Category: Business

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Stop Future Tripping!

Tips for Managing Your Custom Learning Projects in the Now Hi, my name is Mel, and I’m a chronic future-tripper. What’s that, you ask? In a nutshell, it means I worry about things in the future that haven’t even happened yet — or may not even happen at all — rather than focusing on the […]

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The Learning Leader Job Is NOT Easy!

Five Things Great Learning Leaders Do Holy smokes! When I started my career, you were considered a great learning leader if you could put on a darn good three-day workshop that had solid instructional design, conducted a pilot and train-the-trainer, provided great donuts, and ended with a little evaluation. This isn’t so any more. I […]

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Hello Expectation. Meet Reality.

What Do Your Clients Expect From Their Custom Learning Solutions? I recently became a new grandma to a baby boy. My daughter and son-in-law live close by, so I’ve had a front row seat for this exciting and fascinating adventure! But what’s a new grandma to do? It seems like being a grandma should come […]

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Make It Pop!

Communicating with Your Graphic Designer Doesn’t Have to Feel like Speaking Greek My favorite part of being a graphic designer is all of the people I get to connect with. From varying business backgrounds, to cultural backgrounds, to a wide range of skillsets and life experiences, I love discovering how my clients’ brains work and […]

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The Proof is in the Pie: Customized Training Programs Boost Employee Efficiency

Training is about moving the needle…engaging learners. At its core, it’s about designing and developing solutions that increase performance. But does it matter in all roles and all types of businesses? For the roles and responsibilities that tend to be repetitive, is training even necessary? Consider this before you answer. With a fresh driver’s license […]

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How do YOU innovate?

Someone recently asked me, “How do you innovate at Innovative Learning Group?” It’s a simple question but real food for thought. Admittedly, I did not have an immediate answer. That’s not good when you work at ILG, right? However, as a process thinker who likes to reflect, I took the question to heart and started […]

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