The evolution of work is rapidly changing how learning organizations go about training and development, which prompted us to take a look at the three largest challenges corporate learning is predicted to encounter in 2019.
Do you need to transform your work culture from a negative one to a positive one? Download the report and learn how to define the characteristics of your work environment and potential strategies and solutions to improve it.
Corporate Learning Network and Ansrsource teamed up and surveyed learning and training leaders at corporations around the globe on how they measure knowledge investment. Take a look at Ansrsource's findings, ultimately confirming that critical thinking training is the greatest unmet need.
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“According to the Corporate Executive Board (CEB), a management research group, surveys have found that 95 percent of managers are dissatisfied with their PM systems, and 90 percent of HR heads believe they do not yield accurate information.” Take a look at the evidence brought to you by CLW’s featured keynote, Josh Dallas, Head of Research at the NeuroLeadership Institute, along with his colleagues David Rock& Beth Jones at NeuroLeadership Institute as they discuss why numbers-based HR Management is obsolete.
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By Marcia Conner & Tony Bingham
Take a look at the sample chapter from CLW's Keynote Marcia Conner's latest book: The New Social Learning. In this newly revised and updated edition of The New Social Learning, Tony Bingham and Marcia Conner dispel organizational myths and fears about social media.
When a team is working together they are more than a collection of individuals; they are a functioning entity that can accomplish more than each individual thought possible. Unfortunately, a single person can destroy that team synergy, changing a smoothly functioning team back into a group of individuals. Read how to handle this type of scenario.
The recommendations in this report have been prepared by Penn State Executive Programs, Innovative-Thought, and the Penn State Leadership and Innovation Laboratory (collectively the Penn State team). The Penn State team is comprised of Sam Hunter, Pete Steinberg, and Maria Taylor. Please refer to the attached experience summaries.
Peter F. Drucker is the most respected management thinkers of all-time. Almost every major issue and challenge related to managing change, developing people, aligning training with corporate goals, and dozens of other topics were identified, analyzed, and prescribed for by Drucker.
He, however, addressed these topics as sub-themes throughout his major works. Corporate Learning Network (CLN) has been devoted to more broadly disseminating the principles and practices of Drucker. Many of our contributors have clarified, amplified, and extended many of the principles and practices first developed by Drucker.
Why should you worry about leadership development? Gallup's famous American Workplace survey found that approximately 70% of American employees are either not engaged or are actively disengaged and that's costing corporations $450 - $550 billion per year. Learn why leadership development is critical to your future success.
Brought to you by Keynote Speaker, Sebastian Bailey, Author of "Mind Gym: Achieve More by Thinking Differently”, CEO and Co-Founder The Mind Gym
Mind Gym's 30 minute webinar reveals:
- Why recognition is worth more than monetary reward
- The most common pitfalls of recognition, and five ways to get it right
- What managers should be doing to get the most from their people and why money isn’t enough
By Sebastian Bailey, Author of "Mind Gym: Achieve More by Thinking Differently”, CEO and Co-Founder The Mind Gym
Research has shown that when managers feel they are being treated unfairly they pass this mistreatment onto their own employees. Everyday micro-aggressions – seemingly small, often unconscious behaviors that make others feel excluded – are on the rise as organizations become more diverse and individuals react to those who are different to them.
Interested in optimizing your learning ecosystem? In this packet find out how leading edge companies such as RBC and IBM cultivate exceptional learning experiences with design thinking, learning analytics and business-aligned L&D strategies. Chapters include: 2017 Industry Trends, Designing & Developing a 21st Century Learning Ecosystem, The Architects of Experience, Techniques on Measuring Leadership Effectiveness and Calculating ROI in Training and Performance Improvement.
In an increasingly interconnected world, change and disruption are the new normal. Technology has been the catalyst for great accomplishment and even greater change. With the fast pace of work, organizations are forced to make a choice: adapt or get left behind. How can you navigate such massive change with better success and higher morale? Download this e-book to learn the top do's and don'ts for leaders facing change and why this is so important.
In a customer centric culture, we need to be agile and define ways that we can meet the business needs by preparing our people to develop curricula and delivery in an agile way. Catherine Curtis, Senior Manager of Instructional Design at Amazon, shares templates for streamlining processes, how to adapt processes to enable accelerated learning goals, and how to build quality learning programs and engage exclusive stakeholders.
Personal motivation and a strong connection to team goals are key indicators of whether a company will compete and win in ever-changing markets. The most successful companies support teams that seek diversity, practice inclusive behaviors and are open to new ideas. Research shows when people feel included at work their engagement and performance improves, resulting in more creative solutions that appeal to a broader audience.
Shawna Erdman, Director of Global Leadership & Learning at Intel Corporation, shares the latest neuroscience research critical for developing agile organizations. She additionally shares how to incorporate diversity and inclusion as a cultural design principle (rather than a standalone program) and how to invest in development opportunities for executives and high potentials to create a top down mindset of innovation and inclusion.
In this Forbes article, Julie Veloz, VP of Learning & Development at IPG Mediabrands shares how to create a learning environment employees will want to participate in. Julie Veloz spoke at last year's Corporate Learning Week Silicon Valley.
We surveyed over 100 senior-level executives from Corporate Learning Week to learn the top L&D challenges of 2018, what corporate learners have spent to counter these challenges, and the top priorities for new learning solutions in 2018 and 2019. Download this infographic to learn the highest priorities of L&D leaders.
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Roderick Jefferson, Vice President of Global Enablement at Marketo presents on why adjusting your learning programs to your learners' expectations is a winning solution, learning design principles that are proven and successful, and evaluating your learners and their needs within the context of 21st century learning design.
Wondering what will change in recruiting for 2019? In this report you'll learn new recruiting strategies and all of the top recruiting trends including:
1. Employer Branding
2. Technological Advances
3. Ways to use Social Media
In this eBook sample, learning leader and CLW speaker Brandon Carson shares how to shape your thinking around fundamental components driving the digital transformation. The book describes five factors on which learning leaders should focus to help their employees and customers take full advantage of new technology. The choices learning leaders make now impact an organization’s ability to focus on real outcomes and measurable results. Brandon Carson is Director of Learning at The Home Depot.
Prior to last year's Corporate Learning Week Silicon Valley, we spoke with keynote panelist Kate Berardo on emerging technologies in L&D and the steps Facebook is taking to reinvent the learning experience. Kate Berardo is currently the Head of Leadership Development at Facebook. This year's event will have even more top notch speakers like Kate onsite. Join us March 25-27, 2019 in San Francisco, CA.
In this keynote speaker spotlight from last year's Corporate Learning Week Silicon Valley, we spoke with Brandon Carson about his top priorities for 2018, what inspired him to write his latest book Learning in the Age of Immediacy, his advice for learning leaders working with emerging workplace disruptions and more.