Ongoing, diligent, immersive, fresh discovery has never been a more vital prerequisite. Change is everywhere — and impacts everything.
The most popular webinars of 2019 shared insights for learning leaders to improve training and performance at their organizations. Each webinar is available to watch on demand.
Resilience is an important skill for individuals and teams within organizations. In modern workplaces, where disruption, innovation and organizational change are the norm, the ability to cope with stress and unexpected challenges is critical.
From working long hours to delivering bad news to a lack of work-life balance, the health care field presents a unique set of challenges for health care workers of all types, from neurosurgeons to non-clinical health care staff.
We may not know exactly which technical skills organizations will need in five years’ time, but soft skills will always be in demand. Here are three of the soft skills leaders can work on today to ensure they are equipped for the future.
Well-being and resilience programs should go deeper and last longer than a quick fix. Here are three observations about how organizations can truly build well-being and resilience at work, rather than simply applying trendy ideas.
How can we better predict effective learning application? With its long-term impacts on performance and culture, grit might be the answer.
The business context is changing rapidly, and leadership development needs to change with it. If not, it risks becoming ineffective at preparing leaders for today’s digital economy.
Resilience is a toughness that allows sales professionals to bounce back from inevitable rejection; to keep prospecting during a dry patch; and to pick themselves up, dust themselves off and keep going when they lose a sizable deal.
Resilience is growth as a whole person – a learned fitness for life, work and education. Through resilience skills, we master the ability to bounce from adversity, connect with others, and discover flow in our life and work.