Monthly Archives: June 2011

New Video – “Six Powerful Strategies…”

I had a wonderful experience presenting a 60-minute webinar on June 15th called “Six Powerful Strategies to Create High-Impact Training.” ┬áSome of the information I shared in that webinar was fairly standard within the training world (but IMPORTANT reminders). A … Continue reading

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What Is the Best Entry Point for Creating a Course?

There are many doors through which you can enter an instructional design project. Two of the most contrasting doors are “content” and “outcomes.” They are contrasting because they can lead you to such different places. I’d venture to say that … Continue reading

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Using Text in Instruction

Instructional Designers (training professionals who focus on designing and developing effective learning) wear many different hats in order to create the end product. One of those hats is “materials designer.” As instructional designers we need to make sure the ┬ámaterials … Continue reading

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Six Powerful Strategies to Create High-Impact Training

High-impact training not only deeply engages trainees and has them using their new knowledge and skills well beyond the confines of the training event, but it also has a positive organizational impact, including: Increased profitability Reduced expenses Enhanced performance and … Continue reading

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