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Going Virtual

Lessons learned as sessions are moved from live events to virtual formats.

The Most Important Conversations to Have with Your Employees

As companies begin to reopen offices during the pandemic, the first leadership conversation with employees should be based in empathy and reinforcement of the message: “We care about our employees. Your health and safety is our top priority.”

Primed for Learning: Improving Cognitive Function by Managing Stress

While we may not be able to control our initial response to stress, we can learn to quickly assess the true gravity of it, and employ our rational minds to recover more quickly. This is cognitive resilience—a powerful skill for enabling effective learning.

Overconfident Leadership Is Poised to Inflict Maximum Damage

While a healthy measure of self-confidence is clearly a component of effective leadership, this is an area when there definitely can be too much of a good thing.

Training Top 10 Hall of Fame Outstanding Training Initiatives (July/August 2020)

Each year Training magazine requires all Training Top 10 Hall of Famers to submit an Outstanding Training Initiative that we share with our readers. Here are the details of Deloitte LLP’s Human-Centered Design Curriculum and McCarthy Building Companies’ Emerging Leaders Experience.

4 Pillars of Higher Morale

A manager who inspires positive morale does so best by knowing what each and every team member values. The manager then regularly does something with and for each employee that embodies that employee’s values.

How to Avoid the “F” Word: Making Soft Skills Work

Executives often label soft skills as “fluff.” But we all need soft skills. The problem is that most executives haven’t seen the value of the soft skills programs in terms they appreciate and understand.

Annual Leadership Development Survey: Developing the Hearts and Minds of Leaders

Best practices of high-performing leadership development organizations.

Leading Through a Pandemic

Tips to help leaders manage, train, and motivate today’s suddenly remote workforce.

Why Don’t People Report Sexual Harassment?

Companies need to be proactive and intentional in creating the culture that treats employees with respect and dignity. Harassment must be forbidden and resolution must come from the top of the organization.

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