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Learning, talent and leadership development: Evolution or revolution?
Association for Talent Development
People are everything when it comes to an organization's success. For all our talk about strategy, market challenges and money, it's talented, engaged people who make the difference. Without people, we have no tomorrow. People envision the future and craft plans to realize our dreams. People innovate. People face challenges with courage and creativity. And smart people who lead with emotional intelligence create resonant environments where everyone can be and do their best while constantly adapting, learning and having fun.
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Carollo Engineers Sacramento, CA
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Emergency Management Institute Emmitsburg, MD
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International Erosion Control Association Denver, CO
National Association for Fitness Certification Newport, OR
National League for Nursing Washington, DC
Safety Dynamics Brooklyn, NY
Site-Safety, LLC New York, NY
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The International Quantum University for Integrative Medicine Honolulu, HI
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Fostering motivation and self-sufficiency with ongoing e-Learning
Business 2 Community
We've said it before, and we'll say it again. Learning doesn't stop when training ends. One-and-done training isn't effective. Learning needs to be continuous in order to successfully impart knowledge on an audience and achieve desired behavioral change. And, if that wasn't enough, there additional benefits to an ongoing e-Learning program. It fosters the kind of environment that employees want to work in.
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7 'C's ensure learner engagement in corporate MOOCs
Learning Solutions Magazine
Microsoft, working with Intrepid Learning and INSEAD School of Business, recently delivered the company’s first corporate MOOC, Business Strategy and Financial Acumen, to over 1,000 savvy and notoriously difficult-to-delight Microsoft Sellers. Over 85 percent of the sellers completed the rigorous training (this is 17 times higher than the completion rate for the average academic MOOC) with a 95 percent satisfaction rate. What drove these results? Here are the factors that we, the director of design at Intrepid Learning and the project manager from Microsoft, see as making the difference.
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Make your course one to remember
Training Zone
Think about the last course you went on, or the last presentation you watched. What do you remember about it? A couple of things, if you include the chocolate hobnobs they had at the break – or not even that? Now think of a course you went on a year or more ago. Can you remember anything from it at all? As people designing and running training courses every single day of the week, we’ve got our work cut out for us. We recall, on average, the content of just four out of every 20 slides we see. We’re creating e-Learning that employees click through with one hand while they hold a coffee in another.
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Should the 'ship' sail on leadership development?
Business 2 Community
For decades, leadership development has been a significant focus of businesses worldwide. Billions of dollars and millions of hours have been invested in a wide range of activities to build the capacity and effectiveness of those charged with guiding and directing organizations and the people within them. But today, many organizations are implementing a small change in semantics that could lead to big changes in terms of their leadership development efforts. They’re dropping the "ship" and focusing on leader development instead.
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