How the Miracle on the Hudson Showed the Importance of Training a Team

2019-02-01T10:43:53-04:00January 7th, 2019|Brace For Impact, Team Leadership Tips, Training Ideas, Uncategorized|

It’s been 10 years since US Airways flight 1549 made an emergency landing on New York’s Hudson River. Passenger Dick Richardson and flight attendant Sheila Dail tell how team training played a major role in saving the lives of everyone on board. It sounded like a bowling ball was thrown through the engine. Then, less [...]

How to Squeeze Experiential Learning Into Everyday Activities

2019-02-01T09:46:10-04:00January 24th, 2018|Experiential Learning, Leadership Development Theory, Training Ideas|

Lately, we've been trying to wrap our minds around how to get experiential learning into our daily activities. And, as a result, foster a culture of learning.  Here are our thoughts. As learning leaders, you and I face the challenge of engaging our audiences in learning and development throughout their career, not just relegating learning [...]

Three Tools from Medical Simulations to Implement in Your Learning Ecosystem Today

2019-02-04T16:42:29-04:00January 18th, 2018|Leadership Lessons, Leadership Lessons from other Industries, Training Ideas|

The recent Conference Board Learning & Development Summit in New York City included many fascinating presentations. The Program Director John Gillis, Ph.D. from UPenn, brought together a group of his Ph.D. peers and the result was a fantastic, learning-rich program. One particular presentation caught everyone’s attention. It was a conversation between Shannon McNamara, Assistant Professor [...]

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