May / June 2018View Digital Edition
And four practical steps to build an effective learning environment.
What it takes to achieve and maintain social leadership status.
If we as instructors focus on progress instead of perfection, it makes it easier for our learners to do the same thing.
This behind-the-scenes look at the T18 MicroLearn experience shows you what is possible when you rethink how you provide support to your employees every day.
A major biopharmaceutical organization wanted the same results of trust, action items, relationship building, cultural awareness, respect, and understanding from an in-person program to be replicated virtually.
Getting acquainted with the geography, nomenclature, and culture of the different Caribbean islands will show respect to training participants and give trainers credibility.
The survey response scale we commonly see today (Strongly Disagree, Disagree, Neutral, Agree, Strongly Agree) is a close version of the original scale social psychologist Rensis Likert developed 85 years ago.
Nothing is ever as easy as you think it will be.
Ingagement starts with a belief that when you align people and create an organization where everyone works together in partnership, that organization becomes vastly more successful.
When was the last time you had a checkup for your leadership abilities— your raw skills as a leader? Here are five key elements you should look at.