Talent Strategies which make your organization “Ready for Change”

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  1. Hi Josh,

    Regarding key #2; “build learning environments, not learning programs”, I think you’ve identified synonyms. A great learning program places a lot of emphasis on environment and leaves a lot of room for spontaneity. The “program” piece can exist and have plenty of structure, provided it can be scaled back if appropriate.

    Programming is a springboard or catalyst for learning, and is powerful, although not universally necessary. The thing to remember is that all programs are not created equal. A good program takes advantage of and nurtures a good environment. The “sage on the stage” model doesn’t breed engagement, but I’ve seen engagement, learning, and even the catalyst for transformation in good workshops.


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