Stock Photo Image and Other Media Sources

Tony Karrer

MorgueFile.com offers stock photographs in high resolution digital. Stock Exchange offers high quality images taken around the world by amateur photographers. TurboPhoto provides free stock images from 10 categories all of which are in the public domain. Its purpose is to provide a set of those graphics most basic and useful for low-level language-teaching, and at the same time, to make them as easily searchable as possible. Low-cost download options. (7)

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Tony Bingham #ASTDL20 keynote

Learning Visions

McDonalds Stock prices have been on a steady rise above the S&P since they chose to invest hugely in learning and development. Robert Niblock, Lowes – employee engagement is critical – engagement is as important as knowledge Most CEOs say that they feel the cuts that they made and we’re still doing ok. Do you trust your friends or the ads? Today I’m at ASTD’s New England Regional Conference: Learning 2.0 Don’t get left behind in lovely Westford, MA.

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5 Lessons Learned from 16 Years in Leadership Development

Abilitie

So rather than write about another new trend, I wanted to reflect and take stock of some truths that I have found to withstand the test of time. It can be hard to ask our participants to give up their evenings when they’ve spent all day working with us to grow, but, if there’s room for it, the benefits often far outweigh the costs. Celebrations are a low-cost, highly effective way to market and promote any leadership program and make learners feel special.

Tools That Make Consulting Easier (And a Few More I Need)

Experiencing eLearning

Stock Images. Graphic Stock: Graphic Stock is the source for many images for my blog posts and presentations. Can Stock Photo: When I need more specific images for courses (e.g., a non-white male teacher talking to a female elementary student), I mostly use Can Stock Photo. I’ve had enough glitches in the last few months that I don’t quite trust it anymore. There are some other free and low-cost options as well.