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Sometimes you find what you need for personal development; this blog post enumerates easy and practical tips on how to reinvent yourself for the long term.
The Story of the $800 Jeans I recently watched a presentation given by a journalist (Benjamin Wallace) who had taken an extensive look at the way people sh
Any oldschool Dungeons and Dragons readers get that reference? If not, here’s my basic premise: view your personal development like you would character dev
Is there possibility that the ease in which we can outsource our tasks today actually sabotages our own personal development in the long run?
See how personal development and making small changes in your life can lead you to success, happiness and self-confidence.
At Life Tools, they provide a free personal development toolkit to assist you with tips and tricks for your life. Covered areas such as missions and goals,
Wisdom of the greatest masters in personal development field. Lessons you can apply to turn your life around
Eugene Yiga thinks that there is a problem with personal development — and suggests why this is the case.
Many of our audience are reading books for personal development. There are so many books around that promote and assist personal development, but how to be
Priscilla Palmer has put together this massive list of personal development websites. As usual you can check the comments for more. The list isn’t categori
Here is my current list of books that will empower and support you in creating a life that is passionate, curious and constantly evolving.
Steve Pavlina’s credentials in personal development are impressive: he’s written about productivity, goal setting and more on his blog and in other venues.
Allen Galbraith shows me his post on his take on self-help – This is an article which is short in length, but full of tips and it can give you instant impr
Crossing the Line In life, there often seems to be a line where many things move from being a positive to a negative. From a healthy part of our existence
Mastering personal development is the third level in the four-level management skills pyramid and is key to the success of all executive managers
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Personal development plays a crucial role in ones career growth. It makes you a confident and mature professional. Personal development is imperative not only for career growth but also for mere survival in the organization.
Personal development is no rocket science and one really needs to have patience and believe in oneself. Let us go through various steps in the whole process of personal development planning.
Do you know the benefits of personal development? Here is a detail article which shows the top 5 key benefits of personal development.
From the ATD 2014 International Conference & EXPO: Personalized leadership development holds great potential to drastically change the learning experience.
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Personal mission and vision statements help you put your most important goals into sharp focus.
Benziger’s personality type theory seeks to help you match the work you’re doing with your natural strengths and talents, as determined by your brain type. Find out what brain type you have, and see if this matches your job.
The Myers-Briggs test is one of the most popular personality tests. Find out how it determines your personality type – and how this can help you.
Personality development refers to enhancing an individuals personality. The article discusses some very useful tips for enhancing ones personality.
Personality of an individual influences his/her thoughts, beliefs, values and expectations. Lets understand in detail about personality development and factors influencing ones personality.
Every relationship needs time to grow. Various models have been proposed in the field of interpersonal relationship development. Lets discuss these models one by one.
Personality and personality development are one of the key concepts in Human Resource Development. HRD function has a important role to play in matching individuals personality with job roles.
It is impossible for employees to work alone. Everyone needs people around to discuss things and reach to better solutions. Let us go through the role of employees in interpersonal relationship development.
An individuals style of dressing plays a very important role in enhancing his/her personality. Lets discuss the importance of dressing in personality development.
Personality development helps an individual to develop a positive attitude. Lets discuss the importance of personality development at the workplace.
Personality Development plays a very important role in reducing stress and avoiding conflicts not only at workplace but also in our personal lives.
According to Freuds psychoanalytic theory of personality development, Love and Aggression have a direct impact on individuals personality. Lets discuss the freuds psychoanalytic theory in detail.
Effective communication skills play a important role in developing an individuals personality. The article discusses the importance of communication skills in personality development.
Personality development plays a very important role in an individuals personal as well as professional life. The article discusses the importance of personality development in detail.
Employees are the lifeline of an organization. Personality development of the employees plays a very important role in success of an organization.
Corporate dressing plays a very important role in shaping ones personality. A well dressed individual has a pleasing personality which attracts people towards you.
Character refers to the individuals qualities and characteristics which differentiate him or her from others. Character plays a very important role in developing an individuals personality.
