The Business of Learning, the Training Industry podcast, features interviews with experts on topics that help training professionals more effectively manage the business of learning.
Episode 16: Best Practices for Internal Coaching Programs
Many companies bring in external coaching consultants, but internal coaching programs are a great way to introduce coaching to an organization’s culture and to support the practice within a company. Matt Becker, coaching and mentoring manager at CareSource, shares his experience and tips.
Special Episode: The Four Moments of Truth
In this episode of “The Business of Learning,” Dr. Sam Shriver, executive vice president of The Center for Leadership Studies, and Doug Harward, founder and CEO of Training Industry, discuss a new model for sustaining the impact of leadership training: the Four Moments of Truth.
Episode 15: Developing a Request for Proposals for Training Outsourcing Engagements
In this episode of “The Business of Learning,” Doug Harward, founder and CEO of Training Industry, discusses how to approach decisions about when to outsource and how to manage and develop requests for proposals (RFPs) for training products and services.
Episode 14: Merging Training Functions after an M&A
In the opener to season 2 of “The Business of Learning,” we talk to Scott Farley, group director of talent management at Komatsu, and Dave Fogleman, chief learning officer at SkillPath, about the process of managing change and merging training functions after an acquisition.
Episode 13: Training Industry Trends and Predictions
In the season 1 finale of “The Business of Learning,” we talk to industry leaders about training market trends in 2018 and predictions for 2019.
Episode 12: Developing a Learning Ecosystem for the Technical Workforce
Vidya Krishnan, global chief learning officer at Ericsson, shares her thoughts on training technical employees, the “soft skills versus technical skills” debate, and the need for continuous learning.
Episode 11: Distance Learning in Corporate Training
For National Distance Learning Week, Ken Conn (past president and chairman of the board, U.S. Distance Learning Association) and Melissa Loble (senior vice president of professional services and partnerships, Instructure) share their thoughts on distance learning, what the future of online training looks like, and what corporate L&D leaders can learn from K-12 and university education.
Episode 10: What Do Learners Want?
Episode Nine: The Executive Perspective on L&D
Episode #8: Working and Training in the Age of Automation
Larry Boyer, consultant, speaker and author of the new book “The Robot in the Next Cubicle: What You Need to Know to Adapt and Succeed in the Automation Age,” shares his thoughts on how automation and artificial intelligence are impacting work and training and tells us why he calls himself an optimistic realist.
Episode #7, Sales Enablement: Where Training Meets Strategy
Four experts share tips, tricks and insights on developing an effective sales enablement strategy that includes training.
Episode #6: The Learner Experience
Sam Herring and Dr. Tom Tonkin define the learner experience and share tips for creating a good one.
Episode #5: Creating an Engaged, Connected Organization
Michael Lee Stallard and Jay Morris share insights on employee wellness, satisfaction and engagement.
Episode #4: International Coaching Week
Just in time for International Coaching Week, we speak to a panel of experts about communication, feedback, technology and coaching.
Episode #3: Preconceptions of 70-20-10
Tom Whelan, Ph.D., director of corporate research, shares insights from a research report on revising the 70-20-10 model for the 21st-century learning organization.
Episode #2, The Gender Gap in Leadership Training: How Learning and Development Can Help Break the Glass Ceiling
Joanna Barsh, director emerita and senior advisor for McKinsey & Company, co-chair of the International Council on Women’s Business Leadership’s Leadership Working Group and president of the Centered Leadership Project, shares her model of leadership development, tips for L&D to support gender-balanced leadership, myths about women’s leadership development, and her own female leader heroes.
Episode #1: Training Manager Competency Model
Amy DuVernet, Ph.D., CPTM, director of training manager development, discusses the Training Manager Competency Model™, shares some of the competencies and provides tips for training managers to develop their skills.
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