July 27, 2010
Frederick A. Miller
Back in the old daysabout 20 years agopeople were discouraged
from taking care of personal issues at work. At the same time, they
were expected to just do their jobs, without making decisions or
brainstorming better ways to do things. Both of those mindsets are long gon...
June 04, 2008
Mentoring programs can be an important part of the human performance technologists toolkit. The history of mentoring may have its beginnings in Greek mythology
when Telemachus left his son in the care of a wise man named
Mentor. Defining what mentoring is, and what it i...
February 12, 2007
Learning experts Michael Bland and Damon Hearne of Bank of America
share a common passion--developing people. In this interview, Bland
and Hearne draw from several decades of experience to examine the
critical issues involved in managing a training function in a
February 03, 2007
Bruce A. Jacobs
In much of our corporate life, we accept the term
tolerance as a viable ethical underpinning for diversity.
We seek diverse workforces by aggressively applying the principle
of tolerance in our hiring practices. We aim to create and sustain
a culture of tolerance to imp...
December 11, 2004
Partnering subsumes contracting or project alignment phases of work
because it involves setting client expectations and defining the
scope of work. Partnering also includes other elements of the
consulting process that involve building relationships. The reality
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