Everyone is busy at work, getting results, getting s**t done, right? So how do we build rapport and earn trust from the people we interact with at work? And how do we know when we have it? Here are some tips for improving working relationships.
Diversity training for the workplace may at first seem confusing or unnecessary, but it can be the start of many positive things for a business. It is an essential part of building awareness and a cohesive work environment. Here are some reasons why workplace diversity training is essential right now.
In Volume 1 and Volume 2, we discussed the innate biases that still exist in the hiring practices of many companies today. There are some inspiring businesses that are realizing the benefits of having a diverse workforce and are finding creative ways of achieving this. Check out these 3 case studies.
In our last blog, we looked at how little has been done in the last two decades to address the lack of workforce diversity. For example, 41% of respondents of Fortune 1000 companies say they are “too busy” to prioritize diversity. Here are some positive facts that may convince you why diversity should be prioritized.
Most people realize that there is a very real problem with most companies hiring practices, resulting in an over-representation of certain ethnic groups and genders. However, this is not a new issue. So, before we start looking at potential solutions, let’s look at some startling facts and figures.
Although regarded as one of the most powerful tools for learning and exploring human communications, roleplay is still regarded by most as something to be avoided. But why? Here are some reasons people avoid doing roleplays along with why roleplays can be so powerful for your on-site-training needs.
There’s no doubt that more and more companies are using professional corporate actors to bring their role-play scenarios to life. Bringing in a professional role play company can up the ante in terms of measurable results and consistency.
There’s plenty of good leadership advice out there, such as being a good listener and being persistent. However, if you can get stuff done, share the praise/blame, trust, and stay positive, you’ll go a long way towards not just being a good leader, but being an inspiring leader with a devoted team.
Have you ever felt that one team member is obstructing your ability to achieve goals? I think most managers have experienced the frustration of one person who gets in the way of teamwork! Every group seems to have one person that can be described as having a challenging personality.
If you really want to have an impressive, successful presentation and feel more comfortable in front of your audience, you have more work to do. Yet, how many people give this any real thought? Have you rehearsed and refined the delivery? Read these tips on how to deliver a successful presentation.
The workplace is fraught with challenging and unpredictable situations, such as giving a presentation, giving a work review, or having a difficult conversation. These situations can benefit from workplace rehearsals; however, short of talking to yourself in the mirror, how do you achieve that?