This Week on #TalkTech: Leadership Balance, Computers for Creativity, and Building a Better Calendar

Bottom-Line Performance

The article says the attributes of a great leader mostly fall into 4 categories: Trust, Relationships, Results and Emotional Intelligence. Can you make the calendar better? These designers are trying to improve upon one of the oldest tools you use every day: the calendar. They’ve set out to make a calendar that is “just enough” for casual use. Are then any ways you would want to improve the calendar? Ex-Ideo Designers Rethink The Calendar For Mobile Devices.

Listen: Discover Financial Services’ Jon Kaplan on tuition assistance programs and the importance of building trust among your learning team

CLO Magazine

I always thought that the way you become a good manager is by – they talk about building trust is the first job of a manager. I thought that was that with each individual, I could build a trusting relationship with each of them. What I didn’t understand is that much more important is to build trust among them, that they had to trust each other. There were little things I was doing that were undermining their trust amongst themselves.

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Workplace safety training programs provide more than just good numbers

OpenSesame

Building a safe work environment builds trust between leadership and a workforce, and creating a healthy working space has benefits that go way beyond physical and technological protection. Consumer trust. Less risk means more reward. . By Amber Bogdewiecz.

Top 24 LMS Features: The Complete List (2020 Update)

Docebo

Calendar configurability. Managing numerous learners and online courses in an LMS can feel like heavy lifting, especially if you want to provide a more tailored experience (and trust us, you definitely do). Calendar configurability.

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Daily Bookmarks 04/27/2008

Experiencing eLearning

Series of posts from Darren Rowse on Problogger about blogger credibility and building trust through longevity, experience, expertise, generosity, transparency, and more. Free Scheduling Software | Integrate Outlook, Google Calendar & Exchange Availability - TimeBridge. Scheduling tool–have people indicate what times work for them and this automatically finds a match for everyone, notifies them, and updates your calendar. Blogger Credibility.

Personal Mobile Mastery

Clark Quinn

The Revolution isn’t an obvious match, nor is games (though trust me, I could make them work ;), but a more obvious match was mlearning. You’d have to have rich tagging around your calendar to signal what it is you’re doing for a system to be able to leverage that information, but I reckon we can get there if and when we want. A conversation with a colleague prompted a reflection.

Amy Porterfield Email Marketing Teardown

learnWorlds

CTA to Add the Masterclass to Their Calendar. The purpose of this private group is likely so that Amy and her team can build closer connections with new subscribers and create a place for the community to grow — after all, community is where trust is built… and all sales rely on trust ??.

My Professional Learner’s Toolkit

Clark Quinn

A set of trusted web resources : That’d be Wikipedia, pretty much. A variety of productivity apps and tools : Calendar is crucial, and Pagico keeps me on track for projects. My colleague, Harold Jarche, recently posted about his professional learning toolkit, reflecting our colleague Jane Hart’s post about a Modern Learner’s Toolkit. It’s a different cut through the top 10 tools. So I thought I’d share mine, and my reflections.

Email Marketing Tips for Online Course Creators

LearnDash

The moment a visitor submits a subscription request, display a Thank You page that tells them how much appreciate their support and trust. This may seem counter-intuitive, but making someone angry that the accidentally joined your group isn’t the way to build trust and encourage subscribers to pay for your courses. TIP: Try Calendars and Newsletters. Simply creating an online courses and putting a price onto it will only get you so far.

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Friday Finds: The Best of Learning, Design & Technology | November 15, 2019

Mike Taylor

Things like trust, speed and treating people like adults. For more check out the upcoming conference schedule or the L&D webinars and professional development events calendar by Kari Knisely ( @KariKnisely ). The library is the temple of learning, and learning has liberated more people than all the wars in history. Carl T. Rowan. We’ve been getting an early blast of winter around here this week. No matter when the snow and colder weather arrive, I’m never quite ready for it.

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10 Ideas for Great Video Content

mysimpleshow

These all work together to give people a sense of familiarity and therefore generates trust in your company and its operations. Viewers that are familiarized with the members of your team feel that they can trust those behind the scenes and this gives them a sense of security.

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15 Best Online Course Themes For Your WordPress LMS

The Be-all and End-all Guide to Creating a Supreme LearnDash LMS

There’s a reason why it’s trusted not only by hundreds of thousands of individual teachers but also by corporations and even universities. The premium plugins that come free with it include Contact Form 7, Event Calendar and WooCommerce, so you don’t need to purchase any of them separately.

