Charles Jennings is a co-founder of the 70:20:10 Institute and is widely renowned as one of the premier experts on building and implementing 70:20:10 and organizational performance strategies. For those who have heard the ‘70:20:10 model’ referenced, it’s a learning model that describes the optimal sources of learning to be 70% on the job, 20% … Continue reading How to Build a High Performing Global Workforce: A Q&A Charles Jennings
A quick 5 in 5 on why we should be measuring learning events in the workplace! 1. Why should I be measuring learning ? It’s important to measure learning events so you can ensure that your intended outcomes translate into behaviour change or action within the workplace. Evaluating training, seminars, workshops or events that you have put time into … Continue reading Learning Event Measurement for Non-L&D Folk
Everyone has to learn when they start with a new organisation or in a new role. There are policies and procedures, learning new systems, navigating new co-workers, managers and employees. There are the unwritten norms (yeah, the policy says you have to do a written request, but actually you need to speak nicely to the … Continue reading Don’t Think Induction is Worth the Cash?
This topic brings back flashes (mostly traumatic) of conversations with many managers over the years of why it was important to not just focus on one. Lets start with the basics: What Soft & Hard Skills Are Skills that involve emotional intelligence are often referred to as 'soft' - this could be anything from having … Continue reading Soft or Hard Skills?