No one likes being critiqued. But giving constructive feedback is a core leadership task and necessary to help team members develop professionally.
It’s now imperative for learning and development (L&D) teams to create frequent and diverse learning opportunities for employees.
Through microlearning, employees can stay engaged through individualized learning, effective coaching and the opportunity for continuous upskilling.
Let’s take a look at the skills leaders need to promote a people-focused work environment.
Too often, inclusive leadership training fails to drive true change. Here are six tips that can help you develop inclusive leaders and improve business outcomes as a result.
Upskilling is an investment in employee retention by supporting personal and professional development. Top performers can be challenging to find, making it essential to increase their productivity, motivation and morale.
Hybrid work is not the new kid on the block. The proportion of people working in a hybrid work environment has slowly increased over time, facilitated by advances in technology and the COVID-19 pandemic.