Minimalism is all the rage these days from living in tiny houses to owning just enough to carry in a backpack. There are always extremes but to me, the ultimate goal of minimalism is finding just the right balance so we can live life with more intention and purpose. Your end-user training needs to have balance as well.Continue Reading »
Too busy to address end-user education? You are too busy to NOT think about end-user education. Pushing this ever important factor of success off to the end will result in after-thought training that does not yield results.Continue Reading »
Billions have been spent on EHR systems, yet I can sum the success or failure up in one question – are the end-users utilizing the software? When end-users are unhappy with the EHR system, facilities often look at purchasing a different system. Each EHR has its strengths and weaknesses but...Continue Reading »
Why custom eLearning? It is true that the “point and click” of a software package is pretty generic but the scenarios that drive the point and click are anything but generic. Each site is unique, each role is unique and therefore learning experiences must be unique as well. Otherwise it is tuned out, turned off or not deemed relevant.Continue Reading »
Moments of truth help define us as people and as an organization. Sedona Learning endeavors to live our brand each day: Authentic Purposeful Collaborative. Read on to learn more about a moment of truth for Sedona Learning.Continue Reading »
Valentine’s day is just around the corner, what better time of the year to profess our love for electronic learning! ELearning can be part of a total training solution (blended approach for larger initiatives) or can BE the training solution (particularly for smaller updates and service packs). We are often asked by clients why they should include eLearning options as part of their training solution.Continue Reading »
Sometimes training misses "the forest for the trees". We are so focused on providing learning events that we miss the real purpose - performance outcomes. Learning is not enough, we must look beyond the event and provide the services and tools that turn learning into performance.Continue Reading »
My mother use to recite a poem to me that went something like this:
There was a little girl,
Who had a little curl,
Right in the middle of her forehead.
When she was good,
She was very good indeed,
And when she was bad she was horrid!