“Ugh, I hate Valentine’s Day! I never know what to get.” If you’ve ever uttered these words, well we have a deal for you! FREE Valentine’s for that special trainer in your life!
This year we have two new Valentines for you to share. You can download a pdf to print your own valentines. It may sound silly, but printing these out and dropping them into some colleagues’ mailboxes tomorrow may help keep you and your training team front of mind around your organization.
Even though there are only three shopping days left until Valentine’s Day, don’t panic if you haven’t found the perfect card for that special trainer in your life. Endurance Learning is here to help, and we’ve come up with four new Valentine’s Day cards. (Yes, last year we shared five Valentine’s cards… but it’s really about quality, not quantity, isn’t it?) Continue reading →
When I was younger, I used to love Valentine’s Day. I loved decorating a cereal box with construction paper to serve as my “mailbox”, and I certainly loved seeing the different Valentines that got dropped into my box. I’d hope for one with Star Wars or G.I. Joe… though I also loved the ones with puns and jokes… and the best ones came with blow pops or Skittles attached.
Every once in a while, in an office, I’ll find a fun Valentine sitting on my computer when I come back from a meeting or perhaps some team will have gotten organized and left a Valentine in everyone’s mailbox in the mailroom. Getting a Valentine still makes me smile.
If they still make you smile, today’s blog might serve to help spread cheer and smiles around your office this Valentine’s Day. Below are five training ValentinesContinue reading →
In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, I thought it might be fun to think about five ways that presenters can “share the love” with their audiences. I created a brief visual journey to walk you through several specific ways to add a little zest to your next presentation.
What’s missing? Do you have other ways to share the love with your learners or your audience? I’d love to hear them in the comments section!
Know someone else who might appreciate these strategies? Why not share the love with them and pass this post along?