By Tim Hildreth
I love summer. And this year, it seems we’re having a near perfect one here in New England. During the summer, life just seems to be a little more relaxed: the kids are out of school, people are on vacation, and even work seems to slow a little with the heat.Read more
By Shawn Hunter
Ideas are abundant, but evidently sharing those ideas is pretty scarce in professional environments. Towers Perrin global engagement study reveals sadly only 21% of us would self-describe ourselves as “engaged” in our work. All in and loving it – excited working with our colleagues, dedicated and passionate about the projects we engage in, propelled by a belief that we are actively making a difference, and recognized and rewarded intellectually and emotionally by our efforts.Read more
We are pleased to bring you the second in our series of guest blog posts written by the winners of our 2010 Innovations in Learning Awards. We recognized these customers in an award ceremony on May 19, 2010 at our Perspectives conference. Read more
By Kieran King
We are pleased to bring you a guest blog post today from Kieran King, our Global Director of Loyalty Strategy.
I am frequently asked why SkillSoft’s clients are so loyal. For those who may not be aware, SkillSoft has been ranked #1 in customer loyalty by the world’s largest custom research company, TNS, for three consecutive years. Read more
recently interviewed Nick
Kugenthiran, CEO of Fuji Xerox Australia, who shared with me an important leadership
skills training lesson about building a shared vision.
By John Ambrose
“We-Learning” is a concept coined by Bersin Associates toRead more
describe the next evolution of enterprise learning which incorporates social as
a key component. And with good
reason. If you’re not actively
thinking about how “social” fits into your learning framework, you are falling
behind your competitor.
By Shawn Hunter
“Don’t be put off by people who know what is not possible. Do what needs to be done, and check to see if it was impossible only after you are done.” – Paul Hawken
I learned a powerful lesson recently in an interview with a Leadership Development Channel client, Lincoln Crawley, Managing Director of Manpower for Australia.Read more