Jun 6, 2023
In The Resilience Handbook, occupational psychologist and author Sukh Pabial outlines three elements which can make us more resilient: positive psychology, emotional intelligence and mindfulness. But is this something we can only develop on our own, or can L&D build the resilience of others?
In this week’s episode...
May 30, 2023
You had an idea for say, a product or service. You created it and rolled it out to a small target group. It worked - a success! It’s now time to expand, to unleash it onto the world. How do you make sure it continues to be a success? This is the question John A. List sets out to answer in his book, The...
May 23, 2023
You might offer employees the best content libraries, training or toolkits in the world, but if they don’t know what’s there, or when or why they’d access it, it’s useless. In these situations, you need a creative approach to grab learners’ attention and give them compelling reasons to keep them coming back.
May 16, 2023
For over 20 years, Debbie Carter has been working at industry magazine Training Journal, tracking the changes that have taken place in our field – and occasionally railing against them!
In this week’s episode of The Mind Tools L&D Podcast, she joins Ross G and Owen to discuss:
· the state of L&D in the...
May 9, 2023
You can map employee networks in all sorts of ways: formal hierarchy, online interactions, geographic location. But, in this episode, we look at how surveying colleagues unlocks insights into who is a key relationship node – and who is isolated.
In this episode of The Mind Tools L&D Podcast, Ross G and Owen are...