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  1. Oct 2022
    1. It’s particularly important for leaders and managers to model the culture that the company tries to foster.

      Examples... setting your own focus time in your calendar, blocking off hours for deep work, having a "no meeting" day actually scheduled in your and your reports calendars.

  2. Sep 2022
    1. Selon la Fédération, cet enjeu doit faire l'objet d'un projet de société auquel les cégeps pourraient contribuer, dans la mesure notamment où sera faite la promotion du rôle de la formation continue qualifiante offerte au sein du réseau collégial dans le rehaussement du niveau de vie et de la productivité, et dans l'acquisition des compétences du futur.
  3. Aug 2021
    1. Organizations that address these questions open the door to better employee experience, increased loyalty, and access to larger talent pools.

      More vision on the workplace you want - and why - will help to attract better talent. Important that this includes flexibility

    2. Organizations should rethink the knowledge, skills, abilities, and experiences (KSAEs) required for jobs.

      Not clear how the increasing competition for talent means that organisations should move away from hiring based on education etc.

  4. Mar 2021
    1. students as complex and deeply committed to their education

      While the prevailing model tends to emphasize "potential", stratification, and control. While marketing constructs are deeply problematic, the frequent valuation of flexible paths by members of a given "generation" (basically, young adults at a certain point in time) goes well with "the world in which our graduates will live". It's been discussed in so many ways and bears repeating: we apply ideas from Old School HR to people who are entering (or going back to) a workforce which challenges diverse HR models.

  5. Mar 2020
    1. ffirs iv 20 February 2020 10:09 AMThe paradigm of pursuing higher education is shifting. For example, American workers are now getting a job to go to college versus going to college to get a job. In this must-read, Heather and Chris effectively describe these and other trends that are playing out across corporate America today. In a world where rapid learning and adaptation are essential to prepare for the future of work, we need leaders across industries, disciplines, and functions to work together to become champions of human potential.—Rachel Carlson,CEO and co-founder of Guild Education

      Love Rachel. This book is 100% for her consulting and account executive team(s).



  6. Jul 2019