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Category Archives: Analysis
There is a very simple reason why leadership training fails in so many companies across America, and it’s the same reason a lot of training fails. It’s both easy to identify, and simple to understand, yet it can be very difficult … Continue reading
Tonight, Greg Gianforte, the Montana candidate for the House of Representatives seat that was opened due to political appointment, allegedly body slammed a reporter for asking him tough questions. Tomorrow is the election. True or not, this can’t go well … Continue reading
Sam is a new management trainee that just promoted from being a Paint Department Associate. Her Store Manager recognized strong leadership skills and a solid work ethic over the last two years, and encouraged her to apply when the job … Continue reading
In most companies with a mature Learning & Development function, managers will, at some point, identify a problem and declare a need for training to solve it. It’s a natural answer that L&D teams strive to achieve. The cashiers didn’t … Continue reading
After being involved in training for several decades now, first as a manager and now as a professional trainer, I can confidently say that I find it easier to train theory-based concepts than operational skills. Maybe it’s because I have … Continue reading