Author Archives: Jane Hart

Day 80 of MWL Daily

One of the Top 10 Characteristics of High-Performing Teams (CMOE, April 2021) is Learning is Front and Center. “Ninety-four percent of employees would stay at their company longer if it invested in their career development. The best teams thrive on a culture of learning. The more you learn, the more confident you will feel taking on […]

Day 79 of MWL Daily

In 5 ways to foster a learning culture (CLO Mag, 21 April 2021), Jonathan Finkelstein writes that by placing importance on growth at all levels of the organization, you can foster a learning culture that serves your people and helps your business grow. Here is the first way he promotes: “Make learning a stated company value. To […]

Day 78 of MWL Daily

In The power of microlearning for team training (Training Journal, 21 Apr 2021) Ann Morrisey gives three tips to maximise the power of your bite-sized courses and elevate your efforts. She makes this important point “The whole point of micro courses is that, while being bite-sized, they pack a punch when it comes to value for […]

Day 77 of MWL Daily

The summary of the article, 6 Super Fun Activities for Your Next Virtual Meeting (HBR, 18 Apr 2020) is as follows: “Research has shown that many have experienced a decline in well-being since the start of the pandemic. While laughter is not a cure-all, it is an action that decreases depression and anxiety, and one that is […]

Day 76 of MWL Daily

In If Learning is King Then Engagement is Queen (Learning Solutions Magazine, 20 Apr 2021) Ginger Ackerman writes about the importance of engagement in virtual training “Social interaction is a huge component to successful training. This is often more important for participants than for trainers. Engagement and activity-based learning can be viewed as difficult using many of […]

Day 75 of MWL Daily

In The sales skills essential for success (Built In, 19 Apr 2021) the writers sat down with the sales teams of 18 tech companies to discuss which sales skills are most valuable, which are the most unheralded and how they can best be developed and strengthened. For Mina Aghareza, the Sales Director of Big Health, the two most important […]

Day 74 of MWL Daily

In The Big Difference Between Lifelong Learners And Skill-Seekers (16 Apr 2021) Brandon Busteed writes “One of the most commonly used phrases in college and university mission statements is “lifelong learning.” It’s a term that is very popular as an aspirational goal in both higher education and across corporate learning. At the same time, phrases such as […]

Day 73 of MWL Daily

In Leaders, Is Your Learning Routine Working For You? (Forbes, 15 Apr 2021) Jyoti Khan writes “Throughout my career, I have led and managed my own learning. I set audacious goals and push myself toward them. My manager and the organization are there to support me, but the ownership lies with me. But what good is […]

Day 72 of MWL Daily

In Micro-videos; What are they? How to make them sticky? How to deliver? Good interface? How to make them? (Plan B, 14 Apr 2021) Donald Clark explains what micro-videos are .. “​Micro-videos are short videos. How short? Often very short, 15 seconds on TIKTOK up to 6 minutes or so at most There is no absolute […]

Day 71 of MWL Daily

The summary of The Surprising Power of Peer Coaching (HBR, 14 April 2021) is as follows “​The benefits of small-group coaching come from powerful learning interactions among leaders who aren’t on the same team but are roughly equal in experience and position, and the process can generate leadership development impacts that exceed what’s possible in one-on-one […]