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Friday Finds: The Best of Learning, Design & Technology | August 30, 2019

Mike Taylor

Outsource that task to the people who do it for a living, and trust that the good stuff will come to you. L&D webinars and professional development events calendar by Kari Knisely ( @KariKnisely ). “Learned we may be with another man’s learning: we can only be wise with wisdom of our own.” ? Michel de Montaigne, It has been a beautiful week here as we head into a long Labor Day weekend. We’re looking forward to lots of nice outdoor time and an extra day of rest and relaxation.

Integrating Social Learning in the Workplace

ID Reflections

One cannot inset social learning in the training calendar and feel happy about it. The fundamental pillars of social learning have always been trust and a willingness to share and cooperate. What we have lost today are precisely the art of communicating with openness and trust. It means demonstrating trust, practising open sharing, following transparent processes.

Doist’s Fadeke Adegbuyi on training a completely remote workforce on productivity

TalentLMS

Calendar invitations for meetings can include dozens of people, and open floor plans lead to noise and distraction. Regularly assess calendars for recurring meetings that may be unnecessary and replace status meeting updates with asynchronous updates instead.

Seven challenges of managing a remote team and how to overcome them

TalentLMS

From a simple online poll that lists selected dates and times that team members can choose to calendaring apps and a variety of websites and free hosts that assess participant availability, there are ways that make the process of scheduling a meeting less stressful. (It Building trust. Building trust is difficult for remote managers and team members. Being transparent can help to build trust for all parties. Remote teams are extremely common in today’s workforce.

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3 Tips for Planning a Successful Sales Kickoff

Allego

This content is popular with other sellers because they trust their peers. A related front-line sales presentation provides credibility because salespeople trust other salespeople the most. Create a calendar for release of this content to extend the reinforcement of the kickoff and align with your strategy. Your content will have greater meaning when your reinforcement is grouped by themes and the calendar is published to sales.

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Overcoming Obstacles: Managers Are Perfectly Positioned to Help Workers Learn

Degreed

Managers are already the most trusted source for learning inside any organization. Checking in about goals and opportunities can build trust and align expectations. She trusts her people, and she isn’t worried about every move that workers make along the way.

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Getting Past the Gatekeeper

Your Training Edge

Many executive level decision-makers trust their entire lives to the assistant. That person has control over the executive’s calendar, office, files, etc. You’ve worked on your presentation, your communication skills, and your research in order to persuade a particular client. But then you realize that getting to the decision maker is going to be more difficult than you imagined, because that person has a gatekeeper.

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The future of leadership: Skills to look for in business leaders post-COVID-19

CLO Magazine

Leaders need to be transparent and realistic with their expectations, which can help build and maintain a culture of trust. The COVID-19 pandemic has radically altered the business landscape.

The definitive guide to recruiting and online training for remote teams

Coassemble

Establish a higher level of trust with a candidate. You should also send an email and calendar link so the candidate has options to select from. Building trust with video : When you’re working with a remote candidate you won’t see in-office, it’s important you trust them.

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Is Too Much Collaboration a Bad Thing?

Inkling

When you have a group working on a common goal , things get done faster, team members have an opportunity to assess their own strengths and weaknesses, and individuals can increase their knowledge base and trust in one another. When help seekers ask for hands-on assistance rather than turning to existing informational materials, “ an exchange that might have taken five minutes or less turns into a 30-minute calendar invite that strains personal resources on both sides of the request.”

How Membership Site Owners Can Go Beyond the Simple Contact Form to Unlock Incredible Powers with Zack Katz of GravityView

LifterLMS

For example, we just came up with a new calendar add-on for Gravity Forms. Calendars. What can we do with calendars? How does Gravity Forms and calendars in GravityView work together?

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Navigating the New Normal: Advice from Degreed Clients | Vale

Degreed

Not to overdo it, but I have some time in my calendar just to ask people how they’re doing. The first thing in moments like these is for leaders to trust. They’re building a team based on trust. If there is no trust, nobody is going to be delivering what you need.

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Free Sales Tools Reps Can’t Live Without

Xyleme

Scheduling tools allow prospects to book time directly on your calendar, minimizing unnecessary back-and-forth when you’re trying to find a mutually convenient time for a meeting. Calendly (free version): Generate a custom link that allows anyone to book time on your calendar.

