In any training experience, you want your learners to be engaged, to change behaviors, to improve performance, and to connect more deeply with your organization. Following these guidelines can help you and your organization deliver memorable learning experiences that take performance to the next level.
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Virtual leaders should focus on three key areas: being attentive and mindful, fostering community, and accelerating performance and development.
Good virtual leadership is the same as good face-to-face leadership. It’s about doing all the important things leaders need to do, but in a different medium and environment.
3 principles of Self Leadership can help get people unstuck and moving forward again: challenge assumed constraints, activate your points of power, and be proactive.
For senior leaders addressing business disruptions, author Judd Hoekstra shares the importance of surfacing and addressing the five predictable stages of concern.
Dear Madeleine, The COVID-19 pandemic has been such a disruption over the past couple of weeks. At work, all travel has been put on an indefinite hold, all training classes and in-person meetings...
Now, more than ever, people need leaders to step up and lead from the heart.
Concerns employees will have after reading one.
Find tips, tools, and curated resources to help you manage your remote working environment so you can be productive and stay engaged with your team.
A Jump Start for Virtual Facilitation and On-line Mini-Course
Embracing Virtual Learning