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Posted by Renie McClay on June 6, 2019

Kelli Traylor is a Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW) and Staff Development Specialist for Kansas City Hospice & Palliative Care (KCH & PC), which provides expert care, peace of mind, comfort, guidance and hope to the people of the community.

A Kansas native and life-long resident of the Kansas City metro area, Kelli received her master's degree in Social Work from the University of Kansas.

Kelli's passion for end-of-life care and a career path in hospice was ignited when she started off as a paramedic with Johnson County Med-Act. In her current role as Staff Development Specialist, she handles employee onboarding, speaking presentations in the community, scheduling students, providing and coordinating educational events, chairing the KCH & PC Safety and Security Committee—basically, a little bit of everything. Kelli was previously a social worker in the field for KCH & PC, and has taught CPR for over 20 years.

In her spare time, she enjoys the Royals, the Chiefs, and KU basketball, and resides in Mission, Kansas with her partner and Ruby the dog.

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Caveo Named to 2019 Training Industry Top 20 List of Content Development Companies

Posted by Caveo Learning on May 23, 2019

For the third year in a row, Training Industry, Inc. has named Caveo Learning to its 2019 Training Industry Top 20™ Content Development Companies List!

Selection to the list is based on the following criteria:

  • Industry visibility, innovation, and impact
  • Capability to develop and deliver multiple types of training services
  • Company size and growth potential
  • Depth and breadth of subject matter expertise
  • Quality of clients
  • Geographic reach
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Caveo's Barb Opyt talks Soft Skills in Training Industry article

Posted by Caveo Learning on May 2, 2019

Industry research has found that employers are more often concerned with performance gaps in soft skills—skills such as collaboration, critical thinking, problem solving, and communication—over technical hard skills—skills such as how to use equipment, and performing work tasks and procedures.

Caveo learning solution architect Barb Opyt discusses the difficulty of soft skills training and how to overcome the challenges in Why Are Soft Skills So Hard? on the Training Industry, Inc. blog.

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Be Conscious of Diversity and Inclusion when Developing Learning Solutions

Posted by Renie McClay on April 26, 2019

Edwina Nunez-Gordon is Caveo’s PMO Manager and formerly Deputy Director of Instructional Design at the CUNY School of Professional Studies. Having over ten years of experience working in learning and development, the majority of her career has been spent leading teams in the development of training departments. Edwina’s biggest impact has come from fostering cultural change within organizations by driving tough conversations and implementing effective solutions for process and programs. Edwina holds both bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Psychology and is a certified project manager.

Outside of work, Edwina spends her time with her husband, two human children, and one canine child; loves exploring new activities in the city; and as an avid obstacle course racer, she enjoys the occasional mud run.

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Caveo Named to 2019 Training Industry Top 20 List of Training Outsourcing Companies

Posted by Caveo Learning on April 25, 2019

Caveo is thrilled to announce that Training Industry, Inc. has named Caveo Learning to its 2019 Training Industry Top 20™ list of Training Outsourcing companies!

Selection to the list is based on the following criteria:

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Developing Learners' Skills in Alignment with Company Leadership

Posted by Renie McClay on April 18, 2019

This is part of our ongoing series, Interviews with Learning Leaders.

Karen Kay is a Senior Principle Program Lead for Chick-fil-A, Inc., a Goizueta Business School graduate, a certified Project Management Professional and Prosci Change Management Professional. Karen has more than 10 years of experience consulting in the public and private sectors, with a focus on improving organizational effectiveness to drive bottom-line results. She is motivated to equip and empower employees and leaders for success.

Karen has focused her time at Chick-fil-A on consulting innovation by helping position people, processes, and technology to best support current and future needs of Chick-fil-A Operators.

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Caveo's Sheri Winter welcomed as HBA San Diego Chapter Director-At-Large for Membership and Volunteer Engagement

Posted by Caveo Learning on March 22, 2019

Caveo is proud to announce that Director of Client Development Sheri Winter has been named Director-At-Large for Membership and Volunteer Engagement of the San Diego chapter of the Healthcare Businesswomen's Association (HBA)!

Sheri joins the HBA San Diego board after a recent move from the East Coast, where she was an HBA member and volunteer.

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CEO Jeff Carpenter and VP Client Services Mitch Weiss talk Strategic Partnership on Training Industry blog

Posted by Caveo Learning on March 20, 2019

In a recent article on the Training Industry, Inc. blog, Caveo CEO Jeff Carpenter and VP of Client Services Mitch Weiss discuss the importance of strategic partnership to take the dread out of outsourcing.

Training Outsourcing: The Importance of a Strategic Partner covers how organizations are throwing the old outsourcing model out the window, and embracing a new partnership model.

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Spanish Translation of Caveo PM Renie McClay's The Art of Modern Sales Management Now Available

Posted by Caveo Learning on March 14, 2019

We are proud to announce that The Art of Modern Sales Management: Driving Performance in a Connected World by Caveo project manager Renie McClay has been translated into Spanish! Many thanks to collaborator Alfredo Castro. El arte de liderar las ventas is now available on Amazon.el arte de liderar las ventas

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Are you answering the question, “Did training work?”

Posted by Renie McClay on January 22, 2019

This is part of our ongoing series, Interviews with Learning Leaders.

Kevin M. Yates, Learning Technology Manager at McDonald's, uses his expertise to answer the question, “Did training work?” with facts, evidence, and data. Kevin's work spans the globe and industries, and he is a sought-after subject matter expert and international speaker. His experience reaches across training, learning, and talent development, having served in roles for facilitation, instructional design, learning solutions, learning technology, program management, operations, strategy, measurement, and analytics.

Kevin's guiding principle is, “Find one thing about a person's behavior or performance you can attribute to training or learning, and let that lead to the facts about impact.”

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