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Future Proof your Learning & Development

The Jardine Matheson Story
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Presenters: Sebastian Bailey, PhD, Peter Attfield
When: July 16th at 4 pm EST
Where: GoToWebinar
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Past webinars

The Divide Inside

  The evidence shows a high number of employees are bending themselves out of shape at work to fit in (Yoshino and Smith, 2013). Traditional D&I programs aren’t working, with employees still feeling isolated, excluded, and ostracized. Have your organization’s attempts at Diversity and Inclusion failed? Mind Gym’s focused on building belonging at top organizations around the world, and quickly....
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Why Good People Do Bad Things

  Organizations are under increased pressure to ensure that they create workplaces that are free from toxicity. That is, their people act with ethics and integrity, are respectful and interpersonally sensitive, and are inclusive and tolerant. To achieve this, organizations need scientific tools and evidence-based interventions that can produce lasting behavioral and cultural change. Watch this webinar where Mind Gym...
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5 Digital Tricks to Make Learning Stick

  The digital environment shapes our behavior, whether it’s unconscious pressure from social media or the ding of a new text message—we are constantly surrounded by technology. If you want to change behavior, you have to break through the noise. To find out how digital interventions can help us change behavior at work, we need to look to the science...
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Tomorrow’s Workforce Isn’t a Robot

  The last few decades have brought with it a new paradigm. Game-changing innovations across several areas of our lives have shifted the way organizations operate. According to a new IBM study, as many as 120 million workers in the world economy will have to be retrained or re-skilled as a result of the technological revolution. And, the pace of...
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