In the digital age, soft skills like emotional intelligence are only becoming more important. Fortunately, the digital age presents innovative and effective ways of helping employees develop those skills, as well.
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Growth and development happen with discomfort, and discomfort is usually accompanied by failure. Leaders, trainers and educators must approach the process of development with failure.
Every Monday morning, employees come to work looking forward to being productive and driving growth, yet numerous frustrations seep into their day, and they become non-performers.
Here are four different paths to ROI through coaching and self-improvement.
Resiliency has become a more essential competence in the workplace. How might we, as leaders, build resiliency across our organizations?
Recent surveys show that confusion still exists within the C-suite regarding what constitutes a cyber risk and what they need to do to prevent the risk. Other surveys have shown that in terms of cyber practice, the C-suite constitutes a significant threat.
Do you know your people? Do you really understand what makes them tick and motivates them to come to work every day? Conversely, do you know what would make them leave your organization?
To move forward and expand your leadership potential, you must connect to and use four essentials: belonging, passion, purpose and failure.
Recently, our training department of two was given a limited and budget tasked with creating a leadership training program for front- to mid-line managers in a nearly 90-year-old organization with a 450-person, predominantly contract-based workforce.