Beyond Checking the Box: Sexual Harassment Training That Works

Sexual Harassment prevention training has been widespread since the 1980s. But the rates of sexual harassment complaints have not gone down in the decades since. […]

Senator, We Run (Possibly Discriminatory) Ads

If you watched Mark Zuckerberg’s testimony in the Senate back in April, it’s likely that one moment sticks out in your memory more than others. […]

Introducing Prebuilt Campaigns and Enhanced Assignment Flows to Engage Learners in a Snap

Customers love Grovo for our binge-worthy library of 2500+ Microlearning lessons. With so much great content in our library, selecting the perfect set of lessons […]

New Yorkers: A Guide to Documenting Your Sexual Harassment Policy

The upcoming sexual harassment prevention laws in New York State will make it a requirement for companies to conduct training in sexual harassment with all […]

While You Were Out: Content Releases from the Summer

We’re a few weeks past Labor Day, which means no more white pants, cooler weather (we hope), and the end of summer Fridays. It’s no […]

Why Saying “Millennials Love Learning” Sells L&D Short

Lately, I’ve noticed a common refrain among L&D publications around the web: “Millennials love learning.” This generalization is a backhanded compliment in a sea of […]

How To Talk About Diversity At Work

“Diversity is defined by who sits at the table, while inclusion is which voices get heard,” says Jamie Velazquez, Ph.D and Director of Staff Development […]

How to Use Interactive Sessions to Turn Online Training into Real-World Application

When I was growing up, I used to play a car-racing video game with my brother (San Francisco Rush I think?), and I got pretty […]

Diversity Training Isn’t A Punishment: Lessons from Athletes Who Say Bad Things

On July 29, the Atlanta Braves pitcher Sean Newcomb came within one out of pitching a no-hitter. Actually, he even came within one strike. This […]

Create Targeted Learning Initiatives by Linking Training to Business Impact

“Consistency: It’s only a virtue if you’re not a screw up.” I saw that quote on a “demotivational” poster (the text was below a picture […]

“Soft” Skills By Any Other Name

My daughter is a force. She is determined, insightful, intelligent, and funny. But more often than not, when new people meet her, they opt to […]

Sexual Harassment Impacts Everyone. That’s Why We’re Making Content To End It.

April is Sexual Assault Awareness month and it brings an opportunity to raise awareness of the prevalence of sexual assault and its impact on our […]

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