Gamification: Are You Upwardly Mobile?

Regardless of where you stand in the stream, technology pervades the world around you, as well as the business you do. Many of you are...

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A Better Model of Measure for Learning and Development

To grow any measure of success, a measure needs to be established—as can be applied to learning and development and leadership performance alike. Failure to...

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Learning & Development: The Advantages of Being a Slow Learner

By David Creelman Thomas Pynchon is a celebrated American author yet he titled his collection of early stories “Slow Learner.” Was Pynchon a slow learner?...

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Do You Want to Remain Professionally Relevant in the Digital World?

By Murad Salman Mirza There was a time when graduating from a reputable academic institution led to a warm welcome on a safe professional journey,...

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What area of L&D has served you most as an HR professional?

Kevin Tucker, CPHR HR manager, FreshGrade, Kelowna FreshGrade is a Kelowna-based education technology company that develops mobile and browser-based applications for educators, students, and parents. With...

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Millennial Learning “Needs” Work for Everyone: Unlocking Organizational Potential

By Lynn Oucharek Imagine sitting in a still room with no windows, dim lights, and just the sound of someone speaking in the background. If...

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Gender Identity: Where Does Your Workplace Discussion Begin?

By Kai Scott and Drew Dennis We are currently witnessing the increased cultural awareness of transgender issues in what TIME magazine has dubbed the “next...

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Moving Leaders to Invest in Learning: The Strategic Imperative

By Garry Priam “Take away my people, but leave my factories, and soon grass will grow on the factory floors. Take away my factories, but...

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