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The Move from Face-to-Face to Online Learning

Lately there’s been a real push at work to consider alternatives to delivering facilitator-led programs into online formats.  There’s various reasons for doing so but the main ones are to make our content accessible to our interstate colleagues. Another reason … Continue reading

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Coaching Framework To Be Rolled Out Across Organisation

For previous story see here. Today I visited the corporate headquarters of the company I work for to discuss my new coaching framework.  I had developed a ‘specialist coaching’ framework and a blended learning program that gives subject matter experts … Continue reading

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An Old Coaching Framework Comes Good In a New World…Part 3

Late last week I visited the team that I coached the Job Instruction technique to observe them in practice.  It was the first time the subject matter expert coaches were to coach their team members on the new processes (after … Continue reading

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An Old Coaching Framework Comes Good in the New World…Part 2

Some time ago I wrote a blog post on the implementation of an instructional coaching model for structured workbased learning found here: https://activatelearning.wordpress.com/2012/07/07/an-old-coaching-framework-come-good-in-a-new-world/ It’s been a couple of weeks now and already we have some results from that I’d like … Continue reading

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An Old Coaching Framework Comes Good in a New World

In my current role as an instructional designer on a transformation project, the business has undergone radical change in the recent months. In the past, teams completed processes they had been doing for years and were subject matter experts in … Continue reading

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