Training requires investment of time, money, people, and other resources. When an organization invests in training, it is because they expect a pre-determined value to be added to the organization, or a return on their investment (ROI). Organizations who receive a return understand that effective and lasting training is not a ‘one and done’ event.
Through which lens do you view your life? Lens A: I have no power to create my own life experiences. I am a victim of circumstances and other people, unable to influence or change the situations I experience in life. Lens B: I have the power to create my own life experiences! All it takes
The third Monday of each February is President’s Day. Whether you’re the President (leader) of your company, your hobby organization, your family, your children, or your own life, take a moment to ask yourself: What kind of leader am I? Do I lead, influence, and make decisions for the love of work, power, and personal success? Or, do I lead a path for meaningful life?
A person in business can be defined in a numerous amount of ways, successful, meticulous, or even incompetent. Welch describes that a true businessperson is not one who works to live, but lives to work. This businessperson not only understands how to be a great worker, but also knows how to manage them as well.