Civility & harassment in the workplace

By: | 08.09.18 | Training and Development
Lately, we’ve all heard a lot of talk about harassment. Most people probably think they know what they should and shouldn’t do when it comes to interacting with colleagues. As witnessed by recent news events, however, it’s obvious that people’s ...

Top Competencies Managers Must Possess in 2018 and Beyond

By: | 11.08.17 | Engagement
Managing is no longer about keeping tabs on every task employees undertake or watching over their shoulders every second they’re in their seats; it’s about leading people correctly so employees and companies can grow into their strengths and rely on others&...

Join the 8% this Year: Top Training Trends to Follow in 2017

By: | 01.12.17 | Training and Development
Tis the season for New Year’s resolutions. As the whirlwind of holiday hoopla begins to wane, millions of well-intentioned folks nationwide will make impassioned vows toward personal or professional betterment. Despite the best laid plans, research shows that only...

Rookie Managers: Are They Ready for the Big Leagues? 6 Things Your New Leaders Must Know

By: | 10.12.16 | Training and Development
It’s time to promote an employee to management, and your selection is obvious: your MVP. Your star player. The consistent top performer. The high-achiever with an unparalleled work ethic and can-do attitude. The logical choice to rise in the ranks. With a proven t...

The Real Reason Employees Leave Jobs and 12 Steps Managers Can Take to Prevent It

By: | 09.16.16 | Training and Development
When it comes to employee turnover, many managers are quick to cite salary as the likely culprit.  But think about it – what motivated you to leave your last job?  Most of the time it had something to do with the people with whom you were working. Howeve...