I’m also interested in educational models for business workers. We’re in a society where HR is less and less about career development and more and more about benefits management. Companies are no longer the stewards of your development and career. How can I help those of us who lived in the cubicle farms, and what can I do to share that information in a way that will empower others?
Too often true these days. When I read Jack Welch’s books on his days as GE CEO, one thing that stood out to me was his close working relationship with the head of HR for exactly that which Brogan bemoans–talent development. Where does your company stand? What are you doing for your own development? (As for me, I’ve never stopped learning. It’s too much fun.)