How Learning Paths Speed Up Organizational Change

By Steve Rosenbaum All organizations are faced with the challenge of making a smooth and quick transition when organizational change is required. Planned changes often include a reorganization, new software or computer systems, new processes, mergers and acquisitions. Unplanned changes can include supply chain disruptions, new technology, new competition, and other market forces. From a Read more about How Learning Paths Speed Up Organizational Change[…]

The 2020 Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends report

By Dr Lydia Cillié-Schmidt One of the highlights for me from a learning perspective every year is reading the annual Deloitte Human Capital Trends report. I find the thought leadership in  these reports exceptional. This year Deloitte released their tenth report called “The Social Enterprise at work: Paradox as a path forward” (https://www2.deloitte.com/us/en/insights/focus/human-capital-trends.html). The first Read more about The 2020 Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends report[…]

Learning Paths Web Conference Series

  We are now offering a web conference series that you can complete at your office or home. The series shows you how to make your learning organization more effective by applying the principles of Learning Paths (Read more here: Online Learning paths brochure). For more information call/text 0827078156 or email admin@thetalenthub.co.za

Does your organisation have Learning Paths/-Journeys for Leaders?

By Dr Lydia Cillié-Schmidt In today’s organisations, leadership development is no longer limited to the traditional executive, managerial and supervisory roles.  The Modernizing Leadership for a Digital Economy survey (http://learn.skillsoft.com/Website-AR-CLO-Mastering-Leadership-Dev-for-a-Digital-Economy.html)  by the Human Capital Media Research and Advisory Group in partnership with Skillsoft found that organisational structures require more people at all job levels to Read more about Does your organisation have Learning Paths/-Journeys for Leaders?[…]

Learning Paths and Learning Journeys – what is the difference?

By Dr Lydia Cillié-Schmidt Recently the term “Learning Journey” started cropping up more often in blogs and articles and I started to wonder whether there is a difference between the terms Learning Paths and Learning Journeys. I specifically searched for definitions of the two terms and although I could not find many, I am providing Read more about Learning Paths and Learning Journeys – what is the difference?[…]

Using Learning Paths to provide corporate mentors and mentees with more structure to achieve proficiency

By Dr Lydia Cillié-Schmidt I have always been an advocate of formal mentoring programmes in a corporate environment but have recently started to think that we should provide mentors and mentees with even more support in the structuring of the activities and conversations in the mentoring process. I have been reminded of this again in Read more about Using Learning Paths to provide corporate mentors and mentees with more structure to achieve proficiency[…]

Feedback on the 41st International Congress on Assessment Center Methods

By Dr Lydia Cillié-Schmidt I have just attended the 41st International Congress on Assessment Center Methods (in partnership with the UK-assessment Centre Group) from 9 – 10 October 2018 and would like to highlight three of the sessions that I have attended. Earlier this year I wrote about the Global Leadership Forecast report by DDI, Read more about Feedback on the 41st International Congress on Assessment Center Methods[…]

Using Learning Paths to implement the 70-20-10 learning model

By Dr Lydia Cillié-Schmidt The 70:20:10 learning model is not a strict formula and is according to Charles Jennings (director of the 70:20:10 Forum) a reference model based on the general observation that the majority (70%) of learning in the workplace is done on the job, around 20% comes from social learning/interacting with others and Read more about Using Learning Paths to implement the 70-20-10 learning model[…]