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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 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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