Let’s celebrate the spaces between… Objects in a composition need to breathe. White space offers an airy canvas stage on which the parts of your design can freely dance. Just ask Mark Boulton, graphic designer and writer from the UK. Here’s my favorite part about Mark’s view on white space: “Whitespace is often used to create aContinue reading “White space”
Just the nuggets, please… The longer I spend in the instructional design world, the more I realize that rapid e-learning really means honing your craft to include a few key questions for SMEs, a few key shapes for your design, and a few key tricks for your creative process. Check out Tom Kuhlmann’s Rapid E-Learning Blog forContinue reading “Rapid E-Learning”
So, you’re writing a riveting scenario to engage your learners and you want to select names for your characters. But you only have two minutes to pick names for your cast of virtual beings. What do you do? I know! Go kleimo!
Ignite your creative spark…. Coaching: http://www.improve.org/coaching.html Leadership: http://www.improve.org/ One-minute Management: http://www.nysscpa.org/cpajournal/old/12268852.htm MIT’s open courseware: http://web.mit.edu/ocw/ Trusted Advisor: http://trustedadvisor.com/articles/
Susan Hendrich – Leadership and Training Specialist Susan’s Professional Profile Leadership Fifteen years’ experience in leading highly successful learning development and change management in business, technology and human service teams. Proven record of facilitating accomplishment of team goals through trusting relationships. Able to foster environments of exceptional employee morale, productivity, and impeccable customer service. PossessContinue reading “Resume”