Trust is knowing that when a team member does push you, they're doing it because they care about the team. - Patrick Lencioni, The Five Dysfunctions of a Team: A Leadership Fable Trust Noun Firm belief in the reliability, truth, or ability of someone or something. 'relations have to be built on trust' – Oxford Dictionary … Continue reading Creating a culture of trust in your organization
Measuring the effectiveness of a training intervention has been one of the primary concerns for a majority of L&D professionals. CEO’s across the globe state that ROI is the No.2 measure desired by them. However, only 4% currently see ROI on L&D.* There may be several reasons why we may be unable to arrive at … Continue reading #ATD2017 – Demonstrating Training Effectiveness: How to Make This Bane Into a Boon
The business unit head at an e-commerce company is sensing the disintegration of his team. There is a lack of collaboration among his team members; employees are more concerned about their goals rather than team or organizational goals. From being one of the highly functional teams, his team has become a dysfunctional one - a … Continue reading Getting the Business to Believe in OD
You have recently launched a highly-anticipated, company-wide training initiative. You have secured the best facilitators—ones with air-tight content—and, following the positive response received from the first training session, you are in a celebratory mood. Up until one of your associates asks, “How do we know if it was really a success? And how are we … Continue reading Measure The Real Impact Of Your Training
The team at C2C-OD interviewed Tom Meier, Director of The Center for Accelerated Learning, to find out more about Accelerated Learning (AL); from its beginning, to the philosophy of its four phases, and the future of training. Thank you, Tom! Here is the interview: Please define AL in under 30 words: The AL approach activates full … Continue reading Exclusive Interview with Tom Meier, Director of The Center For Accelerated Learning
Gina is the HR business partner, and she is also responsible for Learning & Development within a mid-sized IT company. She is planning a training program for one of the support teams but the team is currently swamped with work and they are not inclined to spend 2 hours, let alone 2 days, in a … Continue reading How Can Audiences Get Involved in Their Own Learning?
Karen had a client call in the morning and is now running late for the session. As she enters the class, she is surprised to see that people are all over the place, there is a sticky wall with colorful post-it notes on it, and the tables are arranged in a seemingly random manner. Where … Continue reading The Four Phases of Accelerated Learning