Dr. Tim Rahschulte, CEO of the Professional Development Academy, has identified a growing and persistent problem in today’s corporate reality – a lack of adequate leadership training for frontline managers.
What separates a Machiavellian approach from a genuine desire to manage with less “in-your-face” control and direction is the genuine desire to foster others’ self-motivation and ability to lead. You can be lead from behind without even knowing it.
In 2008, Google sought to answer a common question that many companies ask: What makes a great manager? Its leaders not only wanted to hire great people but also develop great managers.
A foundational soft skill in a manager’s leadership toolkit is “noticing,” a hard-to-teach soft skill responsible for increasing leadership effectiveness, navigating change, and leading through complex and ambiguous times with agility.
Sandler Training is pleased to announce the addition of Gregory Ray as the company's Chief Operating Officer. They have now added a third specialized area – the technology sector, with a customized curriculum of workbooks, Sandler Online, and other...
Harvard Business Publishing Corporate Learning and Degreed today announced a partnership to help organizations address their most critical talent development and skill gaps through a personalized, learner-driven solution.