November 6, 2018

“The art of communication is the language of leadership.” James Humes No matter how you slice it, Humes’ quote perfectly describes a crucial attribute of any successful leader. The definition of leadership itself presupposes an individual’s ability to effectively communicate with different groups of people, including employees, customers, investors, and stakeholders among others. Moreover, leaders […]

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September 6, 2018

We live in the Age of Disruption that touches upon all spheres of life. The corporate life is no exception. The proliferation of new technologies has resulted in a new economic order, called for innovations and reinventions of businesses, as well as taken and created thousands of jobs. In order not to operate from a […]

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August 31, 2018

First, we’d like to say this: every employee deserves to be a part of your learning and development strategy. The “identifying talent” process is often followed by the above-mentioned issues of manager’s perception. Being guided by “intuition”, a company may miss the opportunity of building a diverse team and getting creative ideas from people with […]

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January 30, 2018

Today’s workplace chooses leaders not by their age but by their skills, performance, and perspectives. Millennials are well-educated, outgoing, ambitious, mobile, and internationally diversified, rendering the view of them being the most selfish and demanding generation inaccurate. According to the Robert Half report, 82% of respondents said that they were comfortable working with a supervisor […]

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December 19, 2017

Learning and development (L&D) leaders always face changes: Employees come and go, companies expand their business offerings and develop new products, new training tools and technologies become available, and so on. Does this mean that L&D managers need superhuman powers to keep up with changes in the industry, and keep employees aligned with the company’s […]

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