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December 13, 2013

On a scale of 1-10, how loyal would you say you are to the organization you work for? And yes, we understand; loyalty is kind of a complicated thing. So, don’t kill yourself trying to achieve some ideal state of irrefutable objectivity. Apply “critical subjective thought” and pick a number.

Conversely (and using the same scale), how committed would you say you are to your craft? For instance, regardless of the organization you happen to be working for currently, how devoted are you to your particular vocation (i.e., lawyer; doctor; learning professional, etc.)? Put another way, how important are the values, principles and standards established by your profession to you as you perform your role? (more…)

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October 15, 2013

Marketing is cool. It’s one of those disciplines that requires equal parts objective analysis, predictive dexterity and creative talent. When those capabilities come together in support of a quality product, it is indeed a beautiful thing. (more…)

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September 16, 2013

Bad diversity training is absolutely the worst. Not that any bad training is something to look forward to, but bad diversity training almost invariably produces unintended consequences that are highly undesirable. With that as a premise, there are three points we would like you to consider: (more…)

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August 14, 2013

We recently completed an exhaustive study. We wound up speaking personally with everyone, everywhere that has ever implemented any blended learning. After that, we poured through the mounds of data we compiled, cross-checking it against every article, white paper or blog that has ever been written on the topic.* Our results have produced three considerations every training professional should reflect upon when deciding whether to blend or not to blend. And, here they are. (more…)

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July 8, 2013

Our founder (Dr. Paul Hersey) had an enviable repertoire of catchy phrases. They were the kinds of things he would seemingly roll out randomly, and in so doing, give those within earshot the opportunity to pause for a moment in thoughtful consideration. This is one of our all time favorites:

“If you don’t blow your own horn … somebody else is going to use it as a spittoon”

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