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Commentary & Opinion
From being an NFL wide receiver to serving as a mission specialist for NASA, Leland Melvin has learned the importance of teamwork and equity, as well as the impact that comes with diversifying the talent pipeline.
If we want education to be a real benefit for employees, we must give them time to take advantage of it.
Black box thinking is needed throughout the learning and talent development cycle.
The LXP is not the solution to everything. Make sure you are creating the right types of discovery for the best content you can find.
Everyone knows what leadership is, but few people can articulate what it truly means. Creating a cohesive definition within your organization is a crucial step for developing future leaders and maintaining unity and a strong leadership focus.
Pushing oneself beyond what’s comfortable to grow physically, emotionally and spiritually is valuable. But we’re seeing signs of what happens when a healthy pursuit becomes an obsession.
If there’s one certainty, it’s that the future is uncertain. And though it can be terrifying, uncertainty presents a huge opportunity.
There is a difference between being knowledgeable and owning your various points of view.
When it comes to developing women leaders, let’s start at the very beginning. A very good place to start.
Your established criteria can serve as a career satisfaction yardstick and help guide and inform career choices, role decisions and more.
Learning leaders value mentoring and coaching more than ever, but the mentors and coaches themselves may be changing.
Some digital content providers ask learners to sign user agreements stipulating that the provider may share their personally identifiable information. And it begs the question of our role and responsibility in ensuring data privacy.
Given the increasing role collaboration plays in today’s workplace, learning officers need to expand their focus from how people are performing to how people are performing together.
Making learning personalization a reality in the workplace.
It’s OK to make mistakes, take reasonable risks, and stretch our skills and contributions.