Meet ttc: Lesley Lang

It’s been so fun introducing you to our leading ladies these past few months. To jog your memory, so far, we’ve talked with Teresa and Dana. Today, I’m excited to introduce you to my fellow golden retriever lover, Heels fan, and resource queen — Lesley Lang. With a background in project management and a serious... View Article

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5 Easy Ways to Save Big on Training Cost in the Middle of Q4

You just got out of a meeting with a desperate plea from one of your key stakeholders, realizing that X training solution is urgently needed in order to meet X performance needs by X date. You go back to your office, look at the training budget and realize there are few dollars available to get... View Article


How to Coach Highly Successful Teams for Any Generation: Webinar Recap

Earlier this week, we hosted our live training: How to Coach Highly Successful Teams for Any Generation. Since this is a virtual recap, we’ll let our CEO and teacher show you how she felt about it… Yippeee!!!  Our Innovators were just as excited! Here’s what they discovered along the way… Learning Nuggets 5 ways coaching can give your organization... View Article


8 Things You Can Do to Create Better Documentation

The most important thing to remember when creating and organizing documents is to think in terms of longevity. The generational impact ­­of documentation is critical to the success of your teams and company as a whole. Will the person doing your job after you need to spend time decoding your documents, or even redoing them... View Article


What I’ve Learned in the Last Two Years About Managing Millennials

A little over two years ago, I had an eye-opening discussion with a prospective client. We were talking about how the same training programs that had once been so successful for her organization just didn’t seem to be hitting the mark any longer. She wanted to know what they were missing, so I asked some... View Article


Was our Back to School Challenge an A+? (The Results Are In!)

It’s time for us to do some self-grading as we look back on the success of our Back to School Challenge 2017! It’s been an exciting month-long study hall filled with lessons, curiosity, collaboration, classroom discussion, pop quizzes, and more! Keep reading to uncover what inspired us to launch this challenge, find out which modalities... View Article


7+ Award Winning Learning and Development Resources

Remember when I said week three was my favorite? Well, I take it back! Week four of our Back to School Challenge had me like this… And maybe a little like this… Yep — this week, our star students came in heads down, pencils up, and ready to L-E-A-R-N! Before you take a peek at... View Article


The 6 Most Influential Books According to Our CHRO

If you peek into my office, you’ll see a mixture of books lining my bookcase and on the edge of my desk. And, undoubtedly, if you look in at the right moment, you’ll catch me with one of them in my hand. While I have a habit of reading blogs and articles daily, sitting down... View Article


9+ Best in Class Learning and Development Resources

Wow, how is it almost October?? This month has FLOWN by so fast, and we’re already nearing the end of our Back to School Challenge (insert all the sad eyes here). In case you missed the past two weekly roundups of our students’ (Innovators’) homework inspiration, you can get caught up here and here. Week... View Article


Webinar Recap: Staff Aug for First Timers

A few weeks ago, we scheduled a webinar — “Staff Aug for First Timers” — to help learning organizations that had never used staff augmentation as part of their strategy. We were going to answer any and all questions about engaging and utilizing staff aug resources (AKA, Innovators on Demand™) — on a live platform.... View Article


5+ Star-Worthy Learning and Development Resources

For the past two weeks, our internal Innovators have had their heads down, plugging away at our Back to School Challenge. Week two has been a really fun one! We’re even seeing some new students (Innovators) signing on to take the “class” after our week one Teacher’s Pets led the way. So let’s continue our... View Article