Tag: leadership development

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Learning & Development

Corporate Learning Finally Has a Seat at the Table

The last two-plus years pushed employee learning to the top of the corporate agenda. Are L&D professionals ready for the spotlight?

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How to Identify Your Leadership Style

Thinking about your leadership style and how you lead will put you and your team in the best position for success.

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Leadership Books for New Leaders

Dive into these 21 books to garner insights that might otherwise take years to learn.

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The Advantages and Disadvantages of Transactional Leadership

Transactional leadership is a leadership style that focuses on order and structure. Here's how it fits in modern organizations.

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Accelerate Leadership Development With a Fresh Take on Coaching

We need to adapt and accelerate our leadership development efforts in response to disruptions in the labor market — and rethinking coaching plays a big part.

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The 2 Most Critical Leadership Skills of 2022

Leaders must continue to be emotionally intelligent, practice empathy and build resilience as employees begin to return to some sense of normality.

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Learning & Development

Sounding Board Raises $30M to Scale Leadership Development

The California-based company sees its coaching management system as a way for companies to create competitive advantage by building a strong bench of leaders.

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Are You Ready for Hybrid Leadership?

Helping leaders adapt to a remote and hybrid work model requires rethinking how you train them to lead, and giving them opportunities to practice.

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Get Reworked Podcast: Why Your Business Strategy Should Be a Learning Strategy

Author and executive Brandon Carson shares what it was like to lead Delta's employee learning through lockdown and how L&D strategy should change as a result.

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It's Time to Address the Coming Leadership Void

Even before the pandemic, leadership development was lacking. Now we're on the verge of a new leadership crisis.

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Learning & Development

Successful Learning Programs Are Designed to Surprise

Shake off pandemic routines with an element of surprise. Your brain will thank you, and it will boost learning and help you build stronger teams.

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Leaders as Sponsors: It's About Them, Not You

Despite the disruption to business as usual, now is the time to build leadership capability. Sponsorship is a low cost, high impact way to do just that.

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Employee Experience

Navy Federal: How the Largest US Credit Union Keeps Employee Experience Shipshape

Career mobility, manager involvement in employee development, and willingness to listen and enact changes makes for smooth sailing at Navy Federal.

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What Is Transformational Leadership Theory?

Transformational leaders question the status quo and inspire others to action. Here's how companies can instill it into their C-suite.