The magic number these days is 10,000: 10,000 steps every day to stay fit. Working from home makes it harder to hit that goal because it removes the opportunities for “shadow exercise:” those times we walk for a purpose rather than just for exercise. For example, if you live in a city and work at …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
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.
If …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
The killing of George Floyd at the end of May at the knee of a police officer set in motion a round of protests at cities around the US. Sadly, many of those protests saw an increase of senseless violence as the sun set and peaceful, right-minded protestors of police brutality gave way to the …Read More
What do you do when you have several hundred or
thousand people around the country that you need to train? If you were living in the 1980s, the answer
was simple: Fly them to a central point
and offer face-to-face training. By the
end of the century, the answer was blended learning: For the easy content, give them a …Read More
Comprehensive Learning Solutions wishes all its followers, clients, colleagues, and their families good health, safety, financial security, and sanity at this unprecedented time in the world. To help with the sanity part, we are sharing this beautiful poem by Brother Richard Hendrick, a Capuchin Franciscan living in Ireland, who penned this touching poem about the times …Read More
Any successful training program begins with a thorough needs assessment to determine the right solution. When working in the US, we often take for granted certain minimum standards. For instance, we assume that the classroom will have electricity and that, in most cases, our audience knows how to read and write at least to a …Read More
The holiday season is nearly upon us, which means that party season is also about to kick into full gear. Between workplace and club end-of-year parties and friends’ holiday happy hours, it’s the perfect time to establish new connections and strengthen existing ones. In other words, it’s time to brush up your networking skills.
One of …Read More
An interesting contradiction exists in the business world today: Stories abound about how businesses are allowing less and less travel. Between the high cost of gas, the increase in terrorism, the prevalence of the internet, and the plethora of VOIP conference call systems, the amount of business travel has decreased. Yet, airplanes have higher passenger …Read More