It is the CLO’s role to be a bridge between the company’s learning and development resources and operators.
Articles by Ladan Nikravan
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Forget being profit-driven. Companies may find more success by enabling the actions that drive desired outcomes.
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Despite unemployment and underemployment, members of Gen Y say they’re prepared for the workforce and feel confident about their future.
Gen Y job hops for experience, not money, which means learning leaders have the power to keep them happy and employed.
Gen Y job candidates are often stereotyped as lacking the soft skills needed for success. Research shows this isn’t always the case.
Millennials continue to filter into their first jobs, but not all are succeeding. Here’s how learning leaders can help.
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What's more important than considering the future leaders of an organization? Making sure all present employees, regardless of their age, function well together.