Tales from the Road of Lifelong Learning

Mon, May 06,2013 @ 09:22 AM
by Greg Marsello |

lifelong learningFrom the 95 degrees of Tucson, Arizona, I traveled to Duluth, Minnesota to work with the Continuing Education Team at the University of Minnesota Duluth. CE has been making many changes the last few years and is now positioned to be a winning continuing education unit. This week we built a FY14 One-Year Plan, as well as discussing ways to increase their noncredit programming mix. The CE Team is committed to growing revenue and are adding marketing and sales positions. While in Duluth, I missed the snowstorm that hit Minneapolis! 


Tales from the Road of Lifelong Learning posts are written by Greg Marsello, LERN’s co-founder and Vice President for  Organizational Development. As "the hardest working man in lifelong learning," Greg has conducted more consultations and trainings for community, continuing, and corporate education administrators than anyone in the history of lifelong learning. Over 50 organizations and more than 3,000 people work with him every year.

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