Tip #199: The Case For Credentials, Not Initials

I have a bias that I am going to share, based on thirty years of experience in training and consulting: Knowing is not doing, and doing is better. By knowing, I mean initials based on academic degrees and professional certifications. By doing, I mean credentials based on expertise. Yes, initials can open doors, particularly for […]

Tip #198: A Tribute to Flip Charts

I love using flip charts! I think that they are the key audiovisual for any interactive training. The minute you have flip charts in the room, people KNOW that they are going to have to get involved!! Flip charts are amazingly flexible. The facilitator can lead a large group brainstorming session and post their responses […]