What are the soft skills that young employees are missing that their older colleagues value the most? They can be boiled down to some key behaviors in three “old-fashioned” categories: professionalism, critical thinking and followership.
A global movement is taking place in the C-suites of thousands of innovative organizations. The question the leaders of these organizations ask themselves is, “How can we create more human leadership and people-centered cultures?"
It’s easy to understand why the modern workforce doesn’t get excited about training initiatives. Sure, they are the end consumer and the people organizations want to upskill, but rarely are training initiatives truly about them.
Explore how the Pearman uses Jung’s work to enable you to understand your natural talents, your learned talents and how to learn to be more agile in using them.
Knowing how your behavior affects others helps you adjust it when needed, and when teams use personality assessments it can help them work more effectively together.
Conflict in the workplace is unavoidable. The typical manager spends 25-40% of his or her time dealing with workplace conflict (that is 1-2 days every workweek).