If we seek to support instructors and trainers to excel within their profession, then we need to consider a professional development approach that demonstrates empathy for the individuals and values their role within the enterprise.
As humans, we want to be included in decisions that impact us, our teams and our organizations as a whole, but often, we leave out integral people. Intentional or not, this exclusion leads to disengagement, turnover, office gossip and avoidable errors.
People often lament that in-person conference panels are dull, lifeless and confusing, even though the best experts might be at the table and the discussion topic might be compelling.
We all make many decisions each day. Some are small and relatively easy, and we can make without thinking much about them. But there are also big decisions that can change your business and your life and utterly transform both.
With the recently launched Archways to Careers app, McDonald’s employees can now access professional development opportunities at their fingertips.
When a time-sensitive situation requires members of an organization to drop everything, act quickly and bypass the usual protocols to achieve a desired result, leaders need expert crisis negotiation skills to gain the full cooperation of their team.
For people to function optimally, they need and deserve time to unwind and recharge. To be able to enter flow, they need to recognize their individuality and discover their personalized rhythm, with supportive employers committed to healthy work practices.