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Nov 20, 2014

Leadership Programs that Work

Many of us have been in “Leadership Training” since we were very young. We learned leadership informally, through participation in sports teams, youth organizations, or community groups. And sometimes we learned it formally, through events, retreats, and challenges. But one thing that’s probably true of all of it is that we never called it “leadership training.” It was about having great experiences. Leadership is a difficult topic to get your arms around. Part of that is because leadership content is easy to understand, but hard to actually do. It’s rare that I hear someone say, “I just read Peter Drucker (or Covey, or Kouzes & Posner, or Conner), and I have...

Many of us have been in “Leadership Training” since we were very young. We learned leadership informally, through participation in sports teams,...

Nov 6, 2014

Top Trends with David Manning — Globalization of Learning

This is the third in a series of conversations with PDG Managing Partner David Manning where he shares his perspectives on emerging...

This is the third in a series of conversations with PDG Managing Partner David Manning where he shares his perspectives on emerging...

Oct 20, 2014

Top Trends with David Manning

Learning Demand Planning and Flexible Resource Management This is the second in a series of conversations with PDG Managing Partner David Manning...

Learning Demand Planning and Flexible Resource Management This is the second in a series of conversations with PDG Managing Partner David Manning...

Sep 18, 2014

Leveraging Informal Learning: Four Lessons I Learned from Social Media

I am a big fan of blogs, but not just the ones we typically read for business purposes. The ones I find...

I am a big fan of blogs, but not just the ones we typically read for business purposes. The ones I find...

Aug 13, 2014

Grab Attention with Graphic Novels

I have a sister in-law and brother in-law who create the Baby Mouse and Squish graphic novels. They not only hooked me...

I have a sister in-law and brother in-law who create the Baby Mouse and Squish graphic novels. They not only hooked me...

Jun 24, 2014

The High Performing Learning Organization

PDG recently published a new white paper called “The High Performing Learning Organization: 8 Attributes for Business Success.” The white paper focuses...

PDG recently published a new white paper called “The High Performing Learning Organization: 8 Attributes for Business Success.” The white paper focuses...

Jun 17, 2014

Implementing CIA Learning

The PDG white paper, Implementing CIA Learning, provides an overview of planning and implementing the learning programs that are required as part...

The PDG white paper, Implementing CIA Learning, provides an overview of planning and implementing the learning programs that are required as part...

Jun 9, 2014

The Mobile Learning rEvolution

The PDG white paper, The Mobile Learning rEvolution, gives an overview of how the use of mobile devices is slowly changing how...

The PDG white paper, The Mobile Learning rEvolution, gives an overview of how the use of mobile devices is slowly changing how...

Jun 5, 2014

Join us at SPBT: Creating an Advanced Sales Training Curriculum

Discover how PDG partnered with Biogen Idec to create an advanced sales training solution. Mark Lockett, Director of Commercial Training on the...

Discover how PDG partnered with Biogen Idec to create an advanced sales training solution. Mark Lockett, Director of Commercial Training on the...

May 27, 2014

10 Consultative Skills that Drive Better Learning Programs

These tips on using consultative skills in learning initiatives were pulled from blog posts, white papers, and case studies. Build relationships with...

These tips on using consultative skills in learning initiatives were pulled from blog posts, white papers, and case studies. Build relationships with...

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