Tag: Development

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Ethical Behavior in the Workplace: What It Is & Why It’s Important

The plot of good versus evil, good guys versus bad guys, or right versus wrong has played out in books and movies for ages. It is arguably the most common struggle at the center of narratives of all types. So it should be no surprise that the same struggle is prevalent in corporate environments under […]

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Build the Muscle to Innovate with Trust

The pandemic has tested the plasticity of company cultures like never before. Organizations that were flexible enough to change large parts about how they operate, and do it quickly, were able to spark innovation that will outlive the circumstances that motivated those changes in the first place. In some cases, entire businesses changed, not just […]

Building Teamwork Across Different Personalities

by Erin Wortham, People Engagement manager, Insights Learning and Development “We don’t see the world as it is, we see it as we are,” Anaïs Nin once wrote. One place where it’s apparent that people hold different perspectives of the world and themselves is in the workplace. Realizing this, and acknowledging this in ourselves, is […]

You can’t change who you are just by flipping a switch

by Dan Oswald You are who you are. I’m in my 50th year. I am who I am. If I were to take a personality test, it would tell me largely the same thing it would have told me 10 or even 20 years ago. Sure, things happen in our lives that can cause our […]

Spanish Government Wants to Stop Siestas!

Naps during the workday may soon be a no-no in Spain! Despite the historical precedence for a daily doze during the noontime heat, it was found that the practice actually made workers less productive after they snooze.

Leadership is Not One-size-fits-all

By Doug Upchurch, Insights Learning and Development In this new Millennial world, we’ve learned that people, teams, and leaders are all much more complex than that. There is no production line which spits out excellent leaders, just as there is no cookie cutter which will provide you with a team of identical, indistinguishable workers.

Infographic: 2014 Training Trends & HR’s Role in the Training Process

In a new BLR Training and Development survey, over 1,050 organizations provided insights regarding their employee training practices and methods. They also provided details about the responsibility of human resources (HR) in the training process. The infographic below examines the topics organizations train their employees and managers on most frequently, the most popular means of […]