Corporate obsolescence, emotional agility and never changing your mind

Coffee break briefing
Jamie Lawrence
Managing Editor
TrainingZone
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Give yourself a well-earned break and take five to catch up on some highlights of this week's L&D news and opinion.

Let us know what you think of the articles we've shared, and tell us what you've enjoyed reading too!

Learning

Learning should be global, but not necessarily digital, say L&D leaders (People Management)

As informal learning takes the lead, corporate L&D teams worry about obsolescence (HR Dive)

Skills

- Emotional Agility as a Tool to Help Teens Manage Their Feelings (MindShift)

If You Never Change Your Mind, You’re Doing It Wrong (Fistful of Talent)

Science Says This Is the Most Effective Way to Learn (but You Weren't Taught It in School) (Inc)

Performance

- Time, Gender and Unconscious Bias: tips for addressing your own unconscious biases (Jasmine Gartner, LinkedIn)

What does the rise of AI mean for L&D? (Learning & Development Professional)

Beyond Kirkpatrick: determine the ROI of your training program in 6 steps (TrainTool)

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