September / October 2019View Digital Edition
Moving from classroom to online training enabled a health care company to bring the benefit of Emotional Intelligence training to more of its global leaders.
Since self-awareness wasn’t a required course or even an elective for the vast majority of us, utilizing a diagram such as the Johari Window can be a good place to get started.
Pairing artificial intelligence with training can maximize learning impact.
Rotating line workers through the Training function has proven to be an effective practice, but the proliferation of “short-time” trainers comes with its concerns.
Virtual classrooms provide crucial opportunities for social interaction and inclusion.
There are four scenarios for artificial intelligence—the best one is where humans and machines learn together to advance human society, not corporate profitability.
What Talent and Development leaders can do to avoid the “danger zones” of an international assignment and ensure the success of employees a company sends abroad.
What technologies should we be exploring that will support every learner, including those who can’t see or hear or speak?
Keep your leaders engaged by ensuring they are provided with the right mix of choices for how they can best learn.
It’s not like we have an abundance of time to conduct massive research projects about our learners, but if you can carve out just one hour each week, it will be worth it.