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Train Your Brain (and Avoid Brain Drain)!

As a learning practitioner, I often think about what I do in my life outside of work to learn new things and keep myself ready to apply what I have learned quickly and easily. A few techniques that really make

The Power of Integrations Within the SAP SuccessFactors Recruiting Platform: Part 1

Part 2: RCM, RMK Integrations   |   Part 3: Data Movement Between Systems This is the first installment in a three-part blog series focused on the power of integration within the SuccessFactors (SF) platform. We will explore the benefits achieved via

Employee Surveys: Does your strategy measure up?

For some organizations, measuring employee opinion and sentiment via a survey (whether it be related to engagement, culture, experience, etc.) is a part of typical business practices. Creating a blueprint for how to implement the measurement strategy before, during, and

Personalization on the Manufacturing Floor

It is ALWAYS all about me. We can picture our kids saying this, we can stereotype millennials who want this, and if we are honest with ourselves, we can admit that we all want some element of our learning journey

Let It Show! Let It Show! Let It Show!

“Oh the weather outside is frightful But the fire is so delightful And since we’ve no place to go Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow” Be ready or be snowed in. Are you a person who loves

Have a Holly Jolly… Performance Review?

The first time I wrote about performance management, more than a decade ago, “Death, Taxes, and Performance Management” was a fitting title. At the time, I argued that all three topics conjured up images of unavoidable misery, paperwork, and delicate

Webinar Q&A | Learning Trends for 2019: Voice of our customer

Over the past several years, many learning trends have emerged that continue to impact the market for professional development and lifelong learning. Advances in learning technologies and methodologies provide new opportunities for L&D to design and deliver meaningful learning experiences

The 12 Days of Learning…or Longer…Just Space It Out

On the first day of learning, my trainer gave to me…a class. On the second day of learning, my trainer gave to me…a survey based on my experience.  On the third of learning, my trainer gave to me…nothing… Wait…what? That’s

Deck the Halls and the Secret to Engaging Learners

The holiday season is upon us, which also means the shopping season has begun. This is the time of year advertisers declare open season on consumers. From targeted social media ads online to the twinkling store retail displays, advertisers are

Five Items That Should Be on Your Change Management Checklist for 2019

As we approach the end of 2018, many of you are probably planning business transformations for the New Year. However, the loftier the goals, the more care needs to be given to the process in achieving them. Here are five

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