Workforce Development

Emotional Intelligence In The Workforce

Overview Add a header to begin generating the table of contents Previously on WeLearn’s learning development blog, we have explored the roots of emotional intelligence, its definition, and how it’s measured. But how does emotional intelligence make its way into workforce development? Emotional intelligence is a positive, professional trait. Researchers found that emotional intelligence training …

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The Ultimate Do’s and Don’ts of Automation and Workforce Development

The Ultimate Do’s and Don’ts of Automation and Workforce Development Add a header to begin generating the table of contents While it may seem like a daunting concept to people like you and me, artificial intelligence and automation could enhance your professional life. Embracing automation in the workplace could lead to economic growth, an increase …

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Workforce Development post-Covid-19

Reimaging Workforce Development Post Covid

We are all aware that the Covid-19 pandemic has altered the working world in a dramatic and life-changing way. In a time when there are so many questions and so few answers, all we want to know is if the changes we see now will endure for years to come.

The Importance of Transparency

The Importance of Transparency

In a previous blog entitled, The View from the Top Can Be Lonely. It Does Not Have to Be, we talked about the importance of trust across colleagues and especially important – trust within the colleague/leader relationship. Today, I want to discuss another topic, transparency.

Organizational Learning Strategy

Humans are a Venn Diagram. Why Isn’t Your Organizational Learning Strategy?

Back in March I attended the Training Industry Inc, Future of the Workforce Conference, and had the pleasure of attending the session led by Sonia Malik @ IBM. Sonia presented on automation, the future of work, and building a skills revolution inside of IBM – her presentation was informative and very relevant for learning organizations today. If you are interested, you should check out the recording here. But I digress.

When It Comes To Learning

When It Comes to Learning We Do Not Horse Around

Everyone has heard the old saying “practice makes perfect,” but what is perfect? The textbook answers for perfect is ‘having all the required or desirable elements. Qualities, or characteristics; as good as it is possible to be.” Perfect is relative; one person’s perfect won’t necessarily be the same as someone else’s. It is nearly impossible always to be accurate, but that doesn’t mean you can’t be an expert. So the question is, what is mastery?

Show Me The Money

Show Me The Money ! (But Know That Money Is Not All That Motivates Me!)

Show me the money! That is what employees are all about and what keeps them with you right? Well, not exactly. In fact, most employers will tell you signing bonuses, raises, and other financial incentives alone do NOT improve retention in the long term. So what do you do to keep employees? Understand the incentives that mean the most for the workforce and design an employee value proposition around them.

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