Tag: "training"

Moving Leaders to Invest in Learning: The Strategic Imperative

Andrew Carnegie, the famous Scottish-American industrialist, spoke volumes about the true heartbeat of organizations—people are the linchpins that make the difference in whether organizations flourish or fade. However, while organizations consistently purchase new equipment and technologies to offer superior products and services, investing in employee development is sometimes an afterthought.

Great Reads to Lead The Way in Learning

Reading remains the most available, affordable and practical way to develop ourselves and our interactions with others. Here are two books that have a great deal to teach us about learning, mindfulness, professional development, leadership, and coaching in organizations.

Are Your Newest Hires Trained to Work Safe?

As a supervisor or manager, making sure new employees are familiar with onsite safety procedures and work practices can be an important place to start with your new or young workers.

Motivation vs. Management: Leading in the Mobile Era

Traditional leadership training—even really good, progressive, science-based leadership training—is not addressing the global skills gap that organizations are experiencing when their managers are faced with managing remote teams. Whether you have direct reports that live nearby but work 90 per cent from home or employees based in regions nation or worldwide, managing remotely relies much more on written communication than face-to-face interaction, a fact that many managers struggle with.

Orbital learning rather than linear learning

If you’ve ever designed a training program you’ll understand the pressure to have it go from A to B to C in a logical linear way. This works well for subjects that are logical and linear. Is management like that? Not very often.

Sharing the Responsibility: Seeding the Recruitment Mindset

As much as human resources professionals appreciate and value the recruitment and selection process within an organization, we all know what an onerous task it can be when it is the sole responsibility of the HR person or team.

Is Your Company Compass Aimed to Recruit?

To recruit and retain good employees, companies need to take an objective look at company culture to see how employees of all ages are included, treated and also portrayed in advertising and internal and external communications.

Five Steps to Sustain Professional Development

As opposed to technical training that would be specific to a particular role, EQ covers every relationship that employees have, both professionally and personally; that makes it crucial to turn the takeaways of this training into real life practice and immediate benefits in employee and client relationships, productivity and efficiency. Here are five tips to help turn interpersonal skills education into solid learning.

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