Training Day Blog

Reigniting Excitement About Workplace Learning

If organizations allowed employees to choose the topics of most of their learning hours, instead of requiring specific trainings, workforce learning engagement and enthusiasm could hit all-time highs.

Preventing “Quiet Quitting”

Setting boundaries to reclaim work-life balance and sanity makes sense, but ghosting work responsibilities is not acceptable.

Does Your Team Lack Inter-Brain Synchrony?

Perhaps part of the hiring process should include e-mail exchanges with everyone the candidate would work with if they were hired in order to obtain information on how the person communicates and works through challenges with others.

Employees Wary of Being Whistleblowers

A new survey by Gartner found that around half of employees do not choose to speak up when they witness, or learn about, misconduct in the workplace.

Should Emojis Be Used in Business Communications?

Getting feedback when you need it should be easier than ever with our many communication channels in the modern world. But it’s not easier if we start substituting pictures for words.

Do Organizations Need Workplace Well-Being Plans?

The World Health Organization has offered three key recommendations to prevent mental health problems from arising, or worsening, at work.

What Areas of Needed Sensitivity Are You Overlooking?

Along with race and ethnicity, inclusion means not just gender identification, but including people with different levels of physical capacity and those who think differently (such as people with autism and other neuro-diversities).

Training to Admit You’re Wrong

How do you create and train a culture that honestly evaluates the impact of important decisions and then nimbly changes course when necessary, with decision-makers readily admitting when they are wrong?

How Do You Know If You Have a Fair Workplace?

Lack of information sharing is a key indicator of an unfair workplace.

What Happens When Remote Employees Feel Left Out?

A friendly work culture that emphasizes interpersonal connection is hard to replicate remotely.

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