Want to Get Ahead? Be a Self-Starter.
5 Interesting Facts About Body Language
A self-starter is someone who takes action on tasks to keep momentum strong. Through proactively pursuing a goal, a self-starter sets herself up for success. She also helps to inspire others to do the same. We love this topic. So we decided to sit down with Rafi E. Ahmad, Adjunct Instructor, UMBC ISD Graduate Program. […]
How to Make a Good and Lasting First Impression
Our bodies are constantly speaking for us, whether we realize it or not. Through body language, we can interpret personality traits, feelings, and attitudes simply through visuals of facial expressions and movements. People Can Identify Aspects Of Your Personality People communicate through both verbal and nonverbal methods. Essentially, nonverbal cues offer a more accurate measure […]
Finding the Balance with ISD Design and Development
Everyone always emphasizes how important making a good first impression is, but what exactly makes up a good one? The answer can vary from person to person, depending on their interests, skills, and personality. Here are a few general go-to actions to help ensure that you’re making a good and lasting impression. What Is An […]
Is Workplace Learning and Development Stuck?
What skill is more important in creating a course…design or development? Are they overlapping skills? Does one feed off the other? Confusing? You bet!
Workplace learning creates a rich and dynamic environment. It supports growth and development. Engaged professionals feel empowered and energized to find ways to improve and stay on top of their game. Let’s take a look at one company who analyzed their workplace learning. At the end of each year, Towards Maturity, an organization dedicated to […]