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Veronica Manole

Veronica Manole

Veronica is a University lecturer with many years of experience in language learning, a translator and interpreter, and a multilingual trainer of trainers. She has worked with learners in Higher Education and business sectors.

How cognitive biases can influence your training strategy

They say that perception is reality. If we see the world in a certain way, this is how the world will be for us. Perceptions influence how we remember things, how we select information, and how we und...

360-degrees feedback: A more accurate strategy for coaching programs

Getting accurate, insightful, and complete feedback is essential in an organization which invests valuable resources, such as time and money, for its talent development programs. People are the most i...

Divergent roads on the path to training success

A famous cartoon shows a bird, a monkey, a penguin, an elephant, a fish (in a bowl), a sea lion, and a dog lined up in front of a teacher, who sits at his desk and tells them: “For a fair selection, e...

5 Tips on how to create better training presentations

Presentations are useful tools for sharing information and knowledge. You see them in classrooms, conference venues, and board meetings. They are used by virtually everyone. In any educational setting...

On grief and the future of businesses after the pandemic

In unusual times as these, some people might experience feelings of grief. Some grieve the loss of someone they loved: the virus is ruthless as that it takes the most vulnerable among us, our beloved ...

How to avoid work from home burnout: A room of one’s own

Due to the novel Coronavirus pandemic, businesses across the globe have been forced to adapt quickly to the new reality or to accept irreparable losses or even extinction. “Work from home” has become ...

Successfully managing change through a coaching culture

Organizations and companies must adapt to the ecosystem in which they operate if they want to survive. Call it the Darwin approach to business, but in the fierce competition of the market, only the fi...

On culture and other organizational demons (Part II)

Organizations are different, as people are different and create different cultures. As human beings, we feel the need to fit it: we thrive when people embrace the same value as those of the organizati...

On cultural profiles and other organizational demons (Part I)

In 1992, James Carville coined the famous – or rather infamous – phrase: It’s the economy, stupid. Several decades on, it is still used in many political debates on TV or in heated conversations about...

5 Great online tools for spicing up your training materials

Training materials are one of the main means to deliver new content and educate learners. Most trainers use PowerPoint presentations and PDF files on a daily basis, they are even experts at designing ...

Connectivity is not connection: How to boost engagement in virtual training classrooms

Learning has a social side that cannot be ignored. For millennia, humans have learned new things from other members of the community and have shared their knowledge in return. Along the way, the task ...

The 4 Rs of creating a culture of engagement

According to a study conducted by Gallup, 70 percent of US workers are not engaged at work. It’s an astonishingly high figure! Disengagement has many faces: employees might feel disconnected from thei...

The 5As model to deliver results with busy learners

With technology changing work environments so fast, it is common sense that if you want to stay competitive on the labor market (or simply to survive and have a job), you need to approach learning and...

The trifecta of trust in a learning organization

As social beings, humans have relied on cooperation to innovate and create wonderful things throughout their history. If we think about it, we have become the dominant species on Earth because we mana...

A resolution for 2020: meaningful learning journeys that stick!

A new year comes with new resolutions: lose those extra pounds, go to the gym more often (after all, you pay that annual subscription for a reason, isn’t it?), read more, spend less time scrolling on ...

Being an effective leader of remote teams

We tend to think of teams as homogeneous groups of people working in the same space, at the same time, and having an on-site supervisor. This has been the norm throughout history, but with the current...

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