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Tag: Leadership Development
Have you noticed how life at home often mimics lived experience in the workplace? Much like adults set an example for younger people (knowingly or not), leaders shape the behavior of employees in an organization. A perfect example of this point happened many years ago when my husband and I were babysitting the three-year old […]
Would you share information with your competitors? Would you discuss strategies with them? The concept can be so alien that a great source of mutual enrichment is often lost. I am not, of course, talking about corporate espionage. I am talking about HR professionals getting together with their peers within their industry to solve problems […]
It’s often easy for companies and their leadership to be so caught up in the day-to-day challenges of running the organization that they overlook long-term planning—and we’re not just talking about annual, 5-year, or even 10-year plans. Even companies that are thinking long term are often thinking long term through the lens of their existing […]
Finding the right individuals to lead inside your organization isn’t as easy as it seems, and most organizations aren’t doing it right. Otherwise, around 50% of workers wouldn’t be quitting their jobs because of their bad bosses.
Some experts argue that physicians generally lack the kinds of leadership skills that are essential for their success in complex healthcare organizations in which they, by virtue of their seniority, prestige, and expertise, are naturally looked to for leadership.
While some people are often seen as “born leaders,” anyone can benefit from leadership training. Often the born leaders identified by others may be charismatic but may still lack some of the basic leadership traits needed to effectively lead and develop others in complex environments and over the long term. Leadership training is a basic part […]
As a learning and development (L&D) professional, you understand the importance of creating different types of learning and development programs for your organization and promoting them across your organization. But sometimes, terms and titles can get jumbled, and it may become a little complicated to decipher when you should offer what type of program and […]
Talent Management We’ve talked a lot about job loss. With U.S. companies slashing nearly 600,000 jobs in January, it has been top of mind for most of us. Here’s the upside in what is an otherwise very dismal situation. Layoffs can give a company the opportunity to cull its lowest performers, resulting in a leaner, […]