360Learning - yea, but what do you REALLY think?

Asking for feedback can be tough. You want people to be as honest and constructive as possible, but at the same time, you can’t help but worry about what might happen when you put yourself under the microscope. 

What do your colleagues think of you? Are you a joy to work with, or do people cringe when they see your name pop up in their inbox? And how does your team really feel about where you’re leading them?

This level of openness might be hard to put into practice, but it opens up amazing possibilities for improvement. That’s why transparent feedback is such a big part of our distinctive culture here at 360Learning. It’s also a cornerstone of any effective remote employee training program.

But opening yourself up to feedback isn’t all about the negatives. It’s also a way to celebrate all of the things that do go well. And sometimes this kind of honest evaluation is the only way to chart the right course ahead–like with our ongoing efforts to fix traditional Executive Education.

So this week, brace yourself and get ready for some real talk! 

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Onboarding Joei 2 | Episode 8, The Flipside 


As a manager, it’s up to me to constantly evaluate my four new hires and make sure they’re meeting their targets. But what about their evaluations of me? What do they have to say about how I’m doing? 

Asking these questions can be pretty intimidating, especially for a new manager. But if you’re committed to improving over time, you have to be ready to hear the not-so-nice stuff.

In this week’s episode of #OnboardingJoei, we turn the tables and give Robin, Philippine, Ludo, and Tom the chance to weigh in on my performance in bringing the team together so far. How harsh are they going to be when I’m not in the room? Watch to find out! 

Never heard of Onboarding Joei? It's our original docu-series that documented the first 90 days of my onboarding. Catch up on Season 1 now!

Watch episode 8 now 

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Onboarding, Ramp-Up, and Beyond: What You Can Expect From the 360Learner Journey


Company culture is a lot like cake: someone can go on and on about how delicious it is, but your only way to find out is to take a bite. In this post, we give you the low-down on how Convexity and Collaborative Learning shapes every step of the 360Learner journey. If you’re thinking of joining us, or if you’re just curious about how we operate, come check us out! 

Mmmm, a nice thick slice of 360Learning

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Moments Worth Celebrating: 8 Experts Share their Greatest L&D Achievements


A lot of L&D leaders have a hard time recognizing their achievements. We’re so focused on pushing for better outcomes, we don’t notice when things do go well. In this CLO Connect roundup, eight experts share their greatest learning moments. From helping emerging professionals to shooting for the moon with NASA, we’ve got all the inspiration you need.

Fire up the confetti cannon!

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Broken…or Just Bruised? Why Traditional Executive Education is Struggling, and How the Right Program Can Help Fix It


Let’s face it—traditional ExecEd doesn’t cut it. Too much classroom time, not enough practical experience...it’s not truly preparing future leaders for the real world. Luckily, guest contributor Robert David has a few ideas for how to put Executive Education back on the right track.

Let’s fix ExecEd!

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8 Steps to Create a Remote Employee Training Program


Remote, remote, remote...it’s been the buzzword for the past year, and it’s probably here to stay in one way or another. If you’re struggling to implement effective remote training, we’ve got eight steps to help you get there.

Turns out I am remotely interested


And that’s it from me this week! 

Take care and you'll hear from me soon 💛,

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