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The prevailing approach to leadership today – and to business in general – is to focus on short-term performance rather than long-term results. This short-term focus means we’re often forced to be more transactional than strategic in our work.
When you start to think about designing a new training program, is your first thought something like this? “We have this knowledge about X. Our job is to try to find a way to cram all of it into people’s heads as quickly as possible.”

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Addressing Ethics in Training

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Many employers like to think employee ethics are straightforward and common sense, but tricky situations and pressures can arise. That’s why it’s important to address ethics during training.

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When you start to think about designing a new training program, is your first thought something like this? “We have this knowledge about X. Our job is to try to find a way to cram all of it into people’s heads as quickly as possible.”

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Leadership

The prevailing approach to leadership today – and to business in general – is to focus on short-term performance rather than long-term results. This short-term focus means we’re often forced to be more transactional than strategic in our work.

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The Role of Sales Training in a Successful Growth Strategy

3 min read
Most businesses have growth as one of their key strategic goals. Developing a growth strategy is the first step in ensuring success, and making sure you have the sales talent in place to carry out that strategy is critical.

Strategy, Alignment and Planning

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