Recognition

Awards

CHC worked with T-Mobile to develop Career Advantage, a top-talent program for entry-level individual contributors. The five-month microlearning curriculum focuses on core leadership skills needed to prepare for the next level. CHC also developed the follow-on six-month microlearning top-talent program, NXTLVL, which prepares experienced high-potential individual contributors for people-manager roles. These manager-readiness programs won two Brandon Hall Awards in 2019: a bronze for Excellence in Talent Management in the category Best Unique or Innovative Talent Management Program and a silver for Excellence in Learning in the Best Use of Video for Learning category.
CHC worked with T-Mobile to develop Career Advantage, a top-talent program for entry-level individual contributors. The five-month microlearning curriculum focuses on core leadership skills needed to prepare for the next level. CHC also developed the follow-on six-month microlearning top-talent program, NXTLVL, which prepares experienced high-potential individual contributors for people-manager roles. These manager-readiness programs won two Brandon Hall Awards in 2019: a bronze for Excellence in Talent Management in the category Best Unique or Innovative Talent Management Program and a silver for Excellence in Learning in the Best Use of Video for Learning category.
Coin Harlan’s partner Advantage Performance, and American Honda Motor Co., Inc., won a Bronze Excellence in Learning Award for Best Advance in Creating a Learning Strategy with a program called Discover Honda: Values Driving the Future. Coin Harlan helped design and execute several components of the strategy, including a new hire orientation workshop and an eLearning course for Honda dealerships.
In partnership with T-Mobile, CHC conceptualized and architected T-Mobile’s first microlearning strategy for the Leadership Development group’s high-potential leaders curricula. The solution presented learning on a daily basis, in approximately 2- to 20-minute experiences, delivered in a variety of synchronous and asynchronous formats. The program was awarded two 2017 Brandon Hall Awards; a gold for Excellence in Learning and a bronze for Excellence in Leadership Development.
In partnership with T-Mobile, CHC conceptualized and architected T-Mobile’s first microlearning strategy for the Leadership Development group’s high-potential leaders curricula. The solution presented learning on a daily basis, in approximately 2- to 20-minute experiences, delivered in a variety of synchronous and asynchronous formats. The program was awarded two 2017 Brandon Hall Awards; a gold for Excellence in Learning and a bronze for Excellence in Leadership Development.
In 2016, CHC collaborated with Pamela Meyer, author of The Agility Shift, and T-Mobile to develop a workshop that taught leaders how to be more agile in their ever-changing work environment. The approach for this two-day workshop is learning through experiencing and reflecting. It won a 2017 silver Brandon Hall Award for Excellence in Learning. An impact evaluation indicated 99 percent of respondents thought the workshop was valuable and begun applying what they learned. 78 percent reported they had produced significant and tangible business results based on concepts learned in the workshop.

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