Do you remember the book, All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten? Recently, I came across a copy of Robert Fulghum's inspirational collection of essays and remembered a high school teacher had a poster with excerpts from this book in her classroom. While I recall looking at the poster, and even reading … Continue reading 10 Things You Learned in Kindergarten That Will Make You a Better Facilitator
Are you on Pinterest? While this addictive, visual social platform has certainly made its mark when it comes to everything from home decorating ideas to recipes to hairstyling tips (and SO much more), it is also a terrific resource for training, instructional/eLearning design and talent development professionals. I've been pinning for a couple of years … Continue reading Pinterest for Learning Professionals: A Starter Kit
Have you ever been asked (or instructed) to facilitate a training session, and you're NOT the expert in the room? I think we've all been there at one time or another. It's easy to let the nerves or negative self-talk take over - a little too easy, right? How do you project authority on the … Continue reading 3 Tips to Facilitate With Confidence (even when you’re not an expert)
Today, we have a special treat for you here on phase(two)learning - a first, in fact. This is a collaborative post! Read on... PowerPoint is such an easy tool to use. Just because we use it, however, doesn’t mean we use it well. The Challenge: Trick Out My PowerPoint! The Trick Out My PowerPoint Challenge … Continue reading Trick Out My PowerPoint!