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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.

Seneca effect in Learning and Development
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The Seneca effect in Learning and Development

Managers

The Seneca effect is pervasive in many industries and it involves slow growth and rapid collapse. Business resilience is the proper way to deal with collapse effectively. In L&D, we are experiencing the collapse of the traditional model, so a fluid/flexible mindset is the best tool to build resilience in a changing environment.

Challenges L&D will have to overcome in 2021
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6 Challenges L&D will have to overcome in 2021

Managers

2021 will surely provide more challenges than we can predict at the moment. However, there are already some clear directions that need to be followed, and L&D departments will not only have their hands full but also the great opportunity to become even more visible and valued by the organizations.

leadership lessons 2020
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Top 4 leadership lessons 2020 taught us

Managers

Since we are stepping hopefully into this new year, it is a good idea to stop and take a look at the most important leadership lessons learned in 2020. These takeaways will help draw a clearer picture of how leadership needs to evolve and deal with the rather challenging aftermath of the current situation.

Golden rules for effective leadership
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Leading for impact: 5 Golden rules for effective leadership

Managers

Leading is a very dynamic and rewarding process that requires the right amounts of knowledge, acumen, and strategic abilities. Continuous learning, feedback, and the willingness to constantly grow and improve are the keys to becoming a leader that truly makes an impact in the organization.

making coaching a habit
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The 7 questions for making coaching a habit in your organization

Managers

Effective coaching does not have to eat up a lot of time or drain large amounts of energy. However, building a coaching culture requires it to become a habit for all the members of the organization. Here are 7 questions for making coaching a habit in your organization:

Obstacles to overcome when building a coaching culture
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3 Obstacles to overcome when building a coaching culture

Managers

Weaving coaching deep into the fabric of organizational culture has tremendous benefits both for the employees and the company. However, making that happen is a lot more difficult. Here are three obstacles to overcome when building a coaching culture:

ensure the long-term success of your remote team
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How to ensure the long-term success of your remote team

Managers

Remote work can bring up new challenges and responsibilities for managers and team leaders that may not have been considered before, so they need to implement best practices that will help team members adapt to this working style long-term and thrive. Let’s have a look at some of the ways team leaders can ensure the long-term success of their remote team:

Factors that boost the transfer of learning
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7 Factors that boost the transfer of learning

Managers

To make sure trainees are able to apply what they learn in real-life work situations, it is essential to address a few key factors: stakeholders, context, social environment, motivation, integration, intensity, and technology. Let’s see how each can improve the transfer of learning and make training programs more efficient!

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