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Meet the CLO Advisory Board: Sydney Savion

CLO Magazine

She has held numerous roles in L&D, previously serving as the chief of education strategy for Dell EMC-Education Services until 2017, and as Dell Global Support and Deployment Service’s global learning officer until 2014. In 2020, she was recognized as CLO of the Year.

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Meet the CLO Advisory Board: Judy Whitcomb

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CLO: How did you become interested in learning and development? Regardless of the organizations I worked or roles I’ve held (including business functional roles), I’ve always led with learning. CLO: What lesson(s) did you learn in 2020 that you’ve taken with you into 2021?

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Meet the CLO Advisory Board: Lisa Doyle

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Chief Learning Officer sat down for a conversation with Lisa Doyle, learning strategist and advisor, and faculty member for the CLO Accelerator program. Department of Veterans Affairs Acquisition Academy, where she was awarded CLO of the Year in 2011. What role do they play?

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Sydney Savion is the 2020 CLO of the year

CLO Magazine

The Air New Zealand CLO was experiencing an ultra-rare moment for 2020, disconnected from the virtual world during the Learning in Practice Awards ceremony on Oct. 20, when she was announced as the 2020 CLO of the Year. She became Air New Zealand’s CLO in February 2018.

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From higher ed to PepsiCo CLO

CLO Magazine

Typically the company fosters talent over many years, so that when they move high performers into leadership roles they are familiar with the company culture and ways of working. The post From higher ed to PepsiCo CLO appeared first on Chief Learning Officer - CLO Media.

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Behavioral Intelligence: The Missing Link and Next Frontier In L&D

CLO Magazine

Behavioral Intelligence: The Missing Link. What is missing, or more accurately is misunderstood and poorly trained in corporate L&D, is behavioral intelligence. Behavioral intelligence refers to one’s ability to affect their environment through overt behavior. Behavior change is the goal of L&D, yet this is the least understood and, in many cases, poorest trained. Cognitive, Emotional and Behavioral Intelligence Systems in the Brain.

What remote work revealed about the role of onboarding

CLO Magazine

First, it is helpful to take a step back and see onboarding in the context of social behavior. The post What remote work revealed about the role of onboarding appeared first on Chief Learning Officer - CLO Media.

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‘Black Mirror’ or better? The role of AI in the future of learning and development

CLO Magazine

Researchers and developers are continuously improving them to mimic human behaviors; they can learn, problem-solve and process language. Another way is through the creation of AI agents to specifically create false information at scale to influence the behaviors of a population.

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Kraft Heinz CLO Pamay Bassey is reimagining corporate learning with laughter and passion

CLO Magazine

Ekpedeme “Pamay” Bassey, CLO of The Kraft Heinz Co., Now, after coming on board as CLO for Kraft Heinz in Chicago last December, Bassey is reimagining the company’s approach to corporate learning. One of Bassey’s areas of focus as the company’s CLO is developing the framework for new academies in Ownerversity. That is actually something I bring to my role every day. Her role gives her the opportunity to do something she really loves: empower others and be an advocate.

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How to activate a trophic cascade: the important role of team learning in functional transformation

CLO Magazine

Drawing from the trophic cascade analogy and inspired by the strategy of reintroducing wolves, we presented a business case for creating and deploying a new team of six existing regional sales leaders to serve as training directors charged with driving adoption of new sales leadership behaviors.

CLO Podcast: Stephanie Speights of Children’s Health on Centralizing Learning

CLO Magazine

Since this episode was recorded, Stephanie took on the CLO role at Parkland Hospital and Health System, one of the largest health systems in Dallas. Plus, co-host Justin Lombardo talks about the three things to look for in a new CLO role and why he thinks centralization is the way to go for the modern learning function. This episode is also brought to by O’Reilly Media. You were the first CLO at Children’s Health, a brand new position.

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Leadership and the return to the office

CLO Magazine

Their people will listen attentively — but apprehensively — as they get ready to resume their old roles in a new world. percent of respondents reported at least one adverse mental or behavioral health condition, including symptoms of anxiety disorder or depressive disorder.

Continuous learning with a purpose

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Their strategic planning process is closely tied to the business planning cycle, which allows them to see what specific skills and roles are critical for the next three to five years. “We The post Continuous learning with a purpose appeared first on Chief Learning Officer - CLO Media.

It’s not about the ‘what.’ It’s about the ‘how’ and the ‘feel.’

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They also have behavioral skills of leadership — or the “how” — leading with strong communication that shows empathy and respect for others in most interactions, including those that are challenging (e.g., In fact, “overthinking it” hinders behavioral skills learning.

Instructional Design: Something Old, Something New

Allison Rossett

I harkened back to these findings after reading Xyleme CLO Jeffrey Katzman’s provocative blog posting about new instructional design. The director urged me to consider his behavioral roots, to make sure that participants received lots of opportunities to practice because that’s how people learn. Deliverables were established on the basis of analysis; outcomes articulated; and roles and approaches defined and honored. .

Instructional Design: Something Old, Something New

Allison Rossett

I harkened back to these findings after reading Xyleme CLO Jeffrey Katzman’s provocative blog posting about new instructional design. The director urged me to consider his behavioral roots, to make sure that participants received lots of opportunities to practice because that’s how people learn. Deliverables were established on the basis of analysis; outcomes articulated; and roles and approaches defined and honored. .

Investing in an inclusive workforce is a national readiness imperative

CLO Magazine

On the one hand, job openings have reached a record high, with more than 10 million open roles. We see two-year schools as an untapped resource for improving diversity across a number of fast-growing roles.

Hybrid skills are ascendant in the post-pandemic talent economy

CLO Magazine

But we know from labor market information enabled by artificial intelligence that a retail worker might be 70 percent of the way there toward a role in human resources and just doesn’t know how to articulate those skills.

