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The First Lever of a Successful CLO: Performance Transformation

Infopro Learning

It should have been no surprise, that we also listed performance transformation as one of three key levers for Learning and Development leaders. To read more see the whole guide “ The Three Levers of a Successful CLO ”. Most L&D organizations consist of people who have been rewarded on their ability to get learners to consume training, and as an added bonus, they create training programs that learners enjoy. Content Development Leadership Development

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Meet the CLO Advisory Board: Erv Lessel

CLO Magazine

Lessel is a retired Air Force major general, serving 31 years in mobility operations, strategic planning and programming, and strategic communications, and has been with Deloitte for over 10 years. CLO: How did you first become interested in learning and development?

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Meet the CLO Advisory Board: Judy Whitcomb

CLO Magazine

Chief Learning Officer recently sat down with Judy Whitcomb, senior vice president of human resources, learning and organizational development at Vi. CLO: How did you become interested in learning and development? CLO: How do you enjoy spending your time outside of work?

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Meet the CLO Advisory Board: Kimo Kippen

CLO Magazine

Kippen is the former CLO of Hilton and the former vice president of learning at Marriott International. In 2015, he was recognized as CLO of the Year. CLO: What was your official job in learning and development? CLO: Tell us about L&D Cares ?

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Meet the CLO Advisory Board: Bob Mosher

CLO Magazine

Mosher has held numerous senior learning and development positions during his 30 years in the industry, including chief global learning evangelist for Ontuitive, former director of learning strategy and evangelism for Microsoft and executive director for Element K (now Skillsoft).

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Meet the CLO Advisory Board: Lisa Doyle

CLO Magazine

Chief Learning Officer sat down for a conversation with Lisa Doyle, learning strategist and advisor, and faculty member for the CLO Accelerator program. She was previously the VP of learning and development for Lowe’s Companies, Inc.

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Want to boost the development of underrepresented talent? Strengthen CLO, CDO partnerships

CLO Magazine

Although these endeavors are well-intentioned, research shows that over the decades, these programs at best fail to produce a more diverse workforce, and, at worst, negatively impact existing DEI efforts. In addition to developing managers, policies and opportunities have to be inclusive.

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Meet the CLO Board: Kevin Wilde

CLO Magazine

As we welcome the new year, Chief Learning Officer would like to recognize and highlight its Advisory Board, comprising individuals who have long and varied histories in the learning and development space. In 2007, he was named CLO of the Year. In 2007, Wilde was named CLO of the Year.

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Accidental CLO, Intentional Learning

CLO Magazine

A self-proclaimed “accidental CLO,” Jesse Jackson has served in numerous roles at the multinational banking and financial services firm JPMorgan Chase & Co. Navy, he joined the bank’s management development program more than 25 years ago, starting as a teller and a banker. Individuals should not necessarily be focused on a set of jobs as opposed to a set of skill sets and attributes needed to perform effectively.” Photo by David Lubarsky.

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Meet the CLO Advisory Board: David DeFilippo

CLO Magazine

DeFilippo has been in senior talent management and development for more than 25 years, and has previously served in numerous learning leader roles , including CLO for BNY Mellon and also for Suffolk Construction. CLO: What was your first official job in learning and development?

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Meet the CLO Advisory Board: Molly Nagler

CLO Magazine

She joined the CLO Advisory Board in December 2020. CLO: What was your first job in learning and development? CLO: What lessons did you learn in 2020 that you’ve brought with you into 2021? CLO: How do you enjoy spending your time outside of work?

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Meet the CLO Board: Tamar Elkeles

CLO Magazine

She is the former vice president of Qualcomm Learning Center, and was named CLO of the year in 2010. CLO: How did you first become interested in learning and development? CLO: What lessons have you learned in 2020 that you plan on taking with you into 2021?

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From higher ed to PepsiCo CLO

CLO Magazine

To achieve that goal, the company needed to shift its leadership culture to adopt a more long-term view of developing and reskilling the workforce, says Sergio Ezama, PepsiCo’s chief talent officer and CHRO of global functions and groups. “It Illustrations by Jonathan Bartlett.

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Meet the CLO Advisory Board: David Vance

CLO Magazine

In 2006, he was awarded CLO of the Year. CLO: What was your official first job in learning and development? Well, my first job and last job in learning and development was to run Caterpillar University. Vance was awarded CLO of the Year in 2006.

