Exploring Remote Internships: Part 2: Learning Outcomes and Duration

Exploring Remote Internships: Part 2: Learning Outcomes and Duration With L&D Expert, Debora Jeske Notes on contributor: Debora Jeske is a work and organizational psychologist in Berlin, Germany with experience in higher education and industry. In addition, she is an adjunct senior lecturer in the School of Applied Psychology at University College Cork, Ireland. She

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5 Mistakes Made by Remote Workers

5 Mistakes Made by Remote Workers This article was created following our webinar on Resilience & Remotability: Indispensable Skills for the New Normal delivered by high-performance expert, Owen Fitzpatrick. If you'd like to watch the webinar in full, click here. **************************************** The dramatic increase in remote workers across the globe has hit almost all industries

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The Great Switch – Negative Prices Are Forcing Traders To Change Their Derivatives Pricing Models

The Great Switch – Negative Prices Are Forcing Traders To Change Their Derivatives Pricing Models Amid widespread economic uncertainty and increasingly volatile markets, derivatives traders have seen the prices of underlyings such as oil turn negative – a previously unimaginable scenario. Faced with negative prices, traditional derivatives pricing models, which assume positive prices, are no

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Governments Are Borrowing At Record Rates, But Yields Remain Low (For Now)

Governments Are Borrowing At Record Rates, But Yields Remain Low (For Now) As governments around the world roll out enormous stimulus programs in a bid to resuscitate their pandemic-hit economies, government debt issuance has hit record levels. Yet, despite double-digit budget deficits around the world, yields on government debt remain low. Indeed, in some large

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Exploring Remote Internships: Part 1: The Future of Work

Exploring Remote Internships: Part 1: The Future of Work With L&D Expert, Debora Jeske Notes on contributor Debora Jeske is a work and organizational psychologist in Berlin, Germany with experience in higher education and industry. In addition, she is an adjunct senior lecturer in the School of Applied Psychology at University College Cork, Ireland. She

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eLearning Effectiveness for Finance

eLearning Effectiveness for Finance Disruptions such as the rise of FinTech along with the dramatic shift toward virtual environments as a result of the coronavirus are driving the importance of continuous learning and skill (re)development. To deal with these disruptive forces, finance organizations must ensure their workforce is adaptable to changes in the industry. By

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Adaptation to The New Normal – Practical Challenges & Tips

Adaptation to The New Normal – Practical Challenges & Tips The COVID-19 pandemic has heightened uncertainty around the globe, over the economy, health, finances, travel, and employment. While many factors during this period remain outside of our control, it is key to adapt to these changes and navigate the future proactively. Embracing the current situation,

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Explaining the Growth of eLearning

Explaining the Growth of eLearning Recent decades have seen a significant increase in demand for eLearning. The development of new technologies presents the opportunity for individuals to gain new skills in an easy and flexible way. Even before the pandemic, eLearning was forecast to grow significantly in the next five years to a $350 billion

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