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All Things Culture and Change Management – Dr. Donnie Horner on Every Other Wednesday Podcast

August 15, 2022 in
Culture -- it's nuanced and you can't "bring it with you" from one organization to another (try as we might). What does that mean for leaders? Check out HigherEchelon Sr. VP Dr. Donald H. Horner, Jr.'s interview on Every Other Wednesday podcast with fellow experts Richard Hadden, MBA, CSP, Jeff Tobe & Michael Kerr....
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Best Practices for Communication During Salesforce Implementations

Contributors: Katie Levy, Michele O'Brien, and Rachel Bryars “Wait, did anyone tell us this was coming?”  “I know we just implemented Salesforce, but I have no idea where to go to get help.”  “Why are we doing this, again?”  “We’ve been using this tool for a while, but leadership doesn’t seem invested, so I’m...
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How to Leverage 3D Football Training This Season

Author: Brent Osborne, HigherEchelon VP of Gaming & Simulation Editor: Rachel Bryars Football programs are already kicking into high gear for the 2022 season, but it’s not too late to integrate 3D visualization tools into your tech stack. Even as football programs move back to more in-person sessions, virtual sports training will continue to...
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Why Is Virtual Reality a Safer Training Option for Dangerous Industries?

Virtual reality is making a major buzz in the training world. This technology places users in immersive experiences from the comfort of their own homes or workplaces, making it easier to learn new concepts and skills. For dangerous industries, virtual reality training can provide another benefit: safety. By providing employees with a safe, controlled...
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How do you feel about failure? Let’s change that.

When was the last time you failed? Not the "lost my cool" or "didn’t finish my marathon under 3 hours" kind of failure. A failure where you put your heart and soul into an idea or a goal and fell short. If you are like most of us, you may prefer to forget and...
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