From Drudge to Dream: How to Change Your Job Into a Passion

There are few activities more rewarding than coaching or mentoring others, and the mentors learn at least as much as the mentees. You can coach less experienced colleagues, people who want to develop skills you have, or interns. Do you want to run your own company eventually?

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Learning Campaigns: Driving Engagement and Performance Improvement – Part 2

Fort Hill Company

In Part 1 of our Learning Campaigns Blog series, we highlighted data from a number of clients using Fort Hill’s 70-20 learning activation platform to support their learning initiatives. In both cases, 70-20 was used to support a specific development program, topic or project. The table below shows the results from the five learning campaigns that were discussed in Part 1 of this Blog series: Importance of Validation.

High Performance Learning with 70-20®

Fort Hill Company

My objectives for integrating 70-20 into the programs addressed the formal, social and informal learning aspects (10-20-70 learning model) of the program. Academy participants worked on four sequential challenges in the four months following the instructor-led residential program. The first two challenges focused on Client Mastery/Business Development and the final two challenges related to Leadership, Coaching and Time Management.

Learning Campaigns: Driving Engagement and Performance Improvement – Part 1

Fort Hill Company

This will be a three-part blog series that will examine learning campaigns from three perspectives: 1) participant engagement; 2) performance improvement; and 3) social learning. One strategy that supports the shift is to transform training programs into learning campaigns. Charles Jennings, co-founder of the 70:20:10 Institute in Europe, recently discussed this shift in his excellent blog: From Courses to Campaigns: using the 70:20:10 approach.

Learning Campaigns: Driving Engagement and Performance Improvement – Part 3

Fort Hill Company

Our first two blog posts in this 3-part series focused on the benefits of moving away from the “course mindset” and moving toward a “learning campaign mindset” that drives stronger participant engagement and performance improvement. It happens in-person through conversations, meetings, programs and events, as well as online via social media outlets like Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn, and on collaboration technology like Yammer, Jive and 70-20®.