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Jan 21, 2010

Relationship Building Tips

In his book Relationship Economics, David Nour urges us to think strategically about our business relationships. A significant component of that strategy, he says, is for us to know our purpose. As a Performance Consultant, our purpose is to serve our clients as a Strategic Business Partner. But how do we do that if our clients keep labeling us as simply a Learning Support Provider? Here are some ideas. According to Dana Gaines Robinson, we can become a Strategic Business Partner to our clients by: Gaining Access Building Credibility Fostering Trust In order to Gain Access to new clients, we can: Develop visibility by offering to serve on corporate initiatives where...

In his book Relationship Economics, David Nour urges us to think strategically about our business relationships. A significant component of that strategy,...

Jan 14, 2010

Learning in 3D: Multiple Perspectives

I was so excited when Karl Kapp and Tony O’Driscoll invited me aboard the blog tour, I took the liberty of inviting...

I was so excited when Karl Kapp and Tony O’Driscoll invited me aboard the blog tour, I took the liberty of inviting...

Jan 14, 2010

Learning in 3D: Bringing Businesses Aboard

I’m an excitable boy; I admit that. I’m so fascinated by the possibilities of new tools and technologies for learning, that I...

I’m an excitable boy; I admit that. I’m so fascinated by the possibilities of new tools and technologies for learning, that I...

Jan 14, 2010

Learning in 3D: Fear of Flying

by Robin Harmony The first time I entered a virtual immersive environment (VIE), I was startled by flying people! My reaction? Wow…I...

by Robin Harmony The first time I entered a virtual immersive environment (VIE), I was startled by flying people! My reaction? Wow…I...

Jan 14, 2010

Learning in 3D: A Training Manager’s View

If you’re a Learning Manager or Training Manager for a corporation, the following scenario may strike you. You’re at your desk and...

If you’re a Learning Manager or Training Manager for a corporation, the following scenario may strike you. You’re at your desk and...

Jan 14, 2010

Learning in 3D: Measuring the Impact

by Sherry Engel As most of my colleagues know, evaluation and metrics is a topic I love to discuss and debate. So...

by Sherry Engel As most of my colleagues know, evaluation and metrics is a topic I love to discuss and debate. So...

Jan 5, 2010

Tips for Navigating the Uncertainty of Organizational Change

“They say that time changes things, but you actually have to change them yourself.” – Andy Warhol Organizational change can make people...

“They say that time changes things, but you actually have to change them yourself.” – Andy Warhol Organizational change can make people...

Dec 14, 2009

Transformative Learning, Part 4: Organizational Change

by Dawn Francis, Ed.D. One of my last blog entries prompted a reader to ask how my research on transformative learning can...

by Dawn Francis, Ed.D. One of my last blog entries prompted a reader to ask how my research on transformative learning can...

Dec 10, 2009

10,000 Reasons Virtual Worlds Won’t Work for Your Organization…And 10 Good Reasons They Will

Earlier this year, I had the pleasure of delivering a session on Virtual Worlds at the eLearning Guild’s Online Forums with Susan...

Earlier this year, I had the pleasure of delivering a session on Virtual Worlds at the eLearning Guild’s Online Forums with Susan...

Nov 24, 2009

The Myth of Mobile: An Introduction To Mobile Learning

I remember years ago, sitting in a presentation by Nicholas Negroponte, where he insisted that in the not-too-distant future, we would all...

I remember years ago, sitting in a presentation by Nicholas Negroponte, where he insisted that in the not-too-distant future, we would all...

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