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Personal Leadership Development Planning and Leading High Performing Teams from Rice University. An actionable leadership improvement plan enables you to leverage strengths and close the gaps on weaknesses. In this course, you will build your own …
The 4-Hour Work Week by Tim Ferriss The New York Times bestselling author of The 4-Hour Body shows readers how to live more and work less, now with more than 100 pages of new, cutting-edge content. Forget the old concept of retirement and the rest of the deferred-life plan–there is no need to wait and every reason not to, especially in unpredictable economic times. Whether your dream is escaping the rat race, experiencing high-end world travel, or earning a monthly five-figure income with zero management, The 4-Hour Workweek is the blueprint. Getting Things Done by David Allen “A completely...
“Your actions are your only possessions.” – Lao Tse This is an excellent personal development statement to ponder as we watch 2007 dissolve into dust. Most
Want to know more about personal values? They're the driving force within the development of your organization's culture. Values really matter. Learn more.
Justin Arneson is a research scientist at CPP, Inc. where he plans, directs, implements, and promotes the research and development for assessment products. Prior to joining CPP, Justin served as a research scientist at HumRRO, and as Talent Insights Manager at Target.
Carlsbad, CA – January 25, 2011 – Leadership is a relationship-one that exists in a context. Becoming a Leader We Need with Strategic Intelligence is a new program from Personal Strengths Publishing that focuses on the skills and qualities leaders need to be effective-no matter the context. This leadership development experience for senior leaders (and those who aspire to these positions) is the result of collaboration between world-renown leadership expert Dr. Michael Maccoby and Tim Scudder, President of Personal Strengths Publishing. At the heart of this program is Strategic Intelligence, the distillation of decades of Michael Maccoby’s research and practical experience as a consultant to many of the world’s largest organizations. He identified the things that leaders do to affect sustainable change in organizations. This course condenses and communicates that wisdom while the integration of SDI helps to carry that wisdom into the relationships between leaders and followers. The synergy between the concepts of Strategic Intelligence and Relationship Awareness are rooted in a common foundation; Dr. Maccoby has written or co-authored 13 books including one with Erich Fromm, whose work was a major influence on Elias H. Porter and his development of Relationship Awareness Theory. “Integrating the SDI and other works of Elias Porter into Michael Maccoby’s powerful leadership concepts has been a peak experience for me personally,” said Tim Scudder. “The integration of ideas was facilitated by the discovery of a remarkable common heritage.” Becoming a Leader We Need with Strategic Intelligence takes a systems view of developing the leadership capabilities of leadership teams. Leaders are challenged to clarify and communicate their philosophy of leadership-and of life. The course explores the fundamental relationship of the motives of leaders and followers, the four R’s of motivation and how they are colored by different Motivational Value Systems, and many more important leadership concepts. “This is the best leadership course by far,” said Betsy Chittenden, U.S. National Park Service. “And I think I’ve taken at least one course from every management trend over the last 20 years.” Michael Maccoby will deliver the keynote address at the upcoming Relationship Awareness Conference in Carlsbad, CA. Tim Scudder will present a special workshop at the ISPI (International Society for Performance Improvement) conference in April of this year. A pre-print of a related article can be downloaded at http://www.leadersweneed.com/links.html Learn more. Becoming a Leader We Need with Strategic Intelligence Free Informational Webinar February 28, 2011 For more information go to: www.leadersweneed.com Or call 760-602-0086
(From BusinessWeek.com) Across the globe, two significant workforce trends are colliding to create a critical need for leadership development training over the next 5 – 10 years. A new generation of skilled workers are entering the labor market in droves – many without previous work experience – while a large group of seasoned leaders are approaching retirement (estimates show that employed individuals between the ages of 55 and 64 will increase by 11 million in the U.S. alone by 2010). In the midst of this growing leadership gap, market conditions are making the need for innovative and strategic leaders more critical than ever. How can companies continue to engage, retain and develop high-potential employees when resources are more constrained than ever? Given the current pace of change in business, how can companies put leadership development in context of what’s happening now? The answer: through agile leadership development programs and on-the-job training programs such as Bloomberg Businessweek’s EDGE. EDGE combines the world-class, insightful content found only in Bloomberg Businessweek with a cutting-edge, weekly training guide incorporating interactive and self-assessment learning activities. EDGE synthesizes headlines, news and trends impacting global business and extracts key learning concepts that can be incorporated in leadership development. Our future forward content is developed each week in real-time so that participants are learning about the impact of business decisions as they happen. EDGE is available to corporations to increase their bench-strength and grow their high-potential leaders. Bloomberg Businessweek’s Executive Development Guide & Extract (EDGE) is an innovative leadership development program that can increase your company’s bench-strength and develop your high-potentials. Written