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How Can You Build Trust?

by Jyothi Dass

International author, speaker and CEO Brian Tracy states, “The glue that holds all relationships together—including the relationship between the leader and the led is trust, and trust is based on 

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Leader, Know Thyself

It is a new year. Many of us made lists last week, recommitting ourselves to the “new year, new you” maxim, foregoing some things, while trying to develop healthier habits. 537 more words


Quick Question - The Teaching Leader

I mentioned in a recent post that my New Year’s Resolution as an aspiring leader is an increased focus on the topic of service leadership. 681 more words


Grassroots and start up Learning and Development

Today I thought I might give the world of Vocational Education a break and have a look at some issues that more focused around corporate learning and development and in particular early stage, or greenfields corporate learning and development. 1,121 more words


Four Ways to Build the Culture You Want to See in Your Senior Community

I had a conversation with a leadership team recently that was incredibly frustrated by the initiative being taken by aides in the building. The complaint was that they were sitting around at the nurse’s station when they weren’t busy with cares. 649 more words

Culture Change

2017 McMullen Naval History Symposium

I thoroughly enjoyed being part of the “extraordinary breadth” of scholarship presented at the McMullen Naval History Symposium last week at the U.S Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD. 974 more words


The Questionable Relation between Individual and Organizational Learning

Mirjam Neelen

Let’s start with a silly question. Why should organizations invest time and money (resources) in their individual employees’ learning? Well, the assumption is that this learning helps facilitate change and innovation so that the organization sustains a competitive advantage (see for example, Ropes & Thölke, 2010). 1,675 more words

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