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Ethics and Moral Leadership Explained...

moral lens

William Hamilton @ Iman Fiqrie When I asked my father about what ethics and moral leadership was in response to my learning chronicles animation and video, his immediate response was former President Obama. I thought this was a great start to seeing and looking through the lens of someone like former President Obama. Click the […]

The Capitalist Economic Model vs Corp...

Capitalism

by William E Hamilton@Iman Fiqrie Flawed Ideals in Capitalism One of the flawed issues and nails in the coffin of the capitalist economic model as we know it today (not 100 years ago) might be that the premise of this model relies on two things; one on utilitarian social benefits resulting from profits gained by […]

Society for Human Resource Management...

SHRM Membership

Progress in the product; CPLP recertification due before October (60 recertification points, maybe 45 this year), Ph.D in progress (2021), working the English as Foreign Language (EFL) advanced certification (2019) after finishing the Premier TEFL Young Learners Certification, and just became a member of the Society for Human Resource Management in preparation for the SHRM […]

Personality Assessment and Testing

personality assessments

Personality assessments are widely used in the workplace for personal growth, career guidance, and personal selection. The ultimate goal is to put the right person in the right job and the assurance that the individual(s) will perform as expected. In order to do this, several methods involving work-oriented and personality assessment have been employed. As […]

Cognitive Ability & Assessment

Many candidates and businesses go through the hiring process or succession planning for a new job and are not quite sure exactly what’s being assessed– you’re not alone!

The Scientific Method, Research and C...

Truth and knowledge affirmed

The essence of research is truth and the affirmation of knowledge (Roper, Renn, & Biddix, 2018, Chapter 3).

Surface learning, deep learning and n...

Neurons in learning theory

by William E Hamilton@Iman Fiqrie CPLP, PhD Candidate University of the Rockies Neurons, Flickr Creative Commons Retrieved 8 Oct, 2018 Exciting News in Learning Today I’m extremely excited to be writing about a topic as exciting and important as deep learning, and doubly excited to be writing it alongside the equally important topic of neuroplasticity. […]

Implementing a LMS

worker-computer

William E Hamilton@Iman Fiqrie Lecturer CPLP, LCDR USN(ret), MBA, BS, AA, ACB, CL Lessons Learned from Implementing a LMS The purpose of this post is to share my reflections and lessons learned on implementing a LMS. I will show this in the form of “Goods, Bads and Things We Could Do Better”. As a community […]

Blended Learning Meets Artificial Int...

NL64 DigitalBrain (LCDR USN,ret), CPLP, MBA, BS, AA, ACB, CL “he classroom of the future probably won’t be led by a robot with arms and legs, but it may be guided by a digital brain”1. Digital technology and blended learning in the classroom Seems we all know technology advances are moving extremely fast and also where […]

Essential Thoughts in Training Delive...

NL58 HL TNG by Iman Fiqrie@William E Hamilton (LCDR USN, ret), CPLP, MBA, BS, AA, ACB,CL s an instructor, lecturer or training professional – one of the essential tasks is the transfer of learning outcomes to eventual intended results by learners on the job. As such, training professionals must learn the important learning theories and methods with […]

Untangling the Competence Dilemma

NL57 UCD Capt Richard Teo FNI FCILT MAICD Continues from previous issue Employability Skills Delivery of Training Programmes Having discussed some of the principles that govern competency based approach to learning, we now address the key learning process.

Concepts on Competency and Human Perf...

NL57 Concepts HPI Iman Fiqrie@William E Hamilton Lecturer, Malaysian Maritime Academy, CPLP, MBA, BS, AA, ACB, CL hange disrupts the status quo…breaks momentum and continuity in organizations, processes and performers…[c] hange shocks… out of a comfortable place…moves one [to] discomfort” (ASTD 2013). Figure 1 – Human Performance Improvement (HPI) Model The Competency Dilemma Revisited Last […]

Highlight on Copyright and Fair Use i...

NL 56 Iman Fiqrie When developing learning materials, it is important to understand at least the basics of copyright law. Although it varies from country to country, in the United States, copyright of printed matter is governed by Title 17 of the United States Code. Of particular importance to learning developers is fair use, noted […]

Invigilator: An Unappreciated and Dim...

Invigilator: An Unappreciated and Diminishing Role

NL 54 Invigilator: AN Unappreciated and Diminishing Role   Introducing the invigilator Have you ever encountered a situation on an airplane that the person sitting beside you introduces themselves as an invigilator? Maybe an artist, engineer, researcher, surveyor, doctor, manager, teacher or so many other professions; at ALAM we are often times called to invigilate, can […]

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