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Blended Learning: Why It Is Important To Mix It Up

By Norm Ford

Blended Learning for Compliance Training

Today I want to talk about blended learning, the third component of successful compliance training. So far, as part of a six-part series on this topic, I have discussed the vital role alignment and a risk-based approach play in the design, implementation, and realization of an effective and successful compliance program.

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Preparation Can Save Lives: Why Your EAP Needs To Include an Active Shooter Situation

By Norm Ford   

Active Shooter Training Preparation Can Save Lives: Why Your EAP Needs To Include an Active Shooter Situation

Did you know that the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School was the 208th school shooting since Columbine in 1999?

Again a long list of innocent victims; again the distressing images and the now familiar look of incomprehension, pain and loss etched across the faces of family members.

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Setting the Right Tone At the Top

Setting the Right Tone At the Top

By Norm Ford

“Sticking with the idea that an individual person’s standard of what’s right or wrong is affected by the persons with whom he or she associates, I can’t stress enough the importance of the tone that is established at the top of any organization.

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Failing Fast and Succeeding

Wendy Sachs

By Wendy Sachs

Big trends have a way of touching all of us. From tattoos to Birkenstocks to gay marriage, certain ideas, products, and political movements have an uncanny ability to reach critical mass and then gain acceptance, folding into the fabric of our collective culture.

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Here Comes Percipio ELSA – Learning Just Got a Whole Lot Easier

Here Comes Percipio ELSA – Learning Just Got a Whole Lot Easier

By Apratim Purakayastha

One of the many rewards of having children is that sense of wonder and awe you experience as you watch them grow. Such is the universality of these emotions that even Bob Harris, Bill Murray’s rather enigmatic character in 2003’s critically acclaimed Lost in Translation, talks about kids as being the most interesting people you will ever meet.

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Let It Go: Why We Need To Change the Stories We Tell

Let It Go: Why We Need To Change the Stories We Tell

By Tara O’Sullivan

Stories are powerful teaching tools.

Our brains, research tells us, are hardwired to understand and learn from stories; that we instinctively are drawn to the messaging, and we internalise and “get it” is a most basic human trait.

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