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3 Ways Learning Can Affect Behavioral Change

It’s time to change the way learning leaders work. Focus on strategy, performance and the employee experience, and business success will follow.

If learning leaders are taking orders, they’re doing it all wrong.

Why You Should Encourage Leaders to Play Games

Some say it’s never a good thing when leaders play games. But when development is the goal, gamification has its perks.

Experiential learning incorporating games using realistic work situations for leadership development produce immediate results.

Choose Your Words Carefully

If senior executives aren’t asking learning leaders for business metrics, it’s probably not because they’re disinterested. They may have lost faith in the CLO’s ability to provide them.

By rephrasing and swapping terminology, learning leaders can better convey their successes and connect with their business counterparts in a more meaningful way.

Corporate Learning’s Transformation in the Digital Age

Corporate universities are not what they used to be, and that’s a good thing. These academies are experiencing a digital transformation that connects learners firmly to the business and meets their expectations for developmental growth.

Now’s the time to graduate from the C-suite to the e-suite.

Great Leaders Move Fast

But they are also keen to promote quality. Speed without quality does little to improve work performance or leadership perception and effectiveness.

Here are three proven pathways to increase speed without losing sight of quality.

Should You Still Run Learning Like a Business?

The short answer is absolutely. If you’re not doing so already, make a plan, evaluate needed resources, and execute that plan with discipline.

Learning organizations could have an even greater impact on their organizations if they worked smarter.