What a Planetarium Teaches Us about Learning

They came to me as I was whisked through space: Three similarities between a visit to the Planetarium and taking part in an experiential learning program.

Is Failure Really the Seed to Success?

Failure doesn’t feel like a fun anecdote when it’s happening. It’s easy to pay lip service to a so-called culture of failure. In reality, it is hard earned.

Does Your Company Challenge Mental Models?

Acknowledging & challenging assumptions is crucial for a Learning Organization. How do we do this in practice?

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What a Planetarium Teaches Us about Learning

By Samuel Mueller | Sep 21, 2020

They came to me as I was whisked through space: Three similarities between a visit to the Planetarium and taking part in an experiential learning program.

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Is Failure Really the Seed to Success?

By Kim Schurch | Sep 20, 2020

Failure doesn’t feel like a fun anecdote when it’s happening. It’s easy to pay lip service to a so-called culture of failure. In reality, it is hard earned.

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Does Your Company Challenge Mental Models?

By Imane Terrab | Sep 20, 2020

Acknowledging & challenging assumptions is crucial for a Learning Organization. How do we do this in practice?

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The Learning Organization

The concept of the Learning Organization applied to today’s fast-changing world: How do we move from an ideal vision into actually fostering learning communities?

WDHB Lab’s new report provides a deep dive with plenty of inspiring examples from forefront companies like Microsoft and Airbnb.

Learning Fatigue in Singapore

By Hilda Cheung | Sep 20, 2020

The people development landscape in Singapore is suffering from an abundance of generic and repetitive courses. But there are alternatives to tick box exercises.

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The In-Office Automatic Email Response

By Samuel Mueller | Sep 11, 2020

«I am in the office collaborating today. I will reply when I’m back in my home office.» – How the world has been turned upside-down.

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WDHB in 2020

By Samuel Mueller | Jun 3, 2020

What have we learned in these challenging few months? In our work, we speak of developing leaders’ toolset, skillset and mindset. Now is the time to use every trick in the book!

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9 Tools to Boost Engagement

By Killian Fjellbakk | Jun 3, 2020

We’ve spent a lot of time with virtual Engagement tools. As we’re all trying to adjust our workflow, here are some of my favorites.

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The Trusting Leader

By Marcus Hitzberger | Jun 3, 2020

Remember when Trust was a nice-to-have? Well, it’s not anymore, so I took some time to reflect on how I show trust and find inspiring examples of what works in practice to become trusting leaders.

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5 Qualities of an Engaged Team

By Aish Narang | Jun 2, 2020

Our emotions are inseparable from our capacity to learn and develop. Therefore, we decided to look at the neurological cross between learning processes and how we feel.

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How to Lead if Everyone is Out of Office

By Imane Terrab | Mar 13, 2020

The latest turmoil around Coronavirus has left organizations across the world ready to make part of their workforce – temporarily – remote. Download our latest white paper, in which we explore what the Out Of Office era means for us at work, at home, and what will continue to drive and enable it.

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Your Brain Likes to Learn… With Feeling!

By Aish Narang | Mar 10, 2020

Our emotions are inseparable from our capacity to learn and develop. Therefore, we decided to look at the neurological cross between learning processes and how we feel.

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Can You Make Learning Stick? Try Spaced Learning!

By Imane Terrab | Mar 10, 2020

Extraordinary progress in neuroscience is teaching us more about our brains than ever before. But despite our growing preoccupation with productivity and efficiency, most of us haven’t changed our learning habits. So, we decided to ask a neuroscientist how to become better learners.

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