Invisible Ink was created as an avenue for those seeking professional development opportunities to have ease of access at their fingertips. Bi-weekly topics will be determined based on the theme for the month, with special guests invited.
Episode 10 - Corporate Required Training
On today's episode we have asked Brandon Taylor to talk about Corporate Required Training (CRT). With the theme of the month being eLearning, his perspective of CRT helps listeners understand the reasoning behind the requirement and how he is using his time to shape CRT for the future.
Episode 9 - Focus Groups
We have a special guest, Kim Shaw to talk about focus groups. She walks us through her history with focus groups and the lessons she learned along the way. She gives us insight on making sure we are prepared and give the participants the best experience for their time.
Episode 8 - Anatomy of a Great Meeting
Episode 8 talks the audience through the Anatomy of a Great Meeting. The good Doctors talk through on when a meeting should take place, what to do before to prepare, what should happen during the meeting and what to do after the meeting has taken place. There are also some fun facts on how to facilitate a discussion.
Episode 7 - Consulting
In this episode of Invisible Ink we have invited multiple guests to speak to their work in the consulting organization. Ashton interviews Kathy, a director in consulting, to talk through how that organization has evolved. Additionally, Angel and Kristen have a conversation over the transformation of the Consulting Academy and how it has improved the associate experience.
Episode 6 - Performance Consulting
The conversation surrounds Performance Consulting where Nate talks about his experience in the development world solving problems through proper questioning/investigation. Performance Consulting is looking beyond what is right in front of you and finding the "why" behind the "what".
Episode 5 - Surveys and Grounded Theory
Ever wondered why your surveys are not producing the results you are looking for? Lauren has some tips and tricks to get the most out of your surveys. Additionally, Dr. Ron weighs in on what to do with the data once it's gathered. He explains how to make sense of what seems to be endless feedback.