Dubbed the “Frasier of the Cubicles” by the San Francisco Chronicle, Dr. Greg is a former clinical psychologist-turned CEO and media workplace and executive coach. He presides over an executive talent firm, providing coaching for executives and Fortune 500 companies. A unique mix of psychology and coaching expertise gives Dr. Greg a great understanding of people and what it takes for career success. Combined with his keen insight into today’s workplace, and infused with his trademark quick wit, Dr. Greg challenges his clients to reach for career success on their own terms—and to have a good time doing it.
Content Featuring Dr. Gregory Ketchum
Explore how to develop and select content that promotes the highest level of employee engagement and involve learners in the design of your learning and development content and offerings.
Trying to create learning content from the ground up relies on a coordinated and collaborative effort. But more than that it requires a thoughtful strategy for engaging the learner. Listen as Dr. Greg Ketchum, frequent collaborator with HCI, ...Read more
Learn how to encourage knowledge sharing, gather feedback, and pass along insights through digital/remote/e-coaching technologies, all without taking employees away from core functions.
What are we really talking about when we talk about change? And more to the point - what is HR supposed to do about it? Recent HCI research on HR's Role in Change Managment suggests that facilitation of change through people processes is the ...Read more
You may find yourself struggling to make learning delivery align with business strategy. And you might find yourself being asked to deliver training that you know won't be effective. And you might ask yourself how can I fix this? Find out how you can stop letting the days go by without being a part of the big changes in L&D.
Learn how to build a new model of enterprise learning and development that is designed for mobile enabled learning and discover how to build an audience that will remain engaged in the content.
At many organizations, a historical focus on developing hard, tactical skills has left a gap in leadership talent that, now more than ever, requires new skills and competencies to lead and engage their multi-talented, multi-generational ...Read more
Learn how to connect your personal leadership development to the success of your team and organization.