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Work-Life and Workplace Balance: All ...

Expectations and Outcomes of Work-Life Balance in the Workplace: From Burnout, Productivity, Job and Life Satisfaction, Overall Health and Wellness, Motivation, and Other Factors In an interesting video on TEDx, Thurmon (2013) talks a lot about the expectations of work-life and workplace balance. In fact, quite interestingly Thurmon (2013) suggests one should be “off balance” […]

Cognitive Ability Testing

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Knowledge and skill (KS) in a workplace-oriented assessment are generally used to help improve job performance. This includes careers, KS, abilities, and competencies. Getting at a reliable and valid assessment, be it work-oriented or personality-oriented can be more than a challenge, requires skill, and more than likely, the assistance of a subject matter expert (SME). […]

Machine and Deep Learning: Whats̵...

Machine and Deep Learning: Whats’ All the Fuss?

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, MACHINE LEARNING AND DEEP LEARNING IN PERSPECTIVE: WHAT’S ALL THE FUSS ABOUT? by William E Hamilton@ Iman Fiqrie, Lecturer, CPLP, Ph.D. Candidate What’s All the Fuss About? What’s all the fuss about with artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), and deep learning (DL)? The truth is, ML and DL have been around conceptually […]

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. […]

Introduction to Comparative Leadershi...

by William Hamilton originally written, April 30, 2018   Introduction to comparative leadership theories and the self According to Dr. Kurt Lewin, “There’s nothing so practical as a good Theory” (Christianity 9 -5, 2013, Scene Opening). The video goes on to suggest, that ten theories must be better. Servant Leadership Theory style of leadership is the […]

Introduction to Time Management

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William E Hamilton, CPLP, PhD Candidate University of the Rockies, MBA, B.S., A.A.   Introduction to Time Management Strategies       Time management is an extremely important skill for executives to have, even more so as a doctoral student with so many competing interests and requirements. We’ve been asked to share our current time management (TM) […]

Achieving Business Outcomes through C...

by William E Hamilton@Iman Fiqrie LCDR, USN ret; MBA, B.S., A.A. ACB, CL Lecturer and Certifed Professional in Learning Peformance (CPLP) Coaching, cultural beliefs and achieving business outcomes In one of my last articles, I eluded to the impact that coaching can have on achieving business outcomes– e.g., how frontline, middle and senior management and […]

GODADDY AND THE NOKIA SYNDROME: MORON...

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IF THERE WAS EVER A CASE FOR EXAMINING STUPID BEHAVIOR, GODADDY IS IT! Godaddy and the Nokia Syndrome: Morons at the Gate! Two-step verification gone wrong!

Inventor Terry Hamilton – Begin...

Inventor Terry Hamilton

“n Episode 41 I feature an exclusive interview with Scientist/Inventor Terry Lee Hamilton. In this episode we discuss his journey as a Scientist, his Inventions and different sciences of life such as the Fibonacci Sequence, Extraterrestrial Life, Physics, Einstein, the film Hidden Figures and various serums he created from a molecular level for hair growth/balding, […]

Life Coach Improves Organizational Pe...

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Creative Commons, https://goo.gl/images/jP6yhN The role of the learning professional as a life coach here are many roles for the modern learning development professional in today’s organization, one of them is as a life coach and the subject of this article. My evolved view is that coaching in organizations today should entail life coaching to help […]

Make Yourself Comfortable with the &#...

NL 51 the “F” Word by Capt M H Hamzah, Senior Lecturer Advanced Nautical Studies, Malaysian Maritime Academy ’m not going to my grave with grudges! That is a promise I made to myself upon returning from a funeral of a former shipmate. Ship operations are a team effort. Each and every member contributes to […]

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