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March 8, 2015

The Power Of Communication: Success Starts With C

Yes! You are reading it absolutely correct. And C here stands for communication. Like about million times we have heard how important is communication in both the personal and professional field. The way you speak holds colossal power. It has power to tap new opportunities, or to shut the open doors; the power to build trust, and the power to ruin it; the power to generate new action, and the power to fail it. Be it leadership or life, we often become victims to vague expressions, jargon, off-color jokes, edgy tone etc.
by Surabhi Paliwal
January 31, 2014

The 4 Primary eLearning Leader Types

To be an effective eLearning leader, you must be willing and able to understand the world possesses talents, which still remain undiscovered. In each organization, school, or learning environment (be it conventional or unconventional) there are individuals who are unaware of their true skills and abilities. As an eLearning leader it is your job to recognize this and to make your students or employees see their own true potential. You must keep them inspired, focused, and determined to gain as much as they can from the learning process. 

by Christopher Pappas
January 27, 2013

Differentiating Leadership Development - Design Recommendations for Leadership Development

Executive leadership development shares similarities with other learning programs. For example, it must direct itself to the specific needs of its audience, and learner reflection is important to increase retention for on-the-job application. For the senior learner, application of knowledge and skills is tantamount to success of their company. A support structure should be in place with regular reminders to help the senior leader apply new knowledge and behaviors in how they lead to affect change

by Ruth Kustoff