In our world of exponential technological change, salespeople need stronger communication skills to connect with buyers in increasingly shorter time frames. Most likely, that interaction will be virtual rather than face to face.
Our stories about meaningful leaders we've known are different (of course), but they are usually grounded in several central themes.
The future of work is already here, and it looks like this: 60- to 70-year careers, jobs that weren’t around 10 years ago, and a decreasing half-life of skills.
When it comes to technology, the pace of change is only accelerating. The new normal is compelling: New technologies continue to reach more and more people in less and less time.
Adjusting our paradigm is going to be critical in order to meet the needs of our employees.
These seven principles can be used by a learning leader to take their organization into the next era of enterprise learning.
The evolution of technology directly impacts the way we connect, communicate, collaborate and learn.
Much has been written about the values and advantages of adaptive learning and testing. Both use computer-aided technology to allocate and deliver content based on learners’ needs.