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Growing A Virtual Experiential Learning Company

Abilitie is a virtual experiential learning company that develops award-winning corporate leadership development and mini-MBA programs for rising leaders and executives around the world.

Matthew Confer on A Better HR Business podcast

With 40+ Fortune 500 clients including Marriott, Coca-Cola, GE, and Southwest Airlines, and programs delivered in over 30 countries, Abilitie is a rapidly growing leader in the leadership development and executive education market.

Abilitie’s VP of Strategy, Matthew Confer, joined me on the A Better HR Business show to talk about the business, their clients, and their growth plans, and much more.

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Growing A Leadership & Learning Consultancy – With Greg Kinnaird

One of my favourite aspects of working in HR is the opportunity to observe. You’re often in a unique position to stand back and see what’s going on within an organisation and then help drive change to take things forward.

My guest on this podcast episode is one of the best observers and leadership change experts around.

Greg Kinnaird is an expert consultant, facilitator, and author whose business, Corporate Learning Solutions, partners with organisations throughout South-East Asia, South Africa, United Arab Emirates, and Europe to help develop their high potential leaders.

Greg joined me on the A Better HR Business podcast to talk about:

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Growing A Learning Organisation – Walk The Ridge

Watch the evening news any night of the week and you’re likely to see signs of society becoming more polarised. In some countries, it’s almost become toxic. That’s why I was so interested to learn more about a new learning program that seeks to bring about inclusion, trust, and belonging. I asked Steve Ambrose, Co-Founder of Walk The Ridge, to tell me about the program and to share his thoughts on growing a learning organisation.

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