The Insider’s Guide

Asking the Right Questions: Is Your Question an Invitation, a Request, or a Weapon?

Whether professionally or personally, communicating can be a tricky subject. We often don’t get all the information we need, which can lead to misunderstandings and missed opportunities. The power of questions – your questions – can have a significant impact on your career. From the wording of your questions, to the way your questions are asked, to the congruence between your words and your body language, all will contribute to either success or failure. Undeniably, questions have the power to build collaborative relationships … or destroy them.

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The Insider’s Guide

Overcoming Organizational Dysfunction:
Unlock the Value of Project Management to Get Work Done

Research has proven that project management increases customer and employee satisfaction, as well as overall productivity. It has been shown, time and again, to be a highly effective way to steer an organization in the direction of true stability and innovation. Unfortunately, cultural obstacles often interfere with the methods that make project management so effective in the evolution of an organization. For an experienced project manager, that isn’t a problem – It’s a challenge! This eBook explores how you can apply specific project management tools to leap over the most common hurdles and deliver project success while creating growing and sustainable value.

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The Insider’s Guide

Making Learning Programs Stick: Everything I Need to Know I Learned in High School

Every new job, process, and set of skills requires us to gather and retain an incredible amount of new information — a feat made increasingly difficult as life finds new distractions to place in our path each day. Busy adult learners with countless responsibilities require 3 basic things to tackle these new concepts: structure to organize our new ideas, proper support when encountering obstacles, and a method of accountability to stay motivated. Sound familiar? It’s probably because you spent a few memorable years using the fundamentals of Blended Learning all the way back in high school!

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