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10 Misconceptions about leadership training videos

Ever had to suffer through the grainy video or guy with the mustache from the 70s when you took a leadership development course? Leadership training videos can be schlocky, too long, have no credibility, on and on. Just like with … Continue reading

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What does wet spaghetti have to do with engaging employees?

Stupidity is often described as trying to do the same thing over and over hoping for different results but getting the same results. It’s like pushing a string or a wet spaghetti noodle hoping it will become a straight line. … Continue reading

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What’s going on: More career development to mask a hiring shortage?

One thing about change, it’s always happening. It’s well visualized with a pendulum.  That’s definitely the case with the job market. Today, it swings in favor of companies. Tomorrow? Could it swing in favor of workers?  Is it already happening? … Continue reading

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Good Stats for Defending Training & Development Investment

If telling your CEO that it’s important to have happy employees is too touchy-feely for him or her, here are some great stats you can use to defend investing in learning and development trainings. Ron Thomas, a principal at StrategyFocusedHR, recently provided some great … Continue reading

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