by leadership development experts, EDGE offers your employees robust, continuous learning opportunities – giving them a broader business perspective, igniting their thinking and stimulating collaboration. New content each week makes EDGE flexible and scalable – you can use it however learning happens within your organization. EDGE can be integrated into existing programs or used as a foundation to create new ones: * Formal leadership development programs. * Lunch and learn / One hour power hour – Organize “Lunch and Learn” or “Power Hour” training sessions on a regular basis. * Mentoring program – Incorporate key learning’s into networking, mentoring or coaching sessions. * Informal training sessions – Facilitate informal training sessions with peers or direct reports to share articles, EDGE extracts, etc. Bloomberg Businessweek’s EDGE includes: * A one-year subscription to Bloomberg Businessweek for each participant. * One year of the Executive Development Guide & Extract (EDGE) – e-mailed weekly including unique activities and key learning points designed around six articles in the current issue of Bloomberg Businessweek focusing on executive competency areas such as: * Leadership & Management Skills * Strategic Thinking * Personal Skills * Best Practices/Lessons Learned * Global/Technology Trends * Business/Financial Acumen To learn more about integrating EDGE into your corporate learning programs, contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
One of the best things about being an instructional designer right now is that now more than ever we feel that our field is in the zeitgeist of what’s happening in the media and technology worlds. What we do (rather, how we do it) is influenced greatly by technologies that support more flexible means of communication and collaboration. Social media and mobile technologies have turned the spotlight on social learning concepts, which in turn have made more of us think about the large, ill-charted dark matter of culture: informal learning. Of course, our response to this turn of events should be elation – finally, Charles Jennings can stop talking about 70-20-10! We can explain communities of practice without once using the phrase “well, no, that’s not really an example of what i’m talking about…”! (bonus: we can avoid awkward tittering by wholly avoiding the name ‘Wenger’ in a classroom setting). Everyone in the Internet Time Alliance can retire to tropical islands. Their work here is done, because everyone in your care now understands the value of social and informal learning. Except maybe they don’t. Maybe you’re having trouble convincing your boss that her task force is not a community of practice. Maybe your top-down Yammer implementation has yielded more tumbleweeds than users. Perhaps it’s because, in fact, no one is making the connection between the breakthroughs in networking that they can plainly see and whatever it is that you do. Maybe you should brag about your personal learning network. In this new world, those in our care probably find it harder – not easier – to square the existence of this wikiHow entry and your job as conductor of whatever they’ve been led to think formalized training is. Do you exemplify the benefits of social and informal learning in your own work life? Do you document successes of social learning? Are you watching and listening to the concerns of your co-workers, providing the right nudge when needed, and openly sourcing your information? Are you connecting your peers with relatable thought leadership or community resources that you’ve found valuable? How about using technology to make spaces for serendipitous learning – loosely organized, de-escalated learning, free from expectations but endowed with purpose? As I’ve said before, I love our kind of people, and not just for their unfailingly sparkling personalities. Every day, they are useful to me in my work, and every day I make it known that I am bringing fire to those in my care because of my associations. In design meetings, I nip errant learning styles talk in the bud. I stay up-to-date on the development of Project Tin Can and use what I know to rethink learning management systems. I experiment with Google Hangouts. I make it easy for myself to be a node in the network and I make sure that people know that part of my value is being as connected as I am. While I probably spend more time talking about #lrnchat than I do participating in it these days, I’ve been known by more than one boss as ‘the Twitter guy.’ I’m proud that I eventually stopped being ‘the Twitter guy’ – that is, I stopped being just a tolerated, quirky evangelist for the platform when I stopped telling people how valuable Twitter is and started using it very publicly to inform my discourse in the workplace. (As Jane Bozarth says, “Google gets you links. Twitter gets you answers.) As a result, the questions that I get around social media are less of the “what good is Twitter?” variety and more about how to use social learning tools to their best effect. As I rely on a large, diverse learning network to help me be competent and prescient, I hope to show (not tell) that I am here to solve problems, not simply build courses or teach classes. I can suggest and employ social and informal learning strategies in part because they’re already working: social media tools, content curation, collaboration, and networked learning are making me better at what I do. Craig Wiggins has been helping people create and manage learning experiences for the last 10 years. He is the eLearning Instructional Design Strategist for the Corporate Executive Board’s Corporate Leadership Council, where he manages the creation of meaningful distance learning and performance solutions. Craig holds a B.A. in anthropology and an M.Ed. in curriculum development, and spends a lot of time thinking about how to sneak usability, accessibility, and proper task analysis into the mix. In his natural habitat, he is usually storyboarding on wall-sized whiteboards or pontificating on Google+.
