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  • Strategically Aligning Learning And Performance Efforts
    During times of organizational transformation, it is critical the CLO not only understand the strategic change requirements but also realign where and how the organization invests in learning and performance initiatives. Reprinted with permission from Chief Learning Officer, February 2007. All rights reserved. www.clomedia.com
  • Workplace Trends And Leadership Resolutions For 2007
    Forces that will influence learning and performance approaches, as well as the types of resolutions senior leaders (including CLOs) might make to deal with them successfully in 2007. Reprinted with permission from Chief Learning Officer, December 2006. All rights reserved. www.clomedia.com
  • Being An Effective Transformational Leader
    CLOs, like all senior leaders, must role model transformational leadership skills and competencies to enable their organizations to address their unique opportunities and challenges. Reprinted with permission from Chief Learning Officer, August 2006. All rights reserved. www.clomedia.com
  • Are You A Strong Or Weak Leadership Link?
    Don’t allow yourself to become the victim of an organizational culture that does not recognize the contributions of the learning and development function. Learn key strategies to ensure you are viewed as a strong link across senior leadership. Reprinted with permission from Chief Learning Officer, June 2006. All rights reserved. www.clomedia.com
  • External Learning Resources: Strategic Partner Or Commodity Vendor?
    Ensure you are leveraging the sourcing, selecting, and on-boarding of external strategic partners efficiently and effectively. Reprinted with permission from Chief Learning Officer, April 2006. All rights reserved. www.clomedia.com
  • Are You Measuring The Right Things?
    The activities and methodology required to systematically define, deploy, and link measures throughout an entire organization need to be well timed and carefully orchestrated. Reprinted with permission from Chief Learning Officer, February 2006. All rights reserved. www.clomedia.com
  • Attract And Keep Superstars
    How do you ensure that you attract and retain today’s top talent? You make passion an integral part of your business. You require it in leaders, nurture it in employees, and share it with customers and clients. You create a passion-driven organization. Reprinted with permission from Leadership Excellence, January 2006. All rights reserved. www.eep.com
  • What Market Forces Impact Organizational Performance?
    With an increased understanding of information needs, CLOs will also be able to define the competencies required at all levels to improve performance on the job. Reprinted with permission from Chief Learning Officer, December 2005. All rights reserved. www.clomedia.com
  • A Global Challenge: Building Passion-Driven Leaders
    By predicting behavior and operations on passion, leaders can improve the quality and significance of their work, as well as the work of those they lead. Reprinted with permission from Chief Learning Officer, October 2005. All rights reserved. www.clomedia.com
  • What’s Your Strategic Alignment Quotient?
    How can you make sure that you and your peers are working collectively for the greater good of the organization? Reprinted with permission from Chief Learning Officer, August 2005. All rights reserved. www.clomedia.com
  • Becoming A Value-Added Business Partner
    Three key personal development strategies to help you foster a business-partnering role that is viewed as value added. Reprinted with permission from Chief Learning Officer, June 2005. All rights reserved. www.clomedia.com
  • Leveraging Your Seat at the Table
    Before you start to redefine your role, it’s vital to leverage your current seat at the table to help achieve greater organizational performance. Reprinted with permission from Chief Learning Officer, April 2005. All rights reserved. www.clomedia.com
  • Strategic Catalyst or Order Taker?
    Three techniques may help you to become a strategic catalyst who can play a proactive role to influence and shape the organization’s strategic agenda. Reprinted with permission from Chief Learning Officer, February 2005. All rights reserved. www.clomedia.com

 

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