Public relations disasters can come out of nowhere in the corporate world. How can you make certain that no executives will be indicted for enriching themselves at the expense of your employees and/or the public? That no whistleblower will be punished for calling out questionable ethics? That no staff members will have fifteen minutes of
Do you socialize with your coworkers outside of the office or do you keep to yourselves? Is your CEO on a first-name basis with each employee or do staff members only address one another formally? Does your dress code mandate blazers year-round or is the dress code itself more like a list of suggestions? Does
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.
As modern industries continually evolve, they require their workers to do so as well. Modern employees in just about every industry–communications, finance, healthcare, etc.–must keep pace with this evolution and update their skillsets. How can your employees master the skills they need in as little time as possible? Josh Kaufman, author and business coach, has devised