Remote leadership requires a significant shift from the traditional command-and-control mindset to a mindset of a coach, facilitator or enabler.
It is troubling that those who get promoted into their first formalized leadership position do not get the time and resources needed to be successful.
As 2019 drew to a close, the same event was being played out across thousands of offices across the country: the annual performance review. Here’s the catch: A growing number of people are suggesting that the system of annual performance reviews is...
Employee engagement is a hot topic, and rightly so. With unemployment rates low, employers are not only finding it difficult to attract quality applicants; they are also looking for innovative ways to engage and retain their current workforce.
Cornerstone OnDemand, Inc. (NASDAQ: CSOD), a global leader in the cloud-based learning, talent management and emerging talent experience market, announced today that Cornerstone Conversations will soon be generally available.
Imagine, at the end of a day of training, knowing you were impactful, the attendees had new actions to take, and they left with the confidence they could take those actions. That is the definition of a satisfied trainer.
Coaching employees is not what it used to be. In response to the demands of the knowledge economy, workplace coaching is no longer about giving directions; it’s about helping employees take ownership. Yet few managers know how to do that.
The way people work has changed dramatically. Gone are the days of large, stable organizations and strict 9-to-5, Monday through Friday schedules. Now, people work anywhere they have Wi-Fi.