A common sense approach to building leadership capacity in organizations. An action resource of innovative ideas and proven 21st-Century leadership practices designed to help people live a more productive, prosperous, and meaningful life. Episodes produced every week.
Episode 15-The Four Interrelated Factors Affecting Current Human Resource Challenges
Episode 15 discusses the Four Interrelated Factors affecting the current day Human Resource and Talent Challenges including: The Great Resignation, The Great Reshuffling, Quiet Quitting and Quiet Firing.
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Episode 13 Evaluation of Training and Learning: Take the Time to Do It Right!
Episode 13 contrasts the difference between a prescriptive training program design and a descriptive evaluation of training impact. It outlines four considerations when designing a training evaluation program and discusses the fallacy of just using after course critiques or smile sheets to evaluate learning.
Episode 12 - Learning: Gamification vs Simulation Experiences
Episode 12 contrasts the differences between using games and gamification vs. realistic simulations. Three areas are compared dealing with online vs in-person activities including misleading information, costs and time and face-to-face communication.
Episode 11: There are Still Things Computers Can't Do
Episode 11 urges caution when considering the efficacy of computer based vs in person on site learning activities. This episode contrasts the difference between Explicit vs Tacit knowledge and the development of "Know-How" the ability to take effective action when presented with a complex task.
Episode 10: The Elephant in the Training Room: Transfer Climate's Effect on Transformation and the ROI of Training Impact
Episode 10 discusses the effect of transfer climate on training transformation efforts. It questions the validity of using the ROI of training delivery and the increased use of online systems as an indicator of real change efforts.