What skills are needed to fill the workforce gap? That gap between what employers need and what people can offer in terms of skills and competencies. Analysts are warning employers that college graduates that meet technical job-specific skills today will need to upskill and be trained for the same role in about 6 years. Perhaps … Continue reading
News to use, ideas to share in this month’s Ryan Report! Pass it along!
Connecting context to content matters and I have discovered along the way that aligning people’s passions with purpose, through the use of learning, brought better results. Learning is not the focus, improving performance and solving the issue in the workflow is. John Hagel’s Learning Pyramid brings a focus on thinking skills based on passion. Tapping … Continue reading
News to share and pass along in this month’s Ryan Report – let’s keep learning together!
Here are some useful items in August’s issue of The Ryan Report– let’s keep the learning going! If you find stories and news of interest please share!
I had an amazing leader once, she later told me she enjoyed how I could make her ideas actually work but what I am forever grateful for is that she gave me a gift of feedback on how I came across – I’ll share with you my #1 strength is focus so when I am … Continue reading
I had a conversation recently with a learning leader at an organization who was being pushed to show their ROI – return on investment. Granted in the last couple of years they have brought a new LMS online and added designers to the team so management wanted to know if the expenses were paying off. … Continue reading
Remember your first day at the new job? Who knew there were so many benefit options? And do I put a 0 or a 1 in the tax forms? But the video from the CEO was interesting and they fed you lunch, right? “Half of all hourly workers leave new jobs in the first four … Continue reading
8/27/18 Update: Check out a video version of this post on my YouTube channel “Learning: Your Strategic tool for Success!” or go direct here. How does your organization hire new people? Post a job description online, have recruiters sift and search, interview until they find someone? How is that working out? And how long do … Continue reading
I am watching and listening to many different high school choir groups and ensemble’s in a regional county competition attending as a proud parent. During the various sets I have observed different leaders stepping forward. Of course, there is the director, he or she is providing guidance, pacing, and leading from the heart and mind. … Continue reading