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The Business Case for Career Development Training

What’s the top challenge managers face? How do they become peak performers ready to step into a leadership role? Think the answer is a) Exceeding a production deadline?  B) Boosting productivity? C) Hiring and engaging peak performers?  While all of … Continue reading

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HR, the front line in change management

We’ve been hearing a lot about change from our clients. Some companies are facing the good kind brought on by strong demand for their products. Others are facing tough competition and pressure on their prices. Meanwhile,  human resource executives are … 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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