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Why is measuring the impact of learning so difficult? In a recent survey, nearly 70% of respondents said the inability to measure learning impact was impeding the achievement of strategic goals. Rich Mesch discussed the challenges of measurement with thought leader Will Thalheimer, creator of the Learning-Transfer Evaluation measurement model.
Why do some leaders thrive during difficult times? Leadership grows from the roots of beliefs and values. How does a leader turn values into action? PDG’s Rich Mesch discusses that topic and more with leadership expert Stacy Henry, author of Get Rooted: Growing People and Companies Through Change.
Welcome to Season 2 of Real Impact!, PDG’s podcast series.In each episode, we reach out to thought leaders and deep thinkers in the talent development space to talk about the issues that matter to you and your business.Episode 6: Leading Virtually The pandemic has forced us to rethink what it means to be a leader, and how we can lead effectively from a distance. But virtual leadership isn’t new; some organizations have been doing it for years and developed some powerful best practices. PDG’s Rich Mesch discusses that topic and more with leadership expert Keith Willis. 
Welcome to Real Impact!, a new podcast series from PDG!In each episode, we reach out to thought leaders and deep thinkers in the talent development space to talk about the issues that matter to you and your business.Episode 5: Why Leadership Training Doesn’t WorkWhat happens when leadership development doesn’t work? Sometimes we have the best intentions, but the worst outcomes. PDG’s Rich Mesch discusses that topic and more with author and leadership expert Katy Tynan, author of How Did I Not See This Coming? A New Manager’s Guide to Avoiding Total Disaster.
Welcome to Real Impact!, a new podcast series from PDG!In each episode, we reach out to thought leaders and deep thinkers in the talent development space to talk about the issues that matter to you and your business.Episode 4: Virtual Feedback and CoachingCoaching is one of the most important tools a leader has. In today’s increasingly virtual world, how can we be sure we are coaching effectively? In this podcast, PDG Managing Partner Dave Manning discusses coaching savvy with Michelle Braden, VP of Global Talent Development at Wex, Inc.
Welcome to Real Impact!, a new podcast series from PDG!In each episode, we reach out to thought leaders and deep thinkers in the talent development space to talk about the issues that matter to you and your business.Episode 3: Employee Recognition in the Virtual WorldTalent is one of the most valuable assets and organization has, especially in today’s knowledge economy. Team members want to know their work is valued and appreciated. While many organizations have employee recognition programs, the simple truth is that many of them don’t work. In this podcast, PDG’s Rich Mesch discusses why employee recognition programs need to be rebooted, and the challenges of virtual employee recognition, with Sam Jennniges, author of Recognition Rebooted: A Smarter Approach to Employee Recognition.
Welcome to Real Impact!, a new podcast series from PDG!In each episode, we reach out to thought leaders and deep thinkers in the talent development space to talk about the issues that matter to you and your business.Episode 2: Virtual Learning After the PandemicIn a pandemic world, many companies are turning to virtual learning as their only option. But virtual learning was always a great option. PDG’s Jenny Erdoes and Justin Calapp share ideas on why virtual learning works, and how it can keep working beyond the current crisis.
Welcome to Real Impact!, a new podcast series from PDG!In each episode, we reach out to thought leaders and deep thinkers in the talent development space to talk about the issues that matter to you and your business.Episode 1: My Manager is a Robot!How would you like having a robot as a manager? A recent article from Oracle suggests that some people would prefer to be managed by Artificial Intelligence, rather than a human. We discuss that topic with author and leadership expert Katy Tynan, author of How Did I Not See This Coming? A New Manager’s Guide to Avoiding Total Disaster.
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