By Richard Hensler
“Nothing is more expensive than a missed opportunity.” – H. Jackson Brown Jr.
By Caryn Baker
“I haven’t seen this much disruption in corporate learning since I started as an analyst back in the early 2000s. The L&D profession and function has fallen behind, and it’s time for L&D to focus on digital transformation, learning experience design, and open peer to peer learning like never before.Read more
By Tara O’Sullivan
I remember watching Amy Cuddy’s TED Talk about Power Poses, and I thought that this would make it so easy for me to feel confident and in control in any meeting. Of course, that’s not the point of the TED Talk – the point is to help you feel more confident and in control when you are not feeling it, which can be often.Read more
By Mark Onisk
In 2016, audiobooks became the fastest-growing format in publishing. Smartphones, tablets, smart-speakers and Bluetooth technologies have made audio content so ubiquitous, that we are now ravenously consuming audio content from music services to podcasts with tremendous rapidity.Read more
By Mark Onisk
In a HBR piece, John Coleman says, “Reading is an essential component of leadership development. I’ve argued the benefits of reading extensively at HBR – broad and deep reading habits can sharpen intelligence, make you a better communicator, and improve emotional intelligence, among other benefits.”
He then goes on to elaborate the many reasons why he is such a big proponent of workplace book clubs, including what is probably my favorite reason, and that is how through group discussion we can gain a more diverse perspective.Read more
By Norman Ford
What happens when compliance is integrated into your business systems rather than operating as a separate entity whose sole purpose is to ensure adherence to obligatory government regulations?
Lots, but three outcomes in particular stand out.Read more
By Bill Donoghue
Women are simply and unequivocally underrepresented at the top.
There are only 32 female CEO amongst the Fortune 500 companies, and only 1,835 of the 9,976 executives currently employed at Fortune 1000 companies are women.Read more