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Social media is a force and trend that should be embraced, according to new research from the American Society for Training & Development (ASTD). A new research report, The Rise of Social Media: Enhancing Collaboration and Productivity across Generations finds that regardless of generation, workers in the United States believe that social media tools have an important role to play in workplace learning and development. The study also finds that most companies have a long way to go when it comes to implementing social media tools for the learning function. While the vast majority of respondents used social media in their personal lives, only 24 percent said their informal learning at work included social media. However, more than 80 percent of survey respondents said social media tools would become an important part of the learning function within the next three years. The findings show very strong and significant correlations between high use of social media tools at work and respondents’ opinions that the tools help them get more and better work done, learn more truly useful things, and learn more in less time. The Rise of Social Media: Enhancing Collaboration and Productivity across Generations shows that social media tools have considerable value for the learning function. ASTD President and CEO Tony Bingham says, “Understanding the huge impact Web 2.0 technologies have on how the workforce learns is critical to engaging employees and customers, and ultimately, critical for an organization’s growth and success.” The topic of social media in the learning function will be addressed by Bingham at ASTD’s 2010 International Conference and Exposition on May 17. For more information on The Rise of Social Media: Enhancing Collaboration and Productivity across Generations visit www.store.astd.org.
Are you undermining your personal brand with a bad LinkedIn profile? Barbara Roche recommends starting with a good headshot in this ATD Career Development community blog post.
From the ATD 2015 International Conference & EXPO: Want an easier way to retain your top talent? Retention research indicates that individuals tend to stay longer where they are experiencing personal and professional growth.
Join two personality type experts for a lively, interactive discussion of the impact personality type can have on burnout, agile learning, and team dynamics. Three case illustrations will be presented with a focus on situational discovery, self-awareness and understanding, and talent development. You will learn: how to conduct a personality type debrief session that goes beyond simple personality type classification how to identify the root causes of team dynamic breakdown how leveraging a dominant mental function can affect agile learning what to do when the coachee or client is experiencing burnout.
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Measuring ROI in Learning and Development provides everyone who has a personal or professional interest in developing effective metrics with a solid foundation on which to build practical ROI measuring programs.
Learn how giving your time, expertise, and resources to those around you at work can transform your own life, both personally and professionally.
Information and resources on personality testing and behavioral assessments.
Learn the basics of balancing budgets – and why they’re essential to personal and organizational success.
Sometimes, the things we do can limit our careers without us being aware of it. The Hogan Development Survey can help you uncover behaviors that interfere with productivity, interpersonal success, and career advancement. Find out more about it here.
It can be difficult to assess personality, attitude, and values. Find out how psychometric testing can help you measure these “hidden” attributes.
Learn how Boyzatis’ Intentional Change Theory can help you create a personalized plan for change.
Improve your interpersonal relationships, and establish mutual trust with your colleagues, by building rapport with people.
Interpersonal relationship refers to a strong association amongst individuals. Let us go through the theories of interpersonal relationship development in detail.
Identify your learning needs as a clinical supervisor and create a personal development plan to address them. Join Norwich Medical School’s online course.
Case Studies in Personalized Medicine from Vanderbilt University. Learn how advances in biomedicine hold the potential to revolutionize drug development, drug treatments, and disease prevention: where are we now, and what does the future hold? …
When evaluating how to improve employee engagement, take a critical look at how training efforts are providing more personal learning.