In more than a year of weekly blogging, we’ve had a handful of posts stand out above the rest…
For the last 50 weeks, we’ve published weekly content to help add value to all who come to our blog, or subscribe to our newsletter.
As a way to remind you of best practices and catch up the thousands of new subscribers up on content they may have missed.
There is one thing that leaders absolutely have to bring to work and that’s optimism. Optimism is what stops those with great talent from reaching their full potential. It’s a leaders responsibility to bring optimism to the workplace EVERY. SINGLE. DAY.
There are a lot of ways to motivate employees but the uncommon is always better than the common. We’ve come up with 5 ways to motivate employees that are out of the box and will delight your people.
One of our earlier posts about how the corporate learner is changing because of the invasion of millennials in the workforce. There is something interesting and engaging about a good infographic that helps transfer knowledge.
There is no question modern learners are frustrated by long, boring, and antiquated corporate training programs. Hopefully these answers are ones that “other” modern learners have, not ones in your organization!
I Hope These Posts are Valuable to You
It’s been a fantastic journey these last 50 weeks sharing ideas, best practices, and our journey at LearnLoft. My hope is that you can use our work to improve your own performance and others in your organization.
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About the author: John Eades is the CEO of LearnLoft and Host of the Follow My Lead Podcast. He is passionate about the development of people. He writes, and speaks about modern leadership and learning techniques. You can find him on instagram @johngeades.