Empowering Education at ConEd

Safety & Compliance Training

More than 10 million people in the greater New York metropolitan region rely on Con Edison (ConEd) to keep the lights blazing, the gas burning in their furnaces, and the steam running through their pipes. But who empowers the employees of ConEd when it comes to ensuring that this sprawling service and delivery infrastructure is operating properly?

Striking Nurses and the Case for Anonymous Response Systems

Doctor Nurse Burnout Matches

We’ve written about burnout before as it relates to physicians. But nurse burnout is no less real, as anyone following the news today will know. Some 2,200 burned out nurses walked off the job in Chicago in mid-September. A day later there were strikes in California, Arizona and Florida.

Press Button A to Save a Life

Training Response Systems

What is stress? Let’s see: How about police or military personnel finding themselves faced with difficult shoot/no-shoot decisions. To be sure, the possibility of getting shot is definitely a cause of stress, and the symptoms of stress in those situations are very clear. Time horizons contract and the immediacy of the situation can overwhelm all else; the fight or flight impulse can take over, sometimes with disastrous effects.

A Clearer Picture of Medical Team Stress

Physician Burnout Training

It’s no secret that being a doctor is a high-stress career. The constant pressure of making life-and-death decisions, as well as those that might have long term effects on not just patients, but also their families and loved ones, can wear down even the toughest professional.

Maximize Application of the Five Moments of Learning Need with Audience Response Technology

Professional Training

One of the most talked-about business strategies to emerge in the last decade is known as the Five Moments of Learning Need. Designed by performance support experts Bob Mosher and Dr. Conrad Gottfredson, the training framework suggests that there are five consistent steps to learning

Keep Your Team Focused During Active Shooter Response Training

Active Shooter Response Training

The tragedies of mass shootings never seem out of the news cycle for long these days. It’s an unfortunate reality of modern life that, no matter what the cause or motivation, some people will attack a school or workplace intent on taking as many lives as possible.

Adaptive Teaching Customizes Curricula for Individual Learners

Adaptive Learning Infographics

In just about any instructional environment, a teacher or trainer is typically faced with learners who represent a wide variety of experience and a diverse body of knowledge coming into a class or seminar.

Don’t Underestimate the Value of Ongoing Employee Training

Whether it’s the result of new technology, upgraded systems or new procedures, at some point it’s going to be necessary to train a large group of your existing workers.

Encourage Interactive Engagement with Dynamic Visuals

Whether your preference is classic Looney Toons, the revolutionary work of Pixar, or the mind-bending offerings of “Rick and Morty,” it’s easy to argue that a little animation can make just about anything better.
The same holds true for business presentations and corporate training.

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