Interested in learning more about how you will meet and learn from at the 2017 Corporate Learning Week? Find out with our past attendee snapshot which outline who you can expect to meet onsite for CLOs, to VPs and Directors of L&D to Heads of Learning Analytics.
Kelley is a diversity and inclusion expert, talent leader, speaker and author of her first book, “It’s Work! How Will You Show Up?”, focusing on tips and principles to move you through your workforce seasons with a case study on mentoring the Millennial generation. In this interview Kelley discusses diversity and inclusion initiatives and more!
We sat down with the director of learning from Southern America at Ernst & Young Brazil to discuss his new launch; Corporate University. He discusses his experience and gives insight on launching or advancing your own Corporate Unviersity.
Jayson Maxwell is the Corporate Director of Learning and Development at Six Flags Entertainment Corporation. He discusses his role in the L&D industry, initiatives in Organizational Change Management, accomplishments and more. Check out his full interview to learn more!
Ahead of the 5th Corporate Learning Week, we sat with Michael Kennedy, the Head of Leadership Development at the NBA to discuss how their Leadership Development Program has evolved over the past year, what they're doing to prepare future leaders to thrive in a VUCA environment and more!
October 8, 2015 by Tammy Sanders
By most accounts, just about everyone teaching anything needs to learn how to "leverage" online learning. Indeed, teachers come across this leveraging phrase in anecdotal urgings time and time and time again. So what happens when adult learners are asked about their preferences in learning format? Despite continued growth in online courses and programs, learners don’t seem as partial to learning online as stats and experts insist they are (or should be) in our Digital Age.
October 6, 2015 by Bob Bennett
At no time has it been more important for an organization to prove its value – to calculate its value-add–than in the highly competitive, volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous (VUCA) world today.
September 30, 2015 by James Linney
Talent Management and Succession Planning efforts are both an art and a science. Finding ways to develop and place internal staff in executive roles and positioning them for success is no easy task. But, it's worth it -- the cost of attracting and onboarding externally acquired executive talent is high and many new hires are not successful in navigating a new corporate culture. In this interview, Carol Pandza, VP of Learning, Talent Management & Organizational Development at AmeriHealth Caritas touches on how to develop from within the best employees and leadership behaviors.
September 29, 2015 by Bob Bennett
Increasing your sphere of influence is not growing the size of your organization. Rather, it involves increasing the positive impact you have on the business, its employees, customers, shareholders and the community.
September 21, 2015 by Bob Bennett
Increasing flexibility includes innovation, creativity, ‘out of the box’ thinking, and other terms used to describe achieving major breakthroughs of product or service. But it goes well beyond just innovation; it is really about finding a way to make the life of your customer easier. And it goes beyond creativity; it is about providing practical, effective, real-life solutions to problems—with no excuses.