Learning leaders are ideally suited to promote corporate sustainability efforts that will cement long-term viability and prepare companies to succeed in a rapidly changing world.
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The high level of employee satisfaction at CEI is attributed, in part, to the companyâ€™s focus on developing and retaining talented people.
Content, audience, environment and available technology each play a role in how learning is delivered.
In a six-week program designed to enhance the capabilities possessed by many veterans, the trainees will be exposed to the employment possibilities of the AV industry and will receive preparation for the CTS certification exam.
I vividly remember the meeting. It was back in the late 1980s. My fellow instructional team members and I were sitting in a conference room after a long day in the classrooms of our local training center, listening to our sales manager give us tips on how
“A carefully designed career development program can assist organizations in building and maintaining an agile workforce.” OK, I’ll grant you that it’s never going to replace “Damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead” as a slogan, and as a conversation starter…
Corporate universities were first created in the late 1980s as an enhancement to traditional training departments.
The increasing presence on executive staffs of a chief leaning officer or someone with a similar title represents the emerging recognition that an organization's talent is a strategic asset- an essential element in achieving organizational goals.
For the CLO, there's learning, and then there's business. Without the business element, learning efforts can produce little return, something PricewaterhouseCoopers CLO Tom Evans understands. Blending newer, more experienced managers with a real-world lea
Finance departments have generally accepted accounting principles. Manufacturing departments have ISO 9000 designations. But when it comes to sales departments, many aren't expected to comply with such formal processes. As sales training evolves, will for