Build Your Elearning Portfolio: It’s Easier Than You Think!
Presented at ATD TechKnowledge 2015 | Las Vegas, NV January 2015
Standard resumes and cover letters are no longer sufficient if you want to stand out from the crowd. Having a good portfolio has always been important for freelancers, but it’s quickly becoming a must have for anyone in e-learning who hopes to snag the best opportunities that come along, inside your organization or out. Having a portfolio is a great way to showcase your accomplishments, skills, experiences, and personality. Creating a great looking e-learning portfolio is easier than you think. With more options than ever before, anyone can build an e-learning portfolio that looks like a million bucks.
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Dr Seuss On Performance Support
Ignite presentation at the Elearning Guild Performance Support Symposium | Boston, MA 2012
One of the biggest challenges of implementing a performance support (PS) initiative is simply getting support from your enterprise and stakeholders. As part of the Elearning Guild’s Performance Support Symposium, I was one of six learning leaders who asked to share their insights on how to sell PS to the enterprise … in SIX minutes. This is my response in a fun, fast, and informative format!
Assuring That Your Performance Support Initiatives Aren’t Getting “Lost in Translation”
How can you ensure that the organization sees you as a valued contributor? The best way is for you to understand and support it in reaching its goals. Performance support is one of the few organizational processes with an opportunity to align individual performance with the strategic goals of the business. How do you align with and successfully translate these goals into the actions necessary to meet them? Presented at Performance Support Symposium 2012
Getting BETTER Results by Doing LESS Training
Stakeholders often come to us asking for courses, but the courses are either overkill or aren’t what is needed. And sometimes they do need “courses,” but only to check off a box. But in either case, developing courses ties up resources (including learners’ time) that they could use for better purposes. When we are asked to build courses, we have a responsibility to challenge and validate that creating a course is the most effective and efficient approach.
The Art & Science of Presentations
Not only did Cate Taylor slash her grocery budget by 60 percent when she lost her job in 2009, she’s managed to sustain her saving streak for over two years! This local mom will discuss the best places to find coupons and deals and ways to stay organized. She’ll also provide insights into how to bring it all together to maximize savings.