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February 26, 2016
“Judge a man by his questions rather than his answers.” – Voltaire
Change the Buzz™ is not your typical lecture and leave program. It is designed around the development of a mobile learning laboratory that combines inspiring education, captivating illustration and on the job collaboration to transform life-changing insights into life-long habits.
We have all experienced the excitement of being taught something truly profound and vowing to put ideas into action before they slip away...Read More
After my June presentation to our local HR group several people asked me why I was not a member. This article from the Wall Street Journal, Companies Say No to Having an HR Department best expresses my reticence to joining. I have posted more than a dozen articles concerning the evolution of HR to this group...Read More
My dad, who is just about to turn 80, sent this to me. I hope you enjoy the system of diagnosis as much as I did. Though hidden in humor (which is the best way to convey almost any message) the story says a great deal about the heuristics we use in decision making.
During a visit to my doctor, I asked him, “How do you determine whether or not an older person should be put in a Long-Term Care Home?”
“Well,” he said, “we fill up a bathtub, then we offer a teaspoon, a teacup and a bucket to ...Read More
April 21, 2014 Emotional Intelligence
I have shared this fact incessantly since John Medina’s Brain Rules was published five years ago but there are still those who think they are “The exceptions to the rule”.
Maybe this relevant research will finally convince a few that less is more...Read More
Remember these impressive statistics.
10% of what we read
20% of what we hear
30% of what we see
50% of what we see and hear
70% of what we say
90% of what we say and do
The problem with these, like most simple solutions to complex problems, is they are wrong. We all learn in different ways and at different paces.
The optimum learning design depends on the “content, context, and learner”.
Here are seven key points offered in research conducted by Cisco.*