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  • Leadership
  • How Managers Add Value, Part 3: Redirecting Regression

    This is the third and final blog in the series, “How Managers Add Value.” The first blog addressed the role of the manager in helping others develop task-specific competence, while...

  • Workforce Development
  • Building Your Business Credibility

    What’s the difference between a strong training leader and a strong business leader who happens to lead a training...

  • Sales
  • Why Customization is Key in a Sales Training Program

    There’s no such thing as a one-size-fits-all sales team, so it shouldn’t come as a surprise that off-the-shelf sales training programs aren’t nearly as effective as customized...

  • Content Development
  • Learning Architecture: How L&D Can Improve the Bottom Line

    Today, more than ever, C-Suite executives are charged with delivering more with less while leading increasingly complex organizations in a rapidly changing, risk ridden, global...

  • Workforce Development
  • Handling a Polar Vortex On the Job

    The polar vortex is an evocative phrase that fosters important insights when we look at it from a non-meteorological perspective and how these forces show up in our...

  • Outsourcing
  • The Building Blocks of Service Level Agreements

    Best practices dictates that a good agreement between a buyer and seller should include a service level agreement (SLA) as part of that...

  • Leadership
  • How Managers Add Value, Part 2: Building Willingness

    This blog is the second in a three-part series on “How Managers Add Value.” The first focused on a manager’s role in helping others build task-specific...

  • Workforce Development
  • Inserting Some YOLO into Your Workflow

    The millennial generation has adopted the slogan “you only live once,” or YOLO. This often mocked mantra represents this generation’s deep desire to dive in and experience life first-hand. A...

  • Coaching
  • Coaching: A Bridging Tool for HR and Talent Management?

    Coaching has been around for thousands of years. Ancient Olympians had coaches to help them train and prepare for competition. Socrates lost his life for...

  • Workforce Development
  • 4 Types of Communication Challenges in Multicultural Organizations

    As noted in my previous blog, employees with diverse backgrounds have different interpretations of languages, signs and other forms of...

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