How often are you truly engaged in real conversations where you’re staying in the moment, really listening, and connecting? If most of us are honest, we’re formulating what we’ll say […]

New research from an undisclosed lab in a Fredrickson employee’s basement points to a possible new frontier for corporate training.  “Sleeping with a book under one’s pillow has long been […]

Eight professionals posing for a picture in a conference room

Back row: JoAnn Cintron, Tara Aiken, Molly Hendricks, Jill Stanton, Alison DeRudder Thorpe. Front row: Sarah Walz, Robin Lucas, Dave Lasecke. Not pictured: Amy Keppert.   For several months now, we’ve […]

At Fredrickson Learning, we like to stay in touch with the L&D industry. You might say we’re hungry for it. We run several thriving L&D communities, and networking is built into […]

With the 2016 Learning Leadership Summit just a few days away, I’d be hard pressed to pick a word to describe my feelings about the event. A few of the […]

We had a terrific meeting of the Fredrickson Mobile Learning Network yesterday. Our topic was “Using Video for Mobile Learning” and we had three great presentations from members who shared […]

The Learning Leadership Summit is coming up fast, on July 14th, and I can’t wait. The Summit — as the premier gathering of leadership-level learning, development, HR, and talent management […]

Inc. Magazine published an excellent list of business books. Wait. I know what you’re thinking: “Nooooo! Not another business book list.” I agree. But one thing, and only one thing, […]

“If all of this [learning how to read critically] sounds like hard work, you’re right. Most people won’t do it. That’s what sets you apart.” Farnam Streets’ post: How to Read […]

Continuing on the theme of recent posts about the role of gamification in learning design, this article provides some relevant insights not only about what’s wrong, but how to do it […]