Close the Gap: Mapping Content to Skills Development

As we move forward into the future of work, we are presented with demand for a wide variety of skills, including disruptive technical skills, specialized industry skills, core business skills and soft skills. And with the half-life of skills currently estimated to be only four to five years (and a mere two and a half […]


2022 Breakfast Club: The Key to Enterprise Agility: A Culture of Learning

Agile companies can react faster, adapt more rapidly to meet the evolving demands of the business landscape and leverage new ideas for a competitive edge, resulting in increased innovation. A recent Deloitte study found that companies with a continuous learning culture are more than 46 percent more likely to be first to market, 36 percent […]

2022 Breakfast Club: Spark Your Learners’ Creativity

Initially, the pandemic forced many organizations and their teams into survival mode. As time passed, however, many organizations got more creative with their solutions, products and offerings. Looking forward, what is the learning leader's role in helping to unleash people's creativity, and how can we create psychologically safe spaces where people feel safe to experiment […]

A Marathon, Not a Sprint: Examining the DEI Journey

Over the past several years, particularly in North America, there has been a more widespread awakening to the many inequities and inequalities present in all areas of society, including our workplaces. In 2020, many organizations pledged a stronger commitment to DEI efforts and establishing an inclusive workplace culture. But these aren’t simple endeavors, and there […]


Owning the Leadership Role: Learning Leaders’ Expanding Skillsets

The upheaval and challenges of the pandemic, the move to hybrid work and the push for big upskilling and internal mobility initiatives have finally given L&D leaders the seat at the table they’ve long been seeking. They are being tasked with larger, more complicated strategic challenges, and this requires them to develop their own personal […]


Building Great Leaders: The Manager’s Role in Employee Engagement

Your organization is only as strong as its weakest manager. The manager is the driving force behind employees’ personal and professional development, the fearless leader of hybrid/remote teams and everything in between. But perhaps most importantly, managers have a huge impact on employee engagement, and ultimately can be the major factor in an employee’s decision […]


Journey to the Metaverse

The metaverse means a lot of different things to a lot of different people. Some say it’s the blending of the digital and the real worlds, or the augmentation of experience with a digital layer. For learning, it can allow people to practice (even tasks or roles that are rare, dangerous or expensive) in collaborative […]


Mobilizing Talent for the Future

Investing in internal talent mobility has been a growing trend, and the benefits are numerous: Efforts in this area can help organizations attract and retain talent, develop more diverse pipelines, fill open roles and bridge critical skill gaps amid the labor shortage. Autonomous career paths or “tracks,” career and leadership development opportunities and growth initiatives, […]


Brick by Brick: Building a Coachability Culture

Organizational investment in coaching has grown substantially in recent years, with good reason: Businesses need managers who can lead teams through change, stress and economic upheaval. And executive coaching can prepare leaders and leadership teams for transition and growth and help them level up their management skills. However, a growing body of research indicates that […]


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