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"The Thinking Effect" by Michael Vaughan redefines smart thinking and effective learning - teaching how rather than what to think.
"The Thinking Effect" by Michael Vaughan redefines smart thinking and effective learning - teaching how rather than what to think.

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Choice, multitasking, and information abuse. See how these contributors to 'noise' impact your ability to make decisions.

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According to the United Nations' think tank The Millennium Project, "the capacity to decide," is cited as one of 15 global challenges facing humanity today. It's difficult to believe that decision making is placed on the same list of global challenges as clean water, peace and conflict, and energy. Then again, if you've ever failed in business, you already know on a personal level what can happen as a result of poor decisions. (And it isn't pretty.)

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The professional instructional design community, which should be at the forefront of innovation, often falls into the familiar “teach to the objective” approach, reducing training to linear chunks of information laced with knowledge checks and bound by pre- and post-assessments in hopes that students will eventually “get it.”...

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Leadership Insights on WS Radio. Listen to Michael Vaughan provide his own insights and thoughts on leadership and business success.

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Visit TheThinkingEffect.com to find out more about Michael Vaughan's new book.

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Watch the book trailer for The Thinking Effect.

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Listen to interview today at 11:30am MT with Michael Vaughan as he provides insights on his new book The Thinking Effect. Listen in to Dateline: Washington with host Greg Corombos.

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Listen to interview podcast with Michael Vaughan. Aired on WHCU Morning Newswatch.
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