Learning, Training & Development

Here are five traits that CEO and Executive Chairman of ChapmanCG Matthew Chapman believes contribute to successful HR leaders. Over the last 15 years, I’ve tracked many Global HR Heads from the time they were HR Managers, and in that time I’ve also seen a number...

The remarkable rise of women in politics shows that it is time for a different style of leadership, says Rosie Bailey, who provides five actions for HR practitioners. The rise of women in political leadership roles is a tell-tale sign that the glass ceiling has...

I had a big “ah-ha” recently that compels me to write this post. I’ll start with the light bulb thought. HR professionals have substantial opportunities to generate enhanced value, that can significantly impact their careers and companies in ways they may not be aware....

Leaders increasingly expect their HR and learning teams to deliver tangible value to support organizational strategy. They need action that delivers results. These teams should respond in ways that support and deliver high performance at the speed required by our organizations....

Ever since I studied renowned humanist psychologist Carl Rogers’ groundbreaking work on empathy during my Master’s degree program in Marriage and Family Therapy, I was deeply struck by the power of empathy to improve lives, build meaningful connections, and develop leaders....

By Josh Bersin - clomedia.com Leadership development, the largest category of L&D spending, is on fire again. Our 2014 “Leadership Development Factbook” shows that spending in this critical area grew by 14 percent last year, with small and midsized companies increasing their spending by 23 percent. Why...

By Martin Couzins - TrainingZone Leaders and managers prefer to learn informally, according to a study on leadership development carried out by GoodPractice. The GoodPractice research looked at the key challenges faced by managers in UK organisations today, where they go for support and to understand the...