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The Learning & Development podcast is hosted by our Chief Learning Officer David James. Featuring L&D leaders from across the globe, each conversation focuses on hot topics in the profession. David James: Welcome to The Learning & Development Podcast.

Knowledge-at-work: Conversation & knowledge

Knowledge-at-work

Knowledge-at-work Personal thoughts about learning, community and social affordances for knowledge creation « Wikis, wellness and knowledge | Main | Collaborative tagging » April 09, 2006 Conversation & knowledge In a world of information and knowledge, the key process for business is conversation. Conversations enable experience sharing via story, metaphor and analogy, - key steps for gaining understanding, learning, sense-making and becoming aware.

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Knowledge-at-work: 05 Retrospect

Knowledge-at-work

Knowledge-at-work Personal thoughts about learning, community and social affordances for knowledge creation « CoP2.0 - January 2006 | Main | Structured Settlements3.0 ? » January 01, 2006 05 Retrospect A year where KM lay in limbo - poised on a knife-edge, will KM rise with the web2.0 tide or be relegated to the dead fad bucket? KM bloggers kept the meme alive while new books, conferences and articles wained. and the library2.0

The Top 8 Free and Open Source Time Clock Software Systems

Capterra

The acronym was popularized by Robert Heinlein’s 1966 science fiction novel, The Moon is a Harsh Mistress , which is about a lunar revolution. To the inhabitants of the penal colony on the moon, not even the air they breathe is free. Resources are so scarce, and the economic controls of the Earth’s government so stringent, that they must pay for everything, including each breath they take. That “ free sample ” at the grocery store?

Three Things to Consider When Moving Brick & Mortar Assessment Centers Online

Pinsight

As the popularity of virtual assessment centers increases, more and more organizations and consultancies are moving their brick and mortar assessment centers online. But the transition is not as simple as one might think. Here are the three biggest considerations. The main reasons for this digital transformation of the assessment center practice are enhanced efficiency, lower cost, and better representation of today’s jobs. What’s the business case?

Three Things to Consider When Moving Brick & Mortar Assessment Centers Online

Pinsight

As the popularity of virtual assessment centers increases, more and more organizations and consultancies are moving their brick and mortar assessment centers online. But the transition is not as simple as one might think. Here are the three biggest considerations. The main reasons for this digital transformation of the assessment center practice are enhanced efficiency, lower cost, and better representation of today’s jobs. What’s the business case?

Three Things to Consider When Moving Brick & Mortar Assessment Centers Online

Pinsight

With the global pandemic of COVID-19, several changes are being made among organizations faster than preferred. Working solely through an online virtual platform brings many challenges with it such as configuring remote work, technology, team dynamics, communication, etc.

Corali Lopez-Castro of Kozyak Tropin & Throckmorton: “Retail has been in a tailspin for some time”

Thrive Global

“Retail has been in a tailspin for some time. The pandemic was the death knell for many retailers who were barely hanging on. One bright spot was the Spanish retailer, ZARA. Before the pandemic, ZARA’s online platform was edgy and creative.

#AmericansInLondon A Collaborative Look at HR Learning in London

HR Ringleader

One of those times when I didn’t even realize how long it’s been since I’d eaten and I’m thinking, “Holy Crap, I’m so hungry, I’m dying here”. Come to find out I wasn’t really hungry for food, I was hungry for learning. All leaving very little time to feed my learning needs. I was REALLY, REALLY hungry when I saw Bill Boorman’s Facebook post at the end of February about how the fast-approaching March #trulondon was shaping up. At the front of a room.

“Learn more!” With Charlie Katz & John Gamboa

Thrive Global

The opportunity to re-imagine institutions like health care for all is more real now than when health care was discussed over the last few years. His advocacy work began in 1968 when he became involved with the anti-Vietnam War and Civil Rights movements.

5 Popular Entrepreneurial Development Programs in 2019

Career Metis

In an era where start-ups are the norm, and small businesses are budding from every corner, entrepreneurship is flourishing around the world. However, the growth of startups and small businesses is accompanied by a rise in failure rates of start-ups. The course is Ranked No.1

A Lesson For Every Child: Learning About Food Allergies

Thrive Global

With a long history as an advocate for those with food allergies, and especially children, Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino, contacted author/illustrator Sally Huss to see if she would consider doing a children’s book on the subject. About the Book. Learning was everything to Mrs. Emerson.

