Online collaborative learning gives employees the chance to interact with each other, learn from each other’s projects, absorb and reflect upon new ideas, ask questions and receive answers from both peers and subject matter experts, and progress.
There is a simple and often overlooked solution to early turnover and the high costs incurred in replacing lost employees: introducing leadership training during the onboarding process.
Join us for the second of this two-part, complimentary Training Industry webinar series for more insights on the four competencies of the Situational Leadership® Model.
Join us for this two-part, complimentary Training Industry webinar series to learn how leaders can be more effective in their attempts to influence by integrating the four competencies of the Situational Leadership® Model.
While skills are indeed critical for employee and manager development, skills alone will not suffice. The solution requires an intentional focus on two important factors in leadership development programming: emotional engagement and vertical development.
Influential communication skills aren’t easy. If they were, everyone would command attention, respect and the ability to influence others to act upon what they had to say. Poor communication skills run rampant, costing time and productivity.
Instead of presenting soft skills as desired qualifications of potential employees, we should promote their value and require all potential and current employees to develop and nurture them. Here are some of the reasons why.
Leadership is more important than ever before, yet true leaders are in short supply. There is a huge crisis of confidence in leaders. Since the financial crash of 2008, distrust in leaders has dramatically increased. Only one-third of people trust leaders.