November / December 2017View Digital Edition
It’s not simply about acquiring new skills; rather, it’s about mastering fundamental ones.
To provide the most benefit, crowdsourced learning needs to be a two-way, give-and-take learning experience.
The key is momentum. It’s easier to keep your balance on a bike that is moving. A wrong decision can be changed. No decision leaves you with the problem.
Innovations in Training (IIT) pioneers collaboratively imagine, experience, and create the future of learning.
An outward mindset begins with making more of an effort to see and understand others—their objectives, their needs, their challenges, and their circumstances.
Organizations are seriously addressing the things that divide us in order to build bridges of understanding.
When new hires choose your company as “the one,” it’s a big deal for them and you. And it’s personal. There’s nothing they want more than to belong — to fit in, understand their role, learn the ropes, and add value to the organization right away.
Jamaicans enjoy being active learners. “Ice-breakers” and training games are expected.
When “everyone” is required to take a training, here’s how to leverage the varying degrees of learner expertise so all can benefit from the program.
Shedding light on the way unconscious bias actually works inside a person.