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Here you’ll find links to activities that are mentioned in Map It, along with more activities to get you thinking. The inclusion of an activity on this page doesn’t mean, “Hey, you should do exactly this!” I chose these examples…
“What tips do you have for giving webinars?” People have asked this a lot lately, so here’s my opinionated answer. Learn more.
We, the downtrodden and ignored learning and development professionals of the world, hereby shake off the shackles of convention and obedience and proclaim the arrival of a new order! Read more.
Is low motivation a problem on its own, or is it caused by something else? Can training help, or is it a waste of time? Here are some ideas to consider. Read more.
Do employees answer multiple-choice questions as part of their jobs? Does a Jeopardy game about product features suddenly interrupt a sales call? Our activities need to help learners practice using new information in realistic ways. More about this topic: Why…
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Even small challenges build our confidence. Let learners try and succeed on their own instead of spoon-feeding them everything. Read more.