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Bonus Focus - July 2016 Issue
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In Defense of Forgetting    

By Steven Just, Ed.D.

Forgetting, as everyone knows, is not a good thing. You don’t want to forget your spouse’s birthday or to pay your credit card bill or where you left your car in the shopping mall parking lot. And of course you don’t want to forget job critical information. So then, how is it even possible to suggest that forgetting is a good thing? First, let’s be clear: We all forget. Whether we want to or not, it’s a natural part of how our brains work. And not only is it a natural part but it is actually beneficial to the learning process in at least three different ways. Let’s see how.

 

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GxP at LTEN: Conference Wrap-Up

By John Clifton

As we work toward fulfilling our vision to build a place where the GxP and non-commercial training community can learn, interact, and share content with each other, the Life Science Training Institute (LSTI) has reached another milestone. Last month, we completed a successful initial partnership with the Life Sciences Trainers & Educators Network (LTEN) and Merck Polytechnic Institute (MPI), led by LTEN Board member John Constantine, to develop and deliver educational tracks specifically for GxP trainers. To say the end result was a success would be an understatement.

 

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Stakeholder Engagement Conversations to Enable a Mentoring Process in Your Organization

By Valerie Smith Pease

In a recent Summer 2016 Focus magazine article, I shared a comprehensive plan to “Create the Value Proposition for Mentoring” in your organization. A key component of that is stakeholder engagement meetings to vet your ideas, solicit input and begin to create enthusiasm for Mentoring. Here are some engaging questions you may ask of senior leaders, managers and employees in your engagement conversations.

  

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