Winners were recognized during a special awards reception at the Fall 2019 CLO Symposium in Chicago.
Articles by Ashley St. John
There can be real benefits from men mentoring women or women mentoring men, says Jim Irvine of Nissan Motor Corp. But it’s important to establish expectations and goals.
Optimism among learning leaders about the growth and funding of their organization’s learning function continues to grow.
Human trafficking is a $150 billion industry affecting 40.3 million victims globally. Certain industries, such as transportation, hospitality and healthcare, are taking steps to educate their workforce on identifying signs of human trafficking and how to react.
When asking learners for feedback, says General Motors’ Chris Bower, the idea is not just to focus on the content, but on your learners’ context.
Executive education is expecting change thanks to the ever-present spector of digital disruption.
The awards recognize learning leaders who have demonstrated excellence in the design and delivery of employee development programs during the past year. The winners, as well as the CLO of the Year, will be announced on Monday, October 14, at the Fall CLO Symposium in Chicago.
Ekpedeme “Pamay” Bassey, chief learning officer for The Kraft Heinz Co., shares her career journey and what she has learned along the way.
The best learning organizations are doing a lot with a little.
At EY, learning is prioritized as a key differentiator.
AT&T has created a culture of continuous learning, empowering employees to be future-ready.
Social learning buy-in may require rethinking what is being measured to assess impact.
Women are scarce in leadership roles. Lack of targeted leadership development offerings could be a contributing factor.
A disconnect between learning and tangible business outcomes as well as lagging technology may be contributing to dissatisfaction with measurement and metrics practices.