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Manage for Peak Performance Series

Being a manager – a business leader – can be rewarding, but sometimes it’s not easy to get your team to consistently perform at the level you need and expect. At Peregrine, we may not have the solutions to all the performance issues managers face, but having been in the business of workforce performance improvement […]


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Posted in: Advice, Manager Tips, News, Performance

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Peregrine at Career Fair

Peregrine Performance Group will be showcasing the training and development industry and profession at the 3rd annual Analy High School College & Career Fair tonight. The fair will be at Analy High School in Sebastopol, CA. If you’re planning on attending with your child, please stop by to say hello. Link to this post!


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Which User Experience Research Method Do I Use for My e-Learning Design?

I tend to think of designing e-learning solutions as creating these little-worlds or environments in which users can carry out activities. I’m not a software programmer or web designer, but I imagine the e-learning design experience has things in common with software design, including creating the best user experience for the task at hand. Now I […]


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Posted in: Creativity, Design, eLearning, Research, Tools

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