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CISL Impact Benchmark Study

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Corporate International Service Learning (CISL) programs are becoming a popular and strategic tool for companies looking to build the talent and skills of their workforce while addressing real needs in markets where they do business – particularly in high growth emerging markets where the opportunities are seen as greatest.

 

The CISL Impact Benchmark Study is the most robust piece of research of its kind, completed in collaboration with leading global organizations BD, Credit Suisse, EY, GSK and Microsoft.  It includes responses from over 300 employees from across these organizations, who report on the long term impact of CISL experiences.


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Emerging World's curator insight, October 19, 2015 9:15 AM

CISL is an area of work that combines principles of market expansion, leadership development and international corporate volunteering to achieve business objectives while creating positive social change.


Join Emerging World and guest speakers from BD, Credit Suisse, EY, GSK and Microsoft in an online discussion, to dive deeper into this research.

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IDEO’s Culture of Helping - Harvard Business Review

IDEO’s Culture of Helping - Harvard Business Review | The New Normal - Learning and Development | Scoop.it

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The Future of Learning


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Stephen Lippa's curator insight, December 29, 2013 11:28 AM

...and why we have a legacy to reimagine.

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Daniel Pink - Motivation

New York Times and Wall Street Journal best-selling author Daniel Pink discusses motivation and how it relates to student education experiences. Pink, hosted...

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How to Create a Culture of Succession Readiness

How to Create a Culture of Succession Readiness | The New Normal - Learning and Development | Scoop.it

Is your organization ready to bridge the knowledge gaps retiring baby boomers will leave behind? Tom Gilbert, a 20th century performance expert, created a formula to measure the performance improvement potential for every worker in a specific work setting. By looking at the exemplar, Gilbert demonstrated what the variance was in terms of possible — or potential — performance. Some companies today use Gilbert’s formula. Instead of assuming the most accomplished performer is uniquely different from the lowest performer, his work reminds that differences often relate to opportunity and contingency. With proper coaching — opportunity — and consequences for increasing skills — contingency — a performer at any level of accomplishment can advance.


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9 Free E-Learning Authoring Tools

9 Free E-Learning Authoring Tools | The New Normal - Learning and Development | Scoop.it

In this round up, we have put together a list of top 9 free e-learning authoring tools for you. Thanks to the internet and the technology, today we have several tools to make our work easier. These tools can be used in many different ways and we can take benefit from them if we use them wisely.


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Lean Learning Cycles

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The concept of Learning Cycles is not just something for innovation. I think it is a mindset that is needed  to replace the traditional marketing funnel. We should be building learning experiences with our customers.
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How will executive education change in the next 5-10 years?

How will executive education change in the next 5-10 years? | The New Normal - Learning and Development | Scoop.it
How will executive education change in the next 5-10 years?
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Five Laws of Organizational Development

This video examines 5 laws of organizational development.

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About Leadership Development for a Globalized Era

About Leadership Development for a Globalized Era | The New Normal - Learning and Development | Scoop.it

Our aim with this site - Leadership Development for a Globalized Era - is to provide you with the latest thinking in leadership development and the skills needed to lead on a global scale. Within this we will explore innovation in collaboration and approaches to working in an increasingly complex, fast-changing and interconnected world. In addition to publishing our favourite articles and research we will also seek to introduce you to inspirational people and organisations working within this exciting arena.

 

We are Matthew, Amanda and Becky, three members of Emerging World – an organisation that provides experiences that enable leaders to transform the way they think and act to succeed in the reality of fast-changing, complex business environments. At Emerging World we strive for a world where leaders behave authentically, companies succeed responsibly and every one of us has the opportunity to achieve our potential. 


Within our work we are privileged to explore the frontiers of leadership, corporate volunteering, experiential learning and mutually beneficial business. We are excited to share our insights on these topics with the hope that this enables all of us to learn, grow and connect.

 

We hope you enjoy digesting what is curated here. You're welcome to connect and find out more at:

 

Emerging World:  www.emergingworld.com


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Global Focus Vol 7, issue 1 - The business of change

The latest issue of Global Focus leads with Stanford GSB’s Garth Saloner on why business schools must change if they are to serve their students and society well.

Other highlights include: The susta...

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Outliers: The Story of Success with Malcolm Gladwell at the London Business Forum

Do you think that Paul McCartney and John Lennon are geniuses? Think again. According to Malcolm Gladwell, they're primarily just hard workers, who played to...

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19 Top Ideas for Education in Drive by Daniel Pink

19 Top Ideas for Education in Drive by Daniel Pink | The New Normal - Learning and Development | Scoop.it

Drive the Surprising Truth about What Motivates Us. 2009. by Daniel Pink I finally finished Drive, by Daniel Pink.


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Cultivating Collective Mindfulness: The Leader’s New Work

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The reality is that we—all of us, not just the financial elite—are the collective sleepwalkers. How do we wake up? Why is it that, across so many major systems, we collectively create results that nobody wants? Nobody wants to increase environmental destruction, poverty, cultural ADHD, or suicide. Yet we keep doing it. Why do we collectively recreate these patterns?


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Don Cloud's curator insight, February 10, 2014 8:44 PM

True leadership mindfulness ... transitioning from "me" to "we"!

Graeme Reid's curator insight, February 13, 2014 5:23 PM

A great thought-provoking article.  I get the sense that we are beginning to wake up to our realities of diminishing resources, lack of purpose, unhappiness etc - what is needed is a catalyst to speed up the rate of change.

Rim Riahi's curator insight, February 19, 2014 11:00 PM

The reality is that we—all of us, not just the financial elite—are the collective sleepwalkers. How do we wake up? Why is it that, across so many major systems, we collectively create results that nobody wants? Nobody wants to increase environmental destruction, poverty, cultural ADHD, or suicide. Yet we keep doing it. Why do we collectively recreate these patterns?

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How to Build Your Brand as an Emerging Leader: Introduction

Are you the best kept secret in your organization? Don't be! Sign up for this free four-part video series at www.womensleadershipcoaching.com/freevideo and d...
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Introduction to Learning Theories

An introduction to major learning theories in education.
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Instructional Design

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instructional design and educational technology resources...

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Emerging Leaders: Ethics and Values

The Emerging Leader Series is a semester long seminar series on a specific topic.
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