The Importance of Storytelling in Technical Training

I started teaching technical courses over thirty years ago. At that time, I’d taught similar topics in a university setting and I enjoyed it then as I do now. But I was frustrated by one item on the course evaluations: “Contribution of personal experience.” The scores on that metric didn’t seem to reflect what I […]
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How to Overcome Training Budget Constraints

Don’t you wish your company allowed unlimited training opportunities to help you improve your technical and business skills? Well, that would be great, but most of us aren’t that lucky. Most companies have training budget limitations that force bosses to pick and choose. We all know training is extremely helpful for the continued growth of employees, which […]
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BlackBerry Syndrome: Have you been diagnosed? – Part 2

As promised at the end of Part 1, I’m back again to provide you with an example of a student who took full advantage of the break. The student in this example had recently joined a leading IT service account management organization where he was having issues with managing certain external customers. He hoped that […]
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BlackBerry Syndrome: Have you been diagnosed? – Part 1

At a recent class, I asked the students to take a 10 minute break. So what was the first reaction from my fellow students? Was it rushing out the door to get the strongest black coffee ever made? Was it actually looking for nearest exit? Actually no, it was if the class had practiced a […]
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New Video Interview with Mobile App Development Instructor Joe Gagliardo

Watch Learning Tree’s new video interview with Joe Gagliardo and find out what he loves about teaching mobile application development. [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Soq35Ovl8VA&w=560&h=315] Learn more about Learning Tree instructors on our website.
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