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The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI) has been part of the learning and development world for a long time - and for good reason. This Colloquium will help you realize the power of understanding your own preferences in order to have a greater impact on your career and your organization. This is your opportunity to explore the implications of temperament in the learning environment, resulting in valuable insight into developing learning solutions.
In this Colloquium presentation, learn from Patricia Harrold, Founder of Career and Life Mentoring and Director of Aircrew Training at Offutt Air Force Base, as she shares how you can put MBTI to work for you, your employees, and your organization.
Presented February 26. Watch the video presentation and download the handouts.
There is ample evidence that dependable and competent future leaders are becoming difficult to find as the demand and competition for star employees increases. Though all companies need to think about leadership transitions, larger and more established organizations seem uniquely positioned to adopt employee development programs. This meta-analysis explores the identification and development of high-potential employees.
There is no denying that veterans bring unique skills and talents to civilian organizations, but that doesn't mean the transition from military to civilian employment is easy.
Fortunately, many organizations are experiencing success after implementing veteran employment initiatives. Learn more about the value of veterans, the struggles they face in civilian life, and the need for strategic veteran advancement programs.
Understand the relationship between leader personality types and how they prefer to receive information regarding employee education. This study explores the best methods for presenting information to specific personality types.
Sometimes it's hard to know when you should coach, consult, or counsel your employees. Knowing the difference among these skills is hard, too. That's what you'll learn at the Spring 2012 Colloquium - a topic requested by past attendees!
Learn from Dr. Victor Harms, who teaches Human Services, Counseling, Life Coaching, and Executive Coaching courses at Bellevue University, in this Colloquium designed to help you discern the difference between coaching, consulting, and counseling. The interactive presentation also teaches you how to decide which technique to use, while identifying when to bring in a third party to help you get the most effective result.
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This webinar outlines the strategies and best practices you need to get the most impact out of collaborative learning in your organization. You will learn what KPIs are essential for measurement, how to measure and monetize, and how to leverage analytics to gauge results.
Download the exclusive Human Capital Lab case study, "Bellevue University KnowledgeCafé: Stage One Evaluation," referenced in Joe Hare's presentation.
Collaborative learning is the game-changing tool sweeping through the learning community. However, effective implementation requires defining what you would like to accomplish and how you will measure progress. This presentation describes all the facets of a collaborative learning initiative and provides a basic overview of measurement principles.
You can also watch a video from the presentation.
As we continue to move toward a knowledge-based economy, it is becoming clearer that human capital is becoming the one true competitive advantage. Within the people of an organization resides unique knowledge that cannot be replicated. Knowledge, both tacit and explicit, is a resource that can impact the effectiveness of a business. The management of that knowledge is crucial in setting oneself apart from one's competitors. To address this problem, knowledge management strategies need to be developed to allow an organization to capture, store, and retrieve knowledge.
On January 1, 2011, 76 million baby boomers began a steady cycle of retirement that will unleash one of the largest demographic and economic upheavals the United States has ever experienced. Gen Xers and Millennials will not be able to replace the 40 percent gap in the U.S. workforce. These younger generations also cannot be expected to replace perhaps an even greater unknown amount of tacit and explicit knowledge necessary to successfully operate the public and private sectors as we know them today. Serious efforts must be undertaken now to document and transfer this knowledge to the next generations.
Social Learning, or as we call it, Collaborative Learning, has exploded, unleashing a barrage of opinion masquerading as learning. This presentation, delivered at the ASTD Regional Conference on May 18, 2011, details steps to take to ensure that effective curriculum design, quality learning, and measurement are fundamental parts of your learning programs. The presentation highlights two collaborative learning platforms and their quantifiable impact on business results.
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