In our industry, I think of "moving frogs in a wheelbarrow" as the challenges we all face in these do-more-with-less times. It’s hard to feel like you’re making progress when your frogs keep jumping out. Wouldn’t it be nice if they all took a nap at the same time for once?
How to prove that the money being spent on training is actually improving business performance.
Being an ally of any marginalized group is a rewarding and frustrating experience. Marginalized people, whether because of race, class, sexual orientation, age, or gender often have a deeper understanding of their society than those of us who live in the mainstream.
Zoe Training was recently featured in a Denver Business Journal article exploring whether employee training and development should be viewed an expense or an investment.
Punxsutawney Phil’s system of prediction is a lot like training initiatives. Too often, organizations implement a training program with no clear plan for identifying actual outcomes and ensuring the ROI of the investment.
Is the economy finally back on track? Are we headed for a double-dip recession? Will hiring pick up again anytime soon? These are important questions that will impact the future of your organization—however, the more immediate question is: How are the ripple effects from the ongoing tight economic conditions directly impacting your employees TODAY?