Our ability to consciously manage our emotional response to a setback and transform the negative emotions we feel into more positive ones is called cognitive reappraisal.
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As learning and development (L&D) experts, it is time for us to help reframe the negative narrative about spending time online and talk, instead, about finding a healthy digital balance so that we can flourish as human beings and employees.
Even under normal circumstances, finding a new job opportunity that excites and motivates you is a challenging task. Today, with skyrocketing unemployment rates due to the coronavirus crisis, navigating the job market can feel daunting.
Most of the world is moving corporate training online due to the coronavirus pandemic. However, it’s important to remember that you cannot accomplish this migration by merely moving classroom content online.
In order to make up for the virtual disadvantage, leaders must overcompensate and work even harder to engage their audience.
As a learning leader, you are positioned to help your organization succeed during the pandemic. But you can’t drive change if you’re burned out.
Project management skills are universal skills. From the C-suite to the front line, effective project management ensures tasks are accomplished and organizational goals are met.