Team leadership works best when it is informal and natural, and leaders can develop the requisite skills on the job with practice.
Simple changes to learning modes and activity types can provide practical, meaningful learning experiences that encourage action and lighten the cognitive load.
Many trainers have learned how to teach on the job, through trial and error. Fortunately, there is a depth of knowledge about how adults learn and how to facilitate their learning.
AT&T* and Deloitte signed an agreement to bring 5G network connectivity and edge computing services to Deloitte University to help it transform the future of digital corporate learning and workplace collaboration.
Who hasn’t experienced boring training, especially annual mandatory training? You can transform training from a snooze-fest into a meaningful learning experience. Experiential education involves learners in ways that are effective and interesting.
YO announced the launch of the YOL Mindful Leadership Cohort program, designed for executive and emerging leaders seeking a competitive edge. The offering extends YOL's learning programs designed to increase compassion, performance and productivity.
Immersive and experiential training methods are successful because they involve all of the senses and provoke a visceral response. The experience enables learners to assimilate new information quickly and retain it much longer.
Although traditional training methods will always have their place in employee learning, some things can’t be taught using simple knowledge transfer techniques. Soft skills do require knowledge, but they are really more about action.