Coming off an extremely fruitful three days of Florida sunsets, networking and learning at this year’s Spring CLO Symposium, here are the top five stories on CLOmedia.com for the week of April 4.
- Why Learning Leaders Should Trust but Verify: Learning leaders need data if they plan to develop, engage and change behavior with learning offerings. Do you know how to conduct a comprehensive learning analysis?
- Virtual Reality Could Change Everything: Change is good, especially when virtual reality can boost engagement, enhance performance and connect people to an organization’s mission.
- The Partnership Between Learning and Recruitment: With 5.5 million unfilled jobs, there is a clear opportunity for chief learning officers to create an integrated talent strategy.
- Developing Mentors Among Leaders: Programs like UNC Executive Development are helping organizations prepare for the future by turning executives into effective mentors.
- Leaders, Build Your Success on Trust: Successful leadership is not as complicated as it’s made out to be.
On Another Note …
Read the New York Times Magazine feature on “Hamilton” producer Jeffrey Sellers.
In a 2009 lecture republished in The American Scholar, essayist and critic William Deresiewicz says if you want others to follow you, get comfortable with being alone with your thoughts.
… and Fast Company explores the effect of referrals on the promotion of black employees.
Bravetta Hassell is a Chief Learning Officer associate editor. To comment, email firstname.lastname@example.org.Filed under: Learning DeliveryTagged with: recap