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The 10 biggest Breakthroughs in the Science of Learning

The 10 biggest Breakthroughs in the Science of Learning | Adult Learning & Development | Scoop.it
I received an email this morning from someone I have never heard of.  I only opened it because of the vanity in me:  the Subject was my Blog title, Real Learning for a Change!, so I was expecting i...
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The 6 People You Need in Your Corner - Forbes

The 6 People You Need in Your Corner - Forbes | Adult Learning & Development | Scoop.it
Nothing incredible is accomplished alone. You need others to help you, and you need to help others. With the right team, you can form a web of connections to make the seemingly impossible practically inevitable.
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Is Your Resume Missing These 5 “Must Haves”? | New Grad Life

Is Your Resume Missing These 5 “Must Haves”? | New Grad Life | Adult Learning & Development | Scoop.it
Is Your Resume Missing These 5 Must Haves? This article examines the 5 crucial aspects of any resume, and offers tips on how to improve your resume and land a job.
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Human Resource Professionals are Struggling as Strategic Business Partners, Global Study Finds

Human Resource Professionals are Struggling as Strategic Business Partners, Global Study Finds | Adult Learning & Development | Scoop.it
Human resource professionals are making slow strides in becoming strategic business partners within their organizations, according to new research Next generation HR from Hay Group, the global management consultancy.

 

Only 34 per cent of those surveyed believe HR is making a significant strategic contribution to their organization; most (60 per cent) positioned themselves somewhere in the middle, confirming that there’s still much room for improvement.

 

The research, which surveyed over 1,400 HR professionals and senior management from around the world, found that the cost cutting and efficiency priorities – introduced to weather the economic storm of recent years – have now evolved to a focus on driving performance and growth. Meanwhile, the emerging HR concerns for the years ahead lie around developing the workforce and ensuring the right people are in the right roles and doing the right work.

 


Via Vicki Kossoff @ The Learning Factor
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