Finding a purpose, whether stumbling upon it by accident or by good or bad fortune, requires responsibility, ownership and nurturing to bring to fruition.
Most importantly, having the belief that we have the necessary skills, knowledge and suitable attitude or mindset to deal with what faces us brings the confidence required to face future challenges, and not see them as threats.
We’re intrigued to find out how L&D and HR professionals are shaping the L&D landscape of the future. Here are five key questions for the L&D industry.
Often, the definition of performance barely outlives the process of understanding the current situation.
Quality or quantity is not a new question to ask. But it is exactly the question to be asking.
The Economist once discussed an organisational culture book written by Ben Horowitz, a leading venture capitalist and modern management expert. “What You Do Is Who You Are: How to Create […]
I want what I want. The way I want it. At a price that works. We all do. Despite the old adage, I want to have my cake and eat […]