Posts Tagged "Blended Learning"

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Posted on November 18th, 2012 by The Learning Factor

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Leading Virtual Teams – Blended Learning Infographic

Posted on July 30th, 2012 by The Learning Factor

Organisations are increasingly recognising the business benefits of combining bite-sized chunks of personalised content that can be delivered to the desktop in real-time with learning techniques such as shorter classroom-based training sessions and on-the-job line manager training.

Take a look at our Leading Virtual Teams Learning Pathway Infographic. With a mix of pre-work, a web-based session delivered by a facilitator, case study assignment, a face-to-face session and Action Learning Project, we are sure to provide solutions that are engaging, creative and have maximum business impact.

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The World’s Best Companies for Leadership

Posted on May 3rd, 2012 by The Learning Factor

Which businesses most expect their employees to step up and lead, and best prepare them to do so? Those questions are tough to answer, of course. But for the last seven years, the Philadelphia-based global human resources management consultancy Hay Group has taken a stab at rating companies according to leadership measures.

Today it released its latest “Best Companies for Leadership” survey. The winner: General Electric. GE also came out on top last year. According to Rick Lash, director of Hay Group’s leadership and talent practice, GE not only fosters leaders but it promotes innovation, securing it the top slot.

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