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Is Corporate Training Becoming Irrelevant ?

    Author : Adrian Phang Original Link: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/corporate-training-becoming-irrelevant-adrian-phang/ Over the past couple of weeks, I have been reading the viewpoints of from both writers and those who comment on their posts about their frustrations with training providers. Having been in the learning and development space for over 10 years and armed with certifications in facilitation skills…
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How to Attract – and Retain – Your Most Important Customers

Original Post: https://fi.co/insight/how-to-attract-and-retain-your-most-important-customers Author  Rob Rusher  If your company doesn’t have customers, then you don’t have a company. Attracting and retaining your target customers is an ongoing process throughout your company’s lifespan, and is something that you as a founder had better learn how to do early on.  In this blog post, featuring exclusive insights from Rob Rusher (software…
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BEAT GENEROSITY BURNOUT

Harvard Business Review https://hbr.org/cover-story/2017/01/beat-generosity-burnout  THE AUTHORS ADAM GRANT AND REB REBELE Selflessness at work leads to exhaustion — and often hurts the very people you want to help. Here’s how to share your time and expertise more effectively. When the leaders of the world dispense advice to the next generation, they tend to emphasize the same…
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Our brains rapidly and automatically process opinions we agree with as if they are facts

By Christian Jarrett Original Post: https://digest.bps.org.uk/2018/04/20/our-brains-rapidly-and-automatically-process-opinions-we-agree-with-as-if-they-are-facts/ In a post-truth world of alternative facts, there is understandable interest in the psychology behind why people are generally so wedded to their opinions and why it is so difficult to change minds. We already know a lot about the deliberate mental processes that people engage in to protect their world…
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3 traits you need to get hired at Amazon, Google and other top companies

Watch video and Original article https://www.cnbc.com/2018/03/26/how-to-get-hired-at-amazon-google-and-other-top-companies.html Every year, LinkedIn measures the activity of its more than 500 million users to get insight on the companies in the U.S. people most want to work for. This year, employers in tech, media and finance dominate the list, with Amazon taking the top spot. But to land a job at…
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Leadership, Learning and Personal Knowledge Mastery

Author: Tanmay Vora Original Link: http://qaspire.com/2015/10/26/leadership-learning-and-personal-knowledge-mastery/ One of the crucial leadership skills for today and future is ability to learn constantly from various high quality sources, synthesizing information and collaborating with a community to get a better grasp of the constantly changing reality. Leaders also need this vital knowledge to scan the horizon and trends to make…
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Why Organizations Don’t Learn?

Original Link: http://qaspire.com/2015/11/18/why-organizations-dont-learn-sketchnote/ Author : Tanmay Vora   Organizations that don’t learn constantly, adapt continuously and execute relentlessly are more likely to be disrupted by constant change and competition. Peter Senge, in his book defined a learning organization as: “where people continually expand their capacity to create the results they truly desire, where new and expansive patterns of thinking are nurtured,…
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An illustrated guide to making better decisions

Original Link http://www.bbc.com/capital/story/20180105-an-illustrated-guide-to-making-better-decisions   An illustrated guide to making better decisions Whether you’re constantly making tough calls or simply prone to hesitation, decision-making can be brutal. Watch this animation for sanity-saving tips. Should I take this job, or that job? Stay put or move to the far-flung city? Stay together or break up? Buy the blue…
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Why you need to question your hippo boss

Original BBC Article : http://www.bbc.com/news/business-39633499 Author: David Silverberg As Richard sat in an important meeting at work, he and his colleagues nervously considered the hippo in the room. Richard, who works for a TV production company in Toronto, was attending a key meeting to discuss future projects. And the hippo was dominating proceedings far too much. Thankfully…
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