Is hope the driving competence that energises everything else? Or, when we lose hope for improvement in the future do we then unconsciously put aside this opportunity? I run into this question during executive workshops where I notice that some participants indicate towards the end that they think it’s great, but nothing is going toContinue reading “Hope as the leadership competence for a growth culture“
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Are digital skills overrated to thrive in the future?
The debate surrounding the digital skills gap has accelerated in recent years. However, depending on how the digital divide is perceived and which drivers are leading the debate, our focus might take a different direction. Only when we understand this and speak the same language we can propose solutions. And, those might have nothing toContinue reading “Are digital skills overrated to thrive in the future?”
Which Learning Dogma do you worship?
As Learning Consultants we need to understand why our customers want to implement new or innovative learning approaches. In most cases cost reduction is still the number one, and sometimes only reason. However well implemented new learning approaches taking advantage of modern technology and proven teaching styles, lead to increased student performance thereby producing lessContinue reading “Which Learning Dogma do you worship?”
Why social learning amplifies lean learning
Organizations are always looking for ways to cut costs and improve their bottom line. Learning and development is one of the departments taking a large chunk of the resources and therefore under constant pressure to find more cost effective ways.