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Attitude is the Core of Development

Attitude is the Core of Development

“Our greatness lies not so much in being able to remake the world as being able to remake ourselves.” ~ Mahatma Gandhi A number of years ago, I came across a study carried out by the CIPD in 2009 that concluded, “Companies which do not train are 2.5 times more likely to go bankrupt, and

Developing Your Organization’s Core Skills

The task of organizational core skill development is a critical component of overall organization strategy and is necessary prior to calculating a comprehensive workforce planning initiative where an inventory is performed regarding current employees and their associated skills, compared to future employee headcount needs and predicted skill requirements. This activity links organizational performance with people

Turning Your Workforce Into Superheroes

All organizations want the Superhero employees; however, it is not that simple. Training your workforce to be at their best and achieve both their personal growth goals and the organizational goals requires diligent, deliberate and intentional efforts. And, although many L&D functions follow the ADDIE model (Analyze, design, develop, implement and evaluate), or they think