Training, Learning & Development

5 Signs of a Terrible Manager

When we discuss companies with a high employee turnover, we need to look at a range of factors that might be contributing to this. It might be a fault with recruitment, or perhaps the wrong employees are being hired. Maybe…

How to Mentor Your HR Newbie

Do you remember your very first HR job? Your title may have been intern or assistant or coordinator. Whatever it was, your most important skill back then was your excitement and eagerness to learn and contribute. Do you have beginners…

Are You Investing In Your Career?

“I don’t read this crap. When someone gives me an article to read, I just say yes I will. I don’t read anything anymore. When I leave work, the last thing on my mind is HR.” This was from one…

Are You Training the Way People Want to Learn?

Traditional LMS solutions are failing to deliver because they can’t provide what your employees want. According to an Ipos poll, 30% of workers say they haven’t received any formal workplace training from their employer. Of the remaining employees who did…

3 Secrets to Building High Performing Teams

Whether you’re scaling a large organization or building a new company, hiring and retaining top talent and building a high performing team is absolutely key. In fact, there is no bigger factor in driving a company’s long-term growth and success….

Advice For New Managers

Good leadership is  essential for any successful company, but it’s not always easy for junior or first-time managers to adapt to their role. Many times, leaders look back on their career and have a whole host of new insights and…

What a Birthday Card Teaches Us About Culture

“There is an inside joke with acquisitions that I ask prior to closing: ‘How many more people?’” he told Business Insider — meaning, How many more birthday cards do I have to write? —”since I am constantly calculating that in my…