Personal development

By Reena

Kintsugi, “Golden Ceramic Mending” is a century old Japanese art of repairing broken and cracked pottery with natural lacquer called Urushi, and finish with surface decoration using powdered gold, giving a new life to when…

It’s that time of year

By Reena

It’s that time of year when we reflect on the days that have passed, and look to the days ahead. This year has been like no other that I’ve experienced, full of highs, lows, the…

Engage participants in your online session

By Reena

HOW? TALK LESS ABOUT YOURSELF I’ve joined a lot of online webinars, meetings, and training lately, and the most engaging ones were delivered by people with training and facilitation skills. What made the sessions engaging…

Advice I gave my daughter this morning

By Reena

I walked into my daughters room and noticed she was looking particularly sad, which was surprising as minutes earlier I’d heard her happily playing. She had made a decision, which to her was a bad one. She had…

Storyboards, why use one?

By Reena

A storyboard is a tool used in training design. It outlines the purpose and content, including text, activities, media and audio that will be in the training. As the name suggests it tells the story…

Training false emergency

By Reena

How often have you heard or said “Let’s get everyone into training, that’ll fix it!” In my learning and development career (spanning decades) I have heard this countless times, even on the news the other…