There are quotes about leadership all over the Internet. Your employer probably has a few posted in the office. We look to leaders for inspiration, direction, and drive in our government, workplace, churches, and households. We have this misconception that leaders are bold, outspoken, and easy to follow. However, great leaders can also be introverts
From a rough day at the office to a bad breakup, we all can relate to the power that motivational quotes can have on our state of mind. We are most open to change when we feel change is needed. So, we scour the internet when we have had a hard day to find that
Have you ever had a crisis at work, but couldn’t fix it because that issue’s go-to person was out of the office? Have you had to deal with an understaffed department or team? Some managers cite situations like these as reasons for cross-training their employees. According to The Balance contributor F. John Reh, “cross-training is training
After the third time Hank was passed over for a promotion in favor of hiring an outside candidate, he left to start his own software company. Hank vowed that his own company would not repeat the mistakes of his previous employer, specifically when it came to professional development. He wanted to help his employees grow.
MicroLearning is very popular in corporate training these days. In fact, some argue that this concept has been reduced to a mere buzzword, while others claim it’s a panacea for any training woes. MicroLearning is neither: it remains an important method of training that, while widely applicable, is not perfect for every situation or audience.
Soft skills, defined as interpersonal skills that describe how people relate and interact with others, are important for successful companies. Unfortunately, many executives don’t see the value in investing in soft skills training.. This is usually due to misconceptions about why soft skills matter. Here are six reasons why soft skills should matter to your
Corporate training and elearning are both focused on delivering the resources necessary for improving your team’s knowledge and technique. But how do you ensure your team will apply what they have learned? How do you know if a training module is still effective in today’s world? The answer to this is actually #1 on eLearning
This guest post was written by Jackie Edwards. Now working as a writer, Jackie started her career in IT and software development, but after becoming a mom refocused and decided to spend more time with her family. When she’s not writing, she volunteers for a number of local mental health charities and also has a menagerie