Inclusion and the New Workplace: A Conversation with Author Jennifer Brown

Chronus 

Jennifer Brown is an award-winning entrepreneur, dynamic speaker, author and diversity and inclusion expert. Often, we don’t know that these are biased decisions until they’re brought to our attention, which can perpetuate inequality in a company.

How to Unlock the Expertise Economy with Upskilling

Avilar

Former LinkedIn Chief Learning Officer, Kelly Palmer, and David Blake, co-founder of Degreed, think they know why. The authors outline a case for corporate learning where skills are the currency with which employees navigate into, within, and across organizations.

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How Important is the Design Phase?

Design2Train

If you do not complete the Design Phase the right way, you will end up with cost-overruns of re-work, redefining the project scope, and lots of stress. . How do you know if you have completed the Design Phase properly? We call this separation, Need to Know and Good to Know.

Is Your Team Ready for International Expansion?

OpenSesame

As HR leaders of an expanding global organization, you need to know, especially because discerning how knowledgeable your staff is about other cultures, customs and communication norms is vital to a successful entrance into a new region. Gathering data from your corporate learning programs will help you better understand your workforce and determine how to best prepare them to do business in new markets. Do an Initial Assessment. About the Author. . .

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Looking back on Devlearn 2014

easygenerator

A white paper based on the trend session is available to download. To manage and facilitate knowledge successfully, an organization needs to use taxonomies (meta data) curation, and one central tool. Session: Craig Weiss: top 10 authoring tools of 2014. This was Craig’s overview of the authoring landscape, trends and his top10 picks. He does know the landscape well. It talked about enabling users to create content instead of doing it all yourself.

50 suggestions for implementing 70-20-10

Jay Cross

People learn their jobs by doing their jobs. We learn on the job to do the job. Workers need to know what one another are doing. Twenty-first century employees do complex, unpredictable work. It’s up to them to figure out what to do. About the author.

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50 suggestions for implementing 70-20-10 (5)

Jay Cross

The more we pay attention to this direct relationship, and the more senior leaders do everything they can to ensure the tools, resources and opportunities are at the fingertips of these managers to assist people who are at the heart of the customer experience, the. About the author.

A Conversation with Bryan Austin of mLevel

mLevel

Given mLevel’s easy-to-use authoring tool and supporting game templates, one of our clients deployed 28 sales training programs to their sales force in less than three months. What do you feel sets you apart as a learning solution? Recap from: Kapp Notes.

Evolution of L&D - Some more thoughts

ID Reflections

Or should we ask, will L&D the way we know it remain? Do we see L&D undergoing a name change, identity shift or morphing into a different entity altogether. Now, the question is not “What to do?” In this case, “How do we go about bringing the change and making an impact?” And I ask myself, “What would I do?” What do they want? L&D needs to step into the domain of OD (Organizational Development) and do a Root Cause Analysis.

Free L&D webinars for March 2018

Limestone Learning

Thursday, March 1, 2018, 10AM – 11AM PT: Making of a Mindful Leader (Free for ATD members) Did you know that 68.5 Manage – Provide employees with the tools and assistance they need. New learning skills and tools. Developing tools to measure results.

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Writing Less Objectionable Learning Objectives

Learning Visions

Personally, I dont like to hide things from learners and play guessing games, so I am an advocate of letting the learner know, up front, what they will be expected to do at the conclusion of the course, lesson, or whatever. How do you try to think like a learner?