By: Sharon Wingron | May 16, 2012 As I mentioned, Eileen is transitioning into the workplace learning and perfromance/training and development profession. She’s asking the right questions to gather the information and perspective she needs to be successful.
By: pubsemguthriejensen | May 13, 2012 With such an intensified competition due to today's economic problems, organizations are now forced to change and add other responsibilities if they would like to remain competitive in their industry. That is why, there is now a pressing need for your organization's managers, supervisors and team leaders to acquire the right problem solving and decision making skills if they would like them to continue to improve the company's operational processes.
By: Padmaja Singh | May 11, 2012 Healthy work environment, improved team spirit, and raised productivity are all signs of a good organization. For an employee, an ideal organization to work is not just the one that provides high salary, it is the one that promotes smooth work environment and meets employee’s expectations, rendering work an interesting place to be in.
By: Bob Brady | May 11, 2012 The very best talent only wants to be employed by the most effective, high-profile, companies. Employers must provide these seven advantages to attract major business leaders and get these to stay and perform at optimum levels.
By: Sharon Wingron | May 11, 2012 It was a great place to achieve my goal. The beach was right across the street for when I wanted to get some fresh air, stretch my legs and re-connect to nature. There were tons of restaurants and convenience stores around to meet my every culinary need.
By: Bruno Raynal | May 3, 2012 Effective communication skills are important for every employee in an organization, but they are especially critical for managers who want to improve employee productivity, performance, teamwork, and morale. To truly be effective, managers must master verbal, nonverbal, and written communication skills. Every interaction with an employee is an opportunity to make a positive impact on both a person
By: Bruno Raynal | Apr 30, 2012 At the heart of leadership is the ability to influence, motivate, and inspire others through direct or indirect ways to achieve organizational goals. Leadership competencies for managers seeking to develop their teams include ensuring that the lines of communication stay open between themselves and their employees.
By: Sandeep kr | Apr 24, 2012 Business Leadership training needs to change over and above programs of increasing standard business leadership expertise. The various advancements produced in computing, communications as well as other commercialization systems.