September 2022: Most Popular Downloads and Pages

HPT Treasures is becoming a “go-to” resource for learning about Human Performance Technology. With a catalog of more than six hundred resources that are either stored on the site or linked to another source (such as the videos due to size), you could spend a long time searching for the resources that could have the … Continue reading September 2022: Most Popular Downloads and Pages

September 29 (Tonight): Carl Binder Kicks Off the First ISPI Charlotte Event

Tonight, Carl Binder will talk to members of the ISPI Charlotte Chapter. This is the first event since the chapter became virtual. The talk is free for members, and membership is $10/year ($5/year for students and faculty). Here are the details: https://ispicharlotte.org/events/relationships-as-accomplishments Employee Engagement, Workforce Retention, and Servant Leadership with Performance Thinking® Models and ToolsSeptember 29, … Continue reading September 29 (Tonight): Carl Binder Kicks Off the First ISPI Charlotte Event

Video: Learning and Virtual Worlds

Great Minds in Learning - Podcast Series When Mark Zuckerberg announced the renaming of his company from Facebook to Meta in 2021, he provoked a surge of interest in this new thing, the Metaverse. But virtual worlds are nothing new, and people have been learning in virtual worlds for over a decade. This episode explores … Continue reading Video: Learning and Virtual Worlds

Video: Ben Ambridge: 10 Myths About Psychology: Debunked

Video is 15 minutes in length. https://www.ted.com/talks/ben_ambridge_9_myths_about_psychology_debunked?utm_campaign=tedspread&utm_medium=referral&utm_source=tedcomshare Note: Learning Styles are addressed beginning at about the 3:35 mark. Fast talker and with his Brit accent – Ben is not always easy to follow — but/and it is a great message. Transcript available. Learning Styles … is addressed as one of the 10. From the transcript: Learning styles … Continue reading Video: Ben Ambridge: 10 Myths About Psychology: Debunked

4 Reasons Good Employees Lose Their Motivation

by Richard E. Clark and Bror Saxberg March 13, 2019 Motivation — the willingness to get the job done by starting rather than procrastinating, persisting in the face of distractions, and investing enough mental effort to succeed — accounts for 40% of the success of team projects. Yet managers are often at a loss as to how to effectively … Continue reading 4 Reasons Good Employees Lose Their Motivation