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Segment 6 (18) Life-long Learning

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Segment 7 (18) The Role of Humor in the Workplace

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Segment 3 (18) Performance Analytics

Started by Paul Terlemezian in Georgia LEARNS 2018. Last reply by Bill Crose Nov 12, 2018. 6 Replies

Segment 10 (18) CEO Readiness

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Segment 12 (18) Collaborative Working Sessions

Started by Paul Terlemezian in Georgia LEARNS 2018. Last reply by Bill Crose Nov 12, 2018. 3 Replies

Segment 2 (18) Workforce Readiness

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Segment 1 (18) - Performance Assurance

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Segment 5 (18) Being a Great Employee

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Segment 4 (18) Assessments

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Segment 9 (18) Using External Capital Effectively

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Segment 12 (18) Collaborative Working Sessions

Started this discussion. Last reply by Bill Crose Nov 12, 2018. 3 Replies

A few years ago my daughter lovingly challenged me by asking "So who defined the 10 impossible problems you chose to try to solve in 2016?"She was correct of course - as open as I was trying to be to…Continue

Segment 11(18) Blockchain and Performance Assurance

Started this discussion. Last reply by Bill Crose Nov 4, 2018. 1 Reply

Blockchain https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blockchain is in the news daily - most often in relation to crypto-currencies. Other applications are…Continue

Segment 10 (18) CEO Readiness

Started this discussion. Last reply by Paul Terlemezian Nov 12, 2018. 4 Replies

Panelists:David Ellis https://www.linkedin.com/in/david-ellis-0768aa3/Rusty Gordon…Continue

Segment 9 (18) Using External Capital Effectively

Started this discussion. Last reply by Paul Terlemezian Aug 6, 2018. 2 Replies

Panelists:Jack Alexander https://www.linkedin.com/in/jack-alexander/Mike Blake…Continue

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Paul Terlemezian commented on Paul Terlemezian's page Georgia LEARNS 2019
"Sean - thank you for the valuable insight - I (want to) believe that "What are you trying to prove" would stimulate useful dialog!"
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Sean O'Brien commented on Paul Terlemezian's page Georgia LEARNS 2019
"Is proof an absolute? As an early stage founder / innovator, absolute proof is an impossibility which is why investors / corporate hierarchies might use the term signal if they understood and were comfortable with the natural ambiguity. The best…"
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Paul Terlemezian commented on Paul Terlemezian's page Georgia LEARNS 2019
"Matt - I like the Wanderer analogy. When I think of the wanderer standing on a mountain looking down on a sea of fog - it makes me think of one whose vision is limited to what exists at an altitude above the fog and who has no access to what they…"
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Matt Meador commented on Paul Terlemezian's page Georgia LEARNS 2019
"Proof; catchy. Thinking out loud here----- I keep imagining a wanderer standing on a mountain with a sea of fog below, as Caspar David Friedrich did. What proof is there that anything out there is navigable? Living? Worth doing? Worthy of our time,…"
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Matt Meador commented on Paul Terlemezian's page Georgia LEARNS 2019
"Proof; catchy. Thinking out loud here----- I keep imagining a wanderer standing on a mountain with a sea of fog below, as Caspar David Friedrich did. What proof is there that anything out there is navigable? Living? Worth doing? Worthy of our time,…"
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David Gates commented on Paul Terlemezian's page Georgia LEARNS 2019
"The theme Proof is timely because corporate leaders are increasing the pressure on talent functions to demonstrate (show proof) value of investments in infrastructure around learning and development intended to grow…"
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Bill Crose commented on Paul Terlemezian's page Georgia LEARNS 2019
"Regarding, "The Corporate Hierarchy Inhibits Innovation". Of course it does. It starts with the consultant/grass is greener effect, then the 1,000 edits that turn wine into water takes over. Corporate decision making rewards the lowest…"
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Bill Crose commented on Paul Terlemezian's page Georgia LEARNS 2019
"Proof of performance improvement in numbers >= words. I like that! Before = 100. After = 50. Savings = 50. Cost = 10. An extreme example, but who isn't tired of trying to explain training ROI without numbers? I could imagine doing some demos…"
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Paul Terlemezian commented on Paul Terlemezian's page Georgia LEARNS 2019
"Jim - thank you. Your clear articulation of 'proof' and the "challenge" that you describe are appreciated and important for our work as a community."
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Jim Everidge commented on Paul Terlemezian's page Georgia LEARNS 2019
"Paul, I see 'Proof' as a requirement for being a learning leader today.  We all must seek accountability for the investments that organizations are making in people.  And provide 'proof' that those investments are a…"
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Paul Terlemezian commented on Paul Terlemezian's page Georgia LEARNS 2019
"Earlier today I was asked if incentives could be put in place to assure innovation in the workplace - especially large companies where corporate politics could discourage innovation. Several years ago with the guidance of the Glenn Pelham Foundation…"
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Paul Terlemezian commented on Paul Terlemezian's page Georgia LEARNS 2019
"Thanks Paula p I like the image you are conjuring! I also anticipate more questions and challenges than definitive answers - including one I heard today - is proof worth the effort to gather it! Looking forward to our conversation!"
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Paula Smith commented on Paul Terlemezian's page Georgia LEARNS 2019
"Paul - I love the theme! Clear, concise, and meaningful across industries, business & education, sectors (public and private), and positions/levels. It conjures up an image of metrics, accountability, and ROI.   I’ll gladly…"
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2012 Learning Technology Summit: November 27, 2012 8:00 AM - 9:00 PM

Posted on November 28, 2012 at 11:00pm 0 Comments

The 2012 Learning Technology Summit will be hosted by Georgia LEARNSSM at the Shepherd Center on November 27, 2012 from 8:00AM to 9:00 PM. A goal of the event is to bring local, national and global visibility to Georgia based organizations that are having worldwide impact  with innovations in learning and performance. By having the event at the Shepherd Center we will…

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GL 2012 Panel: Georgia Shape

Posted on November 5, 2012 at 12:43am 2 Comments

Desired outcomes/objectives for the panel on Georgia Shape:

  1. We want the executives in attendance to be intrigued about the potential for Collaboration with Georgia Shape so that better results can be experienced related to reductions in Childhood Obesity in Georgia.
  2. We want each panelist to express in three to five minutes their opinion about Childhood Obesity
  3. As a result of the above we want the attendees to be interested in helping to advance the Georgia…
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GL2012 Panel: Co-Operative Selling

Posted on November 5, 2012 at 12:30am 1 Comment

Desired outcomes/objectives for the panel on Co-Operative Selling:

  1. We want the executives in attendance to be intrigued about the potential for Co-Operative selling as a business development method to create new sources of revenue/income with its promise to do so faster, with less expense and better results.
  2. We want each panelist to express in three to five minutes their opinion about Co-Operative Selling (it does not have to align with item 1.)
  3. As a result of…
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GL2012 Panel: Obtaining (Earning) Investment

Posted on November 5, 2012 at 12:30am 0 Comments

David Ellis, Managing Partner of EGL Holdings http://www.eglholdings.com will lead a panel of private investors and those who have received investment recently.

The purpose of this session will be to:

  1. Increase the readiness and likelihood for Entrepreneurs within Georgia to earn and gain investment funding
  2. Increase the awareness of the investment and foundation community of the Georgia LEARNS(sm)…
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At 12:33pm on October 21, 2017, David Ellis said…

you are too generous. Looking forward to a great conference this year.

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