Beyond the “training,” the true challenge is to transfer what’s been learned and to sustain, even grow, that knowledge over the span of a career.
Commentary & Opinion
Storytelling is the path to continued self improvement and high performance.
If we are really looking to shift culture, mindset and practices to stay ahead of the game, we should nurture the creative child within us and create the right conditions to explore the unknown.
We can learn a lot from dogs by embracing their adaptive traits and attitude.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission just published proposed rulemaking, which, if implemented, will bring human capital disclosure to U.S publicly traded companies much sooner than anyone imagined.
Numbers, by themselves, can be boring. To be effective when sharing data, present both numbers and narrative.
Americans have $1.6 trillion in outstanding student debt. Parents, taxpayers, college students and even corporate executives have a big and growing stake in the issues. We all need to do better.
Women often report they are dissatisfied with their same-gender workplace relationships. But external context, not internal qualities, is at the root of women’s same-gender conflicts.
The best use of VR is for learning that requires authentic practice. This form of real-world practice allows employees to learn by doing, without putting them into dangerous, difficult or potentially costly situations.
Too often women believe that to prove themselves, they have to do it all. As women begin to recognize that trying to do it all themselves has limited them and held them back, they become more willing to reach out to others, resulting in benefits to them and their organizations.
There’s a disconnect between the way higher ed delivers its product and what adult learners want.
What’s changed, what’s endured, what lies ahead.
Calculating the monetary value of intangibles is difficult. Here’s how one Canadian bank put a price tag on networking.
We need to take a hard look at the existing, instructionally broken ILT model and change three things for ILT 2.0 to be actualized.
Our countries have much to learn about learning from each other, while honoring our different cultures, governments, privacy expectations and learning traditions.
Despite the success of our active shooter drill, I still carry with me an apprehension that I’m not safe at work.