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
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
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
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In the 1970s, the US Congress created a favorable loan program to enlist the private market to assist with the creation of needed affordable rental housing. The program produced about 565,000 units of subsidized housing. Forty years later, many of the loans on these units are now coming due. With the loans about to be …Read More
If you asked most White Americans in 2000 if discrimination in the US was still a big problem, they probably would have said no. After all, slavery was long gone. Anybody could live, work, and socialize wherever they wanted. The US had finally succeeded in achieving its goal of becoming the great American melting pot.
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In all likelihood, it probably does. “Implicit bias” is the attitudes or stereotypes that affect our understanding, actions, and decisions in an unconscious manner. Unlike plain “bias,” where we consciously choose to act in ways that support our biased views, implicit bias often causes us to act in ways that we do not necessarily realize …Read More
Comprehensive Learning Solutions is pleased to adopt IFC’s Principles for Learning for all training that CLS provides. While these principles were primarily designed for training in emerging markets, we believe in applying them to all training, regardless of the context in which the training occurs. In addition, CLS also abides by IFC’s Guide to Training , which provides a step …Read More
If you have ever hired a training professional before, you know that finding the right one can be tricky. Sometimes you get lucky and get experts who know what they are doing, like the consultants at Comprehensive Learning Solutions. Other times, you get people who are good at lecturing, but not so good at helping …Read More