Kick start your weekend with these to five stories from CLOmedia.com for the week of October 13.
1. Mentoring in a Millennial World: Millennials’ craving for mentoring is high, but the way in which the generation prefers to connect, learn and share expertise leaves traditional mentoring programs ill-equipped.
2. Leadership in the Social Age: Meet challenges posed by increased social connectivity with leadership that promotes authenticity, novelty and strength.
3. With Leadership Development for All: Leadership isn’t an individual skill — it’s an organizational competency.
4. Learning Goes Viral in the Ebola Crisis: There’s no such thing as too much competency testing when it comes to Ebola treatment and prevention, writes CLO editor Kate Everson.
5. How Disney Develops Culture | Video: Doug Lipp, former Disney University leader and author of "Disney U," discusses how Disney teaches employees to do their jobs and exude the company's culture.
On Another Note …
How to fit In with any group of people, via Business Insider. Read here.
U.S.-centric holidays off from school? Not at this business school, reports The Wall Street Journal. Read here.
In an age of technology and social media, bosses careers are more vulnerable than ever, writes The Economist. Read here.
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- Creating an environment for effective learning measurement