About Sasha Grutzeck

Sasha Grutzeck is a Senior Instructional Designer at Johns Hopkins University. She’s a member of the Learning Solutions department, where she writes and designs e-courses (and other training materials) for Johns Hopkins University faculty and staff. She enjoys learning new things, collaborating with her coworkers, watching movies, taking ridiculously long walks, and eating the leftover baked goods that always seem to miraculously appear in the Learning Solutions kitchen.

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Do You Know When People Are Trying to Scam You Online? Take a Quiz and Find Out!

Do You Know When People Are Trying to Scam You Online? Take a Quiz and Find Out!

One of the most common ways for people to steal your money or personal information is through a process called “phishing.” Phishing is a technique that criminals use to obtain sensitive information (including user names, passwords, social security numbers, bank account numbers, and credit card numbers). It generally works like this: You receive an email(…)

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The One Thing Employees Need Most to Be Happy

The One Thing Employees Need Most to Be Happy

In a recent survey, 1,614 North American employees were asked what they felt they needed in order to be happy at work. Did they need a fitness center? Special ergonomic chairs? An onsite cafeteria? Onsite childcare? Survey results indicated that respondents were certainly interested in those kinds of perks. But the one thing that they(…)

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Confidence Boosters

Confidence Boosters

Would you like to sound confident when talking to clients, managers, and coworkers – even if you don’t feel confident? Would you like other people to view you as knowledgeable, trustworthy, and authoritative? If so, author Jayson Demers suggests that you try these simple techniques: Speak slowly – Speaking quickly can make you sound nervous,(…)

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