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Training As A Campaign

Sep 10,2017

This month we are proud to have the President of CI Squared, John Geraci, present his point of view on the state of the corporate training world, drawing on his experience in the United States Army. Do you feel like you’re flushing training dollars down the toilet? Frustrated and a bit

Sharks and the Concept of Change

Aug 8,2017

What can Whale sharks and Great Whites teach us? The start of the new third quarter and second half of the year is an ideal time to identify changes necessary for a monumental second half. What has gone well and what needs to be tweaked is worth time and reflection.

Are You More Like Twitter or Instagram?

Jul 11,2017

A picture is worth a thousand words… A picture is worth a thousand words, so they say, but the updated version of that phrase sounds more like… put together the pictures with the words and you’ll experience unprecedented engagement and communications. Undeniably we still live in a text based society,

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