When asking learners for feedback, says General Motors’ Chris Bower, the idea is not just to focus on the content, but on your learners’ context.
Learn from good and bad managers.
Everyone has a “dark side.” Helping leaders know and manage their less desirable traits can produce positive results.
To have the most ideal working relationship with those who are difficult, provide feedback.
Organizations can strategically address the needs of the changing workforce by evolving their approach to leadership development through a natural shift in mindset in a few key areas.
Take advantage of constant opportunities to learn.
Responsive technology is making its way to the workplace, which means pros, like better feedback, and cons, like increased monitoring for employees.
Artificial intelligence may power the next generation of mentors, but can technology really replace a human touch?
Feedback is a crucial part of employee growth. Dishing it out is not always easy for leaders but here’s how CLOs can help.
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Whether using a talent management platform or old-fashioned index cards, the planning process is fundamental to performance.
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Employees want a coach, not a boss.