Does your organisation suffer from being ‘Too busy to get better’?
Ok, once again, it’s the end of the week, so it’s time to lighten the mood with a Learning and Development ‘Friday Funny’.
In fairness, this one isn’t that funny at all (especially as I suspect that many of you probably bang your heads on the wall trying to get people, from front-line to C-suite, to engage in Learning and Development initiatives, only to complain that they/their team/the organisation isn’t performing at its best), but it does quite nicely illustrate how Continue reading
You can’t measure everyone’s capability the same way!
Ok, it’s the end of the week, so it’s time to lighten the mood again with a Learning and Development ‘Friday Funny’.
This one is an oldie but without doubt one of my all-time-favourites, beautifully illustrating how you just can’t apply the same system of capability measurement and be sure that you’ll get a fair or accurate result.
It’s just a shame that, Continue reading
Ok, it’s the end of the week again, so it’s time for another Learning and Development related ‘Friday Funny’ before we all break for the weekend.
Here’s a good one that quite nicely illustrates the difference between teaching and learning and that I’m sure my fellow Learning & Development tragics will appreciate.
I’m afraid I can’t credit the artist as he or she didn’t sign their work – my thanks anyway to the mystery cartoonist.
Ok, it’s Friday, so it’s time for some light comic relief before we all break for the weekend.
Here’s a fantastic one from good-old Dilbert that I’m sure all Learning & Development people can relate to…
Thanks for reading – have a wonderful weekend and see you next week!
About the Author:
Sam Russell is a self-confessed Learning & Development tragic. In his work-life, he’s a long-time Australian Learning & Development consultant who works with clients to design, develop and implement ‘end-to-end’ blended capability development solutions. He’s also a keynote speaker on topics including (but not limited to) ‘The future of organisation learning’, ‘Simple strategies for maximising transfer of learning to behaviour’, and ‘Speaking C-Suitese, not L&Dese, to win L&D budget approval’.