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5 Secrets of Persuasion

April 25th, 2016|eLearning, Stakeholder management|

GUEST POST BY PAMELA THORNE Successful people know that the being able to harness the talent and energy of others is a key to personal power. They have mastered the art of getting other people to work with them to achieve a goal. They know that this one skill will help them [...]

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6 things I learned from the #OzLearn Twitter chat

March 29th, 2016|eLearning, Instructional design, Learning general, Social learning, Stakeholder management|

Early in March I was lucky enough to be a guest on OzLearn Twitter Chat (#OzLearn, @OzLearn). While I have been Tweeting for a few years now and have lurked on some chat sessions, this was my first time being a guest Tweeter. There were several things I learned about the chat experience itself and also [...]

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Are style guides killing your creativity?

December 13th, 2015|eLearning, Instructional design, Learning general, Stakeholder management|

eLearning has seen so many changes in the style and methodology of what we create and how we create it over the years. But as the technology advances is our creativity as instructional designers being stifled by the need for internal branding within online courses? eLearning advancement – My story I remember on one project [...]

The secret to stakeholder management

November 12th, 2015|eLearning, Instructional design, Learning general, Stakeholder management|

It’s one of the hardest things to manage. And it can be the difference between success and failure on a project. Whether you’re dealing with Subject Matter Experts (SMEs), steering committees, exec boards, investors or clients, they all have the ability to throw you a curve ball when you least expect it. Or be unavailable [...]

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