In this interview, Hillary Miller, Vice President Chief Learning Officer at Penn State Health, talks about how she is defining the learning culture at Penn State Health by applying empathy-guided L&D when designing learning initiatives that meet learners at their point of need.
In this L&D podcast recap, David James speaks with John Helmer, Host and Founder of two Learning & Development podcasts: The Learning Hack and Great Minds on Learning, about his insights on the L&D discipline and the people and approaches that have informed so much of the L&D profession.
In this chapter, we outline why a flexible work culture is so critical to enabling better learning outcomes.
Before changing your company policy to embrace 'your life your way', be sure to have the right tools in place.
To put things into practice, we’re here with four case studies illustrating how leading companies are creating the flexible culture people really want.
Check out our strategic cheat sheet to convince your team to switch to the new, flexible working culture.
To help you find the right digital learning platform, we’ve compiled a list of questions you should ask before making a final decision.
These guidelines will help set your courses up for success, whether you're looking to support in-house experts or to develop training materials in-house.
In this L&D podcast recap, David James speaks with Robin Sargent Ph.D., Founder, Owner, and President of IDOL courses and Author of ‘The Do It Messy Approach,’ about the approaches and skills required for the instructional design profession to evolve and meet the demands of the modern hybrid workforce.
An asynchronous-first work approach aims to challenge the age-old assumption that work only happens between people communicating at the same fixed point in time. As you'll see in this article, the benefits of working asynchronously extend far beyond improved decision-making.
In this chapter, we share our playbook for autonomous work—from the foundations leaders need to set in order to empower autonomous working in a remote environment to the close links between autonomy and motivation, we provide insight on how to balance giving employees freedom whilst ensuring leadership priorities are met.
What does remote work look like now? To what extent will remote work persist, and how should we strike the right balance between employee productivity and business goals? And how can an organization build a sustainable remote work policy that lasts in the long term? We share the insights here.