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There is so much buzz around Microlearning, it is almost like “fake news.” It is widespread – just all over the place.This presents a huge risk and danger when Microlearning appears to be an answer to all the problems when it is not. But how does one differentiate Microlearning from other methods? Where does Microlearning work best? When is least effective? What are the telltale signs that Microlearning is misconstrued as a canned solution? When does Microlearning become “snake oil.” Where do you find genuine proof that Microlearning works?
Recording 4 days
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“Design Thinking” is permeating many aspects of organizational life – including how the federal government is engaging its employees. Global Head of Duke CE Labs Tony O’Driscoll will show how Design Thinking can be applied to design work, just as it has been used to design products and services. Discover some basic tenets of design thinking and a process to innovate and implement in a lean and experiential way.  
Recording 4 days
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Join sports leadership and emotional intelligence coach Scott Cvetkovski for an interactive and lively discussion on the impact of emotional intelligence on athletes, coaches, and the leaders on an athletic team – and how it can impact your own team.
Recording 5 days
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It is an oddity of behavioral psychology that it’s a smart business strategy to let sales reps self-select some of their goals, yet not so smart to let them determine whether they receive cash or non-cash rewards for reaching those goals. Simply put, we don’t always understand what motivates us most effectively.
Recording 6 days
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Employee training has seen some dramatic shifts in the landscape over the past few decades, often due to the constantly advancing technology available. Some organizations are quick to embrace new technologies and methods, but depending on the size and management of the company, that’s easier said than done for others.
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It is an oddity of behavioral psychology that it’s a smart business strategy to let sales reps self-select some of their goals, yet not so smart to let them determine whether they receive cash or non-cash rewards for reaching those goals. Simply put, we don’t always understand what motivates us most effectively. In this webinar, you will learn why our stated preferences don’t always line up with our decisions to act. For sales managers, this presents an opportunity to turn irrational behavior into an engine for improved performance. Here’s what you will take away: 1. Why incentives are not obsolete 2. Why sales reps aren’t always good judges of what motivates them 3. Three characteristics of effective incentives 4. How dollar signs can disrupt salespeople’s perception of reward
Tim Houlihan Webinar 10 days
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Mobile. Big data. AR/VR. There\'s always something new to explore when it comes to L&D strategy and technology. Unfortunately, it\'s easy to get lost in the hype. Too often, L&D pros feel like they have to move on to the next big thing before uncovering the true value of a new idea within their learning ecosystem. In this session, we\'ll discuss...
Recording 12 days
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L&D business partners can provide significant value to their organizations by helping current and future business leaders to build the resilience to operate in a turbulent (“VUCA”) world. Many challenging development questions co-exist in today’s business environment: How do we prepare senior-level directors to move into executive roles, where they will need to take business performance to the next level? How do we get our high-potentials to organize and operate as a business team, prioritize, and chart their own course as proactive change makers? How can we build business acumen, a growth mindset and emotional intelligence across functional areas? A competitive business simulation is an immersive experiential exercise that can provide a powerful testing ground to address all of these fundamental challenges that face organizations across industries.
Recording 12 days
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Ixia was in a period of rapid growth through acquisitions. A deeply technical company, it needed to cultivate a stronger leadership bench from cross-functional roles. Chris Williams, senior vice president, human resources, spearheaded the creation of Ixia’s Next Generation Leadership program (NGL) to help future leaders develop business acumen and other skills that complemented their technical expertise. The NGL program would be conducted in three modules over the course of a year. Williams sought a leader in the experiential learning field to provide a business simulation that would form one of the program’s cornerstone modules. 
Self-study 19 days
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Excellence in team selling is critical to success for commercial selling organizations today. Customers bring more stakeholders to the table and expect to meet more than the salesperson before making a commitment.  To manage these moments effectively, salespeople need to ensure all players are operating at peak performance -- individually and as a unit -- in those high-stakes meetings.
Recording 20 days
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