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Part 5: CUTV News Radio Welcomes Back Dr. Madelyn Blair

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Jefferson, MD -- As Dr. Madelyn Blair launches the next leg of her radio series, she stresses how intricately her career is related to building knowledge through conversations. Much of her work has been speaking to business teams and at conferences, spreading messages about how to stay on top in an ever-evolving business world. She has a lot of great ideas, particularly about resilience. Dr. Blair expresses these ideas with personal anecdotes and stories, which not only facilitate understanding, they make her workshops and exercises real and easily relatable.

Dr. Blair has theories about how adults learn and the importance of fresh knowledge. She says that the way we acquire knowledge has evolved over time, yet even in today’s notoriously digital era, conversations are an essential part of how we learn. One of her stimulating books came about from Dr. Blair’s personal mission to have as many learning-related conversations as she could, and she ended up having about one hundred.

Another way that Dr. Blair holds conversations is when writing and she creates regular blogs for the Psychology Today online magazine.

Dr. Blair is going to share a lot of valuable advice about learning, improving our skills and capabilities, and how her practices enable that. She spent years as a division chief of the World Bank, increasing productivity in the midst of a serious reorganization and has a wealth of experiences across industries. She holds a doctoral degree in Organizational Psychology, the branch of science that examines human behavior in the workplace. Start building up your knowledge base right here and now.

For more information about Dr. Blair please visit  http://www.madelynblair.com

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