January / February 2016View Digital Edition
Employers don't necessarily have to provide lengthy training programs for employees to believe they are getting valuable learning, according to a BizLibrary survey of 1,800 employees.
Left unaddressed, issues such as fairly divvying up workplace tasks can fester and worsen. The solution lies in a conversation that features active listening and a willingness to be open to others’ perspectives.
Can we actually design an open office plan with learning in mind?
Even one trainer can begin to make a global impact by getting involved in the community and taking on a local challenge.
A tribute to Jay Cross — one of our greatest learning luminaries whose relentless quest for insights and tireless willingness to share them was fueled by his authentic passion to make learning better for everyone.
If you extrapolate several studies that have been done about paper versus screens, there’s a real gap in learning from a screen— especially a small one.
Transformational change requires a fundamental shift in mindset, organizational principles, behavior, and/or culture, as well as organizational changes— all designed to support new business directions.
Hungarians prefer a didactic teaching style. They want to have a clear theoretical background and plenty of examples illustrating the theory.
Organizational theorist Dick Beckhard developed the GRPI model— Goals, Roles, Processes, Interpersonal Relationships—to help diagnose the causes of team dysfunction.
If you want to create a high-impact learning environment, start with genuine problems and end with real solutions. Avoid solutions that mask tactics as outcomes or call for miracles.