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By the year 2014, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts that 47% of the population will be comprised of Millennials-Digital Natives (born after 1980) who were raised playing video games and surfing the Internet to get information. What does this mean for corporate learning? How are they...
“Better Ideas Through Failure,” is the title of an article in a recent Wall Street Journal. Those of us in human resources have known for years that people can learn from mistakes and that innovation comes from taking risks and making mistakes. Yet when someone does make a mistake...
Below is a post I was going to post a few weeks back and didn’t. I don’t know why. Now that The King’s Speech won the Academy Award for best picture I’ve decided to resurrect it. I’ve reread it and like it. Peggy Noonan in her article, The Captain and The...
Performance reviews are getting a poor review from the very people who run them. According to a survey by Sibson Consulting and WorldatWork, "58% of human resources executives graded their own performance-management systems a C or below." Three of the reasons given caught my...
“If you want to be incrementally better: Be competitive. If you want to be exponentially better: Be Cooperative.” ...
The debate as to whether or not there will be a talent shortage rages on. In my opinion, it’s inevitable and it will be huge. Many companies have their heads in the sand and don’t or won’t see the ball rolling toward them. Let’s take a closer look by separating...
There’s a lot written about what makes a good executive coach but I haven’t seen very much about what makes someone a good candidate for coaching. So, here, in my opinion, are the six characteristics of an ideal candidate. Introspective First, they must have the ability to take a...
“Success is neither magical nor mysterious. Success is the natural consequence of consistently applying the basic fundamentals.” - Jim Rohn Josh Bersin’s blog post, How People Learn: It Really Hasn’t Changed, talks about how L&D professionals...
The words management and leadership are often used interchangeable, which makes me crazy. For starters, they aren’t. They are similar, yet different and it’s important to understand the difference for 3 reasons: 1. To clarify roles and responsibilities Knowing and understanding the...
“There are going to be times when we can’t wait for somebody. Now, you’re either on the bus or off the bus.” – from The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test by Tom Wolfe The morning the news broke about the “rift” between General McChrystal and President Obama,...