Tagged: Professional Development

What Is Fear-Based Leadership

Fear of not being included, fear of not knowing, fear of status, fear of failure, fear of unknowns, fear of criticism, fear of change, fear of being an imposter can cause a leader to...

Stone Soup: Food For Thought

Most people love a good tale. However, a good story is even better if it teaches important life and commercial lessons. “Stone Soup” is a classic story that can teach valuable lessons about using...

Designing Competency-Based eLearning

Competency is the key to performance. Without high-quality performance, no individual or organization can survive for long in today’s competitive market. Hence, it is extremely critical to develop the right competencies in the workforce....

Why Do I Want To Become A Manager

Every person at some point in their career may need to ask themselves “Do I really want to be a manager?” The question may seem straightforward, but the answer is not. It requires digging...

6 Insider Secrets To Be A Good Online Instructor

Online trainers are largely invisible, but they’re still relevant for virtual education. What can you do as an online instructor to enhance the experience for yourself and your online learners? In this article, I...

How To Be Responsible For Your Own Growth

We all want to have a good relationship with our managers, work on impactful projects that help us advance our career, want to be highly regarded in our line of work and be trusted...

The Ultimate Guide To Virtual Negotiations

The world has changed. Though we still need to negotiate, many negotiations now take place on virtual platforms. Speed, convenience, time zones (even mandatory social distancing) drive us to negotiate at a greater physical...