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.
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Design thinking encourages a forward look, playing chess rather than checkers. And design thinking principles can assist us to holistically solve more complex and intertwined DEI challenges today.
Here are three reasons why Gen Z-ers who are “learning and earning” at work may be uniquely positioned to thrive in our changing future.
This is the latest in a multi-year series of expansions by the upskilling platform.
There are many simple actions organizations can take to help attract more diverse candidates.
Do you want to create a culture that encourages extreme levels of candor, or do you heed the warnings of those who contend that feedback is a fallacy?
By cultivating curiosity, resilience and informed agility we can help our professionals embrace the willingness to keep learning. And by cultivating divergent thinking, teamwork, and emotional and social intelligence we can help support the ability of our professionals to pivot successfully.
Commvault CLO Joe Ilvento draws on his creativity and wealth of experience to deliver solutions. And his unconventional approach has made him a favorite at the company.
Many of your employees are likely fearful about the advancement of AI and the rapid rate of technological evolution. This is where the onus falls on you to tie the reskilling process to team members’ professional development.
Under pressure to attract new talent and upskill incumbent workers, learning and HR leaders are trying to juggle the shifting demographics of today’s workforce to accommodate each generation’s unique strengths, weaknesses and learning preferences. But new data suggest that today’s workers have a surprising amount in common.
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.
Stress can quickly become distress when there is too much of it, too often or when it lasts too long. Here’s what CLOs can do to help improve employee well-being in the workplace.
D&I trainings and workshops are useful tools for businesses hoping to change workplace culture and retain a more diverse workforce, but the remaining question is how to deliver the intended message in a way that resonates with individuals in a sustained and impactful manner.
In the absence of any formal, legally required training for workers in the cannabis industry, business leaders are taking compliance, rules and regulation training into their own hands.
Cultural competency — knowing oneself and having a genuine curiosity to know others on a deeper level — is much bigger than what we’re doing in our organizations. It extends to our societies and communities.
When asking learners for feedback, says General Motors’ Chris Bower, the idea is not just to focus on the content, but on your learners’ context.