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Why the Smallest Gestures Have the Biggest Impact

Sometimes in work and life, we forget about the simplest of things. In the age of COVID and all the stress that comes with it, we need to remember not to neglect the little things.  In a fast-paced, modern world, sometimes it pays to just sit and observe the world around you. In observation mode, …

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How Change Impact Learners in Five Stages

Change is an unavoidable part of life, and it has been at the forefront of people’s minds during the past 18 months.  As things change and we adjust to new ways of working now and in the future, we tend to overlook how this impacts our learners.  In this episode of The Learning Xchange, Matthew …

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7 Ways to Handle Burnout in the Workplace

The conversation around burnout and mental health has increasingly become a focus for workplaces. Yet, with burnout on the rise, many workplaces are not equipped to deal with it successfully.  If you look on news websites, especially HR or business-specific ones, you can see just how much of a problem burnout has become. Burnout is …

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How to Manage the Unlearning Curve for New Hires

When a new hire joins, there’s always a learning curve. What about an unlearning curve, though? New hires come with experience, processes, and habits picked up from their old workplace. They may or may not align with your company culture, goals, or processes. In this case, a degree of unlearning must happen for a new …

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Managers as Leaders: Three Critical Components of Good Leadership

Managers and leaders are often referred to interchangeably. But in reality, they are quite different. Managers control and direct people according to the values that have been established. Leaders set new direction or vision for their group. They also act as the spearhead for that new direction. Management without leadership Managers without leadership characteristics serve …

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How to Successfully Implement a New Initiative in the Workplace

Whether it’s to keep up with changing technology, a fast-paced market, new regulations, or something else, implementing a new initiative is a necessary part of running a successful business. However, it can be a tricky process. One simple change can affect every single part of an organization. If a new initiative is to be introduced …

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Why LMS Hierarchies Should Be Designed for Today’s Organizational Structures

Today’s organizational structures—and work environments—are vastly different than what they were decades ago. As the importance of talent development increases in today’s workplaces, companies need learning programs that can adapt to the needs of evolving business structures, personnel changes, and complex relationships. To achieve this, companies should focus on the backbone of their learning management …

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8 Effective Strategies to Develop (and Keep) Your Employees

How effective are your strategies for developing—and keeping—your employees? Creating an effective strategy to develop and retain your employees can have several benefits beyond just the employee. It can also improve the performance and growth of your business. But first, employers should understand the reasons why employees leave their jobs to begin with. Most commonly, …

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How To Build Work Relationships That Go Beyond Our Usual Functions

What happens when we make a concentrated effort to form positive working relationships? Not just basic collaboration and pleasantries, but to really connect and check in with your colleagues. Many of us get caught up in our own heads, too busy with the day-to-day responsibilities to remember to do this. However, the benefits are huge …

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Why Top-Performing Employees Leave—and What You Can Do About It

If you’re in the field of human resources management, you’ve probably faced the following scenario: one of your best, top-performing employees submits their two weeks’ notice. You feel blindsided. You didn’t know that they were unhappy, or that they were actively seeking other employment opportunities. You’ve just lost one of your best workers. Why? That’s …

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