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Top Tips to Facilitate Great Meetings

Top Tips to Facilitate Great Meetings

Betty Lochner, an expert in training, coaching and communication, shares 7 tips that will keep you out of Meeting Hell and in Meeting Heaven! In her recent blog, she shares 7 wonderful insights. I've ... read more

Tackling Stress Management at Work

Tackling Stress Management at Work

Life before stress looks like unadulterated happiness -- laughter, dancing, and ear-to-ear smiles. Life after stress looks like the parents in the image above, who are watching the kids at play. To th... read more

Rose-Bud-Thorn for Processing and Reflection

Rose-Bud-Thorn for Processing and Reflection

You already know that learning requires an investment of time and mental focus. Listening to a lecture, reading a book, playing an experiential game, or watching a video can only get you so far. The r... read more

Pop quizzes? Nah, let’s play!

Pop quizzes? Nah, let’s play!

It was finals week at my son's school and I asked him if he was ready for his chemistry test. He explained that he'd been studying all week, day and night, and, yes, he was ready.  Despite his assuran... read more

Getting to know you with Quick Response Whiteboards

Getting to know you with Quick Response Whiteboards

If your group would feel more relaxed and benefit from knowing a bit more about one another, try this Quick Response Board activity. Have each person write on the board a most unusual fact about th... read more

Time Management Tips Infographic

Time Management Tips Infographic

I'm laughing at myself as I think about how long I've taken to post this wonderful Time Management Infographic, courtesy of the folks at MyTasker. The truth is, time-management was an issue on my end!... read more

Ethics: Can you teach “Doing the Right Thing”?

Ethics: Can you teach “Doing the Right Thing”?

Can ethics be taught? We know the question is at least 2500 years old, as the Greek philosopher Socrates is said to have debated the questions with fellow Athenians, and expressed the opinion that doi... read more