Jane Hart's blog on modernising workplace learning. The 37 Best Websites to Learn Something New. Forget overpriced schools, long days in a crowded classroom, and pitifully poor results.
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Udemy — Learn real world skills online. Careergro Blog. Employee-driven innovation and workplace learning: Exploring present realities, future possibilities and enduring challenges - LLinE. Employee-driven innovation and workplace learning: Exploring present realities, future possibilities and enduring challenges Innovation as EU-mantra Innovation is the new mantra of EU policies and organizational mission statement.
Just as "skills-deficit" discourses dominated policies for more than a decade and demanded lifelong learning solutions, the narratives of innovation are now being increasingly linked to a new set of challenges for reformulated versions of lifelong learning to meet. This is problematic in a number of ways. Both innovation and employees’ workplace learning are EU policy priorities, but little is known about how employees contribute to innovation.
Back to top The role of research Research plays an important role in injecting an appreciation of the realities of workplaces and organizational dynamics into this arena. Employee-driven innovation The contributors to this issue come to an appreciation of the under-realised potential of EDI from very different backgrounds. Skills You Need - Helping You Develop Life Skills. Business management skills, tips, training & games. Curatr. This blog post first appeared as an article for the British Institute for Learning & Development’s Connect Magazine in Q4 this year.
I strongly urge you to check out the BILD and be on the look-out for this years conference! Epic win is a phrase you might not have heard before, but it’s popular in the gaming world. Jane McGonigal, speaking at the world famous TED conference in 2010, defined an Epic Win as an outcome that is so extraordinarily positive that you had no idea it was even possible until you achieved it.
Computer games are renowned for these opportunities; it’s one of the reasons people play them. And play them they do. So what exactly is it that makes computer games so popular and engaging? Motivating Players Unlike many workplace learning programmes, games require little in the way of external motivation for the participants to play along. The same cannot be said for Learning and Development in the workplace. Games don’t tend to suffer from this problem.
LeadChange. LeadChange workshops inaward-winning leadershipprogramme (Informatology 2011 Peer awards for excellence - Exceptional Learning and Development) Introduction This award-winning leadership programme was developed for a multinational FTSE 250 company with operational business units throughout Europe, Africa and Asia.
The company has a commitment to developing local talent; their corporate HQ commissioned the programme to develop leaders across the business and help cement the culture of the company in its satellites. The programme, which is ongoing, has already been delivered to more than 300 delegates. The programme Delegates complete 360-degree feedback prior to the workshops, and are provided with a pre-workshop pack which outlines the programme and provides a framework to: Workshops are rolled out across the geographical areas in which the business operates, with modules delivered over four days.
During the four workshop days delegates receive 1:1 coaching on work-related issues. Webinar training resources for soft skills, business English and employability training. Webinars generally fall into two categories: selling you a product/service or a type of workshop with lots of participants texting and messaging each other and turning into an interactive discussion or debate.
Whilst these have their value, our webinars focus on professional development training, such as you would expect from a face-to-face session. So they're run with small groups of no more than 15, facilitated by an expert with pre-and post-webinar tasks and coaching as well as materials. Some of our webinars can even earn you Masters credits. Business Culture to Drive PerformanceCorporate Culture Pros.
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