Provided by guest blogger, Stefanie Gardner, graduate student University of St. Francis, MS Training and Development program
Today’s students are changing beyond categorizing them with the labels of “traditional” and “non-traditional.” Higher education institutions are needing to change and grow to accommodate the change in the student population. Institutions adapting to the student Continue reading →
This post is provided by guest blogger, J. Mike Condreay, graduate student at the University of St. Francis in Joliet, MS in Training and Development program.
There is a Cherokee legend that tells of two wolves. The chief tells the tale of these two wolves who fight constantly. One wolf represents evil, the other good. When the young Indian asks who wins, the old chief responds, “The one you feed” (Unknown, 2020).
As a nuclear power training manager, every aspect of the training that we provide to our operators is regulated by the federal government through the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. ‘Big Brother’ becomes one the wolves in my work life, the other being Continue reading →