Author: LD Editor

Disengaged employees cost organisations billions of dollars every year. Unfortunately, many executives responsible for measuring and improving engagement have no idea how individuals become disengaged in the first place. The key to engagement is the quality of an individual’s day-to-day motivation. This 60-minute event will...

By Kevin Martin - clomedia.com To prepare someone to lead globally, development options must equip leaders with the right combination of skills around collaboration and influence. Most curriculum to develop global leadership skills and competencies focuses on the same points: developing and executing strategic business plans; communicating...

By Josh Bersin I just completed a two week tour of Asia (Singapore, Hong Kong, Tokyo) and met with dozens of Human Resources and business leaders. It was a fascinating trip and I want to share a few thoughts. 1. Acute Leadership Gaps:  Asian Leaders Behave Differently. It’s easy...

By Joelle K. Jay - fastcompany.com When it comes to leadership development, a focus on women is all the rage. As an executive coach working with senior leaders in Fortune 500 companies, I have seen a noticeable uptick in the interest in developing female leaders. Companies are...

Workforce 2020 By Mike Ettling - diginomica.com Today’s workplace is the most diverse work environment the world has ever seen. It’s the most multi-generational, with up to five different generations working together – each with different skills, experiences, work habits and motivations. More of our workers are...