Even if you are familiar with what learning agility is, you may still be unsure how to apply it within your organization. David Hoff, COO and Executive VP of Leadership Development of EASI•Consult, explains just how to do that in this piece he wrote for Talent Quarterly.
The war for talent is more fierce than ever, and there is a growing belief that the people who have the highest potential are also your most agile learners. However, defining learning agility, and determining who has more of it, has remained a challenge until recently.
Talent Quarterly Magazine publisher Marc Effron is known for his no-nonsense approach to HR. So, as Dave Hoff, COO and Executive VP for EASI•Consult®, points out, Effron’s recent recognition of the Burke LAI as an effective tool validates the extensive research and testing that went into it.
Many leaders are willing to step up and mentor others, especially if they are afforded the opportunity to choose someone with whom they have a lot in common. But as Dr. Rebekah Cardenas, VP of Business Development and Assessment Solutions at EASI•Consult® examines, that inclination may limit opportunities for some employees and inadvertently stifle diversity.
Behind every good athlete is a good coach, and the same could be said for company leadership. While improved performance is the goal, both on the field and in the workplace, the approach is quite different, says David Hoff, COO and executive vice president for leadership development for EASI•Consult®.
The 360০ Burke Learning Agility Survey is now available, and certification in test administration will soon begin. David Hoff, COO and executive vice president of EASI•Consult®, explains the benefits of this latest Burke Learning Agility Inventory tool in detail.
Spring has been a busy time for EASI•Consult®, which has had a presence at two national annual conferences and led informational sessions all the way across the globe in Australia. David Hoff, COO and Executive Vice President of Leadership Development at EASI•Consult®, shares his impressions of each of these networking opportunities.
Social media has rooted itself firmly in our culture, so it’s no surprise it has made its way into the workplace. While it can be a beneficial marketing tool, social media can also do damage to a company’s reputation and its bottom line, as David Smith, Ph.D., president and CEO of EASI•Consult® reveals through some unfortunate examples.