February, 22 2018 | 0 Comments
The root word of “community” is “unity.” So unless a community works together, it will cease to exist.
At Minaya Learning Global Solutions, we enjoy and understand the responsibility of giving back to our community. Our employees are encouraged to donate their time and resources to help numerous organizations and individuals locally, nationally and abroad.Read More
January, 10 2018 | 0 Comments
Minaya Learning Global Solutions (MLGS) is proud to announce the addition of Paloma A. Minaya to the Southwest Florida-based firm as Learning and Development Manager.
She has a background as an instructional designer and developer and will serve as a manager of dual shore design and development teams for global clients and partners of MLGS.Read More
December, 28 2017 | 0 Comments
At Minaya Learning Global Solutions we select one non-profit each year to support the development of their Strategic Plan. Over the past three years, we have helped three local non-profits develop their strategic plans. Dr. Robert Zemsky, a top professor at the University of Pennsylvania’s Graduate School of Education, often shared his philosophy of organizations needing to be “mission-centered and market-smart.”Read More
December, 11 2017 | 0 Comments
Did I mention that 86 percent of family businesses don’t survive to the third generation? Well yes, I did, in part I of the blog posts in this series exploring family business planning. It bears repeating, but let’s not get bogged down in that statistic. The odds become less daunting when we develop a planning mindset.
“Family business” has a way of infiltrating “the business”, making things more complicated than one where the owners or employees aren’t related.Read More
October, 31 2017 | 0 Comments
Greater Fort Myers Chamber renews strategic planning agreement with Minaya Learning Global Solutions
The Greater Fort Myers Chamber of Commerce has renewed an agreement with Minaya Learning Global Solutions LLC to continue its strategic planning process on behalf of the chamber for another three years.
The Cape Coral-based global education and development firm began this work in 2015, and will accomplish its five-year planning process in 2020, providing the chamber a roadmap to fully deliver on its mission as “a business organization of professionals who support a progressive, sustainable community.”Read More
October, 27 2017 | 0 Comments
In “To Kill a Mockingbird,” young Jem Finch quotes his father: “Atticus says you can choose your friends but you sho’ can’t choose your family…” You won’t hear me disagreeing with the good attorney’s words, as relayed by his son! It’s true that we don’t have much say in who gets to share our genes or surname (with certain notable exceptions).Read More
September, 19 2017 | 0 Comments
Have you ever sat through a particularly boring movie and thought, “I’ve seen this before.” Why do people create something following the same bad format? That’s because making something truly original that breaks the mold can be challenging…but we can all agree that the end result is worth it.Read More
August, 18 2017 | 0 Comments
As Yeats once said, “Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire.”
Picture it this way: a leaky bucket sits underneath a faucet. Eventually, the bucket starts overflowing with water. Now imagine carrying that bucket and, as it continues to leak all over the floor, attempting to pour its contents into a glass. Not such an effective method, is it?Read More
August, 11 2017 | 0 Comments
Spell the word “stressed” backwards, and you get “desserts.” Sometimes when you mix things up a little, you gain surprising perspective! That’s what we’ve done with a certain beloved model of learning and development to create a process that really sticks.Read More
August, 4 2017 | 0 Comments
It’s been 47 years since the Jackson 5 knocked the Beatles off the charts with “ABC.” It’s what you could call a groundbreaking moment, and if you’ve got the tune in your head now, first – you’re welcome, second – what a testament to that little song’s staying power in our collective imagination.Read More