How each person’s unique characteristics, values, and vulnerabilities can be harnessed for success Next week I’ll be going to the Association for Talent Development’s 2016 International Conference & Exposition. The conference is designed to give attendees knowledge, strategies, and solutions to effectively attract, develop, and retain top talent. One of the speakers I’m most excited about is Brene Brown, a research professor...
Among many substantial lessons, the value of serving the learner on an individualized level may have been my greatest take-away from SXSW.
Learning is ongoing and can occur as part of structured schooling, through personal and emotional development, or in professional training.
Workplaces everywhere are in a powerful position to cultivate understanding and healing for healthier people and more productivity at large.
Improv nurtures humility by teaching participants to be vulnerable. Improv encourages leaders to rethink their behaviour and be intentional going forward by creating discomfort and reflection. Improv cultivates willpower by providing an experience that is so much sheer fun that you want to repeat it.