Stealth like invisible training and development

Invisible L&D

By guest author, Dani Johnson,VP, L&D Research, Bersin by Deloitte, Deloitte Consulting LLP Our jobs as L&D professionals was easier 10 years ago. Information flowed from the top of the organization to the bottom. Managers and facilitators had the most information, which they then imparted to employees like benevolent overlords. But that is no longer…

How Perspective Shapes Workplace Learning by Tom Spiglanin PhD via Expertus Learning in the Cloud blog

How Perspective Shapes Workplace Learning

By guest author, Tom Spiglanin Ph.D., learning practitioner, advocate and blogger Look in the mirror. What do you see? Most of us instinctively say, “me.” However, that answer isn’t accurate. We’re actually looking at a reverse version of the image others see. Our experience with mirrors skews our visual perception of ourselves. In fact, we’re so conditioned to looking…

Performance Improvement: Learning By The Numbers

By guest experts, Ajay Pangarkar, CTDP, CPA, CMA, and Teresa Kirkwood, CTDP “How can we do better?” It’s a simple but fundamental business question. Ultimately, every organization’s survival depends on how well its leaders respond to that question. But the answer can be tricky. Defining Our Terms First, let’s look at what we mean when we say “doing better”…

Meercat onboarding program in social learning environment

Onboarding: It Takes a Learning Village

By guest expert, Nancy Rubin, Ph.D. Welcome To The Hood You just hired a promising new employee. She starts next Monday. Is your organization prepared for the challenge? You have a folder of HR documentation to pass along. You’ve invited department employees to drop by for a “meet-and-greet” coffee break that morning. You’re all set,…

Enterprise learning requires deep sea diving like effort

Enterprise Learning: Easy as Breathing?

An Effortless Experience Requires Deep Effort By Tom Bronikowski, Director of Strategic Accounts, Expertus Workplace learning. It’s actually a lot like breathing. Both are vital for us to develop and grow. Both occur continuously. And like oxygen, the elements of learning are everywhere around us in our environment. But there is also a stark difference…