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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.

What you need to know about intercultural communication
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What you need to know about intercultural communication

Managers

“Multiculturalism in today’s organizations comes with many opportunities for development and improving the bottom line. It also brings some challenges that need to be tackled properly, by openly acknowledging differences and finding ways to bridge them positively and inclusively.

3 Leadership styles that work in times of crisis
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3 Leadership styles that work in times of crisis

Managers

There’s at least a dozen established leadership styles, each effective in the right context and executed by the right person. Managers have to adapt to the current context and do things that will be good for both the organization and the employees. Let’s explore three leadership styles that work in times of crisis!

What you need to know about right-skilling employees
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What you need to know about right-skilling employees

Managers

Right-skilling employees is about more than making sure they learn something new and become more efficient in their work. In the current volatile environment, right-skilling is the only way to ensure that businesses close learning gaps and employees feel more secure about their future.

become the leader of an existing team
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How to successfully become the leader of an existing team

Managers

Becoming a leader of an existing team can be difficult but it’s also a challenge that constitutes a valuable learning moment. If you go into it with an open mind and do your best to know your new team and communicate with them properly and honestly, there will only be positive results in sight.

Showing appreciation for employees during and after Covid-19
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Showing appreciation for employees during and after Covid-19

Managers

A little appreciation can go a long way. By keeping your employees motivated, and recognizing what they do every day, you can create a positive environment, whether in-person or remote. This will result in happy employees who are productive and excited about showing up and doing the work each day.

building trust within the organization
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The role of leaders in building trust within the organization

Managers

With transformation being the number one objective for most businesses, trust is essential. It’s not only a very effective driver of change and innovation, but ialso a requirement for positive employee engagement and loyalty. Building organizational trust takes time, so the sooner it becomes a genuine priority, the better.

No Silo Rule boosts organizational innovation
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How the No Silo Rule boosts organizational innovation

Managers

Innovation is not something you can stop doing; it has to be an ongoing mindset. A silo mentality is not good for business. Let’s see what organizational silos are and how we can overcome them, break the barriers and boost innovation!

Corporate L&D needs better training outcomes
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Corporate L&D needs better training outcomes

Managers

Corporate L&D is no stranger to transformation. Learning specialists are constantly ready to change gears and navigate turbulent waters. Switching stakeholder mindset from business-oriented to learner-centric is yet another challenge, one that will have tremendously positive results once it is overcome.

Digital fluency and why it matters for the success of your organization
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Digital fluency and why it matters for the success of your organization

Managers

Digital fluency is what has been missing from a lot of digital transformation strategies. Quite often, companies have invested in technology only to overlook the need to build the right infrastructure and the culture for it. Technology needs to become part of not only a functioning but a thriving ecosystem.

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