanie Kurokawa reminded me of this fact that I know so well … Continue reading
Fireworks are fun to watch. Once again I took off my glasses for half the show and instead of pinpoints of light, sparkles, and gorgeous displays, I saw giant snowflakes, molecules, and honeycombs of all sorts of colors. The single … Continue reading
With hundreds of classes and programs by hundreds of organizations offering many types of management and leadership training formally and informally, classroom and online, you wouldn’t think we would be in a crisis. With US$15 Billion spent annually on leadership … Continue reading
As I’ve been working to define and build my business, I am reading voraciously studies, results, reports, and analysis on learning. The one piece that I see in common that’s too often missing is the purpose. What’s the purpose of … Continue reading
I’m just reading the Towers Watson 2014 report on the Global Workforce. Some real insights that could impact companies significantly in the next year. The headlines: A) the disconnect between what employees want from work and what management thinks they … Continue reading
Trust – it’s the first point of the Scout Law. It’s what enables everything from businesses to families to work together successfully. It’s a necessary ingredient for a good business-provider partnership. Yet it’s something we so readily either skip … Continue reading
Learning strategy is critical as knowledge is compounding as fast as doubling every 12 hours according to IBM. Mapping options available and helping learners choose the way they learn best for the content and situation is necessary for successful learning acquisition.