CREATING A CULTURE OF LEARNING

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While some professionals are working on new degrees and certifications, many of us―who are long past our cap and gown days―may not consider ourselves students anymore. In reality, we’re learning all the time: reading articles, talking to colleagues, retweeting, leaving comments, listening to podcasts…the amount of information we absorb is incredible. How can your organization… Continue reading

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AN INCREASING VETERAN WORKFORCE WILL CHANGE THE WAY ORGANIZATIONS DO BUSINESS

Civilian agencies and public sector companies will see the way they do business change as our veteran workforce continues to grow. The needs of veterans and their families change on an ongoing basis, and employers—all employers—will need to embrace these changes. Organizations must ensure that they stay on top of this changing veteran landscape and… Continue reading

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FLIPPING LEARNING ON ITS HEAD

For most of us, the idea of a classroom brings to mind a familiar image with a teacher at the front of the room and a class full of students eagerly (or sometimes not so eagerly) waiting to learn. From one generation to the next, the classroom concept hasn’t changed very dramatically. Teachers provide live… Continue reading

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THE ERA OF VIRTUAL EVENT MANAGEMENT

Budgets are limited. Productivity is critical. Now more than ever, organizations are seeking sustainable alternatives to in-person events. Virtual events offer a new way forward, providing a participant experience that mirrors that of traditional events. So is a virtual event the best solution for your organization? The answer depends on your goals and objectives. If… Continue reading

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