Author: Ernest Sliter

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Life As a Startup Marketing Manager

As Seth Godin once said, “The aim of marketing is to know and understand the customer so well the product or service fits him and sells itself.” No one knows this better than marketing managers, the leaders responsible for creating interest in a businesses’ products and services. Ever since the airing of the popular television… Read more »

MOOCify Your eLearning Content

More than a fad, it appears MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) are here to stay. In 2013, more than two hundred universities created 1,200 courses for ten million students across the globe. Hailed as a revolution in the education industry, MOOCs have provided an avenue for millions of students to explore everything from data science… Read more »

Guest Blogging

How to Write the Perfect Guest Post for OpenSesame

So you want to write a dynamic, thought-provoking, and absolutely fascinating guest post for OpenSesame? We believe guest posts provide a unique opportunity for us to highlight new trends in the elearning industry, focus on new perspectives from elearning professionals, and evaluate new approaches to online training. At the same time, we also want to… Read more »

Fastest Growing Jobs in America: Information Security Analyst

We’re back with the second post in our Fastest Growing Jobs series—don’t miss last week’s kickoff infographic! With recent security disasters such as the Heartbleed Bug and the Target Security Breach, the need for strong information security has never been more pressing. Hackers and cybercriminals are consistently becoming smarter, bolder, and more sophisticated in our… Read more »

The Secrets of a Successful Seller

Here at OpenSesame, we have a wide variety of sellers specializing in everything from healthcare to information technology to construction. We’re extremely proud of the success they’ve had providing training and education to professionals throughout the globe. As with any recipe for success, increasing sales involves perseverance, responsibility, positivity, and a little bit of our… Read more »

Dangers In The Workplace

As Benjamin Franklin once said, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” This remarkable quote is especially applicable to the prevention of incidents and accidents in the workplace. Even if employees don’t operate in a hazardous environment, they are still prone to other injuries such as musculoskeletal disorders, burns, and strains. Be… Read more »

Rice Noodles

Enhancing and Cultivating your EQ and CQ

There are few things more complex and difficult to understand than the behavior of a human being. Perhaps that is why people who excel at interpreting, managing, and understanding emotions are often more successful than other individuals, even those who boast superior technical knowledge. In order to appreciate the value of emotional intelligence, one only… Read more »