AI-enabled coaching is on the rise in learning and development, and it comes with its own benefits and challenges.
Articles by Elizabeth Loutfi
Megan Torrance, chief energy officer at TorranceLearning, talks about her career and the time she’s spent in the L&D space.
Christyl Murray, VP Academy lead at JPMorgan Chase & Co., reveals her most valuable tips and experiences she’s collected along her L&D journey.
D&I trainings and workshops are useful tools for businesses hoping to change workplace culture and retain a more diverse workforce, but the remaining question is how to deliver the intended message in a way that resonates with individuals in a sustained and impactful manner.
In the absence of any formal, legally required training for workers in the cannabis industry, business leaders are taking compliance, rules and regulation training into their own hands.
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.
Ekpedeme “Pamay” Bassey has held many different personas, and she’s bringing a new energy to the learning space at Kraft Heinz.
Self-directed learning has a place in corporate learning, but it needs to be well-aligned with an organization’s L&D goals.
UpskillSA! is a collaborative effort by Goodwill San Antonio, Alamo Colleges District’s Palo Alto College and nonprofit Education Design Lab.
The funding is believed to be the largest thus far in the field of tech-enabled employee coaching, behavior change and wellness.
A common theme throughout the Association for Talent Development’s annual conference was leading for the future. Being a leader doesn’t always mean knowing the next step and exactly how to get there.