[FLR] What Apple Teaches In Its Ultra-Secretive Training | Friday Leadership Report

Happy Friday, 


Like many of us, I grew up on Sesame Street. Jim Henson and his team created a creative, interesting and memorable way for us to learn our “ABCs.” 


Next week is National Learn @ Work Week. According to the Conference Board of Canada only 31% of employees receive formalized workplace training. Watson Wyatt Worldwide discovered in their research, that companies that took training seriously, have on average a 30% higher shareholder return than their peers. Investing in people is just plain good business.


Business Insider | What Apple Teaches Employees In Its Ultra-Secretive Training Program


FastCompany | “I” is for Innovation – Sesame’s Street Keeps Evolving


HBR | Employee Training Needs More than a Script




CJ | How Tim Hortons Keeps Learning (& Changing…)

TED | Training the Brains of Psychopaths: Daniel Reisel 


“No one has ever asked us why we should invest in our people. 
Our leaders just assume it’s the right thing to do.” 
Prasad Setty, VP of People Analytics & Compensation Google

Leading, along the road with you!




P.S. Join our complimentary CareerClass webinar: Leadership Begins With You | Learn.Grow.Succeed! Tuesday, September 30, 2014 – 12:00pm – 12:45pm.  Click here to register and learn more.


P.P.S. Did you know that CareerJoy’s Leadership Identity Program can help your organization identify and develop employees with emerging leadership potential? Our team has all the tools you need to bring your talent development strategy to the next level.