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A learning management system focused on engaging experiences and knowledge retention.
A continuous 1:1 performance management system that builds manager-employee relationships.
A peer-to-peer video coaching tool that fosters skill development through constructive feedback.
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Feb 22, 2019
By Jennifer Eng
With millennials, Generations X and Z, and baby boomers making up the workforce, companies need to adapt to support a multigenerational workforce.
Aug 22, 2016
By Marcia McInnes
Video observation has the power to improve teaching by generating effective feedback.
Aug 18, 2016
Educators and parents are obsessed with having children to learn more, faster. New studies indicate that children learn more when they create on…
Aug 16, 2016
Rather than competing among themselves, nine colleges in Pierce County, Washington, have teamed up to promote a college-going culture.
The way we value employees is changing: instead of focusing on existing skillsets, adaptable learners will be more highly regarded.
Aug 11, 2016
By Jeff Weber
Top-performing companies know what’s up when it comes to getting ahead and the secret is one we’ve known all along: “Two heads are better than one.”…
Aug 09, 2016
Medicine has long been a practice demanding the memorization of exorbitant amounts of material. This approach is not making the cut.
Millennials are taking over, and if your company can adapt, your company will thrive.
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