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Commentary & Opinion
An enterprisewide learning strategy means all employees’ learning needs are continually addressed.
An Indiana school district had a different way to train its employees to prepare for an active shooter.
Kathleen Gallo, senior vice president and chief learning officer for Northwell Health, shares her career journey and how she came into L&D.
Five goals for L&D this year.
The growth mindset culture for leadership development.
Adding emotional subtext back into virtual communications.
If we are not keeping our L&D content and strategies up-to-date, we are depreciating ourselves and our companies.
Change is inevitable. It’s how we adapt and react that matters most, in both work and life.
Cybersecurity-focused learning is on the horizon.
All learning results from an urge or a nudge. Organizations that create effective nudges can establish the urge and create a culture of continuous learning.
Definitions of measures and standard reports would serve L&D professionals well.
Chris Tuff, author of “The Millennial Whisperer,” shares practical strategies to recruit, retain and motivate millennials.
Why the era of toxic leaders is coming to an end.
Learn from good and bad managers.
The future is bright for L&D if we continue to build on the work of those who have come before us.