If you didn't catch all the posts last month simply peruse & click what's below. Here's the Rock.Paper.Scissors' monthly training & development round up for the month of June. Learn well in the training & development learning well. Dive deep into the learning well or take a small sip. … [Read more...] about Training & development learning well June blog post round up
Creative Commons licensed on Flickr by: Pink Sherbet Photography I was working at the United Nations today. A bit snuffly, I blew my nose & put the used kleenex on a dirty cup & saucer. A wait staff came over & angrily asked what 'it' (the kleenex) was. Surprised & taken off guard, … [Read more...] about Where would you put your used kleenex & other odd perspectives
Being in Istanbul, Turkey to do a program evaluation training on behalf of the United Nations naturally means eating a Turkish breakfast. This morning I found myself musing about learning over olives. Yes olives. I was watching the pile of uneaten olives grow on the plates of my breakfast mates. … [Read more...] about How do you like your learning – with or without olives?
We all have 20/20 vision …. in some areas, just as we all have blind spots … in other areas. Do you know yours? The challenge is how to identify where we shine and where we’re blind. By the time you’ve begun reading this you’ve already been faced with an onslaught of sensory input. Everything … [Read more...] about Assess your perspective & find your blind spots (all without visiting the eye doctor)
Say what?!?! Those exact words came out of a participant's mouth during a training I was giving. The entire group agreed. Wholeheartedly. Emphatically. Vehemently. As strong as the moon's pull is on the tides, their belief was unshakable. Seeing patterns in the waves of information we process … [Read more...] about Old men who wear hats are really bad drivers