What Companies Get Wrong When It Comes to Learning & Development
November 30, 2020
Organizations are spending billions of dollars every year on Learning & Development (L&D), but what are they really getting back? Having a well-trained, highly-engaged, and motivated team of employees is no easy feat, but because of how difficult it is to measure the ROI on Learning & Development Initiatives, many organizations end up spending huge […] What Companies Get Wrong When It Comes to Learning & Development
The Inextricable Link Between Open Communication and Problem Solving
November 23, 2020
The most successful organizational leaders are those that understand and capitalize on the inextricable link between open communication and problem solving. Open communication is like the glue that binds members of a team or organization together, allowing them to effectively work together to solve critical problems and execute solutions as one cohesive unit. According to […] The Inextricable Link Between Open Communication and Problem Solving
What Is Organizational Culture and Why Does It Matter?
November 16, 2020
What is organizational culture? Simply put, organizational culture is the set of beliefs that defines the way people in an organization behave. More specifically, organizational culture consists of a strongly held and widely shared set of values that are reinforced and communicated throughout the organization and ultimately shape employee perceptions and actions. It informs and […] What Is Organizational Culture and Why Does It Matter?
How Leaders Can Cultivate Empathy in the Workplace
November 9, 2020
The topic of empathy isn’t exactly one that comes up often in the workplace, but research suggests that perhaps it should. According to a 2019 Workplace Empathy Study, 90 percent of employees think that empathy is important in the workplace, and a striking 8 out of 10 employees said they would leave their jobs if […] How Leaders Can Cultivate Empathy in the Workplace
The Key to Engaging and Retaining Millennial Employees
November 2, 2020
Because of their tendency to change jobs more readily than other generations, millennial workers have gained the reputation as being the generation of job hoppers. Employers can view the difficulty in retaining millennial workers in one of two ways: as a fundamental loss, or as an opportunity. Millennials now represent the largest generation in the […] The Key to Engaging and Retaining Millennial Employees