In 2018, it is more important than ever to engage your learners in new ways. It’s no longer enough to track participation and hope your employees come back for more.
There’s a certain sound in the air these days. It’s a collective sigh of relief that the dog-eat-dog, every-rep-for-themselves approach to sales is on the way out.
One cost of business few leaders pay attention to is the cost of a disengaged employee. Although leaders can readily identify a disengaged employee, there’s no line item on the profit and loss statement identifying its true cost.
“Culture” and “engagement” are both buzzwords in the L&D and HR fields. But what do culture and engagement mean, how do they relate to each other, and why should L&D care?
Development professionals know that communication is the backbone of a healthy company culture. A team’s ability to work through adversity and navigate healthy conflict is what separates high-performing teams from mediocrity.
It’s important to nurture the “anything is possible” mindset. Here are some tips on keeping the power of possibility alive.
Successful organizations believe that a customer-centric culture is an end rather than a means.
CultureIQ, the integrated culture management software and strategy platform that powers organizations through culture, today announced that it has secured $2.25 million of additional venture capital in a seed expansion round.