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It’s All Thanks to You

While we now think of Thanksgiving as a time to be with those we love as we sink into a food coma, its origins are a little more complicated. It wasn’t until Honest Abe was trying to help unite the North and South that he declared Thanksgiving a national holiday in 1863, as a way […]

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Learning with Gamification: Pairing a Powerful Business Vision with the Right Design Strategy

Learning with Gamification

From our past blogs, many of our visitors are aware that Allen has put a stake in the ground on helping companies use their brand for corporate and consumer education. As a recap, we believe that to be effective in the area of brand education it’s important to mesh marketing best practices with deep instructional […]

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Finance Training: Tips to Create a Compliance Culture


What comes to mind when considering “training in the financial services industry”? For me it’s an easy one … compliance. Having worked in finance and held licenses to sell securities for over 15 years, I’ve taken my fair share of compliance courses. Like clockwork, every few months I’d find myself in front of a computer […]

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Retail Training Trends: The Importance of Front-Line Employees

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As a young adult, I worked a few hours a week at a national clothing retail chain to stay in the “now” on clothing trends and, of course, for the employee discount. Looking back, I didn’t receive a single minute of training outside of how to use the merchant system to ring customers up. As […]

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Hit the Target: Craft Learning Activities that Transform Ideals into Results

Target - Learning Activities TN

It’s day one on your new learning design project, and you’re meeting with the client to discuss desired outcomes for their employee training program. You’re all ready to talk about observable, measurable behaviors and define precise learning objectives that fit neatly into a performance map. But when you ask the client to describe what success […]

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