There is clear evidence relationships with higher-income students dramatically improved low-income students’ chances of upward mobility in adulthood, even more than traditional success metrics like school quality. How are you doing that in your workplace? How are your higher-income employees developing relationships with lower-income colleagues to help them?
The world culture comes from the Latin cultus, which can be translated as ‘care’ or ‘cultivation’ but also ‘worship’. Rehn, Alf. Innovation for the Fatigued (Kogan Page Inspire) (p. 59). Kogan Page. Kindle Edition. You have a learning culture in your organisation. Are you expecting your employees to care or to worship learning within your… Read More Cult of worship
I’ve been thinking about the relationship between these 3 elements recently and were further stoked by speaking with Julian Stodd. From an LnD perspective, these elements each have layers of influence over the things we do and the relationship between them will determine what we do – or more accurately – don’t do. In the… Read More Ethics, culture and integrity
I am always a little surprised when one of the posts here develops traction. Monday’s was a great example; it was the most read post for many weeks. The numbers don’t matter to me although it’s humbling when people spend time reading these posts. I don’t generally write these posts for other people – they’re… Read More Doing the numbers
Mostly isn’t a problem. If LnD thinks there’s a problem to be fixed, it’ll look for a solution. The ‘problem’ is a lack of understanding (both within and without LnD) about how learning can influence across more than one slice of activity. Have a look at the chart at the top of this post; LnD… Read More The ‘problem’ with LnD