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Bij AXA doorlopen alle nieuwe leidinggevenden het New Managers Track, ontwikkeld door AXA en gefaciliteerd door Kluwer Learning. Het traject focust op basisvaardigheden people management en op de leiderschapsstijl die eigen is aan de organisatie.
Op 16 juni organiseerde Kluwer Opleidingen een congres over ‘Compensation & Benefits’. U kon er ontdekken hoe u ‘slimmer’ kan belonen en hoe u uw vergrijzende (dure) werknemers kunt blijven engageren. Een nabeschouwing van gastspreker Frank Vander Sijpe.
Having spent the last 3 days missing the elusive slightly-bearded JD Dillon at ATD2015, I am in session W212 to find out how Kaplan is transforming users into contributors. Much of the time, our people know better than we do. How can we release that into the organisation? We know we are supposed to, but what are the principles and tools we need to keep in mind to make this happen?
Having snuck through the back doors I am in the 2nd ATD2015 session to be sold-out (ask me which was the first where our speaker Mike Parkinson is here to help us do a good job faced with two simple truths: Most of the information we process and things we do happen intuitively. And visual cues always win.
ATD2015 session TU209 is with Ethan Edwards, speaking about bringing better context into e-learning. Now, I’m not an e-learning guy and generally don’t like the approach. But I am very interested in the context problem since my TK15 session with Robert Todd earlier this year.
In a true lesson of what keynote speaking should be, Sugata Mitra has taken the stage at ATD2015 to talk to us about how our world has changed and what this means for education. A funny, charming, entrepreneurial raconteur what he has to say is possibly the most important lesson for people in the world of education. Really.
Following on the accidental theme of happiness in Orlando today, I wonder if The Universe is trying to tell me something.. Time to get happy? As a fan of Tal Ben-Shahar’s “Happier” and the unpronounceable Hungarian-American’s “Flow” I am intrigued to see what session SU31XD has to offer.