Monthly Archives: April 2022
ACTIVITY: Social Styles and Success
Completing this activity will help you to understand how and when your primary Social Style has been a strength. Different situations may call for...
ACTIVITY: DISC and Your Success
Completing this activity will help you to understand how and when your DISC style has been a strength. Different situations may call for different...
7 Key Insights from the 2022 LinkedIn Learning Report
The LinkedIn 2022 Workplace Report is out, entitled “The Transformation of L&D.” The report draws on a blend of data and interviews with L&D leaders to lay out the current state of L&D. Going through the report, it’s no surprise to see that the L&D landscape has shifted as a result of the disruption and change of COVID-19. That said, it is surprising to see how the landscape has shifted.
Leadership Coaching: Transform Your Leaders’ Edge In 2022
Leadership coaching is more of a competitive edge than ever, especially in this age of the Great Resignation. It’s leaders who ultimately engage and retain employees.
Group Coaching: Definition, Programs, Prices
ACTIVITY: Impostor Syndrome Self-Assessment
Impostor Syndrome is the feeling that you are not as competent or capable as others perceive you to be. Some people describe it as...
ACTIVITY: Demonstrate Confidence & Courage
People who practice confidence and courage at work are more likely to take on tough assignments, give feedback with care but directly, and voice...
The Ultimate Guide to New Manager Training
Bringing a first-time manager into your organization? Here’s an extensive guide on the things you’ll need to include in your new manager training program.
Servant Leadership: Definition, Examples, Characteristics
Despite being five decades old, “servant leadership” is a philosophy that is still earning quite a bit of buzz—because it’s so effective. Research has shown that servant-led companies are more likely to outperform competitors, retain employees, and develop future leaders than companies that operate out of more traditional “command-and-control” leadership styles.