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eCoaching May 1
I'm in :-): Product Design: The Delft Design Approach
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Harvard Biz Review Apr 20
It’s not just about what you say in the pitch. To sell more ideas, focus on what your hands are doing, too.
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CMO.com DE Apr 3
Der Begriff klingt so einfach & klar, ist für viele aber irreführend - Dabei schlummert in jedem Unternehmen Content, mit dem man tolle Geschichten erzählen kann: via
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eCoaching Mar 6
eLearning Award 2019 geht an inside und L’Osteria
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Hasso Plattner Institute NYC Feb 21
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Alex Corbitt Feb 23
128 Bloom’s Taxonomy Verbs for Digital Learning 🤔💡💻🕹📲 (by )
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Harvard Biz Review Feb 21
If you want people to use your brilliant new invention, you need to explain why your customers should care and how they should use it
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Harvard Biz Review Feb 10
Even longstanding, unhelpful patterns can be turned around with the right approach
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Brent Schlenker #IDIODC Feb 9
Do we really need 32 Learning Theories? A Visual Summary: 32 Learning Theories Every Teacher Should Know -
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eCoaching Feb 9
Absolut, habe den Kurs auch bei Jörg gemacht. Er bietet auch super Materialien im Nachhinein - kostenfrei -an.
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Harvard Biz Review Feb 5
In order to be effective, leaders need to be trusted
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Christopher Soto Feb 1
1/n. New paper! Does personality research replicate? I tried to replicate 78 previously-published links between the Big Five traits and consequential life outcomes. You won't believe what happened next...
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eCoaching Jan 31
What Will Software Look Like Once Anyone Can Create It? Shishir Mehrotra can’t wait, neither can I
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eCoaching Jan 26
achieve UVP3 -> question is: how important is each element to our customers <- I think the only real way
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eCoaching Jan 20
Are excellence-seeking perfectionists or failure-avoiding perfectionists better performers at work? To be perfect has significant costs for employees and organizations. Instead of encouraging employees to be “perfect,” we might be better off with going for “good enough.”
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eCoaching Jan 18
interesting and informative: Intellectual Humility — Shane Snow via -> my next book: dream teams :-)
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Harvard Biz Review Jan 11
Try these approaches when your imagination needs a little help.
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elearninginfographic Jan 8
eLearning Trends In 2019: How To Use Them To Enhance Your Learning Strategy
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Jane Hart Dec 27
The 10 most read articles in the Modern Workplace Learning magazine in 2018
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eCoaching Dec 20
Neue Studie: Welche Fähigkeiten brauchen wir für die Arbeitswelt 4.0? | Deutschland via
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