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After my keynote at the Training 2015 Conference & Expo in Atlanta, it was clear that many of the leaders in charge of learning and human resources were already positive themselves.
New research from the front lines shows that not only is it possible to broadcast positive messages to raise business outcomes such as engagement, performance, and profitability, but that there is a scientifically based way to do it to more effectively get your message across
Employers worldwide are recognizing the increasing criticality of developing global capabilities in leaders, according to the sixth annual global leadership development survey conducted by Training, AMA, and i4cp.
It is possible to work at, practice, and become better at building effective, trusting relationships by rediscovering a fundamental truth: the power of honest, authentic, two-way human conversations at work.
The key to training success is interval reinforcement—breaking up the original learning content into digestible bite-size pieces and redistributing them to learners over and over at predefined intervals.
Wells Fargo redesigned its traditional in-person training program for new client associates to include a mentor, gamification, self-study exercises, online assessments, instructor-led sessions, and telephone observation time with different team members.
Cultural exchanges can be as complex as verbal ones, and when cultures come together in business, it’s necessary to find a common language for relating to one another on an interpersonal level, in addition to communicating ideas.
Great ideas, extraordinary teams, powerful organizations, and some exceptionally gifted and talented individuals often fail. This is principally because they haven’t even considered the possibility of failure, let alone designed an environment or processes that can help them thrive in spite of it.