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Why It's Up to HR to Illuminate Company Culture

Cornerstone On Demand

But that's a sorely outdated notion, according to Denise Domian, SVP of HR at the Bon-Ton Stores. As Domian put it at Cornerstone Convergence , it's the responsibility of HR to "be the light, not the lampshade," on company culture. She demonstrated this philosophy powerfully in 2006, when The Bon-Ton Stores acquired the Northern Department Group from Saks, Inc. What is "outside the box" probably depends on the company.

An empty chair. An empty room. A quiet hallway void of students.

Thrive Global

Eight years ago, I was nominated by my School Principal to be the Campus Teacher of the Year Representative for our District. Every school year in August, we come to our campus and decorate the classrooms in anticipation of the start of another school year.

meal trains for coworkers in crisis, I have more experience than my resume indicates, and more

Ask a Manager

Meal trains for coworkers in crisis. I’m curious about your thoughts on meal trains (or other forms of support) in times of crisis — is that in a different category than regular gifts? It feels different, but it definitely has all the same problematic potential in terms of lower-level staff feeling pressured to participate and to spend money and their free time on their higher-earning bosses. Meal trains for new parents are a different category.

Find a purpose greater than yourself

Thrive Global

I would like to share with you how I discovered my passion; and how this passion has helped me become a better marketer and I believe make a difference in the lives of others. In 2006 I attended Georgetown University to pursue a business degree. I remember my management professor would start every class with the same lesson; success and happiness, he said, comes from finding a purpose that is greater and higher than yourself and making a difference in the world you live in.

5 Amazing Team Events for the Summer that Promote Teamwork and Collaboration

CultureIQ

Here are a few ways to get your people together this summer, after all, ’tis the season for picnics, summer Fridays, and baseball games! Make the clues based off of specific aspects from each department so that your employees have to collaborate and work together to find the clues. To further incentivize the event, give frugal yet practical prizes like phone chargers. (If The reason being that it helps people come together in ways they may not otherwise.

5 Reasons I’m Looking Forward to #WorkHuman

Jason Lauritsen

Next week, I am headed out to speak at and attend the WorkHuman conference in Austin, TX. While I am always excited when given the opportunity to speak, I’m really looking forward to this event for a few reasons. The session I’m doing next week is called “Making Performance Management Human-Friendly.” ” It’s inspired by the ideas in my new book. The #MeToo Panel.

Vicki and Fred Modell: “Life is not about waiting for the storm to pass… it’s about learning to dance in the rain”

Thrive Global

After he died, we made it our life’s mission to do something for the families out there going through similar disappointments and hardships. For ourselves, we learned “life is not about waiting for the storm to pass… it’s about learning to dance in the rain”.

Larry Sutton of RNR Tire Express: “Don’t take yourself too seriously”

Thrive Global

Work smart enough and delegate in order to take time for yourself and your family. A great company is built by bringing the right people on board that believe in the mission. I had the pleasure of interviewing Larry Sutton, President/Founder of RNR Tire Express.

Seven Reasons to Choose Evidence-Based Prevention Strategies

EverFi - HR

Higher education leaders have the opportunity to benefit—in a multitude of ways—from path-breaking scientific research that demonstrates the efficacy and efficiency of evidence-based prevention strategies. Axiomatically, good prevention work reduces the risk of crisis.

10 Best HRMS Softwares in 2020: For Small & Medium Enterprises

Vantage Circle

The biggest asset for an organization is its employees. Achieving better business results, for an organization, is influenced by its ability to hire the top talents and manage them effectively. The Top 10 HRMS Softwares. Delay in response time due to time difference.

Did Supervisor Discriminate Against Reservist Due to Possibility of Deployment?

HR Daily Advisor

An Army reservist claimed that he was discriminated against after informing his supervisor about the possibility of an upcoming deployment. . Despite satisfactory performance ratings in his first 3 years with the employer, after the notification, he received an unsatisfactory performance rating and disciplinary letters. at work and was denied an opportunity to participate in a training program. From 2006 to 2010, “Louis” served as a major in the U.S.

