This blog post is taken from this month's Rock.Paper.Scissors Inc. newsletter. See the entire newsletter, including how you can join in on a 4 year old tradition. The holidays are a time for giving & for giving back. I consider myself over the top privileged for getting to work with the … [Read more...] about Four small gifts that are designed to lift your spirit
If you didn't catch all the posts this month simply peruse & click what's below. Here's the Rock.Paper.Scissors' monthly training & development round up for the month of September. Learn well in the training & development learning well. Dive deep into the learning well or take a small … [Read more...] about Training & development learning well September blog post round up
A forgotten bookmark in a dusty, old book, takes a chance, & well, magic happens. Like rediscovering an old friend, colleague or first love. Like rediscovering a love for learning, an appetite for adventure, a yearning for travel. Like thriving in the fast paced, complex, changing environment … [Read more...] about A forgotten bookmark & the 7 chapters of life
A while back I wrote a post called Learning about learning with tuiles. It was about creating content and delivery methods that are inclusive and welcoming. Bill Ursel commented on the post - 'Hail the Tuiles! I am very jealous and recognize the learning that happened . . . magical when it works … [Read more...] about Pulling a rabbit out of your (training & development) hat. Is it magic?
My body went rigid with frustration when, as I closed my fridge, the attached freezer door popped open and stayed open. It happened again .... and again. I took a quick look in the freezer to see if something was preventing it from closing. Nope. I gave up. I came into the kitchen a while later … [Read more...] about Tipsy fridges that tip learning over the top
What's the number one things that drives all human beings? And what then is the number one motivator trainers need to know about when designing and delivering learning? This thing is simple. Create it in your training group and learning will happen much more easily. Dismiss it as unimportant and … [Read more...] about The number one motivator all trainers need to know about
I was shopping in Costco yesterday and saw the above sign on a cash register. At the bottom of the sign was written 'Great job everyone! Let's keep those sales up!!!!' What's wrong with this picture? Certainly not endeavouring to raise money for a good cause. Certainly not spurring each other … [Read more...] about What does it take to say 'good job'?