L&D’s DEI blind spot: Perpetuating inequity?

CLO Magazine

Although we want this content to drive understanding and behavioral changes for all employees, the profession is not diverse. Human resources and associated roles, like L&D, are also thought of as pink-collar professions because of the large proportion of women who hold these jobs.

Inclusion is practice

CLO Magazine

When it comes to advancing organizational diversity and inclusion, too often leaders rely on the latest off-the-shelf training program or policy, but these initiatives do little to change employee behavior. This includes holding employees accountable for changing their behavior.

Translating talent into opportunity

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Managers are on the front lines of change and managers play a vital role in how participants are supported back at the workplace — as they apply their learnings and their new behaviors. . Expectations of “feminine” behavior in the workplace.

Debunking 3 myths about executive coaching

CLO Magazine

This isn’t to say advice doesn’t occasionally play a role, or that industry knowledge doesn’t sometimes provide helpful perspective. Coaching is just about behaviors. However, behaviors are only part — and a much smaller part — of the bigger goal of coaching.

7 Innovative Thinkers Who Will Up Your Knowledge Management Game

Inkling

The wealth of experts on Twitter makes the social media platform a valuable place to grow your network and discover new perspectives. (In At the center of any CLO’s role is understanding how people learn—and that’s exactly what Paul studies. Social media can be a powerful tool for your business, especially in the learning sphere. While working at BBC, Semple helped successfully introduce the use of social media tools.

How this 3D printing company improved its culture and talent management strategy

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If SprintRay did not start addressing culture now, it would only grow bad habits or behaviors that would take too long to fix. Discover: Document desired culture and the behaviors that fit in it. Articulate: Roll out behaviors and define boundaries.

Using self-coaching to help you to cope and grow

CLO Magazine

It is important to note that while self-coaching involves one simultaneously assuming the role of both the coachee and the coach, it is not intended as a replacement for the experience of working one-on-one with a professional coach. Self-coaching allows one to model acceptable behaviors.

Integrate DEI into your leadership development

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Keeping DEI training isolated makes it difficult for leaders to apply what they learn and will ultimately fail in changing the behaviors of leaders to be more inclusive. The post Integrate DEI into your leadership development appeared first on Chief Learning Officer - CLO Media.

The intersectionality of impression management and organizational learner presence

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This article presents organizational learner presence theory as an amalgamation of andragogy, social presence theory, organizational citizenship behavior and impression management. Their assumption of new social, career and life roles help prepare them for training.

Human-centered leadership: Five actions for the new paradigm

CLO Magazine

Model resilience behaviors yourself, focusing on physical, emotional, mental and social resilience practices and ensure team members are encouraged and supported in their well-being practices.

Stop talking training and start talking value

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3: A business is consistently but slowly growing, creating a need to promote staff into project management roles. But as in the emergency training scenario, there is no need or expectation for immediate and consistent behavior change.

Building a culture of accountability

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They grudgingly comply while complaining to peers or social media and/or seeking other job opportunities. By appreciating and rewarding employee performance and behaviors, they gain a sense of achievement and serve as a role model to others.

Executive’s guide to developing change agility in your organization

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Explain to them that by preparing for impending change, they can take an active role on how those changes occur. and then stay alert for these negative behaviors. Change agility is the key to the future success of your organization and team.

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Creating and communicating your leadership point of view

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Whenever someone tries to influence the behavior of another person, they are engaging in leadership. How did your experiences impact your leadership style and prepare you for a leadership role? Choose and define three to five values that guide your behavior as a leader.

Open learning and knowledge sharing in a remote working world

CLO Magazine

As office walls disappear in today’s workplace scenarios, L&D’s role also needs to evolve. The role of L&D. In light of all the concerns mentioned above, what should the role of L&D be in today’s realm of open learning? The role of technology.

An arduous year and a half at work punctuates soft skills

CLO Magazine

When the COVID-19 pandemic pushed office workers to remote settings, employees sought assistance to upskill and cope with the big changes in their roles. When roles change, people unwilling to change along with the roles will have a hard time in the future of work, Palmer says. “We

Five Disney Inspired Words for Effective Talent Management

CLO Magazine

Disney maintained contact with its customers through social media and other outlets. Disney employees must also deliver expected behaviors through the Disney Cast Basics. For leadership, it provides a template for guiding behavior and, when necessary, delivering coaching and discipline.

What a kidney transplant taught me about company culture

CLO Magazine

Where creating a culture of openness, collaboration and high performance is a priority, we cannot turn a blind eye to uncivil behavior. Otherwise, we will find that while we have filled roles in the short term, we have weakened and eroded organizational culture for years to come.

Move beyond HiPo development to unlock your organization’s full potential

Chief Learning Officer

But the employee did not recognize the change in their own behavior until feedback was provided and the HiPo rating was removed. An individual’s full potential is not really known unless they are given the opportunity to show broader capability or aptitude beyond their current role.

Can better leadership skills unlock greater wellbeing at work?

CLO Magazine

The leader’s role in modeling wellbeing. . By investing in core management skills and behaviors, we can help provide a sense of calm, clarity and purpose our workforce has long desired. appeared first on Chief Learning Officer - CLO Media.

Meaningful training analytics: 1+2 ? 4

CLO Magazine

The missing link — Level 3: Behavior, in The Kirkpatrick Model — is where the value of training is created so the desired results are realized. Define critical behaviors. Even when people know what they are supposed to do, many factors influence their behavior.

When it comes to their own development, CLOs are too often MIA

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And when you’re dealing with someone, let’s say for example your 8-year-old son, who treats seeking out inconsistencies in your behavior like a full-time, salaried position with sweet benefits, it’s even more so. The CLO Accelerator is a next-?generation Do as I say, not as I do.

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