Blog Posts & Published Articles
By Mark Samuel – So far we’ve explored two of the most common traps that even seasoned content designers and facilitators can make when they turn to offering virtual events:
By Mark Samuel – In Part 1, we shared one of the most common mistakes made by seasoned content creators and trainers—to underestimate the differences between live and virtual events.
By Mark Samuel – Those of us who are experienced in delivering in-person training workshops with a high degree of success are finding the move to a virtual learning environment
By Mark Samuel – It’s been less than a month since many local governments loosened restrictions, and some companies are already making significant mistakes in how they are approaching reentry.
By Mark Samuel – This is part 4 in a 4-part series to help organizations navigate re-entry after the initial impact of COVID-19. If you’re just joining the conversation, don’t
No one wants to be micromanaged, or be a micromanager—but managers are held accountable for completion of work, and if the work isn’t being done, micromanaging becomes the default management style.