October 13 @ 9 a.m. MDT / 11 a.m. EDT
Stop putting too much emphasis on checklists and protocol, and start putting more effort into the conversations and people factors of performance development. Learn how during this free webinar. Sign up today!
Made up of communities, cohorts and pairs, this is not the blended learning you know so well. It’s a different breed, one focused on people, that today’s companies likely need. Learn more in this article from Randy Emelo.
Published by Chief Learning Officer, October 2015
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.
Most everyone knows about SMART goals: Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, and Time-bound. Chances are you have used this mnemonic acronym at some point in your career to help you focus in on a performance goal or complete a complex and multifaceted project. I myself have used it and have taught others about it.
Unfortunately, the SMART process is not one-size-fits-all.