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Breaking Bad Habits

Procrastination, micromanagement, and tardiness are just a few of the bad habits your workforce—and you—might struggle with.

Work routines become so ingrained in us, it’s hard to change, but training yourself, and your employees, to instill better habits can create a more robust workforce.

Learner Experience

The learner experience may be as important to Learning and Development (L&D) as the user experience is to software companies. In fact, it’s a key factor in determining whether L&D remains relevant.

Once bounded by the duration and content of specific courses, the learner experience is growing to include the overall learning environment within the organization. That means efforts before, during, and after the training must be considered to help ensure learning can be sustained and retained.

Mindfulness

Mindfulness training is making its way into the corporate world. More than just a stress management tool for busy executives, the act of becoming aware and centered now is seen as a valuable business skill.

Mindfulness long has been touted as a stress-relief tool. Is there a practical case for teaching all employees the ancient art of calming one’s mind to address business objectives?

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Is There a Good Way to Disagree at Work?

One rule of thumb is to try and keep emotions in check—if one person gets upset, it will only elevate the pressure in the room, pushing others to also raise their tempers.

What Hamilton Has in Common With Your Classroom

Like the theater, the classroom is one of the last places people put their phones away, and one of the last places where we have a common experience together. And just like in the theater, our classrooms are filled with people of diverse races, religious backgrounds, and generations.

Rising Above the Turbulence: A Meditation for the New Year

To meet the aspirations we have for both our personal and professional lives, we must pay attention to our higher selves. In other words, we must be clear about what nourishes our souls, hearts, and minds.

Inclusivity: No More Hidden Figures

We are living in a time when prejudice of many kinds is becoming normalized. If businesses want to thrive in our hyper-competitive world, they need talent, talent, and more talent. That means inclusive cultures must be the norm.

What Is the Price of Bored Employees?

Actively disengaged employees cost the United States from $483 billion to $605 billion each year in lost productivity, according to the Gallup organization’s newly released 2017 State of the American Workplace report.

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Becoming a Strategic Leader

While defining direction, it’s essential that managers refrain from detailing or micromanaging the specific actions that must be taken, though they certainly continue to hold their team members or subordinates accountable.

Must Be Something Ideate

Effective improvisation is not some abstract, touchy-feely, let’s-hold-hands-and-skip-through-a-field-of-poppies philosophy, but is instead a simple, honest, results-driven approach to communication. This is especially true for ideation.

The Secret to Employee Engagement—Engaging the Head AND the Heart

For employees to feel a true sense of passion and engagement with their organization/position, just checking the boxes of whether or not they have the requisite experience/skills is not enough to forecast levels of true excitement about and connection to the work and the workplace.

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Training Top 125

Minneapolis, MN (November 18, 2014)—Training magazine, the leading business publication for learning and development professionals, today announced the finalists for the annual Training Top 125, which ranks companies’ excellence in employer-sponsored training and development programs.

From the Editor

I have a bad habit of not being “in the moment.” Instead, I tend to think too far ahead, trying to plan for every possible contingency—one of the hazards of being an editor (and a Virgo), I’m told.

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