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Managers

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.

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What to do about your organizational culture after the crisis

Managers

Organizational culture is not an immovable thing. It suffers changes and needs constant nurture. Since it has been one of the most important factors in making it through the past couple of years, all companies should give it proper attention now.

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Why every organization should consider talent mobility

Managers

In a dynamic environment and with a hiring crisis going on, organizations need to leverage everything they can to attract and retain the talent they need. Here are some good reasons why talent mobility is for every company:

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Why managers should be actively involved in training

Managers

A major part of a manager’s role is to support the team in setting meaningful and achievable learning and development goals. It’s no wonder that involving managers in training fosters a learning culture, among many other benefits:

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Trust: the superglue your organization needs

Managers

Employee loyalty is highly valued, especially with the staffing shortage happening everywhere. Therefore, it’s important to build trust, and you can only achieve that by being transparent, caring, creating a sense of unity, and showing respect to your employees.

How Artificial Intelligence will transform the face of HR
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How Artificial Intelligence will transform the face of HR

Managers

With a competitive environment and a global staff shortage, companies need to attract and retain top talent. The right platform can improve both the productivity and results of the HR team. Here are some perks of implementing AI in HR:

4 Important takeaways from the Mind The Workplace 2021 Report
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4 Important takeaways from the Mind The Workplace 2021 Report

Managers

Mental Health America (MHA) released its Mind the Workplace 2021 Report offering priceless insights into challenges that individuals and companies have recently faced. It’s high time organizations start a well-organized effort of acknowledging and alleviating the factors that have such a detrimental effect on employee wellbeing.

3 No-nonsense ways to boost employee engagement
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3 No-nonsense ways to boost employee engagement

Managers

Employee engagement is, for a lot of companies, some sort of HR unicorn. Assuming that the salary base and working conditions are what they should be, showing people that they are important, empowered, and heard is the optimal recipe for engagement.

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