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Meet the CLO Advisory Board: Adri Maisonet Morales

CLO Magazine

She has more than 29 years in the learning and talent development industries, and in 2016, she was awarded CLO of the Year. CLO: What was your first official job in learning and development? CLO: What lessons did you learn in 2020 that you’ve taken with you into 2021?

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Understanding Durable vs. Perishable Skills and How to Balance Them

Avilar

There are many ways to describe skills. Professional skills are needed by employees at all levels, regardless of their job role. Leadership skills are necessary for people to lead well. How do you balance durable and perishable skills in your workforce?

The CLO Holiday Wish List

Litmos

Mike’s CLO Holiday Wish List for 2019: Automation and AI everywhere. Especially for large companies, it’s just not possible for the L&D team to keep up with even semi-manually managing the entire learning program and making sure that all learners are seeing and completing the courses they need to perform at their best. Soft skills training as a hard requirement. It’s estimated that about 85% of workplace success comes from people skills, so let’s train to improve those.

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Emotional intelligence is a critical skill for development

CLO Magazine

People are complex, with skills, talents and emotions and intricacies in each of those categories. He is the CEO and founder of GuruMaker, a team of executive coaches and leadership development experts with a unique blend of experience in business, acting and psychology.

Innovation and the CLO

CLO Magazine

Investing in research and development is not a good predictor of innovation outcomes. Far too many innovation programs fail to deliver the desired results. The CLO Role. Given these conclusions, the CLO is in a great position to make a difference in innovation. Because innovation comes from employees, and not necessarily investment in research and development, the key is to make sure the culture is created to spark, support and facilitate innovation. Jack J.

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How to Get the Workforce Skills You Need for 2021

Degreed

And yet, six in ten workers say the ongoing global pandemic and resulting economic crisis are accelerating their need for new workforce skills, according to our report The State of Skills 2021. Assess skills. Map learning to skills. Measure skills progress.

How to Become a Digital CLO

CLO Magazine

In 1994, software company Asymetrix released ToolBook, a computer-based training authoring tool that made it possible for virtually anyone to create web-based training programs. They will fundamentally alter the CLO’s job and how their teams work. Develop a New Skill Set. It changed what it means to be a learning professional,” said Dani Johnson, vice president of learning and development research for Bersin by Deloitte. “As

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‘Test and learn’: A powerful approach to measure the impact of soft skills development

CLO Magazine

Determining the impact of learning programs continues to be a real challenge for many organizations. A number of factors can influence the results of a learning program, and this is particularly true for those focused on soft skills.

Status Quo? Not This CLO

CLO Magazine

By 2015 he was the new vice president and CLO. “We Daniel has been very successful stepping up into this role and after two short years, the organization cannot imagine a more suited CLO.”. One of the first initiatives Gandarilla launched as CLO was the Education Advancement Program, an overarching project to streamline learning and increase quality and access to training for Texas Health employees. Not This CLO appeared first on Chief Learning Officer - CLO Media.

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Developing a Well-Trained Workforce: Insights From Legendary CLO Steve Kerr

Everwise

As a legend in the world of Learning and Development, Steve Kerr has a storied career championing leadership development at companies like Goldman Sachs and GE. Organizational leaders need to recognize and prioritize the skills that need to be developed in each of their employees. Kerr posited that 10% of learning comes from formal class work, such as MBA programs, undergraduate courses, or lectures.

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Brenda Sugrue Is the 2018 CLO of the Year

CLO Magazine

She says working in so many roles has allowed her to identify principles to guide the development and delivery of effective learning regardless of audience, content or context. In her first few months as EY’s CLO, Sugrue presented her vision for learning at the company: to increase the alignment, effectiveness and brand of learning at EY. She said measurement can also show that the cost of training is less than the cost of hiring for particular skills.

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2020 and beyond: skill sets that matter

CLO Magazine

Specifically, I want to share three major skill sets that have proven instrumental in career development for talented women in these extraordinary circumstances: tolerance for ambiguity, adaptability and risk-taking. career development female career development skill set skills women

Skills aren’t soft or hard — they’re durable or perishable

CLO Magazine

The term “soft skills” is often met with an eye-roll these days. There’s a distinction to be made between broad types of skills, to be sure. Never mind that the so-called soft skills are actually the hard ones — they are more challenging to obtain and require a deeper and more enduring commitment. Some organizations have kept the same simple bifurcation in their skills frameworks but rebranded soft skills as “human skills” or “power skills.”

