Tag Archives: adult learning

How to Give a Killer Presentation and other resources


Whether you are a corporate trainer, public speaker or looking for better ways to train and develop people, you probably look for better ways to make an impact in your communication. I am always learning better ways to present, train … Continue reading

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Making Training Fun


What if something as simple as fun could be the easiest way to change people’s behavior for the better? I just watched this video from http://www.thefuntheory.com/. What if we applied the fun principle to our teaching and training? What if … Continue reading

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A Global Conversation: Learning Together


I want to thank the 167 countries that have visited and read Leader Impact blog in 2013. (The top 13 for 2013 are on the left.) It is beginning to feel like a global conversation. Every culture has it’s unique … Continue reading

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5 Important Reminders for Teaching Adults


Every leader is a teacher; every teacher is a leader!  The two are intertwined.  I enjoyed our first morning with Dr. Jim Adams, Azusa Pacific professor for our Designing Learning Strategies for a Global Environment. Here is an acrostic as … Continue reading

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