All posts by: Richard Stejer

Digital learning, artificial intelligence (AI) and adaptive learning systems (ALS) are touching our lives every day and in many ways.  Take for example self-driving cars, virtual personal assistants, video games,...
Leading others in the new world of work looks profoundly different from managing employees in previous decades[1]. New generations entering the workforce pose major challenges for those in leadership positions...
Cognitive Load Theory in teaching and education came to the forefront with the seminal paper “Why Minimal Guidance During Instruction Does Not Work: An Analysis of the Failure of Constructivist,...
“Conflict is drama, and how people deal with conflict shows you the kind of people they are.” (Stephen Moyer, British Actor, 1969-). Do people in your team reminisce about what...
Motivation, initiative, accountability, trust – the challenges that leaders often speak about.  Less often do we hear about a practical competency framework for leadership. Too many of us mistakenly believe...
Epiphanies, our ‘ah ha’ inspirations, often spring to mind as we listen to the triumphs and tribulations of successful people.  Fortunately for me this week, I had a chance to listen. ...
I’ve learned something new about L&D Strategy that I want to share with everyone.  The Learning Cafe is ‘must link’ site for all L&D managers and education enthusiasts.  Its producer (Jeevan...
Developing individual leaders and leadership processes is not as easy as modelling leader personalities or learning new behaviours.  Adults learn best from the experiences delegated to them.  Surprisingly few organisations...
Research reveals that a manager’s interpersonal skills, empathy, and emotional intelligence are important for managing project complexity.  To prove the point, researchers set out to discover: “How does project complexity influence the relationship...

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