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Here are a few secrets that could help you to become a better project manager. In fact, we’re sharing a whole list published in this article by the CIO. Learn how to put together a great team, set expectations and clearly state responsibilities in order to become more successful at project management. Go ahead, take…

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Thinking Creatively About Project Management

  When we talk to potential clients, frequently we hear complaints about project management. Unclear goals, missed timelines, poor communication, and overrun budgets make up the bulk of the complaints lodged. With so much emphasis placed on creativity here at Inno-Versity, you might think that something as left-brained as project management would not be top…

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You Can’t Be A Great Manager…If You’re Not A Good Coach!

Here’s another great HBR article from Monique Valcour, “You Can’t Be a Great Manager if You’re Not a Good Coach”. Coaching and management go hand in hand. We want our clients and team members to be successful. Learn how to be a good coach and encourage their success! https://hbr.org/2014/07/you-cant-be-a-great-manager-if-youre-not-a-good-coach?cm_sp=Article-_-Links-_-Top%20of%20Page%20Recirculation

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7 Ways to Create Training that Values the Learner

  It’s not a secret, here at Inno-Versity we are always advocating for the learner. That’s precisely why Communication is one of our 5 Essential Elements of Excellence. But how we define Communication might surprise you so we’ll unpack it a bit in this newsletter. We’ll also share some easy ways to help you improve…

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Picking Colors

Finding and using the correct color scheme for a client can sometimes be tricky. The Rapid ELearning Blog recently published a blog post giving some helpful hints and tools that can assist with color picking. Picking colors:  http://bit.ly/1QLZmNo

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Instructional Design Cheatsheets?

Instructional Design Cheatsheets? Yes, we use them at Inno-versity! ID Cheatsheets are designed to help with our e-learning development. You will want to fine tune your cheatsheets to meet the needs of your employees and your clients but here are some useful and helpful examples to get you started! https://community.articulate.com/articles/10-id-cheatsheets-you-ll-want-to-keep-close-by?utm_source=epiphanies&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=020216-Epiphanies-1&mkt_tok=3RkMMJWWfF9wsRolsqnKZKXonjHpfsX94usoUKOg38431UFwdcjKPmjr1YAHT8V0aPyQAgobGp5I5FENQrPYRahht6cNWg%3D%3D

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Three Ways Leaders Can Listen with More Empathy

In Stephen Covey’s The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, he advises, “Seek first to understand, then to be understood.” At Inno-Versity, it’s crucial that we understand our clients needs. This can only be learned through listening, which is also a vital skill for business growth and development. So how can we develop this skill?…

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The Adult Learning Theory – Andragogy – of Malcolm Knowles

When Inno-Versity talks about instructional design, what we really mean is learning for adults.  Did you know there is an entire educational theory devoted specifically to adult learners? Malcolm Knowles, an American adult educator, adopted the theory of andragogy, or the art and science of adult learning. Check it out: The Adult Learning Theory –…

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