In a nutshell, mentoring is learning from the experience of others. Randy Emelo shares how organizations are modernizing their approach to mentoring and the results they are getting.
Published by TD, September 2015
In this eBook, we explain why we have to give people a way to collaborate with one another that is personalized, relevant, and timely—while also being cost-effective for the organization.
In this new guide from River, we share the startling facts of how quickly people forget what they learned in training, along with a new learning paradigm model to help you envision what continuous learning could look like in your organization.
Based on his work with numerous Fortune 500 companies, Randy Emelo shares three tips for using mentoring for organizational productivity.
Published in the Human Capital Blog from ATD, June 2015
Randy Emelo talks about viewing experts along a learning continuum to help build the pool of potential mentors available in an organization.
Published in the Human Capital Blog from ATD, May 2015
Politics can be an ugly business. The infighting, the backstabbing, the name calling—sounds a lot like middle school, frankly.
In an episode of the wonderful political drama of the late 1990s and early 2000s, The West Wing, a character says there are two things you never want the public to see you make: laws and sausages. I'm paraphrasing from memory, but the point was...