I think everyone should have access to the tools, knowledge, and information necessary to help create and inspire change. To go from what is to what is possible. This article is one is a series of my articles and discussions regarding needs assessment for individuals, organizations, and societal value-added needs.
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Progress in the product; CPLP recertification due before October (60 recertification points, maybe 45 this year), Ph.D in progress (2021), working the English as Foreign Language (EFL) advanced certification (2019) after finishing the Premier TEFL Young Learners Certification, and just became a member of the Society for Human Resource Management in preparation for the SHRM […]
Expectations and Outcomes of Work-Life Balance in the Workplace: From Burnout, Productivity, Job and Life Satisfaction, Overall Health and Wellness, Motivation, and Other Factors In an interesting video on TEDx, Thurmon (2013) talks a lot about the expectations of work-life and workplace balance. In fact, quite interestingly Thurmon (2013) suggests one should be “off balance” […]
Knowledge and skill (KS) in a workplace-oriented assessment are generally used to help improve job performance. This includes careers, KS, abilities, and competencies. Getting at a reliable and valid assessment, be it work-oriented or personality-oriented can be more than a challenge, requires skill, and more than likely, the assistance of a subject matter expert (SME). […]
Personality assessments are widely used in the workplace for personal growth, career guidance, and personal selection. The ultimate goal is to put the right person in the right job and the assurance that the individual(s) will perform as expected. In order to do this, several methods involving work-oriented and personality assessment have been employed. As […]
by William E Hamilton@Iman Fiqrie CPLP, PhD Candidate University of the Rockies Neurons, Flickr Creative Commons Retrieved 8 Oct, 2018 Exciting News in Learning Today I’m extremely excited to be writing about a topic as exciting and important as deep learning, and doubly excited to be writing it alongside the equally important topic of neuroplasticity. […]
Driving Business Outcomes with Modern Learning Ecosystems As not to just leave the idea of the LMS as being totally outdated, a number of innovators in the Learning & Development (L&D) industry suggest “AND” NOT “OR” some other system. Acquiring a LMS not as an annual or 3 year exercise, but as an exercise in […]
Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 35:43 — 49.1MB)Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Podcasts | TuneIn | RSS | CIWLEARNING PODCAST Subscription Options pisode-001 is an introductory and solo PODCAST that talks about the host’s and show’s interests and reasons for being.
Creative Commons, https://goo.gl/images/jP6yhN The role of the learning professional as a life coach here are many roles for the modern learning development professional in today’s organization, one of them is as a life coach and the subject of this article. My evolved view is that coaching in organizations today should entail life coaching to help […]
by William E Hamilton@Iman Fiqrie Certified Professional in Learning Performance (CPLP) From training development CPLP to line of sight and results his is the second article of My CPLP Journey. This article tries to capture the training development journey as a “line sight” to a destination. Rather than go through some arbitrary straight timeline […]