In a fast-changing business world, there’s no such thing as certainty. Are you equipping your leaders with the skills they need to outmaneuver competitors as the digital revolution intensifies?
Having an ego isn’t the problem. The challenge is that the ego’s leading role is to generate drama – unproductive behavior that keeps business leaders and their teams from delivering the highest level of results.
Adaptive learning focuses on the knowledge and skills that employees do not possess or are less confident in. Its “teaching-by-asking” approach probes what people already know and uncovers and fixes knowledge and skill gaps as well as misconceptions.
I consider the CPTM to be the most effective preparation for becoming a chief learning officer, thanks to knowledge, skills and abilities I have obtained to run training programs.
Training is giving information and knowledge to someone verbally. Learning, on the other hand, is absorbing information – engaging with it in a way that increases skills and abilities and then using that information in a variety of contexts.
I recently returned from a group tour of northern Italy. Below are five principles that facilitated our group bonding and learning and their relevance to corporate training.