The Business of Learning is produced by the team at TrainingIndustry.com, and focuses on the intersection of business performance and human capital development. Our guests are experts and innovators in organizational learning and development, and we highlight original research on trends and best practices in corporate training.
The Business of Learning, Episode 73: The State of DEI Training in 2024
In this episode of The Business of Learning, we spoke with Deanna Singh, author and co-founder of Uplifting Impact, a training and education workplace inclusion firm, to learn more about the state of DEI training in 2024 as well as tips for developing and delivering effective DEI programs.
The Business of Learning, Episode 72: What’s Next in Learning Tech? Exploring Learning Technology Trends and Innovations
Listen to the first episode of the seventh season of The Business of Learning podcast for expert insights on learning tech trends and innovations in 2024 (and beyond).
The Business of Learning, Episode 71: Learning Reinforcement — Delivering Training That ”Sticks”
Without reinforcement, even the best training programs will fail to drive sustained behavior change. Delivering “sticky” learning programs that encourage learning retention over time is key to realizing the business benefits of training and development.
To learn more about learning reinforcement strategies and best practices, we spoke with Elena Agaragimova, a talent development specialist, author and podcaster, and Rachel Walerstein, CPTM, senior manager of learning and talent development for the AIDS Foundation of Chicago, in the latest episode of The Business of Learning.
The Business of Learning, Episode 70: Harnessing the Power of Competency Modeling
Competency modeling offers learning and development (L&D) professionals a data-driven approach to understanding employee skills and abilities, and their alignment with job roles and functions. However, building impactful competency models can be complex, particularly in large, geographically dispersed organizations. This episode of The Business of Learning offers expert advice that can help you begin building custom competency models for your organization.
The Business of Learning, Episode 69: Building a Digitally Fluent Workforce
In this episode of The Business of Learning, we spoke with Shauna Begley, founder of ModernWork and current program head of the business information technology management program at the Business Columbia Institute of Technology, and George Hanshaw, director of digital learning solutions at Los Angeles Pacific University, to learn more about building a digitally fluent workforce.
The Business of Learning, Episode 68: Skills Mapping — Your Business’s GPS for Future Readiness
With business needs constantly shifting alongside market disruptions, it’s imperative that organizations map the skills their employees need to not only thrive in today’s business environment, but also in tomorrow’s. To learn more about skills mapping, we spoke with Rose Cartolari, founder and CEO of RC Consulting, and Lisa Paulson, L&D manager at NESNAH Ventures.
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