What is Cognitive Bias?

In this series of posts I will provide an overview of the following cognitive biases; False Consensus Effect (Social), Déformation Professionelle (Decision Making) and Positive Outcome (Probability/Belief). In each instance I will provide a short overview of the history of the bias, highlighting any researcher’s involved while also providing an analysis of the potential Pro’s and Con’s associated with each bias.

My Continued Learning

I graduated with honours in 1992 with a Bachelor of Arts at the Dublin Institute of Technology. In 1995 I was awarded Master Tefl and RELSA Tefl certifications and in 1999 I obtained the Italian Language Proficiency CILS4 certification for translators/interpreters. I completed a Diploma course in Professional Coaching in 2009 and I have obtained[…]

Microsoft Sharepoint Certification

The most powerful features of SharePoint—custom web apps, file sharing, site collections, team sites, and more—also come bundled with the cloud-based edition, SharePoint Online. This course delivers essential training on SharePoint Online (2016). Do you need help with your Digital Strategy? If you just need advice or guidance about how to get started you can request a 60[…]

SCRUM Product Owner – International Scrum Institute

Certification Validation Tool You can verify the validity of this certificate by inserting the code starting 0863 .. The Scrum Product Owner role is a very unique and broad role in Scrum which combines all of the challenging aspects of traditional Project Manager and Product Manager roles. Moreover, Scrum Product Owner represents the customer point[…]

SCRUM Master – International Scrum Institute

Certification Validation Tool You can verify the validity of this certificate by inserting the code starting 8177.. The main role of a Scrum Master is to ensure smooth establishment, efficient and healthy progress and continuous improvement of Scrum Practices in an agile Scrum team. Therefore, competence and perspective of every single Scrum Team Member in[…]

HubSpot – Inbound Marketing & Growth Driven Design

Do you need help with your Digital Inbound Marketing Strategy? If you just need advice or guidance about how to get started you can request a 60 or 120 minute consultation by appointment. If you have a team or intend to start building your project you can Hire me for a day. I can either consult, support, train, coach or manage.[…]

Advanced Google Adwords

Ready to take the next step with AdWords? David Booth presents tips and tricks used by expert practitioners at his company Cardinal Path to improve their AdWords account management, organization, and reporting skills. First, you’ll see different ways to use AdWords’ labels, filters, and automated rules to improve visibility into your accounts. Agencies and freelancers[…]

WebEx Meetings

Connect and collaborate across the globe with WebEx Meetings. In this course, author and webinar specialist Sally Norred shows you how to use WebEx Meetings to host, run, and record online meetings. Discover how to set up an online meeting and invite attendees, work with interactivity, let attendees participate and present, and save and record[…]

Responsive, Interactive e-Learning – Captivate 9

Captivate is the industry-standard authoring tool for creating responsive, interactive elearning presentations. And now, with Captivate 9, it includes Captivate Draft, a pre-production tool for creating elearning storyboards. In this course, Adobe elearning evangelist Pooja Jaisingh walks through the foundations of using Captivate and Captivate Draft. She covers setting up your work environment, building animations[…]

Software Version Control

This course is a gateway to learning software version control (SVC), process management, and collaboration techniques. Author Michael Lehman reviews the history of version control and demonstrates the fundamental concepts: check-in/checkout, forking, merging, commits, and distribution. The choice of an SVC system is critical to effectively managing and versioning the assets in a software development[…]

Time Management

Effective time management is an indispensable skill. Best-selling author and business coach Dave Crenshaw lays the theoretical and practical foundations for managing your time and becoming more productive. Learn how to get more done in the shortest time possible and avoid the obstacles and distractions that can get in the way of good time management.[…]

WordPress Workflows

If your WordPress workflow is streamlined from the start, development is simpler, more organized, and more efficient—all the way through to publication. In this course, lynda.com staff author Morten Rand Hendriksen covers three common WordPress workflows. First he’ll tackle building a simple WordPress site: from host setup to basic content management. Then he shows how[…]

Brand Identity

After designing a brand identity for a client, you’ll need to deliver the final package, including guidelines around using the new logo, color scheme, and fonts. Here Justin Seeley provides an overview of the process of building and handing over an identity package. He walks though the core concepts surrounding identity, and how it differs[…]

Agile Project Management

Agile project management allows you to produce smaller deliverables more frequently and efficiently, making it an excellent choice for teams that work in product development, programming, business analysis, and other collaborative areas. But it’s a fragile process that requires the right scope, goals, and management. In this course, author and Project Management Professional Bob McGannon[…]

LinkedIn Recruiter

Find the candidates you need with LinkedIn Recruiter, the industry-leading recruiting platform. Learn how to search for candidates, create projects and organize potential candidates, and effectively contact candidates. You’ll also learn how to post jobs and assess the effectiveness of your recruiting efforts. Up and Running with LinkedIn Recruiter by Nick Brazzi

Twitter for Business

Businesses of all sizes use Twitter. Companies like Apple and Virgin America can reach hundreds of thousands of followers in a single tweet. Small businesses, like food trucks and florists, use Twitter to help new customers find them for the first time. Whatever your business’s size or goals, using Twitter strategically takes planning, creativity, and[…]