Learning & Development


Bringing Mindfulness to the Workplace

Blog | Author: Kimberly Schaufenbuel | Source: HCI | Published: February 6, 2015

In today’s work world, we face multiple stressors, demands, and pressures, not to mention constant connectivity through smart phones, social media, and tablet computers. Consulting firm AON Hewitt estimates that 35 percent of U.S. employers in 2013 offered employee stress-reduction programs, and that estimate is expected to grow (AON Hewitt, 2013). Business leaders are increasingly looking for ways to reduce employee stress, and many employers—like Google, Aetna, Target, and General Mills, to name a few—have found that introducing mindfulness into their workplace not only lowers employee stress, but improves focus, clarity of thinking, decision-making, emotional intelligence, and more. 

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How to Jump Start Your Mobile Learning Strategy

Video | Published: February 3, 2015
Join as mobile learning experts reveal the Top 3 Ways they use mobile learning to double employee performance. Using real life case studies and lessons learned from Cricket Wireless, Comcast and others, our expert panel will ​share in-depth ... Read more

New Research! Leading with Global Competence

Globalization and the growth of multinational corporations have increased the need for employers to prepare their leaders to perform on a global level. Between 1990 and 2003, the number of multinational corporations increased from 3,000 to ... Read more
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