4 Interesting trends in executive development

When we talk about trends, we usually think about fashion, travel destinations, or healthy life choices. The latter seems to really have become popular, some […]

Helping Subject Matter Experts be more effective

Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) have become a very valued commodity today. With so much going on and so many niches becoming widely known and adopted […]

VUCA, or how to do business in interesting times

There’s a rather famous phrase that comes to mind when thinking about the current global situation: “May you live in interesting times”. It is famously […]

How Knowledge Management techniques can be used to enhance training

At its core, training is all about the transfer of knowledge from the trainer or instructional designer to the learner. While it sounds simple on […]

How to train your managers

The definition of management training changes depending on where you look. Some sources differentiate it from leadership while other sources say that the two are […]

360-degrees feedback: A more accurate strategy for coaching programs

Getting accurate, insightful, and complete feedback is essential in an organization which invests valuable resources, such as time and money, for its talent development programs. […]

How to prepare your team to overcome unexpected obstacles

It’s common knowledge in the business world that one should expect the unexpected. However, actually putting in the effort to address these unexpected circumstances is […]

5 Tips for leaders on how to have better conversations

As generations changed, the workplace is transformed as well. The digital revolution brought about colossal shifts in the ways people connect and communicate. Teams are […]

Why developing an agile mindset is crucial for business success

You probably know that both people and organizations need to develop the right mindset. With the current social and economical conditions, which call for fast […]

Divergent roads on the path to training success

A famous cartoon shows a bird, a monkey, a penguin, an elephant, a fish (in a bowl), a sea lion, and a dog lined up […]

How to facilitate knowledge transfer between generations

Millennials are fussy, they need constant praise and tend to leave a job as soon as something doesn’t feel right to them. Generation X is […]

A case for hands-on leadership in a crisis-facing business world

One of the recurrent things being said about the Millennial employees (by now the great majority of the workforce) is that they want to be […]

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