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Category Archives: Development
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
One of my favorite movies is Forrest Gump, and one of my favorite scenes in the movie (there are many!) is when Forrest is running and steps in dog manure. The guy running with him says “Woah man, you just … Continue reading
What makes a learning and development person great? In every industry, there are exceptional people that rise to the top as the most admired and followed. These are the people companies seek to hire as consultants or key employees, and … Continue reading
2014 saw one of the highest numbers of donated volunteer hours in the United States since analysts began tracking stats in 2002. In total, 8.7 billion hours were served in non-profits and churches. That’s billion, with a “b”. More people … 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
Culture has been a buzzword of corporate training and development for the last decade, largely because it is such an important issue to executive teams. Good culture is a highly effective way to retain talent, works as an excellent recruiting … Continue reading