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Is Diversity Training Too Narrowly Focused?

4 min read
What would true workplace diversity look like? When asked this question, many people tend to describe an image of an ethnically diverse team with an equal amount of men and women. However, workplace diversity covers more than race and gender.

Corporate Citizenship for Modern Times

4 min read
It’s now generally agreed that maximizing profits is an insufficient achievement to offset harm to the environment, employee well-being and the common good. Companies are accountable to employees, shareholders, their communities and society at large.

Is Time the Biggest Obstacle for Training?

3 min read
Employees want to learn and grow, but they simply don’t have the time to do it. We live in a busy world, but is time the real culprit? Is it truly what’s stopping employees from attending and completing training?

Don’t Forget to Pencil in Self-care

3 min read
Throughout my professional career, I have seen the topic of self-care come up rarely. It’s a shame, because it is not a nice-to-have; it is crucial to my well-being. Life is busy, and the workplace can be overwhelming.

How to Handle Stress

2 min read
All of us experience stress from time to time. A certain amount of positive stress (known as “eustress”) motivates us, but too much negative stress has a detrimental impact on our lives.

Keep Social Noise at Bay

4 min read
The realization might have crept up on you slowly over the past several months or, more likely, years: It is becoming harder to command the attention of your audience. Regardless of training, it seems as if more learners have difficulty paying attention.