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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.

Lady Learning on iPad

Mobile apps serve up employee coaching, training, and career guidance on the go.


Tips to help leaders manage, train, and motivate today’s suddenly remote workforce.

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INDUSTRY SOLUTIONS: How to Increase Engagement with Custom eLearning

Historically, instructor-led training (ILT) has dominated learning modalities. But in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, employee training and development teams are under pressure to quickly recreate instructor-led experiences in a virtual setting. Doing so usually requires the capabilities to build custom eLearning activities, but for many Learning and Development (L&D) teams, that may seem impossible on a short timeline.

However, in addition to high-tech solutions such as gamification and immersive technologies, there are also low-tech solutions that can help.

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Cyber Security Basics All Employees Must Be Trained in

Balance the emphasis on the importance of cybersecurity with a positive demeanor by framing actionable steps in a simple and easy-to-do light, empowering employees to protect themselves and others.

Service in the Digital Age

We work so hard to make sure we manage our first impressions in person. We focus on our smiles, making connections, acknowledging loyalty, and all of those great things, but why does all of that get left behind with online service?

Business Education for Future Middle Managers (Part 2)

Experiential learning helps managers hone early working skills, but it cannot necessarily address challenges such as demolition, downsizing, workplace trauma, and a professional view of oneself. Business-experienced professors can help ensure middle managers gain such knowledge.

The Risks and Benefits of “Heat” at Work

“Heat experiences” are high-stress, high-stakes situations that afford massive learning potential. Heat emerges when an organization is moving in a new strategic direction or grappling with disruptive change—like today’s Coronavirus—and the skills, systems, and culture are not aligned.

Not Leader Development—Leadership-as-Practice Development

Leadership-as-Practice Development does not focus on training just the managers; it applies to everyone associated with the practice or project in question. There is attention to their relationship(s), their materials, and the specifics of the context in which they are working.

Now’s the Time for L&D to Lead the Way

L&D professionals need to become the scaffolding to help maximize the learning for all the people put into de facto “stretch” opportunities because of the pandemic.

Is a Meeting by Video Better than by Phone?

When in a group, people tend to look around the room for confirmation that their opinion is OK or to see which idea, already approved by the group, they can latch onto. When a meeting is happening by phone, it’s harder to gauge how others feel before offering your own response.

Leverage Learning to Reduce Turnover Risk

Companies having success with mitigating turnover have a different approach to learning overall. They are far more likely to include feedback from learners and more likely to align strategy with learner objectives.

Put Your Career on the Fast Track

Are you clear about what you really want to do? Life is too short to spend most of your waking hours doing something that doesn’t really matter to you.

Sean Covey’s Insights on Habit 1: Be Proactive

People with a growth mindset believe their basic abilities can be developed and enhanced through dedication and hard work, a belief that they are in the driver’s seat and can, therefore, improve and change. This proactive view of the world results in proactive thinking and language.

COVID-19: Working on Lockdown

My assumption was working from home would make me more productive because I wouldn’t have the distractions of office life to contend with. After the first full week of housebound work, I’m not sure that’s true.


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