Leaderboards do not lead to healthy competition in all people. In fact, leaderboards are unhealthy for anyone with a cooperation-driven personality.
Everyone has a “dark side.” Helping leaders know and manage their less desirable traits can produce positive results.
Spending plans for 2019 indicate that CLOs remain optimistic as they enter budget season.
Modern-day learners want access to the information they need when they need it. Here are some insights into the future of learning and development departments, as well as how to speak their learning language.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act dropped the corporate tax rate by 14 percentage points. Should more of those savings go to L&D?
How can we best demonstrate alignment of L&D with organizational goals?
Relationships matter in organizations. Avoid overlooking them by embedding learning into the context of work and promoting connection and dialogue.
Building on decades of experience at JPMorgan Chase, the self-proclaimed “accidental CLO,” Jesse Jackson leads the firm on a digital learning journey.
Not far behind virtual reality is the concept of augmented reality, which could have even greater effects on society and learning than VR.
CLOs can use virtual broadly and strategically for employee development, including training for soft skills.
L&D teams have traditionally shied away from diversity and inclusion work. That’s starting to change.
A true believer in the power of education, Nick van Dam makes an indelible mark on McKinsey and the L&D profession at large.
The workforce is changing and learning leaders are on the front line. Here are four things to be thinking about as you look to the year ahead.
Give people opportunities to evolve and change to prepare for the future.
Leadership development programs have grown robust and costly. Are they worth it?