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How to Blow Your Credibility from the “Get-Go”

When you are speaking in front of a group, do you really want to blow your relationship with the audience immediately? These two common presentation behaviors will help to ensure that you do! Read the rest of this entry »

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What Makes a Super Trainer?

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What attributes do all super trainers share, no matter how different their styles? Read the rest of this entry »

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How Do You Know They Know? Designing In-Class Assessment

how do you know they know?How serious are you about your students actually learning? Most of us would say, “VERY serious!” Yet many trainers and instructional designers actually have no idea what, and even if, participants have learned by the end of a session.

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Rattle That Tree! Tips to Deal with Facilitation 'Lullaby Times'

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I May Be Dyslexic in One Language, But Not in Another

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Training Techniques to Boost Retention

Trainer teaching a class As a trainer, have you ever wondered why the information you provide often doesn’t “stick?” Read the rest of this entry »

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"I Thought I Would Die!" How to Deal With Stage Fright

First, let’s surface what you probably already know: Read the rest of this entry »

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If You Want to Learn—Get Your Body Moving

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How to Make Yourself a More Credible Speaker

Experts agree that credibility plays an essential role in effective public speaking. Yet what exactly does credibility mean? How can a speaker enhance his or her credibility?

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Training on the Run!

iPods Deliver 2-Minute Training Chunks

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