September / October 2017View Digital Edition
When I was in the military, I was taught to “change your 10%”—which means to focus on the areas of your job and your life you can control, the ones you can affect and change.
You represent yourself and your company 24/7, not just from 9 to 5. Your actions outside of work can affect you at work.
Developing soft skills requires the most authentic context possible.
Helping your company get results can win support for your training.
The well-defined goal and distraction-free environment within the game space create a rich incubator for fostering skills such as preparing for the unexpected, problem solving, and critical thinking.
As we move from a “find-it-out” world to a “figure-it-out” one, our focus must shift from increasing the efficiency of productive learning in the classroom to also enabling the effectiveness of generative learning in the workplace.
Organizations that are willing to have courageous conversations about racism gain from having a more engaged and committed workforce where everyone feels they belong.
This year, IMEX introduced a theme called “Purposeful Meetings,” which recognizes that both Learning and Development pros and meeting planners are under more pressure than ever to deliver events, training, and live development programs that are highly experiential, memorable, multi-sensory, and full of deep learning, insight, and, frequently, behavior change.
While individualism is valued in the Czech culture, teaming and collaboration are expected in the training classroom.
Internal communication technology helps address the 3 D’s of poor communication: Disconnection, Disengagement, and Disappearance.