Effective training benefits from the combination of well-researched academic models delivered in close alignment with practical use.
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Many organizations understand the benefits of using data to inform decisions: that it can empower employees to make more informed decisions, improve productivity and drive competitive advantage.
It’s critical for leaders to model resiliency so that employees internalize it and adapt contemporaneously — and in uncertain times like the ones we live in, it must be done with empathy, care and purpose
Change is often hard and even unwanted, but effective leaders can keep employees excited about change, engaged, informed and productive.
Becoming data-driven is a process, not an end in itself, and it requires time from both the leadership team and the employees.
Just as culture influences social behaviors, the business culture influences how people behave. As a result, for training to be effective, it must influence and become part of the business culture.
Emotional intelligence is on the mind of nearly every leader and organization seeking to be innovative, especially as newly dispersed workplaces moved into uncertain home office situations.