A common question I get from clients is, “How many people should I involve in my hiring process?” My answer is usually, “As many as you’d like.” If you’re surprised..
Traditional employee development relies on two main components. The first is an online learning management system, with virtual course content and videos. The second is in-class seminars that are usually..
Developing new business relationships can be tricky. The development professional works towards a deal, the hours rack up, and yet there is no certainty of success. It might all be..
April is Stress Awareness Month, when there will be a flurry of articles about managing stress. That is a good thing, up to a point. But many of these articles..
I’ve recently finished writing a book on essential future skills, and if I had to pick one skill that underpinned all the other skills in the book – the one..
What your current and potential customers think of your products/services isn’t the only thing that matters. You also have to consider your employer brand—aka what current and potential employees think..