7 Steps to Virtual Training Success

Venturing into virtual territory without a road map for success can lead to a bumpy and uncertain journey. Although virtual delivery differs from classroom delivery, there are similarities. A few simple guidelines will ensure success with your next (or first) virtual venture. On March 27, I will host a webinar on Conducting Your First Virtual…

Making the Digital Learning Shift with Leadership Development

Historically, leadership development has been the one “vertical” within traditional learning and development curriculums that was immune to digitalization. Training and workshops had to be face to face—or so the story was told. But the nature of our workforce and operational constraints have forced a change for nearly every global organization—and when you overlay disruption…

Servant Leadership—Do’s and Don’ts When Creating a Curriculum for Your Organization

Learn how to create a servant leadership culture in your organization. The just published June issue of Blanchard’s Ignite newsletter shares tips and strategies for leadership, learning, and talent development professionals. Highlights include Do’s and Don’ts When Creating a Servant Leadership Curriculum You have to resist the temptation to treat a servant leadership initiative as just…

Take an 80/20 Approach to First-Time Management

Executive coach Linda Miller has worked with a lot of people who have made the transition from individual contributor to manager.  As a featured speaker in the upcoming First-Time Manager Livecast, Miller will be sharing that new managers need to approach their new role with a different mindset in two key areas: focus and relationships.…

Making a Real Impact with Learning

I was recently working with a new client on applying Situational Leadership® II in his organization. I suggested as a first step he meet with each of his direct reports to get clear on their goals. “But I already know each person’s goals,” he said. “We all always have goals. In fact, we just did…