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.
Let’s face it: The word “training” is a trap. Are we really in the “training” business? Why training? Do we want people to slavishly follow directions, or do we want them to be idea generators and problem solvers?
Local Surprise Trainer and Coach, Mary Mitchell, Executive Director for the John Maxwell Team, has launched the new "My" Leadership Program" for businesses with 2-50 employees.
Research has found that women face disadvantages in the leadership development opportunities offered to them, when compared men. It's important to ensure that women at all levels can access professional development that builds critical leadership skills.
The ability to connect and collaborate with colleagues to solve difficult problems is a differentiator, and coaching-based solutions are proving popular ways of developing these skills. Coaching people together in groups helps improve business performance.
Where feedback is actually practiced, results have been positive: Many leaders at all levels are happy to see how useful employees find it and to see its impact on business results and employee retention.
ExecVision, the only conversation intelligence platform purpose-built for driving behavior change, today unveiled Coaching Plans, enabling sales managers and leaders to have a single system of accountability for changing rep behavior.
BetterUp, the company that pioneered mobile coaching to help all workers live their lives with optimal clarity, purpose and passion, is convening a Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Advisory Board of leading business, workforce and human resource (HR) experts.
It is important to ensure that as people work toward goals, they realize that there is a difference between expertise and opinion. Keep in mind the words of John F. Kennedy: “Too often, we enjoy the comfort of opinion without the discomfort of...