Modern learning in the healthcare space, how L&D can learn from an entrepreneur's successes and challenges, and training development myths that won't go away — just a few of the wide-ranging topics we've been turning our brains to at Intrepid recently!
GM Sam Herring shares his entrepreneurial journey on Training Industry's blog in "Leading Your Learning Organization Like a Start-up: Lessons From an Entrepreneur." Turns out there are many lessons to be learned for L&D from the obstacles and triumphs of being a business leader. Read the post to find out what Sam has to say about Defining Your Why AND Your How, Disrupting Yourself, and Learning to Innovate.
Nicole Bunselmeyer interviews healthcare L&D innovator Darci Hall of Providence St Joseph Health in CLO Magazine's "Healthy Learning: Modernizing Healthcare's L&D."
“We want to mirror the way our caregivers consume [learning] outside of Providence, but in the type of environment we have, there are challenges in the transition to digital,” said Hall, whose employee base numbers more than 100,000 in seven Western states. “It’s critical, however, so we’re making it happen.”
Read the article to learn how Providence and other healthcare organizations are tackling these challenges.
Always one to call it like she sees it, Intrepid's senior learning experience designer Le'a Kent delves into 4 "Training Myths That Won't Go Away" in Training Industry Magazine's current issue. See what she has to say about the corresponding realities (and what to do about them) for myths including:
- If You Build It, They Will Come
- In-Person Training is the Best Way to Teach Soft Skills
- So-So Learning Experiences Will Have an Impact Anyway
- Gamification is an Automatic Motivator