“Uitwaaien” is a popular activity around Amsterdam—one believed to have important psychological benefits.
There is no such thing as a void in the Universe.
To gain its full value, L&D leaders must be open to challenging assumptions about how they approach on-the-job training.
Reject your Mental Map Oversimplifications.
In an age of high quit rates, struggling low-wage employees, and tone-deaf leadership, the call for “good jobs” makes great sense.
One of the fundamental questions for those studying and advocating progress is around understanding what variables can move the needle for the type of progress that you might want to see in the world. It’s a key focus of the “progress studies” discipline and a question that has received increased attention from academics and public intellectuals in recent years.