Our Thoughts

Our Thoughts

01 Jul

COVID-19 Makes Training & ReTraining More Urgent

The COVID-19 pandemic has made the issue of training and retraining urgent rather than just a future necessity. In 2017, the McKinsey Global Institute estimated that up to 375 million workers—or 14 percent of the global workforce—would have to switch occupations or acquire new skills by 2030 because of automation and

10 Oct

Enspire Earns 2020 “CSO50 Security Awareness and Training” Award

Enspire Learning’s innovative threat-awareness learning experience, developed with client partner Prudential Financial has been recognized by CSO as a 2020 CSO50 award winner in the Security Awareness and Training category. The annual award recognizes the top 50 world-class security projects and initiatives demonstrating outstanding business value and thought leadership. A

21 Aug

Hiring For Trajectory And Lifelong Learning

Is a shift in hiring strategy necessary with new generations of workers entering the workforce without a degree? The Hiring Disconnect Companies are being “pushed to reconsider the importance of an expensive diploma.” Moving forward, “candidates will be selected based on their potential career trajectory and not necessarily what they

13 Aug

Threat Awareness: Maintaining A Violence-Free Workplace

Maintaining a violence-free work environment is a top priority for all companies. The global security team of one of our clients wanted to empower their employees to recognize and report inappropriate conduct or other behaviors of concern observed in the workplace. They asked Enspire Learning to create an innovative, engaging,

04 Jan

Knowledge Flows and Collaborative Learning

In Thomas Friedman‘s latest book Thank You For Being Late, he talks about “the Big Shift,” a phrase coined by John Hagel III, John Seely Brown, and Lang Davison (Abandon Stocks, Embrace Flows, Harvard Business Review, January 27, 2009). What is the big shift? Previously, if you (country/company/individual) knew something