The CLO Succession Plan

CLO Magazine

As many chief learning officers strive to strategically integrate employee development with a holistic approach to talent management, most probably give some serious thought to the issue of succession planning within their organization’s C-suite. Additionally, Willett has been putting together what she calls the “CLO’s notebook” that explains different aspects of the job in detail. He already had succession management, workforce planning and organizational development (skills).

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Consider scenario-based microlearning for soft skills

CLO Magazine

Job success requires strong hard and technical skills, and strong interpersonal and people (or soft) skills. Hard and technical skills training involves imparting information, knowledge, facts and figures on a learner.

CLO Competencies: The Path for Future Learning Leaders

CLO Magazine

Representing a mixed group, with backgrounds ranging from traditional training and development to general management, all were fairly uniform in their answers. They agreed that the future CLO should have experience in: strategic management, general management, knowledge management, leadership skills, and learning methods and concepts. This includes both external (company products and services) and internal (projects, campaigns, programs) sales and marketing activities.

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Managing Career Paths: The Role of CLO

CLO Magazine

Despite the threat of an economic slowdown, the demand for people with exceptional abilities and transferable skills will exceed the supply for years to come, particularly in today’s dynamic and increasingly global business environment. For some organizations, the shortage of skilled executives, middle managers and individual contributors in critical roles already is having quantifiable ramifications — from decreased production capacity to drops in customer satisfaction.

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Skill data: the secret to your 2021 L&D strategy

CLO Magazine

The demand for new skills cannot be greater. The pressure to learn is also felt by workers, with six in 10 stating that the COVID-19 pandemic has increased their need to build new skills. Skill data holds the answer(s). Skill data is the measurement of what your people can do.

Cohort-based programs can develop leaders at all levels

CLO Magazine

When managed over time, generally six to 12 months, cohort-based executive learning can “skill up” key cadres of leaders within a single business or operating unit or across an entire organization. 1: Senior Leaders Must Be Strong and Visible Champions of Development.

Learning to Be a CLO

CLO Magazine

Penn’s doctoral program is at the forefront of CLO education. The University of Pennsylvania’s CLO doctoral program is the only doctoral program in the world designed exclusively around enterprise learning, with 50 learning leader and CLO graduates since 2006. The three-year, at-work executive program through the Graduate School of Education also draws faculty from the world-renowned Wharton business school.

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3 Guidelines to Consider as a CLO

Training Industry

They also engage the powerful affective side of our brains and provide practice in managing the crucial people skills necessary for success. Today’s talent development professionals need a quiver full of arrows and the flexibility to choose the right one at the appropriate time. Training programs designed by Sloane have won over 70 awards and she is the first instructional designer to be chosen as a Women in Film in Video “Woman of Vision.”

CLO Podcast: Visa’s Karie Willyerd on Learning Strategy

CLO Magazine

She took on the brand new role of global CLO at Visa in 2018. It’s no secret that talent is at the center of the modern business agenda and it’s our hope that you’ll hear tips and ideas from this podcast that will help you succeed in business, whether you’re a long-time CLO with decades of experience, whether you aspire to the role in the future or maybe you’re just passionate about the future of learning in today’s organizations.

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One dollar, many outcomes: The multifaceted outcomes of employee education programs

CLO Magazine

You’re likely managing multiple budget lines — already predestined for leadership development, DEI investments and targeted upskilling — while each stakeholder you’re working with is expressing their desire for preferred vendors in each space.

Why businesses need an internal career marketplace for skills, ASAP

CLO Magazine

But I had someone on my team with the necessary skills — I just didn’t know it. In our interactions, we had discussed her experience in onboarding, development and related work. This is why all organizations need an internal career marketplace for skills — immediately.

Listen: Researcher Sarah Kimmel on the future of the CLO role

CLO Magazine

There’s a creeping sense of unease in the CLO role, with the future both uncertain and full of opportunity. In this conversation, Sarah unpacks the results to provide insights for the future of the CLO role. Show Notes: CLO Role of the Future Executive Summary.

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How to make a transformational impact as CLO: 5 key takeaways (Ep13)

Elucidat

This week, we spoke to David DeFilippo about the role of a CLO and knowing when to push back to generate real impact. David has 25 years of experience in corporate learning and development, having served as chief learning officer for Suffolk Construction, the Bank of New York Mellon, and in senior learning and talent roles at Capital One and Comcast. Today, David runs his own consultancy as well as being an executive coach in Harvard Business School’s executive education programs.

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