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Linked – 4 Surprising Benefits of Continuing Education in Litigation Support

While attorneys are required to stay up-to-date on emerging issues via continuing legal education (CLE) credits, there’s no such requirement dictated for the litigation support profession—unless, of course, you count industry demand. That doesn’t mean formal, ongoing education isn’t important; in fact, our team has learned it makes us more successful in more ways than…

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Linked – Public speaking blogs that’ll knock your socks off

“When it comes to public speaking, the information out there is limitless. Thanks to the internet, my required reading list of RSS goodness is always full of amazing public speaking blogs that add creative flair and function. Here are a few that I absolutely adore, I’m always looking for new things to learn and new…

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Linked – 4 things you can learn from stand up comedians about public speaking

“Stand up comedy seems to be so easy: you just enter the stage and start joking. There are no bullet point lists, no screens, no pauses – just the comedian speaking on and on, entertaining the audience. Now it suddenly seems less easy, right? Well, the reality is stand up comedy is not easy at…

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Linked – Why The 8-Hour Workday Doesn’t Work

“The ideal work-to-break ratio was 52 minutes of work, followed by 17 minutes of rest. People who maintained this schedule had a unique level of focus in their work. For roughly an hour at a time, they were 100% dedicated to the task they needed to accomplish. They didn’t check Facebook “real quick” or get…

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Linked – Why Training Must Align with Organizational Goals

“For one, we know learning is best accomplished by doing, where we apply knowledge to solve problems like we will use that knowledge after the learning experience. However, too much of our instruction is focused on content, and we tend to evaluate the learning experience with knowledge checks instead of application. While knowledge may be…

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Linked – Champion public speaker says introverts can make better speakers

“”When you look at introverts, they tend to be a bit more empathetic,” he told Business Insider. “When you look at extroverts, they tend to project. But some extroverts project too much, and they block out the audience. It becomes all about them. Introverts are able to structure content in a way that draws energy…