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The posts in this category cover subjects L&D managers and other decision makers involved in business training might find useful or at least interesting.

businesses after the pandemic
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On grief and the future of businesses after the pandemic

Managers

The world will no longer be the same and we should all prepare for changes. The five stages of grief are as real for individuals as they are for companies. Let’s see how the model might help businesses cope with the current crisis:

Making new tech accessible in your company
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Making new tech accessible in your company

Managers

Without the ability to utilize new technology in a timely manner your business will likely fall far behind your competitors. The key is to continually upskill your employees and maintain your own education on how new technology will impact your industry and how you can best take advantage of the situation.

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Successfully managing change through a coaching culture

Managers

It takes a lot of work to break habits and adopt new points of view. However, in an ever-changing business ecosystem, change may sometimes be the only chance of survival. Those who can change will grow their business and keep their clients.

cultural profiles
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On cultural profiles and other organizational demons (Part I)

Managers

There are eight cultural profiles that can be found across all business environments. And we might add, identifying the cultural profile of a given organization is essential for designing adequate learning and development programs. Let’s explore the first four:

teaching and comprehension strategies for adult learners
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Successful teaching and comprehension strategies for adult learners

Managers

Learning is an ongoing process that lasts a whole lifetime – teaching too. Whether it’s instructing an up training class for coworkers, taking people through team-building exercises, or leading an independent workshop, it’s valuable to understand how to most easily reach adult learners.

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The neuroscience of trust in a business organization

Managers

High-trust companies manage to build and sustain a culture of trust, holding their employees accountable for their roles without micromanaging them. Ultimately, cultivating trust is about setting a clear direction, giving people what they need to see it through, and getting out of their way while they get there.

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The importance of establishing concrete business processes

Managers

There is no perfect recipe for running a business, but there are patterns of success that you can draw from. If you look closely at most businesses that have achieved longevity, you will likely see they’re productive, efficient and have satisfied customers because they have processes in place that work.

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Using mentoring as a leadership accelerator within your organization

Managers

When looking at the tools your organization has for accelerating leadership development, don’t overlook the impact mentoring can have. It is a very valuable means of moving forward career development for both mentors and mentees thus boosting employee satisfaction and engagement.

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