Learning & Development

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Lead to Win: Communication

Blog | Author: Lexy Thompson and Bill Gardner | Source: HCI | Published: 9 hours ago

Your experiences and your interpretation of those experiences slowly and subtly lead to beliefs and assumptions, or mental models, that then drive your behavior. Those mental models may be driving you to play not to lose instead of playing to win.  We will present some “playing not to lose” mental models, as well as their antithesis “playing to win”, mental models for your reflection in each of the four areas mentioned above.   

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4 Steps to Becoming a Better Manager

Article | Source: Bridge | Published: August 16, 2016

Don’t just be a better manager now; begin your management training for the workplace of 2020, when everyone from baby boomers to Gen Z will share not only office space but goals and objectives.

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Aligning First-Time Managers with Your Culture

Podcast | Presented By: Ron Thomas | Published: August 15, 2016

Listen to Ron Thomas, Managing Director of Strategy Focused Group DWC, LLC and Senior Faculty at HCI to find out just how essential front-line managers are to important organizational and talent outcomes like engagement, performance, and retention.

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The Post Millennial Workforce

Blog | Author: Amy Hirsh Robinson | Source: HCI | Published: August 11, 2016

As companies struggle to acclimate and flex to the Millennial generation’s attitudes and behaviors in the workplace, many are also realizing that they must ready themselves for the next generation of employees that is fast approaching.

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Reimagining the Terrors/Horrors of Employee Engagement

Blog | Author: Amy Bybee | Source: HCI | Published: August 11, 2016

We know the stats. Your organization is aware of the engagement issues, and they are attempting to tackle them every, single day. We’ve seen the surveys to prove it, and they are numerous and unanimous… So, the question is, why hasn’t there been a noticeable change? Why are we still dealing with a hefty statistic of disengaged, unenthusiastic workers that has not moved for the better?

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