Resilience is the capacity to respond to change and disruption in a flexible and innovative manner. In the face of adversity, resilient organizations maintain productivity while minimizing the emotional toll on their employees.
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While the pandemic has forced a shift in our lives, we must remember the importance of flexibility, communication and empathy.
Placing a focus on learning and development (L&D) has helped us avoid the monotony of working from home and maintain a happy and motivated workforce.
This year taught us that no one can predict the future with any real certainty. However, we can anticipate that 2021 will bring continued change, both in business and in life.
All organizations need cybersecurity training in order to prevent attacks — because if a business has money transactions, it is a target for criminals.
The ability to minimize, monitor and control the probability or impact of unfortunate events sounds pretty good, right? Add the ability to maximize the realization of opportunities, and it sounds even better.
Online training is well established. Whether it’s a how-to video, open and free courses, or closed and paid courses, many people are regularly learning online. One of the most underappreciated aspects of the future of online training is accessibility.
Leaders immersed in scandal and crisis often compound the issue with miscalculated, underwhelming or egregious responses and poor problem-solving. How are organizations currently training for successful internal and external reputation risk management?
Offering a wellness package for employees has become the new normal. While employee wellness programs have noble intentions, they tend to emphasize physical well-being and neglect the equally important area of mental health.
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.