In my previous post, I identified the soft skills that young employees are missing that their older colleagues value the most: professionalism, critical thinking and followership. Let’s take a closer look at critical thinking.
Media Partners Corporation and Prositions, Inc. announced today the planned merger of their employee training content business operations.
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.
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.
Today at SXSW EDU, YouSeeU unveiled a new video assessment platform that facilitates soft skill development across every stage of learning.
Three meetings in three days with corporate training professionals recently left me with a strong sense that employee engagement, and the lack thereof, is on everyone’s minds these days.
This is the post-boomer generational shift that demographers have been anticipating for decades, finally coming to fruition in the workplace everywhere you look.
Most people are not prepared for a new job at the moment they begin it. As they advance in their careers and begin to manage others, their success or failure generates exponential effects – good and bad -- for their organizations.