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How to get great participant feedback?

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As all trainers would testify getting great participant feedback is absolutely essential to survival as a #trainer. Each of us has developed our own strategies to build credibility, connect with and engage our participants. We use a plethora of #training methodologies and brush up our content. These are the strategies that we have seen our mentors use and […]

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Top 5 tips to use twitter to learn

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Use Twitter to learn? I was amazed when I encountered that suggestion 5 years ago. Till then, I assumed twitter was used by those who had nothing better to do than advertise what they were currently doing. I looked down on it and its proponents. However the suggestion came from a very learned person, so […]

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But, why are behavioral skills important?

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All #success in life finally boils down to your ability to master yourself and to get along with others. Let me explain what I mean by mastering yourself – ability to set priorities, visualize goals, persist in the face of obstacles, manage time, find creative solutions, manage relationships, balance roles etc. It is often said that, “you […]

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How to apply #LearningTheories in #RetailTraining?

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#Learning and its mirror image training is a hot topic of discussion in the whole of corporate India, as it struggles to find competent people to move the wheels of growth. However, how people learn is a multi-disciplinary science that draws from various disciplines- psychology, anthropology, physiology, neurology etc.  The result are learning theories that attempt to give […]

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3 things #EffectiveLeaders do

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It doesn’t matter if you like leading or are a lousy leader, you are probably leading something or the other right now, whether it is a family, business, community, team etc.  We all are in a position to shape someone’s thoughts, dreams, aspirations and beliefs. The only difference is how many people we influence. According […]

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9 tips to present like a pro

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Have you ever been in a situation where a young child is running after a ball and onto a road? You are yelling at him/her to stop but the child continues not realizing. Why is that? The ball is creating enough distraction for the child that what you are saying is overlooked. We live in […]