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Nov

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Time Management

“I have two kinds of problems, the urgent and the important. The urgent are not important, and the important are never urgent.” Dwight D. Eisenhower Time management is in fact a misnomer.  We all have the same 24 hours in a day; some people simply get more done in their work time than others. Have […]

16
Aug

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4 Levels of Learning

Practitioners who are used to undertaking journeys behind the Blue Door, conduct their regular visits for one single purpose: to learn something new. With the fields of training, learning and education, practitioners regularly monitor, review and assesses their learners’ progress, and are familiar with a range of tests and observational tools that enable these assessments […]

16
Apr

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Introduction – The Blue Door

The Blue Door is quite simply a powerful metaphor for the subject of personal development, behind which lies the key to making the best use of the RESOLVE model. The nature / nurture debate will engage developmental professionals and practitioners in a debate that will roll on through the ages.  What is beyond discussion is […]