Through a partnership between its information security and learning functions, Accenture is preparing and educating employees about cybersecurity threats.
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Vi delivers big results on a small budget.
An unintentional outcome of the #MeToo movement is a greater hesitancy among men to mentor women. This could have dramatic negative effects for women and companies — but learning leaders can help.
Understanding millennial expectations and perceptions about leadership development can help learning leaders retain more young workers, improve company culture and benefit the bottom line.
Kathleen Gallo, senior vice president and chief learning officer for Northwell Health, shares her career journey and how she came into L&D.
To achieve a true culture of learning, never underestimate the power of top-line executive sponsorship, says Allison Horn, managing director of learning and leadership development at Accenture.
Lack of representation poses a problem for corporate learning teams viewed as ambassadors of culture and organizational strategy.
Mike Kennedy, learning and development leader and associate vice president at the National Basketball Association, shares his career journey and how he came into L&D.
Judy Whitcomb, chief human resources and learning officer for Vi, a national developer, owner and operator of resort-like senior living communities, says learning does not belong just to the learning department. If there are resource constraints, Whitcomb says it can be helpful to think outside of the box and be creative in attaining learning and organizational goals.
The growing power and sophistication of virtual reality spotlights the need to plan and experiment with this emerging technology.
Learning leaders can help employees seize the entrepreneurial spirit by fostering a safe environment that allows for failure and innovation.
Kathy Smith, vice president of talent management and development at Nationwide Insurance and Diane August, chief learning architect at Nationwide, advise learning leaders to build a learning culture that is embedded with the overall culture of the organization.
Using threats, anxiety and money to drive employee productivity doesn’t help them be more creative or innovative, says Dan Cable, professor at London Business School. Organizations must focus on bringing out the best in their people or risk their own extinction.
Kathy Smith, vice president of talent management and development at Nationwide Insurance and Diane August, chief learning architect at Nationwide, describe how they develop learning strategies that align with business outcomes from a design, development and delivery perspective.
Dan Cable, a professor at London Business School and author of “Alive at Work: The Neuroscience of Helping Your People Love What They Do,” says learning leaders can help employees ignite the part of the brain that urges us to explore and to push beyond what we already know.
Allison Horn, managing director of learning and leadership development at Accenture, says learning leaders have the responsibility to help their organizations stay at the forefront of where the learning industry is headed.