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Why I Flew Across the Country to Play with LEGO® Bricks for 4 Days

I have been working with leaders in various organizations for years – solving problems, creating strategic plans, pivoting plans to address new developments, restructuring teams, launching new products or processes, etc., etc.  To be honest, after many years of doing this, it sometimes feels like the same old blah, blah, blah, hundreds of sticky notes on a wall, and a new PDCA poster. 
  • Learn and Lead
    Corporate Training Blog

    7 Things You (as a Leader) Must Do to Increase Learning in Your Organization

    There are many ways a leader can increase learning within his or her organization with a mix of formal and informal actions. Here is a quick list of 7 important things you, as a leader, can do to increase learning within your organization:
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    Corporate Training Blog

    Here’s Proof You Don’t Need Experience To Enroll In A Coding Boot Camp

    What do an advertising professional/stay-at-home mom, a vending service tech, and a middle school math teacher have in common?
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    Corporate Training Blog

    [Webinar Recap] Tips to Launch Your Career at USAA

    As part of a partnership with the Maricopa Community Colleges and USAA, we hosted a live webinar last night featuring Gay Meyer, USAA Vice President of HR. Gay shared a little bit about herself and her path to the company as well as some insightful information about work and life at USAA—so much great information that we knew we had to share it beyond those who were able to watch the webinar live.
  • 5 Stages
    Corporate Training Blog

    Leading Organizational Change (aka Grief Management in the Workplace)

    If effective change management is a source of competitive advantage for organizations, then leaders who are masters at leading change initiatives are worth their weight in gold.
  • Corporate Training Blog

    What Triggers an Employee Training Need?

    Training plays a vital role in developing productive employees, finely tuning processes to increase profits, and manage change.
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    Corporate Training Blog

    4 Things Super Bowl LI Can Teach Us About Corporate Training

    Super Bowl LI between the New England Patriots and the Atlanta Falcons was one for the record books in many ways. This was the first Super Bowl that went into overtime, Tom Brady became the first quarterback in NFL history to win five Super Bowls, and a few other historic milestones.
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    Maricopa Community Colleges Blog

    Here's The One Thing You Can Do To Amp Up Your Company's "Cool Factor"

    The “cool factor” – every company wants it and every employee wants to work for a company that has it. So, what does it take for a company to be cool? First of all, cool is subjective; one person thinks kiwi green walls are cool while another person hates those ugly green walls. The thing is - cool isn’t easily definable; it’s a feeling; it’s a personal perception; it’s something that makes you smile. So if paint won’t guarantee your cool factor, what will?
  • Web Developer Graduates
    Corporate Training Blog

    Meet 3 of Our Recent Web Developer Graduates

    Our Web Developer Boot Camp students come from all different backgrounds. Some have experience in the technology field, while others don't, but by the end of the program everyone is fully prepared for a career in web development. Meet some of our recent graduates and learn more about the paths that led them to this in-demand career.
  • Happy Employee
    Corporate Training Blog

    Employee Happiness Doesn't Depend On Free Dry Cleaning Anymore

    In the mid-2000s, I was working for a hi-tech start-up with a lot of promise. Those were the days when hi-tech talent was a hot commodity, and we were all making pretty good salaries and had competitive benefits. The work was exciting and fun.
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    Corporate Training Blog

    Boot Camp Checklist: What You Need (And What You Don't)

    With the next session of our Web Developer Boot Camp coming up soon, we thought it would be helpful to provide a checklist of everything you need to succeed! We'll also cover a few of the things you don't need so you're all set for your first day.