Why So Serious?! 5 Ways To Inject A Little Sex Appeal Into Your Training Program

Chelsea Rowe Audacious Ideas, Chelsea Rowe, Employee Coaching, HR, HR Tech, Learning, Learning and Development, Talent Strategy, Training and Development

A few months back, I was chatting with an HR manager and they shared with me that their company was considering bulking up their training program. That’s when they said the words that left me puzzling: “Maybe I could be talked into including some discussion, but definitely no exercises, no role play… none of that happy horse shit. We’re going corporate …

Game On

Chelsea Rowe Chelsea Rowe, Driving Productivity, Influence, Innovation, Learning, Learning and Development, Organizational Development, Performance, T+D

Over the past few weeks, I’ve been elbow deep in online learning.  Newsflash: Translating a dynamic live training experience into an equally engaging online learning experience isn’t for the faint of heart. With the right material, I can get a group of groaning managers to submit themselves to dreaded roll-play exercises in a way that keeps them asking for more role-play …

Learning by Crashing

Dan Carusi Dan Carusi, Learning and Development, Organizational Development, T+D

“Experiential Learning” is the process of making meaning from direct experience, i.e., learning from experience.  We’ve done this most of our lives—such as learning to ride a bicycle—yet many learning professionals ignore this approach when it comes to skill and competency development within an organization.  The formal classroom experience is not going to cut it unless there is the opportunity …