Gail Dutton

Strategies to Reinvigorate Classroom Learning

For three Training Top 10 Hall of Famers, the future of classroom training is all about architecting development experiences and optimizing the learning environment.

Does Your Business Need a Behavioral Scientist?

Such an approach looks forward, simplifying the environment to remove barriers before they deter learning and allowing a company to fine-tune its course content and integrate personalization into module-based learning.

Canadian Biotech’s Approach to Growing C-Level Talent

The adMare Executive Institute aims to grow C-level talent for the Canadian biopharmaceutical sector. Here’s how this 10-month program works, and the results it is generating.

Games People Play—To Learn

Law firms Hogan Lovells and Littler Mendelson use liveaction simulations in their leadership development and workplace respect programs, respectively. KPMG leverages a gamified, Web-based learning app to help new and current employees understand what, exactly, the audit, tax, and advisory services firm offers clients. Verizon helps store managers know what to do during a robbery via a virtual reality simulation. The games may be fun, but they have a serious side—providing employees with the vital information and skills they need to do their jobs.

Does Your Training Belong On YouTube?

Your employees may turn to YouTube for the latest cat videos or TED Talks, but is the site the right place to house your training?

Taking Employee Satisfaction From Bust To Boom

A look at what organizations can do to help employees love their work and propel themselves and their companies to success.

Secrets Of Successful Facilitation

Ultimately, effective facilitation is about asking questions to help learners reach a goal or produce a desired outcome.

Game To Train

“Just do it!” is the advice three companies give when it comes to utilizing games and simulations for training.

Training to Prevent Workplace Violence

In this day and age, violence prevention plans and drills are as important as drills for fires and earthquakes. Make them a part of your organization’s emergency and business contingency plans, and practice, practice, practice.

Why Change Initiatives Fail… And What L&D Can Do

L&D needs to be immersed in the organization’s strategic and operating priorities, so it can provide practical, meaningful programs that support and drive change.

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