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Sales Managers: Get More out of the Time You Have in the Field

Pract.us

You have a team member who needs to improve her listening skills and there’s a customer meeting on her calendar this week. Trust building. Managers, make the most of your time in the field with custom coaching plans. Most sales managers get to spend 50% or less of their time in the field with reps. But researchers have concluded that time spent managing the sales team has the most impact on sales.

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10 Things Great Leaders Do

Nvolve

Trust People. Let’s start with trust. Trust is not something that just happens, it needs to be earned and one of the key ways that it can be earned is through communicating in an open and honest way. Creates trust. Trust People. Open the door to trust.

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Learning During the Pandemic

HCMguru

From the LXP we also have very detailed calendar which manages VILT, which is virtual instructor led training. Overview: Personalized learning to employee connect to need for enhanced communication.

Integrating Social Learning In The Workplace

Learnnovators

One cannot inset social learning in the training calendar and feel happy about it. The fundamental pillars of social learning have always been trust and a willingness to share and cooperate. What we have lost today are precisely the art of communicating with openness and trust. It means demonstrating trust, practising open sharing, following transparent processes.

Customer Experience Key to Product Design

Origin Learning

Not only was it an opportunity to ‘polish’ the platform by enhancing the features, but also an opportunity to win the customer’s confidence and trust as that is what a customer engagement typically should result in. An integrated calendar is available to show both learning and work schedules. Let’s start by presuming that your social learning flight has taken off. We are just as eager as you are to share our experience that could perhaps shape your learning curve.

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How to Avoid and Mitigate Skills Gaps

KnowledgeAnywhere

Scheduling this kind of training session can often prove difficult, as everyone may have a busy calendar. The key to developing a solid online training program is having a trusted partner with you on the journey.

CEO Yuchun Lee on Leadership in Learning

Allego

Above and beyond traditional learning, employees need two things: the latest and most relevant content from trusted sources and an efficient, low-friction way to collaborate.

Friday Finds: The Best of Learning, Design & Technology | March 27, 2020

Mike Taylor

Speak Aid 2020 is 50 Keynotes from 50 Great Speakers | Free virtual conference – Topics range from leadership, marketing, innovation, communication, trust, change, resilience, growth and more! L&D webinars and professional development events calendar by Kari Knisely ( @KariKnisely ).

Just-in-Time Learning: Are You Using It to Its Full Potential?

Schoox

Plan out a step-by-step model of what you want people to learn, and create a calendar. With this method, companies are also showing a little more faith in their team, as they’re telling them “here’s what you need to know, and I trust you’ll learn and apply it when you need to.”. Almost everything is on demand nowadays. It doesn’t take more than a simple push of a button to have access to ample resources and entertainment.

How Sellers Can (and Should) Adapt to a Virtual World

Allego

Virtual Adaptation : Sellers must check the meeting invite to see if others have been added to the calendar. This article appeared originally in Forbes. Virtual selling—working a deal remotely when you can’t be there in person—is the new normal for B2B salespeople.

How to Develop Executive Presence and Lead with Confidence [Free Exercises]

Continu

People trust you to make these decisions. Use that trust and the power that comes with it to become a better leader. Start this exercise today: Identify one habit that you’d like to build, and make recurring calendar entries to remind yourself to take action. Leaders with strong executive presence have networks of people that trust them and that they can rely upon. But when you show that you care, you’ll develop the trusted, confident persona you want.

Learning Resolutions: Promises Can't Take a Punch

OpenSesame

Trusting the Plan. To support this effort, I am doing a better job of calendaring my commitments. I''ve enlisted the Sunrise calendar app with its integration with other tools such as other calendars, social media, and Evernote, I can be more aware and make balanced decisions regarding my time and energy. Trust the Plan: My plan is "Social First." To truly make a difference, I need to trust myself, my network, and my plan.

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It’s All About the Brand, ‘Bout the Brand…

Learning Rebels

Trust me on this. No, not some bland training calendar buried in the quarterly report sent out by operations where you will be buried in the small print. Brands are all around us and at a glance we know what they mean and who they represent. They fit naturally and comfortably into our lexicon, instantly recognizable.

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How to Close the Enterprise When You’re Just a Startup (Summit Replay)

Sales Hacker

This is me coming to an executive or a buyer and I’m saying, “ Trust me. I need you to believe in what I’m showing you and I need you to trust me. ” They’ve got to go, “ I have, and I’m telling you, trust me, I trust them.