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adminFebruary 04, 2019

I’ve found a new love. It’s been going on for several years now. Yes, I’m proud to say that I have embraced e-learning. Me, the person who usually fears technology and craves human interaction. How is this possible? Well, first, let’s be clear on what e-learning is. It’s defined as the use of internet technologies to deliver […]

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adminFebruary 04, 2019

Instructional Designers are constantly faced with the challenge of putting together solid performance-based training that sets learners up for success on the job. Their real-world circumstances are often less than ideal as they are consistently asked to work their magic with tight and unrealistic constraints. As training professionals, we know there is no magic wand, but […]

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February 25, 2019

Posted by Jeff Welch on 6/6/16 8:00 AM Find me on: LinkedIn As a training professional, it’s very possible you’ll be approached by a manager or supervisor within your organization to discuss employee job performance. This discussion will likely happen when that manager is looking for ways in which to improve the job performance of […]

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February 25, 2019

Posted by Alan Magnan on 8/31/15 4:00 AM Find me on: LinkedIn Photo by: Rawpixel via Unsplash Some learners like to show up early for training. I’ve had people walk in the room 30 minutes before the course starts. In the time between the first arrival and the start of the course you have a […]

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February 25, 2019

Posted by Steve Flanagan on 9/7/15 4:00 AM Find me on: LinkedIn In today’s learning climate, instructors are under pressure to deliver critical, need-to-know content in an interesting way and in a short period of time. We sometimes get so focused on this that we overlook the need to show learners we are also interested […]

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February 25, 2019

Posted by Melissa Grey Satterfield on 9/14/15 4:00 AM Find me on: LinkedIn Honesty is the only policy when responding to questions in an instructional setting. However, blatantly admitting, “I don’t know,” in response to a direct question from a learner can be disastrous. The solution is to be honest and maintain credibility at the […]

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February 25, 2019

Posted by Melissa Grey Satterfield on 9/21/15 4:00 AM Find me on: LinkedIn The Balancing Act airing on Lifetime Television® is America’s premier morning show that brings today’s busy on-the-go modern woman positive solutions and cutting-edge ideas to help balance and enrich their everyday lives. Recently, I was privileged to represent Langevin on an episode […]

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February 25, 2019

Posted by Jeff Welch on 9/28/15 4:00 AM Find me on: LinkedIn Judging from several economic indicators, it seems as if the most recent global economic downtown is thankfully behind us. Many economies worldwide have recovered and job growth appears to be on the rise. With a stable recovery in the job market, it’s very […]

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February 25, 2019

Posted by Lynne Koltookian on 10/5/15 4:00 AM Find me on: LinkedIn Everyone’s always trying to sell us something! You can’t escape it. You wake up in the morning to your clock radio (if you still use one) and there is a commercial for something. You pick up a cup of coffee on your way […]

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February 25, 2019

Posted by Lynne Koltookian on 10/12/15 4:00 AM Find me on: LinkedIn Photo by: Ryan McGuire via Pixabay “Expect the unexpected.” Have you ever heard this expression? Or how about Murphy’s Law, “whatever can go wrong, will go wrong?” A good trainer should heed these expressions as they apply to us all the time when we […]

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February 25, 2019

Posted by Alan Magnan on 10/19/15 4:00 AM Find me on: LinkedIn “Agenda” is a Latin word meaning “things to be done.” Every training session should include one. It is an invaluable tool that can help start, manage, and end a course. Here are six ways to get the most out of your training agendas: […]

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adminFebruary 25, 2019

Posted by Langevin Team on 10/26/15 4:00 AM Find me on: LinkedIn Let’s face it, not everyone is a good listener. We can use this awareness to find creative and effective ways to be a better listener, especially when facilitating in the classroom or consulting with clients. Here are four instructional techniques that will help […]

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