The Business of Learning

Our congratulations to the City of Woodbury and its Communications Coordinator, Jason Egerstrom, for winning an Award of Excellence in the websites category in the Minnesota Association of Government Communicators (MAGC) annual Northern Lights Awards competition. The City’s website was also nominated in the Best of Show category. We were happy to have played a […]

eLearning

First, some quick stats: As of February 2012, 104 million people in the US owned an iPhone. (comScore Datamine) On a typical day, 68% of all smartphone owners go online using their phone. (Pew Research Center) IDC predicts that 106 million tablet computers will be sold this year. IDC also predicts that by 2015, more […]

The Business of Learning

Coauthored by Al Watts, founder of inTEgro, Inc. Editor’s Note: This entry is part of the Fredrickson Thought Leaders in Learning series. For this guest blogging series, we’ve invited well-known experts in a variety of fields to address leadership-level learning and development professionals with their thoughts on topics of their choosing. Our hope is to […]

The Business of Learning

Editor’s Note: This entry is part of the Fredrickson Thought Leaders in Learning series. For this guest blogging series, we’ve invited well-known experts in a variety of fields to address leadership-level learning and development professionals with their thoughts on topics of their choosing. Our hope is to prompt discussion around an expansive range of ideas and […]

The Business of Learning

Looking for material for a leadership development program? Working on your own leadership skills? Seeking an alternative to leadership frameworks, checklists, and theories? Learn Like a Leader will satisfy any of these objectives. It’s a collection of of essays from leadership experts edited by Marshall Goldsmith, Beverly Kaye, and Ken Shelton. Each essay is about […]

Jess Elmquist presents at Fredrickson Learning's Learning Leadership Summit

I was in China a week ago (for work and play) and I came across a statue that immediately caught my attention. It was of a woman with three heads and four arms. I took a picture in front of it and sent it to a group of professional pals, saying . . . I […]