When facilitating ATD’s Designing Learning Certificate program, people always ask me “how can I make the learning stick? ”. Read this article by one of ATD’s facilitators himself, Bahaa Hussein on his most effective design tips.
Employers want new hires to swim, not just tread water, as soon as they dive in. How long do new hires have to prove their performance? They must impress their boss in the first 90 days. Here are some reasons for creating a personalized career road map during the first 90 days on the job.
Credit and Blame at Work: How Better Assessment Can Improve Individual, Team and Organisational Success
Credit and blame are at the very heart of organisational psychology, and help determine whether individuals learn and grow in their careers or derail; whether teams take an open minded approach to the challenges they face or succumb to the temptation to scapegoat and blame, and whether entire organisations have cultures of trust and problem solving or instead waste time and effort on dysfunctional finger pointing.
It’s no secret that increasing skill gaps is one of the most daunting trends facing organizations today. Research shows that the more competent people become, the more engaged and satisfied they become, which leads to retention. And when individuals close their own skill gaps, the organization’s skill gaps will also close.
Training and development professionals are often told to stop being order takers. Here are 10 useful tips to help you find the real solution to a performance problem, so you don’t create training programs that aren’t needed over and over again.