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How Agile Are You?

Learning * Branding * Training

Excitement, hope, and fear are all emotions I've experienced since the last newsletter. The first cohort to take my mobile learning (mLearning) course has begun to build their profiles, share their thoughts via video, and give feedback to each other - all to develop their skills in follow-up from networking

That's not all that's happening. We're called upon to be agile in our development and business practices. We've had to translate learning and teaching in a classroom, the platform we know best, to a mobile or online environment. It's challenging and it's satisfying.

How are you inviting opportunities to practice agility in your learning, your life, and your business?

In the newsletter this month, I've shared some resources that encourage you to see common business activities in a new way. 


Owner, Learning Designer, Trainer, Author
Our most popular training topics this month:
  • Fearless Follow-Up
  • Building Trust (Team Cohesion)
  • Feedback without Conflict (Team Cohesion)
  • Personal Branding Basics

Adapt Learning

For different cultures

As a business educator and trainer, I’m often asked how I adjust training for employees of different cultures. I wanted to share my response with you as an example of how effective training begins and ends with knowing your audience.

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When "Best" Practices Can Fail

"It made sense. A large high-technology company had established an innovation center in one of their U.S. offices where employees were entrepreneurial, engaged, excited to come to work,... So the firm wanted to replicate that success in other places, namely India and China. ... But the effort didn’t have the results they expected—and elements of those important concepts were lost in translation.

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Why Your Training Program Needs a Brand

At first glance, dear reader, you may think I’m jumping on the “brand-wagon.” Not so. In fact, I can’t turn around without bumping into yet another presentation on personal brand that leaves me unsatisfied. Why, then, would I write a post about branding your training program of all things?

The raw material, the essence of brand, is critically important to the success of your program and your participants.

I’ll make it simple.

A brand is not a tagline, logo, color palette, copy, website, or social media post...

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