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Nothing was noticeably wrong when energy utility consulting firm E Source launched its culture survey in 2017. “We weren’t trying to fix anything,” recalls VP of Operations Kym Wootton. Yet, it turns out that things actually did need fixing. The survey revealed gaps between employees’ ideal corporate culture and the E Source culture.

A look at what organizations can do to help employees love their work and propel themselves and their companies to success.

Training magazine is bringing its popular Innovations in Training (IIT) event to Dublin, Ireland, from November 7 to 9, in conjunction with the World Conference on Online Learning that takes place from November 3 to 7 at the Dublin Convention Centre.

Training magazine’s Innovations in Training Dublin will showcase new approaches to learning at work during a field trip November 7 to 9.

My father, management expert Ken Blanchard, recently celebrated his 80th birthday and released the newly revised third edition of the bestselling “Leading at a Higher Level.” As a part of the review and revision process, we checked in on some of the assumptions we have been making about good leadership to see if they still hold true.

The latest research shows how critical it is for organizations to have managers who are prepared to be positive leaders—managers who actively encourage productivity, engagement, commitment, and performance.

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Bite-Size Is the Right Size

By Sebastian Bailey, Ph.D., Co-Founder and President, Mind Gym We live in a culture of instant updates and short attention spans. We struggle to spend seconds away from our smart phones, never mind days out of the office in training. But that doesn’t mean personal development must sit on the back burner. From sermons to ancient Greek plays, piano lessons to TV documentaries, we have learned things in bite-size chunks for thousands of years. Why should training at work be any different? Bite-size Is Cheaper and More Effective

Supercompetent Speaking: Proper Presentation Attire

By Laura Stack, MBA, CSP Most business professionals quickly learn and understand the basics of presentation attire. But I’ve come to the conclusion that a many people suffer from colorblindness, complete lack taste, or else have no idea how to dress professionally. Admittedly, for a few speakers, dysfunctional dress is their shtick (you know who you are). But the rest need a quick review on image on the platform.

Where Does the Customer Experience Begin?

By Norma Jarman, Training Account Manager, Signature Worldwide Many business operators may believe the customer experience begins when the customer arrives at your place of business. However, in reality, the customer experience begins when a customer decides he or she needs a specific service or item you provide.

Engaging Employees With a Healthy Nudge

By Peter Saravis, CEO and Co-Founder, Evive Health One of the fundamental goals of any Human Resources professional is finding the most effective way to motivate employees and to engage them in ways that allow them to be their very best. But central to this simple truth is the reality that employees cannot perform as hoped if they are not healthy. And that puts corporate America at a disadvantage.

E-Learning ROI Made Easy

By Justin Ferriman, Learning and Collaboration Consultant, Accenture

How to Create and Execute a Plan for Successful Change

By John Kuhn and Mark Mullins Incredible advances in technology, communication, information processing, and globalization are occurring at a ferocious pace. As a result, many business models are requiring change, while others quickly are becoming obsolete. A growing body of research indicates that a doggedly future-focused, change-oriented mentality that integrates and embraces ongoing plans for change produces better decision-making, drives growth, and facilitates success.

How to Be a Secure Base Leader

“CARE TO DARE: Unleashing Astonishing Potential Through Secure Base Leadership” teaches leaders how to consider all the needs of their followers, providing the tools necessary to free people from the fear and pressure holding them back—and to become inspiring, energizing leaders. By George Kohlrieser, Ph.D.; Susan Goldsworthy; and Duncan Coombe, Ph.D.

Learning Built From Local Needs Up

By Thomas Berglund, Director of Learning, Lumesse One of the inevitable challenges for any business that grows to operate on a global level is how to remain relevant locally—how do you embrace everything that access to global markets, economies of scale, and international exposure brings, without losing home-grown skills and focus?

Setting Expectations

In her recent book “IT’S YOUR BUSINESS,” JJ Ramberg, host of the MSNBC program, Your Business,shares tips she’s gathered from six years of interviews with business owners across the country, and from running her own company, http://www.GoodSearch.com. Her book features many tips that could be instrumental in training, including the following: TIP #61: Have “expectations meetings” with your employees.

Talent Acquisition, Development, and Retention in Emerging Markets

By Frank Waltmann, Ph.D., Head, Corporate Learning, Novartis The business environment in emerging markets for the next 10 to 20 years will be challenging due to talent shortages and fierce competition for competent, trained employees. A strong leadership brand may be just the elixir as data continues to show talent looks for, and places a high value on, personal and professional growth when choosing where to build a career.

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