5 Blog Posts to Help You Beat the Heat and #UnlockInnovation

Emily Meade
Posted: August 4, 2018

If you are shocked that your calendar already says “August,” join the club! We cannot believe the summer is coming to a close, but until it’s over, we’re going to keep enjoying the warm rays and good reads. With all that fun in the sun, we know it’s easy to fall behind on the many resources available to you as you jump back into the swing of things. Say “hello” to these July blog posts that will help you spruce up your PowerPoint slides, obtain learning industry freebies, find out if staff augmentation is the answer to your workload, and more.

12 Blog Posts to Help You Spring into Summer. We started off July with a review of June’s blog posts! If you missed anything from the beginning of summer, you’ll definitely want to check this one out. From our Summer Reading Quiz, to celebrating a company-wide award, to learning podcasts, this blog post is full of amazing resources you’ll want to take advantage of.

How to Be Bold with Your PowerPoint SlidesMore is not always better in the design world — simple and BOLD can speak volumes! Learn how to integrate this simple tip in your PowerPoint designs to capture the attention of your audience.

6 Top Books for the Learning Professional. If you’re not sure which book to pick up first from the L&D world, we have 6 top reading recommendations for all you learning professionals out there. Whether you are an instructional designer, project manager, training developer, or simply enjoy learning about learning, there is a book for you! Bonus: Some are even available as audiobooks, so if reading isn’t your fancy, listen away!

Is Staff Augmentation Right for Your Learning Organization? [+Quiz]When your learning team is stretched to their limit, staff augmentation may be the solution to your growing needs. Take this short 8-question quiz to see if outsourcing is the way to go to keep your team’s head above the L&D waters!

3 Free Resources for the Instructional Designer. Free resources? Yes please! If you’ve hit a tough spot in your designing and need inspiration, take a look at these 3 free resources for the instructional designer. Boost your creativity, add tools to your toolbelt, and even post your work to inspire others!

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About the Author

Emily is a social media marketer with an affinity for bringing an authentic voice to creative words. In the past few years, Emily has primarily assisted both small and large businesses alike craft their brand, grow their audience, and build community through social media platforms. Her own writing can be found on a number of blogs relating to the industry and laced through social media accounts masked as the brand’s identity. She first joined the ttcInnovations’ family as a freelance contractor but has now settled into a part-time role where she oversees all social media initiatives with her expertise flair and intrapreneurial skills. Her love for craft coffee, explorative travel, and watercolor art fuel her inspiration and creativity on the job.