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Learning 2.0: Beware the Power Law
There is a dirty little secret to Web 2.0—and thus Learning 2.0, and that is the Power Law. By definition, this is a mathematical relationship between two quantities. In the case of social media, it has evolved into a 90-9-1 distribution. Essentially, 90 percent of people using these tools are passive observers, 9 percent are active contributors, and 1 percent are the leaders and creators.
Posted: 18 Mar, 2011, by Aviel Selkovits
Leadership Lessons from Dr. Seuss
As I am currently preparing for an upcoming Leadership Development Program, a little light bulb went off in my head: there is also a lot to learn from Dr. Seuss on leadership!
Posted: 03 Mar, 2011, by Nikki Dy-Liacco
How Can Coaching Drive Revenue Growth?
HR and Talent Management professionals can and should be playing an important role in spurring on sales growth by providing the resources and guidance to ensure that the RIGHT type of sales and sales leadership skills are being acquired, developed, and retained.
Posted: 09 Feb, 2011, by Mark Dembo
The Relationship Between Skill Practice and Deliberate Practice
The skill practice component of our leadership development program, Interaction Management, usually starts slow, with participants considering it a chore, or a workshop activity they just have to do. But after the first round of feedback, most realize the tremendous learning they just experienced.
Posted: 05 Feb, 2011, by Victor L. Magdaraog
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