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Thank you

Posted: November 11, 2015 by don
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To all you have served this Nation, Thank you. #Happy Veterans Day ...

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mLearning in a Global World

Posted: February 9, 2015 by don
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Recent studies suggest that in the United States, mobile devices are quickly closing what was once a notable “digital divide.” This trend is also apparent on a global level. Mobile Phones Bridging the Digital Divide In developing countries around the world, mobile devices are not only often far more widely available than desktop or laptop computers but also more accessible than landline telephones. In 2012, Haiti’s approximately 10 million residents owned an estimated 6 million m...

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A memorable trip to Ghana

Posted: January 10, 2015 by don
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For your viewing, some memories from our recent trip to Ghana. Enjoy them here....

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When Oprah Endorses – My SaveDarfur story

Posted: January 8, 2015 by don
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I am sure many have their own Oprah stories but I decided to write this because of  a line I read in a recent review of Lee Daniel's movie 'The Butler' starring Forest Whitaker, Oprah Winfrey (of course) and a host of stellar cast members. I have not personally seen the movie but I plan to as soon as I can. You can read the full review here. So here's the line that caught my attention as [Dergarabedian said. "An Oprah Winfrey endorsement virtually guarantees you a hit."]. That's when I remember...

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Because referrals are still the best

Posted: January 8, 2015 by don
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As  business owner, I am always on the hunt for better lead sources for our products: eLeaP, Azimio,CaptureLeave. No matter how much SEO or SEM you do. No matter how great your LinkedIn profile is or how buzz worthy your Facebook or Twitter accounts are, nothing beats old fashioned referral leads to grow your business. Now before my non-profit friends go asking for my head .... I am talking about all businesses; profit and non-profit. Think about the whole social media craze -- essential...

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A series of small steps: lessons on the road

Posted: January 8, 2015 by don
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Those who know me, know I try to get a good run in before the hustle and bustle of the day kicks in. Typically I do about 5 miles or so. Since these runs are not training for any particular race, I take it easy but generally try to improve on my time from the previous day. To say I am not as young as I used to feel... will be an understatement however, I genuinely enjoy the open road and time to think. So lately my times have been all over the map. These are my times for this month: Date ...

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We are happy to see you succeed

Posted: January 8, 2015 by don
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Sometimes we are asked what our reason for being is. It is actually quite simple. We live to see our clients succeed. We are happiest when our clients tell us how they were able to accomplish their goals and objectives because of a little bit of help their received from us. We absolutely thrive on being a small part of positive changes that are occurring in the lives and work of our clients. While others see business as a chance to get rich, we see it as a vehicle to give back and to hel...

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4 Types of Development that Create Future Leaders

Posted: January 8, 2015 by don
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Making the right training programs available to today’s employees creates the right set of leaders for the future. Four different training programs can help managers of today turn today’s employees into tomorrow’s managers. These four programs include coaching, group training, cross-training and one-on-one training. Coaching Coaching employees is one form of professional development to help move employees into a managerial role. Training by coaching does not have to be a formal p...

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How to Develop and Encourage a Culture of Learning

Posted: January 7, 2015 by don
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Download our new whitepaper, Developing a Culture of Learning, at this link. It has been said that workplace culture is a collection of unwritten rules, codes of behavior and practices by which people operate. What then is a culture of learning? Is this a series of unwritten codes and rules regarding the role and importance an organization places on learning? Are learning and training the same? Some of the most admired organizations for company culture include Zappos, Google, Apple, OxFam ...

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