Are You Taking Time for a Second Look?

CLO Magazine

The booming market of nontraditional and continuing education is filled with many people who are now working toward degrees because they got sidetracked earlier in their studies. CLOs can’t look at people, work styles, educational backgrounds or results in a singular way.

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Leaders, Failure Is Upon You

CLO Magazine

Or, recommend relevant and personalized content throughout an employee’s day to support development that suits each individual’s work style and preferences. Leaders today are destined for failure. That was harsh.

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Grow multicultural leaders with coaching, not just business English

CLO Magazine

Conflicting working styles across diverse teams. Here’s an example that achieved a firm’s dual goals: to better leverage senior staff by reducing their involvement in lower-level delegable work, and to boost advancement and promotion, especially at certain career levels.

Dan Pontefract – Crystal Balling with Learnnovators

Learnnovators

Dan is author of “ Flat Army: Creating a Connected and Engaged Organization ” and is currently at work on the follow-up book. He is Chief Envisioner of TELUS Transformation Office; a future-of-work consulting group that helps organizations enhance corporate culture, leadership, learning, work styles & collaboration practices. Could you allow us a brief preview of this work for our readers please? ABOUT DAN PONTEFRACT (Author, Speaker, Chief Envisioner).

More flexible learning strategies needed for young workers

Aptara

A recent CLO Media column by Ladan Nikravan explored the topic of teaching Generation Y workers relative to their older peers. There may be some concern that getting younger in learning style might serve to alienate the rest of the workforce.

Highlights From Day Two of the Spring 2011 Chief Learning Officer Magazine Symposium

CLO Magazine

The late afternoon included a series of workshops and a CLO town hall. to be competitive with other countries, we have to bring our whole selves to work and embrace our differences. After that is a secondary level which includes religion, income, language, work style, education, work experience, relationship status, recreational habits and family.