Managing teams is always a balancing act: How do you get team members to work independently and cooperatively at the same time? How do you get team members to do what is in their own best interest while also doing what is in the team’s best interest?
The COVID-19 pandemic has added a few new wrinkles: …Read More
“Thinking outside the box” means to think creatively for a new solution to an old problem. It was a creative metaphor when it first emerged in common use in the late 1960s. Fifty years later, the expression has become a cliché.
When it comes to converting training for the online environment, webinars are quickly becoming the …Read More
On April 29, Karen Feeley, President of Comprehensive Learning Solutions, was the featured speaker for the Ask the CEO webcast series, sponsored by the National University of Science and Technology’s Professional Development Center in Pakistan.
Even before 2020, workplace learning had been making the shift from classroom-based training to a blended approach using more digital learning experiences. The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated …Read More
One year ago, the world shut down. Or, it would have shut down had technology not come to the rescue. From Amazon to Zoom, web-enabled technology kept the world’s economy moving during the worst of the shelter-in-place orders. One area that came to a screeching halt for the first month or two after the orders …Read More
Comprehensive Learning Solutions is proud to announce that it is one of the founding signatories of the GLC Principles for Learning.
Comprehensive Learning Solutions worked with the IFC, (a member of the World Bank Group, which advances economic development and improves the lives of people by encouraging the growth of the private sector in developing countries) to create …Read More
In the old world of 2019 and before, status meetings provided managers with the easiest way to keep track of a team’s work. They were intended to share what everyone else was up to. Unfortunately, these meetings, while helpful for the managers, usually were quite boring and inefficient for team members. Despite best efforts to …Read More
A new year brings with it the possibility for change and fresh starts. In 2020, we certainly experienced an entire year of change! “Normal” went away, replaced by the “new normal.” As vaccinations spread around the globe, many of us are hoping that the “new normal” is really just a “temporary normal” and that we …Read More
It’s that time of year again: Time to decorate the house, prepare for merry-making, and find the perfect gift for everyone on your list. This year, our holiday gift-giving guide focuses on gifts for you. Give yourself a little treat to reduce life’s stress. Check out our four favorite online subscription apps to make your …Read More
According to Nicholas Bloom, in his report from the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research (SIEPR), an astounding 42% of the US labor Force is now working from home. Working from home does not seem to be going away anytime soon. Even before the Coronavirus so rapidly shifted the way the world works, a significant workforce change was already …Read More
What do we now know about the effectiveness of business training, and how can it be done better? A re-assessment of the evidence.
October 21, 2020. 9:30 – 11:00 AM EDT