Why Leadership and Agility Matter in Culture Change

“The pace of change is not going to let up.” – Sara Saddington, Managing Editor, Actionable Conversations It’s hard to believe that change, implemented with outdated training, was a standard practice used by many businesses as Sara Saddington, Actionable’ s Managing Editor points out in her blog post Increase Agility by Creating a Learning Culture. […]

3 Tips for Successful Measurement

It starts from the outset. Effectively evaluating the impact of corporate learning begins during the needs assessment. First, identify the organization’s objectives and stakeholder expectations: what matters most to them and what behaviour change do they want to see from this training initiative? Then add the secret sauce – new habits of behaviour aligned with […]

CASE STUDY: Customized Training to Drive Culture Change

A large North American manufacturer partnered with Glass of Learning to take part in training that would develop and improve their leadership approach. The training targeted frontline supervisors and included a support program for managers. The company has 14 factories in the US and Canada. The initial roll-out began in the US and because of […]

Adapting to Change

Adapting to change is often required following any corporate learning and it requires regular practise. Just like in physical training – where muscles need practise and frequent exercise to become stronger – new tactics introduced in training programs need to be kept up regularly so that our brains can better absorb the lessons and skills, […]

Ramp-up Training for Frontline Leaders

Although obvious, it needs to be repeated: frontline leaders are representatives of an entire organization. They strongly affect whether employees are motivated, dedicated or inefficient.   Since frontline leaders have such an influence over an organization, proper training, motivation and investment in their growth is crucial for personal success and ultimately the company’s success. According […]