Hey, thanks for listening and taking the time to follow the link from the podcast. I'm on a mission to help every employee at every company love lifelong learning.
Whether it's the concept of human-centered instruction, how we create our next leaders through training, building offsites that people actually want to attend, or something else entirely, I'm glad you're here.
Those Five Questions
We need to be honest with ourselves that where we are “now” is not the end state of our journey. When we ask ourselves these five questions, and answer them honestly, we gain a better understanding of what we value in our role, what we want from our employer, and what will make us truly satisfied at work. Give it a try!
What is the “next” thing in your career?
Why is this personally important to you? Not for the company, but for you.
Now, think of a job that is 100% committed to that personally important reason. For example, if you wanted to make an impact, you could work with Doctors Without Borders and literally save lives. Why aren’t you doing that?
What is one thing you can start doing to today to get to #1?
Who is one person you can make a part of your journey towards this?
Finally, if you’re interested in chatting 1 to 1, I’ve got some links below where we can connect. Looking forward to hearing your stories!
It's Time to Develop Your Team
I've been helping organizations make talent a number one priority for over a decade. If you're ready to build out or amp up your Learning & Development efforts, get in touch.
Start With People
If you’re not ready to go all-in on developing the team, you might just need to understand where your employees are going with their career. Reach out, and I can help your employees flex those career building skills. Short on time? I can probably help you get the data you need to start making adjustments.
Already got something? Great! Is it doing what it needs to? I’ve got a free (actually free, no mailing lists, no catch) L&D assessment you can go through. It uses many of the same questions that we’d use in-person with your team. It'll take you about the time it takes to go get your next cup of coffee.