Lessons from the virtual classroom

READ THE FULL GRAPHIC VERSION   The disruption caused by Covid-19 spurred organizations around the world to seize the opportunity to innovate in their learning and development. They were forced to ask: “Should we convert our learning programmes to virtual? Should we delay delivery until it is safe to go back to the classroom, or … Read more

Leaders should make daring changes in how we work

READ THE FULL GRAPHIC VERSION Embrace this moment of change In March 2020 most developed economies began a global experiment in homeworking, at an unprecedented scale and at lightning speed. Within just a few days, millions of workers found themselves compelled to work at home, with an expectation that they would maintain their productivity without … Read more

Executive education fit for digital disruption

READ THE FULL GRAPHIC VERSION Innovation is essential if leadership development is to keep pace with the needs of business Never has it been more important for leaders to be learners. The challenges presented by today’s fast-moving environment mean that organizations must have agile leaders at all levels, or they face significant strategic and operational … Read more

Getting 70/20/10 right

READ THE FULL GRAPHIC VERSION It’s one of the most misused concepts in learning and development. Byron Hanson makes the case for a rethink The ‘70/20/10’ concept is one of the most common concepts in employee development – and one of the most widely misunderstood. It captures the idea that effective workplace development includes different … Read more

Human development: a robot’s view

READ THE FULL GRAPHIC VERSION Sophia the Robot – and her creator, David Hanson – brought eye-opening insights to Duke Corporate Education’s Davos of Human Capital event. Stuart Griesbach reports  “Eye contact is necessary for human bonding. I can do that 24 hours a day, seven days a week because I don’t need any sleep.” … Read more

Why learning is worth the investment

Employees will quit if you don’t develop them, writes Heather MacNeill [button type=”large” color=”black” rounded=”1″ link=”https://issuu.com/revistabibliodiversidad/docs/digital_book_for_issuu/82″]READ THE FULL GRAPHIC VERSION[/button] When weighing the costs of running an organization and keeping employees happy, sometimes the c-suite has to make tough decisions. Decisions include investing in technologies for standard operations, funding various company culture projects and, of … Read more

Too hot, too cold, just right

Temperatures in the office influence work performance, learns Kirsten Levermore “It’s so hot in here, I’m falling asleep!” “I can barely type I’m so cold.” “Can someone open a window?” The battle over the office temperature rages the world over. But colleagues are not simply whining – their bodies are actually telling them they are … Read more

How to make the most of a long weekend

Former neuroscientist and successful entrepreneur Keiron Sparrowhawk shares six tips for improving cognitive fitness and getting the rest you need over the long weekend Long weekends – what do you do with them? Many of us struggle with switching off from work at weekends, or treading that line between preparing for the next week and … Read more