Talent Development

Talent Development

What’s the next step on your path to success? What’s holding you back from achieving your full potential as a leader? Are you inspiring a collaborative, innovative team dynamic? We want to support your developmental goals and see you achieve the success you’re looking for. The iKlarity team can give you visibility into the behaviors and knowledge-gaps holding you back. We can also provide insights into team dynamics.

Learning consulting

Our unique approach to custom development uses co-design to provide solutions that:

  • Leverage inherent knowledge of groups
  • Involve target audiences in the design of the offerings
  • Innovate with creative thinking and collaborative problem-solving
  • Inspire action

Online learning solutions

Blended learning solutions

Blended learning solutions

Research continues to prove what educators have known for years – a blend of in-classroom and online environments leverage the best of both offerings and maximize time and learning efficacy.

Competency-based assessments

Competency-based assessments measure skills, abilities and knowledge using interviews, performance and project assessments, and portfolios to provide a more complete picture of an individual’s performance level. 21st century workforce skills demand greater interpersonal, socio-cultural, and technical know-how in increasingly complex, changing global environments.

Competencies are the bridge between traditional credit hour measures of student achievement and the learning revolution. Measuring competency requires nuance and the ability to recognize the subtleties involved in differentiating between novice and competent performance. iKlarity applies research-based solutions to measure employee and student performance.



Professional learning communities

It takes a conscious effort and adequate planning to build a professional learning community. Our approach to building online learning communities is based on research and proven methods for building trust, collaboration, and generative dialogue. For more information, check out this article by Dan Mindich and Ann Lieberman