Future of Work Agenda Newsletter: May/June 2011

Future of Work

This is the May/June 2011 issue of our free monthly newsletter, Future of Work Agenda. You can also access the newsletter directly on our website, at this link. You’d think taking a couple of weeks off to join my wife in a visit with our daughter who lives and works in London, being a genuine tourist for once, and soaking up history, both in London and in Edinburgh, would mean I wouldn’t have much to report on this month. The Future of People and Organizations.

Madelyn Victoria: “Diversity is definitely a beautiful thing”

Thrive Global

I wish someone told me was that there is no set timeline to build your career- everyone has their own story, just stick to it and keep learning. As a part of our series about rising music stars, I had the distinct pleasure of interviewing Madelyn Victoria, Neo-Traditional Country Music Artist.

QAspire Blog: Practical Insights on Quality, Management.

QAspire

Home Go to QAspire.com Guest Posts Disclaimer Engagement, Leadership and Power of Storytelling Last week, I had a short conversation with one of my colleagues in HR about the all important topic of employee engagement. The stories I heard in my childhood, and the messages therein, are still afresh in my memory. Here are a few ways you can use power of storytelling: As a speaker/presenter, you can use stories to capture the imagination of audience. Show them the future.

“Lead with confidence” With Brian Natwick

Thrive Global

When we win, we simply “hand the football” to the referee” versus spiking it or doing some silly dance. As part of my series about the “Five Things You Need To Be A Highly Effective Leader During Turbulent Times”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Brian Natwick.

HR TechStack – Performance Tracking

WhoKnows

To qualify for inclusion in the Performance Management category, a product must: Facilitate the employee performance review process. The HR TechStack for Performance Tracking Tools. There is a lot of software & cloud based apps for modern workforce, at WhoKnows we have handpicked 68 most popular, widely used & recognized vendors in the market. 15Five is a fundamentally new way for businesses to unlock the potential of their entire workforce.

Be Sure to Care for Yourself While Caregiving

Thrive Global

I was in my mid-40s when I began caring for her in 2006. From that time on, she became my best friend. I would be visiting the beautiful sites of Venice or Rome and would call my mom or my sister to share the experience. I loved living in Italy but I didn’t want to leave my mom out on the adventure. I took them to a few of the places I had told them about. However, the final cell phone bill was a shocker. I needed time to repair myself.

Terron Sims II: “Maintain a positive attitude”

Thrive Global

“There are times when the greatest causes you may one day fight are not your own, but the causes of others”?—?Terron The context of this series is the physical and financial fallout that resulted from the COVID-19 pandemic. I am the son of a US Marine.

Viral Pandemics Are The New Normal

Thrive Global

Imagine if every time there was a new financial crisis, the President appointed a new Federal Reserve and granted it new fiscal powers. With no existing structure or network in place, the organization would face an overwhelming challenge. billion in 2006.

Mindset Is The Key For Success And This Entrepreneur Shows You Why

Thrive Global

A big part of business success nowadays is dependent on having the right mindset. More and more business owners realize that the right mentorship is essential for their business to succeed. He started in the world of sales, where he successfully rose to the top, but only for brief moments of time. I discovered Bob Proctor in the movie ‘The Secret’ in 2006. But these were the hardest to convince.

Brandon Stewart of Starboard Investments: “It can be very challenging to coach employees to be customer focused”

Thrive Global

The people are truly the most important part of our business. As part of my series about the “5 Things You Need To Know To Create a Successful Service Business”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Brandon Stewart. Slicing onions is just the worst.

Larry Shiller: “Our country is entrepreneurial”

Thrive Global

The only real teachers are the students themselves. I don’t think the education field has a problem attracting top talent. The problem is keeping that talent. Get rid of the bureaucracy and a one-size-fits-all approach. Why can’t we do the same with education?

Podcast: HR vs People Ops – What’s the Difference?

Pingboard

Are HR and People Ops the same thing? Here is a useful image to help you see the breakdown of the two functions. What’s the Difference between HR and People Operations? People Operations vs. HR: What’s the Difference? Ask the same question again in a quarter.