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The Ryan Report: October 2021

Welcome to this month’s Ryan Report filled with news to use and ideas to share.  This month I share thoughts on how you can change the Great Resignation to a Great Recruitment, look at ways people, and organizations, are defining their need for “flexibility”, and a leadership technique called collective leadership and how it might be a … Continue reading

The Great Recruitment

Is your organization pushing to get people back in the office?  Has the topic of commuting, public transportation, and shared office space been raised and are you ready to go back to the 9-5 routine you once took for granted?  We have found that we are just as productive remotely and discovered new levels of … Continue reading

The Ryan Report: September 2021

Welcome to this month’s Ryan Report filled with news to use and ideas to share.  This month I share 3 lessons learned as I moved an in-person event to a blended, online experience and a look at the impact trust has on our teams, can you train for trust? We may want to consider how to orient … Continue reading

Lessons learned from moving online

A recent project took a traditional classroom program and moved it to a blended, online learning experience. During this process 3 items came into my focus as we ramped up for the synchronous web conferencing sessions.  Did you know that time zones don’t automatically convert in all calendars? There is also a place for communication … Continue reading

The Ryan Report: August 2021

Welcome to this month’s Ryan Report filled with news to use and ideas to share.  I would love to hear your feedback and new topics you are interested in learning more about and I’m always open to a conversation. This month I share ideas (and a free calculator) to focus on the ROL, Return on Learning and … Continue reading

There’s a hard cost to soft skills – Show your ROL (Return on Learning)!

More than the traditional ROI that focuses on hard, often technical, training a Return on Learning measures the broader cost of the problem.  This cost may be people-based and identifying its fiscal impact on the organization against the cost of creating and delivering the learning solution is a valuable way to demonstrate the impact learning … Continue reading

The Ryan Report: July 2021

Welcome to this month’s Ryan Report filled with news to use and ideas to share.  I would love to hear your feedback and new topics you are interested in learning more about and I’m always open to a conversation. This month we look at some ideas to balance going back into the office along with thoughts around … Continue reading

Going to be different going forward

What was it like the first time you went out “socially”? It was a little unsettling for me, and it will be strange to wait for an elevator, go to the break room for coffee, and be with people who aren’t family. This is going to be different for each of us. We need to … Continue reading

The Ryan Report: June 2020

Welcome to this month’s Ryan Report filled with news to use and ideas to share.  I would love to hear your feedback and new topics you are interested in learning more about and I’m always open to a conversation. Let’s Zoom or even use the phone to talk because together we are stronger and we don’t need … Continue reading

Are you ready for the next remote?

As we begin to return to work the question is what will we do if we have to return to a remote space again. Are you and your organization ready to work in this flexible work model, a new kNOW?  Flexibility is what more than half of the respondents rated #1 in LinkedIn’s latest Workforce Confidence … Continue reading

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