The current economic downturn and recent mass shootings, compounded by the multi-year global COVID-19 pandemic, have left people feeling more stressed, anxious and afraid, leading to higher cases of employee burnout and fatigue.
On-the-job training gives learners the convenience of hands-on learning at their own pace within their workday. It gives learners the autonomy over their learning and development, reframing training as a tailored experience for their own learning journey.
Protecting your employees' well-being can be the difference between them quitting and them choosing to stay with the company long term. To retain employees, employers need to create a stress-free workplace and encourage employees to share their value.
Workplaces are experiencing unprecedented change and a heightened level of stress and anxiety. In lieu of these changes, how can brain science inform leadership development?
As we enter a new decade, we are living in a unique time in history — a time when technological wonders evolve and improve on an almost daily basis. Do you feel ready to tackle the management and training issues associated with technological advancement?
All too easily, moments of anxiety and stress can overwhelm us and have us feeling like our world is crashing down around our ears. This feeling isn’t reserved for big, life-changing moments. It can happen at any point during the day.