Policies in eLearning – “Too Much Break Time” Interactive Vignette

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Here again, as promised, are the free weekly vignettes, and still absolutely free for you to use. These short but straight-to-the point presentations depict real-life scenarios. Vignettes are effective additions to your learning programs – adding a deeper contextual dimension…

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“I Paid More!” – Dealing with Preferential Treatment

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This weekly goal to create short, captivating and provocative vignettes is our answer to the challenge of providing you with a focused and effective learning approach and experience shared between learning professionals and learners, alike. Better still – it’s free…

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“Do You Booze in eLearning?” – Taste this Complimentary Presentation

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Our weekly thought –provoking vignettes are high-impact , revolutionary , and totally engaging real-life scenarios that highly enhance your learning programs. Moreover, these vignettes are available for your use, for free. Find out how you can use them. This week’s…

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“Your Product is Under Recall” – Help learners handle disappointing calls

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We continue with our weekly serving of vignettes which offer short but precise and provocative micro-scenarios that ignite interaction and enhance learning. This is a tool you can use for free. These real-life scenarios elevate learning to a higher level…

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“Is Age a Problem?” A Provocative Vignette About Age Discrimination

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The Vignettes series shows you a brief, concise, yet provocative and reflective learning approach. Your learners are taken through the “relate-interpret-apply process” within real-life scenarios to fire up reflection and interaction that generates deeper learning through experience sharing. This week,…

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DIYEL #9 Be a gold prospector. Separate nuggets from the tons of dirt. This will serve your learners well.

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IntroductionTable of PostsMost trainers and eLearning designers would go bankrupt if they were gold prospectors. Prospectors spend their efforts screening the few gold nuggets from the tons of dirt, pebbles and rock. On the other hand, typical trainers and eLearning…

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DIYEL #7 Use a straight-line micro-incision on content to instantly apply ideas. All else wastes precious time.

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IntroductionTable of PostsPicture this: a surgeon uses a scalpel to create a straight-line incision to begin an operation: sharp, quick and instant. This is how our training and learning designs should be. Instead, most of them are dull, prolonged and…

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DIYEL # 4 – Adopt a tech kid from your local community college. He knows more than your IT person.

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IntroductionTable of Posts Seriously, the typical IT person in your company is not the guy you run to for eLearning advice, especially if you don’t know squat. You must think of your self-preservation. Think of your job security. And if…

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