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A Community First

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Steve Priest

"A community first, and a company second" - an interesting choice of words to describe a $6 billion Fortune 400 organization with 35,000 teammates (employees) across the United States, but an even more interesting choice of words 10 years ago when that same organization... More »

Demystifying the EI Quick Fix

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Laurie Carrick

Are leaders born or made? In 2006, Warren Bennis said, "The most dangerous myth is that leaders are born - that there is a genetic factor to leadership, that people have certain charismatic qualities or not. That's nonsense. Leaders are made rather than born." Daniel Go... More »

Business Education Under the Microscope: Applying Six Sigma to Workplace Training

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John Baun

In 2008, the United States spent an estimated $134 billion on employee training. Employers train employees for improving job skills, career advancement, industry certifications, and the quality of life of their employees, among other reasons. Employers presume a return ... More »

Making the Shift: 5 Steps to Becoming a Sales Performance Improvement Specialist

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ASTD Staff

"What have you done for me lately?" That question is running through the minds of the sales executives, sales managers, and sellers you work with on a daily basis. If you're a sales trainer who answers this question with the number of programs you facilitated or the res... More »

Whole Brain Thinking: Ignore It at Your Peril

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Ann Herrmann-Nehdi

Thirty years ago, a high-potential manager in a training class at General Electric's corporate university listened as my father, Ned Herrmann, then head of GE's management education, discussed research he was developing on how the brain affects day-to-day operations. St... More »