facilitators

Stay in the Know: Emotionally Intelligent Presentations

Victoria Rodgers

Today the ABR blog is helping you “stay in the know” by sharing an article that we found interesting. We think you will too. As a facilitator, presenter, coach, and frequent subject matter expert, I am often tasked with leading discussions with people around the country on a variety of topics, from organizational strategy to […]

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Mastery of Facilitation Skills

Victoria Rodgers

As a custom training organization, many of the solutions ABR designs for clients are blended, in which eLearning, simulations, coaching, or other learning tools are complemented by an instructor-led training (ILT) component. When we create ILT solutions, we take great pride in developing innovative, application-based, and relevant sessions. But this means NOTHING if the facilitator […]

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Ask, Don’t Tell—A Different Perspective

Darrell Burke

Recently I had the great pleasure of working with a group of employees of a client of ABR’s. They were asked to conduct training for the departments they support and I was facilitating the train-the-trainer session for the content we developed for this training. This group had conducted training before, but they weren’t experienced “trainers” or “facilitators”; […]

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WOW! That Was Fun! But Did I Learn?

Darrell Burke

It’s fascinating to me that many instructors/facilitators I’ve observed and mentored over the years were so serious about their delivery. Now, I don’t mean to say that training isn’t a serious business. Learning content, determining the best way to phrase ideas, and deciding on the most effective questions to ask is quite serious. What I […]

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