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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
Cross-cultural training is not only useful for employees from different cultures and ethnicities to work together but it is also necessary for employees to learn how to handle certain situations that are raised by customers from diverse cultures, religions, and ethnicities.
I came across an article last week that got me thinking. The piece, “When Does Workplace Wellness Become Coercive?” resonates with me because I think I have the potential to, myself, become a coercer—and that may not be a bad thing. I have a great idea that will make our population much healthier, but many will be angry with me when I share it: I want companies to receive monetary incentives from the federal government to hire and retain only non-smoking employees.
Recent research findings show that well-designed International Corporate-Sponsored Volunteer (ICV) programs build participants’ cultural agility and their sense of social responsibility, helping to deliver a deeper understanding of critical issues in key emerging markets.
One-third of companies spend zero dollars on onboarding, which results in one-third of employees failing to meet company expectations in relation to productivity, according to Allied HR services. This suggests that a little investment in onboarding can go a long way toward grooming a future executive.
It’s time to stop holding out for people to be physically co-located, sitting down for face-to-face one-on-ones, or betting on video-based conferencing and teleconferencing to carry the day. Here are two straightforward strategies to help speed up your culture change efforts.
The rules and etiquette that are part of the game of golf provide lessons in life itself. Golf requires skill, but just as importantly, it asks the player to have integrity, to have emotional self-discipline, and to show care and respect for fellow players.
This five-week virtual guided learning journey is a blend of self-paced study, team participation, and weekly live Webinars where participants work together to describe, discuss, design, challenge, invent, and pilot their own business models and value propositions on actual customer projects.
Perhaps sooner than we imagine, we will train machines that continue learning through interacting with other humans in different environments. In turn, the machines will train us on how to train them to get the best value out of human-machine collaboration.