Let’s address the elephant in the room – in the business world today, Learning and Development (L&D) teams can’t just focus on creating cool learning programs. Our role within the workplace … Read more
Coaching and Mentoring Two Different Approaches Coaching and mentoring are two valuable tools for professional development that can help us unlock our full potential and achieve success. Yet, when I … Read more
Imagine moderating a workshop, and instead of the typical humdrum routine, the participants display an energetic buzz of collaboration. Groups are huddled together, exchanging ideas, and learning from each other’s … Read more
It’s time to look ahead and prepare for a nice shiny new year! It may seem as though I’m behind, it is February already. However, if you really think about … Read more
How do we conduct a skills gap analysis for the future of work, when we aren’t sure what the future of work is? It’s a conundrum, isn’t it? In a … Read more
When it comes to developing a learning program that is not only compelling and engaging but is highly accurate and relevant, successfully working with subject matter experts (SME) can be tricky. The tactics you use to build and preserve your relationship with the SME can mean the difference between elegant content simplicity or your learning initiative crashing into a ball of flames.
Use these 6 Tactics to build a preserve yuor relationship with your subject matter experts.
Ever realize that you don’t know how much you crave something until it’s taken away? I think that was all of us who regularly attend in-person events and conferences. While … Read more
Trying to define curiosity is like trying to define the color blue. Depending on your perspective, mindset, and motivations – curiosity could mean being open to more information or inclined … Read more