LearnLoft Blogs & Podcasts
December 5, 2019
Through our research studying teams and leaders, we identified the 5 most common types of conflict in the workplace between bosses and their direct reports.
November 28, 2019
Many people and things deserve sincere thanks. It is very easy to overlook these things, particularly if showing gratitude isn’t currently in your repetiteur. Here are three things that cause you adversity but you should give gratitude too instead:
November 26, 2019
No matter your position, this one act can change the trajectory of another person’s life and costs you nothing. It’s ENCOURAGEMENT. We are all going through something whether you know it or not. We need encouragement to help us through. We all need someone to encourage us. I’m sure you’ve received it along the way. The challenge is to be that...
November 19, 2019
“Hope is not a strategy.” In season 23 episode 4, John Eades covers five key strategies for successfully leading remote team members. 5 Key Strategies for Successfully Leading a Remote Team Remember Remote Team Members are HumanBuild and Maintain Trust-Based RelationshipsSet Clear StandardsConstantly Communicate CultureGet Them Together...
November 18, 2019
One of the ways a leader separates themselves from being a manager is by coaching their people. A coach, by definition, is one who trains and instructs.
November 13, 2019
Everybody wants growth. Leaders of organizations often focus on growing their company. While that’s not a bad thing, the way most people go about obtaining that growth has them focusing on the wrong things. The best leaders understand that in order to grow their business, they must first grow their people. When you focus your energy on growing people vs. growing...
November 11, 2019
Amidst an epidemic of turnover, underperforming teams, and toxic work environments, the best organizations separated themselves because of this fundamental leadership truth: You get the leader you form.
November 7, 2019
The word encourage means to give support, confidence, or hope to someone. When you provide it to someone, it goes right to their heart, whether you know it or not. The proof of this is in the word itself. The word encourage comes from the prefix en, which means “to put into” and the Latin root cor, which means “heart.”