3 Ways to Generate Buy-in for Workplace Learning
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3 Ways to Generate Buy-in for Workplace Learning

We know that education without motivation doesn’t amount to much, so how can we generate some excitement for learning opportunities in the workplace?

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HR Event Preview: eLearning Guild – FocusOn Learning Conference And Expo

The eLearning Guild annual FocusOn Learning Conference and Expo is North America’s only conference and expo dedicated to trending hot topics that are changing the future of learning and this year’s event is held in Austin, Texas, from June 8 to 10.

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Human Connection: Harnessing Uniqueness for Success

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...

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What Can a Finance Start-Up Teach Us About Learning?

Learning is ongoing and can occur as part of structured schooling, through personal and emotional development, or in professional training.

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Managing, mentoring and working with millennials

Two-thirds of corporate recruiters say their organization has a difficult time managing millennials and a similar number of executives give millennials low grades for work preparedness

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Ears to hear: Three levels of listening for compensation pros

…it is often through experience and “seasoning” that we become comfortable admitting we don’t have all the answers and can open ourselves to listening and learning.

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3 Awesome (and Free!) Social Media Tools to Enhance Your Training Program

Dan Steer is an expert in incorporating social media tools into his training. The man has no fewer than 12 social media accounts, and he uses them liberally to support his training programs. Dan’s philosophy for in-person training is fairly simple: Don’t do anything in the room that could be done outside the room. Why waste an hour on introductions at the beginning of your session when you can invite people to introduce themselves on...

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The Power of Self-Directed Learning

In the digital age, many young workers inherently understand self-directed learning, even if we’ve never heard the term. Who among us hasn’t used Google to solve a technical issue, or spent hours in a Wikipedia hole because we were so fascinated by the minutia of the respiratory system? Learning on your own time, at your own speed, can be as enjoyable as it is rewarding. This is the principle that has made the Montessori education...

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