I am huge fan of DonorsChoose.Org – I participate actively in choosing classrooms and projects to help. I like math and science projects, but certainly have not confined myself to them. However, since I am lucky enough to work for a company that actively supports teachers who support better educational experiences, I searched to choose this month’s Covalent-sponsored project in something that we at Covalent truly believe. read more »
Lately, some of you may have heard me talk (obsess) about CrossFit. For those of you who’ve only seen the Reebok commercials, let’s start with what CrossFit is: “constantly varied, high intensity, functional movement,” with the stated goal of improving fitness (and therefore general physical preparedness), which it defines as “work capacity across broad time and modal domains.” Thanks Wikipedia.
That’s an interesting definition, no? Let’s look at it: read more »
For over 10 years in my career I have been trained. New employee training, how to submit expenses training, new software training; you name it and I have gone through it. Additionally I have given marketing software training and built custom training materials. I now fully admit that I have been blind. I honestly thought that the training I was receiving or giving was efficient in its delivery method. Over the past 4 months my view of training has begun to change and I am now taking a cerebral look at providing education over training. read more »