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4 Defining Moments of an “Accidental Trainer”

Time to high-five ourselves.   Last week we gave advice on "What We Would Tell Our New Trainer Self".  When I reflect on my own past there was certainly a...
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3 Things this Learning Rebel Would Tell My “New Trainer” Self

Writing the “Accidental Trainer” got me reminiscing about the early days of my own training career. For the most part, we as L&D professionals, are very good at providing guidance...
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Accidental Trainer

Imagine yourself in a convention hall filled with people, each in an orgasmic state over the latest and greatest methods to improve adult learning.  You would be at the American...
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Granddads Sneakers (or Where are you hiding your true self?)

For this upcoming Thanksgiving holiday, I thought it would be appropriate to repost this bit which was originally posted February 2014. Be thankful for those around you and those who...
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To Be or Not to Be…The Kirkpatrick Question

There is an interesting debate within the CLO (Chief Learning Officer) group on LinkedIn regarding the use of the Kirkpatrick model.  Here was the question: “Hi, Is Kirkpatrick model of...
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Status Quo Sucks

  Status Quo Sucks.  So sayeth George Carlin. And you know, he's on to something.  I have yet to read about business success where the mission/value statement said something like...
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2014 – The Year of Kaizen

    I'm not a big believer in New Year's resolutions, mostly they create unnecessary stress.  That list of ten items just staring you in the face.  No, I am...
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Kindergarten Rebel

Not too long ago I posted "5 Tips to Being a Learning Rebel"; in short these were my points. Challenge the status quo. Understand the concept of Kaizen. Knowing that...
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Reaction Level Evaluations: Hate the Player, Not The Game

  In the past couple of years, much has been written about, for and against, the efficacy of so-called “Smiley Sheet” evaluations. These evaluations exist to capture reaction-level feedback from the learner population. I...
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The Dog Just Peed on My Carpet!

  There you are at home, enjoying life surrounded by nice things and fun people. Then the dog comes up, smiles right at you and pees on your good carpet....
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