Many thanks and heartfelt appreciation for your encouragement and support for me during the year. Whether a friend, client, or supporter, you have been willing to listen and contribute in a variety of ways that have helped me grow and improve my products,...read more
From ‘Alice in Wonderland’ … a part of one conversation between Alice and the Cheshire Cat: “Would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here?” “That depends a good deal on where you want to get to,” said the Cat. “I don’t much care where-”...read more
Stages of Learning: Training and development will likely always be a controversial topic: What methods are the most effective? What is the ROI? Can we prove it? How do we ensure the quality of training? How do we motivate people to want to learn? Are we...read more
I have become amused with the many ‘faces’ of leadership. Recently, I started collecting a list of additional ‘descriptors’ (i.e. servant, adaptive, agile, transformational, authentic, etc.) people are placing in front of the word LEADERSHIP. My ‘list’ is...read more
If you’re in the United States, you’re likely prepping this week for Thanksgiving. It’s a holiday where families get together, eat tasty food, and reflect upon the things that they are most thankful for. It’s a time for reflection, a time for thanks, and a time to...read more
Objective: Understand the cycle (the natural steps) of a learning approach that will ensure all participant learning style preferences are met which will provide a greater likelihood of achieving the workshop learning objectives. Utilizing this model in...read more
People have different preferences in their learning styles. As facilitators, we should be aware of these styles and adjust our training techniques, processes, personal style, and delivery methods to accommodate the various styles represented in the...read more
Source: book entitled ‘Change is Good, You Go First’ by Mac Anderson and Tom Feltenstein; Chapter entitled ‘Forget for Success’: ‘Forget for Success’ is the title of a book written by Eric Harvey and Steve Ventura. In it, they say, “Our brains are like...read more
You might have experienced occasions, as a participant within a learning event or meeting, where you struggled a bit to maintain focus or energy. Studies have shown a range of time within which our attention span remains high – otherwise known as...read more
6. WHAT'S NEXT! Have the courage, commitment, and determination to exercise the discipline to follow the 4 principles offered within ‘THE OZ PRINCIPLE’ (see related book listing later in this material) to drive/reinforce that accountability Leaders must...read more
Educate. Engage. Embrace.
The KLM Group exists to improve the way the world of business learns, grows, and performs through a platform for improving Knowledge (Education), Leadership (Engagement), and Management (Embracing).
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