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| || Happy Holidays from I4PL and Brian Atkinson, Chair of the Board of Directors|
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Stay tuned for the next two editions of the I4PL News Brief as we countdown the most read articles of 2018!
| || Chapters Update – Durham Chapter|
The Durham Chapter is now on social media: LinkedIn, Twitter, and Instagram. They look forward to engaging with members and the wider Learning & Development community! Follow them for updates on upcoming events, news, and the latest industry trends.
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As technology continues to evolve, we as project managers will find an ever growing array of tools at our disposal. Technology helps us to collect and analyse project data but the basic principals of project management have not changed. If you want to see a project through to success you need to get rid of uncertainty and mitigate risk. Here’s how!
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| || Performance and Learning in the News|
Of all the actions that learning officers can take, one stands out as being imperative and significantly impactful to every organization — equipping frontline managers to be consciously inclusive.
A year after the advent of the #MeToo outpouring, we’ve learned more about the prevalence of sexism and harassment in the workplace, but it’s not been followed by a behavioral sea change to a more equitable work environment. While making work environments fully inclusive is complex and requires concerted organizational strategy on many fronts, the most overlooked strategy is to positively enlist and engage managers to individually drive and be accountable for equity.
A few years ago, it seemed as if upstart online learning portals were about to reshape how we learned. Now it seems they’re missing the mark entirely.
As Generation Z enters the workforce, trainers have begun to step up their game with the latest tools and technologies that engage these digital natives, born after 1995 up until a few years ago. The annual Kahoot! EdTrends Report for Corporate Trainers, launched today, takes a deeper dive into how this trend shapes corporate training strategies.
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