Microlearning: Fab or Fad?

Tom Spiglanin

Microlearning fits modern work styles. A lengthy script was written and approved, and voice over recordings were made. Many of the people who produced these videos don’t have degrees in instructional design, don’t write out learning objectives, don’t develop voice over scripts, and don’t use sophisticated video equipment, yet their products are used for learning and found valuable by thousands or even millions of people.

Grow multicultural leaders with coaching, not just business English

CLO Magazine

Instead, individual coaching support, geared toward developing leadership-level skills within an all-English speaking or American business context, is the best way to address typical concerns, such as: The hesitancy of some multicultural employees when it comes to letting their voices be heard. Conflicting working styles across diverse teams. controlling the written work product of ESL employees.

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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. But his or her team cries foul due to roadblocks and distractions in completing the organization’s day-to-day work.

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Remote Collaboration

Tony Karrer

My primary interest here are the methods and tools that allow us to work better as part of remote work teams. In other words - How do we collaborate together in remote work teams to be as effective or even more effective than a team that works down the hall?

Sexual Harassment Prevention Starts With Leadership

CLO Magazine

Eighty-five percent of women have reported some form of sexual harassment at work, and seemingly even more than that have experienced it, as evidenced by the #MeToo movement sweeping social media. NCHRA CEO Greg Morton said that intent has probably been voiced in the halls of many companies during the past year. For example, Ihsanullah said it’s common for a leader to give a speech about work-life balance and then in the next breath celebrate someone because they worked all weekend.