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The Essential Transition of L&D into Business Partners
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...
7 Ways for L&D to Look Ahead to 2023
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...
Curiosity as a Business Practice
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...
2018 The Year of Discovery
Okay, I know I'm late, but I'm Declaring 2018 "The Year of Discovery"! In my defense, I've been traveling - a lot. My Swarm app tells me I've been to...
Instructional Design is Not Dead!
Despite rumors to the contrary, Instructional Design is not dead. You may have noticed the many articles and blog posts stating that instructional design is dead, and by extension, so...
All This Talk About Reading
All this talk about reading got me to thinking... It's been a good month. We've been running our book giveaway extravaganza all through January. The result of this, in case...
Workplace Learning: One World, Not Two
Been buried under a stack of PowerPoint slides? Stuck in meetings? Conducting a training session? Then you missed it. Jane Hart recently posted an OpEd, called, "The L&D World is...
Are You Ready? Your ATD ICE Conference Bag!
After Mark Sheppard's guest blog from last week discussing the use of the back channel as a way to attend the ICE conference virtually - it got me thinking about...
Simplicity in Learning
There is beauty in simplicity. Simplicity speaks to us, captures our emotions, tells a story and in some cases propels us to act. L&D people, God love 'em, are the...