July / August 2014View Digital Edition
Six ways to accelerate performance and strategy with your L&D expertise.
Learning is an irreplaceable component in defining an organization’s culture to support the innovation, market adaptation, and employee engagement necessary for success.
Effective mentoring should be easy. But there are four challenges with which mentors must reckon if they are to move from a “block-checking” activity to a growth-producing result.
“The People List” is a running list of all the key people with whom you need to be engaged in a one-on-one dialogue right now.
The Olympics inspire us, with stories of hard-working and talented athletes—dynamic men and women dedicated to their chosen field. As leaders, many of us would give our eyeteeth to have a team of similarly motivated contributors.
The difference between productive leaders and regular folks is productive people are in a constant state of improvement of themselves, their systems, and their tools.
How can companies train on the skill of saying thanks for a job well done? There are three components to a training plan for effective workforce recognition.
When I first joined Training magazine in 2007, my publisher gave me a stack of magazines to read and strongly suggested I familiarize myself with Kirkpatrick’s Four Levels of Evaluation. Coming from a licensing publication, I had no idea what she was talking about.