Whether it’s your company party, association festivities, or celebration with family and friends, a holiday party is an opportunity to have fun but also to network. Networking at holiday shindigs can be different from traditional business gatherings.
Have you ever considered the competencies you need to perform your job effectively? Which skills are most important for training managers to develop, and how can you be sure you are cultivating them appropriately?
While lesson planning takes more time and effort to prepare them during the development process, it is a worthwhile investment. It solidifies the structure of the course and confirms what you need to create a successful learning experience.
You are probably familiar with the word multitasking. However, you might not have come across the terms switch-tasking and single-tasking. The word multi-tasking is often used incorrectly by people who are actually referring to switch-tasking.
Workplace bullying is legal in the U.S., despite its similarity to illegal harassment. Both behaviors feel like a condition of employment, and both are pervasive enough that a reasonable person would consider them intimidating, hostile or abusive.
Companies that want to thrive in today’s fast-changing and competitive environment desperately need people who can both create and execute effectively. But how do creative people become creative? Is there a secret sauce or strategy involved?
All too easily, moments of anxiety and stress can overwhelm us and have us feeling like our world is crashing down around our ears. This feeling isn’t reserved for big, life-changing moments. It can happen at any point during the day.
The convergence of new regulations and increasing economic pressures are compelling many organizations toward the conclusion that continuing to manage all — or even the majority — of HR and L&D processes manually is no longer possible.