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From Clark Kent to Superman …

September 18, 2010

I couldn’t say it any better than Kent Schlenker says it here. Social Media for Trainers – Its What Turns Clark Kent into Superman In the same way that the geeks/nerds took over the world in the age of computers, cialis 40mg educators will have their time.  And their time is coming…fast.  The best thing […]

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Do You Call it Collaboration, Networking or Engagement?

June 3, 2010

Whether you call it networking, unhealthy collaborating or engagement, more about   it’s still going to help you do a better job. Here’s a neat chart that shows examples of using social media on the job, buy  for collaboration, networking and engagement AND for promoting learning. All of these add up to an upbeat and […]

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The Network Learner

May 14, 2010

I found a cool presentation about the network learner and am sharing it here with you, ed because it’s got some excellent information in it. Definitely worth your time! Thanks to Scott Leslie for sharing this on SlideShare.  As an

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Test Your Networking Knowledge

April 26, 2010

Answer True or False for each of these statements: 1. If I make a good first impression, page my contacts will stay in touch with me. False. It takes 6-8 interactions for people to remember you and for you to “register” on their radar screen. Even if you make a great impression when you meet someone, […]

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Networking = Learning?

April 11, 2010

Networking has become synonymous with informal learning.  How did that happen? Well, case today’s business world moves rapidly and change is a constant; new technologies emerge daily. We’re more connected and networked and share more information than ever before. Old school: Networking is a “necessary evil to get a job.”  New school: Networking is a professional competency […]

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Networking Best Practices (for Getting and Excelling at Your Job)

April 6, 2010

I saw something highly unusual yesterday and I want to share it. It was a detailed and sincere thank you note.  John Luce sent a “Landing Notice” to his network and thanked many of the people who have helped in along the way. I had the good fortune to meet John through a Search Team […]

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Instructional Designers Do What?

March 28, 2010

I’ve been asked this question so many times lately that I decided to re-post this blog entry from last fall.  What are your thoughts? Do you have any insights or coments to add? I’d love to hear from you. What is an Instructional Designer and Why Should Anyone Care?

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It’s a Small World After All

March 12, 2010

In this age of Facebook, price LinkedIn, order Twitter and blogs, treat we’re becoming a much more open and collaborative culture, eager to share and learn. Networking is the new “normal” and most professionals who I meet ‘get’ that. Social media is growing in huge leaps and bounds and it’s changing our culture in the […]

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Want to Read a Good Book?

February 28, 2010
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Failure = Learning!

February 25, 2010

Most of us shudder at the thought of failure. Here’s a new perspective: “Failure. It’s a moment in time … not your destiny.” Check out this interview on 9News, check the ABC affiliate in Colorado. It features TC North, Ph.D., a high performance small business consultant who has also mentally trained Olympic and professional athletes. In […]

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