So called soft-skills are power skills. A person’s communication “soft-skills” set them apart and onto the road to success. Today’s research shows that the changing way we work – collaboratively, in teams, with complexity and a need for agility and adaptability – increasingly demands people can integrate ‘soft-skills’ with their technical skills and knowledge. There […]
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During recruitment, discerning who will be the most suitable person from a short-list of candidates is an important consideration. When we consider that making poor hire decisions will cost 50% to 250%* of an annual salary to replace unsuitable staff, personal preference in the selection should only be part of the story. Likewise, hiring a […]
Five unique skills that actors bring to corporate roleplaying: 1. Actors are able to take on the traits of an individual customer or personality type to enhance sales and negotiation training…
When committing resources for training and development programs, there is a danger of investment in classroom based or online resources that can leave people stranded to attempt to assimilate the training into their work…
Have you recently returned to work after a break, either school holidays or at the very least, a long weekend, feeling refreshed, relaxed, able to effortlessly handle problems as they arise?
It seems that since 1972, the FBI had been putting all new agents through a rigorous training course over 4 months, learning all kinds of things, but they were graduating without a clue how to conduct a complete investigation.