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Training Deck: Develop Storytelling in HR

Use this training deck to host training sessions for HR on how to develop their ability to become engaging storytellers.

Training Deck: Train Managers to Master Difficult Conversations

Avoiding difficult conversations can negatively impact employees, the HR department, and the business’ bottom line. Give managers the confidence and skills they need to...

Training Deck: Emotional Intelligence in Leadership

The ability to understand your own and other people's emotions and adapt your behavior accordingly is not an innate ability or fixed trait. It’s something that can be...

Training Deck: Negotiate With Empathy

Adopt a simple three-step approach to negotiation. Use this approach to reflect on your objectives, understand the perspectives of others, craft a compelling message, and...

Training Deck: Solve HR Problems Using Systems Thinking

Help HR professionals become better problem solvers by looking at challenges and finding solutions in a new way. Systems thinking strategies allow you to see both the big...

Strategically Develop a 360 Feedback Process Storyboard

360 feedback incorporates the feedback of multiple raters to provide an employee with a holistic view of their behavior against core competencies related to their role.

Training Deck: Navigate Team Dynamics

To successfully reap the benefits of working in teams, organizations must focus on effective transition through the four phases of the team lifecycle: Forming, Storming,...

Build a Resilient HR Team Storyboard

The changing world of work continues to increase the pressure experienced by HR professionals, leaving them vulnerable to chronic work stress and burnout. Develop a...

Systematically Develop Your HR Department Storyboard

Plan a simple approach to developing HR capabilities to increase the effectiveness of the HR department.

Develop an Impactful High-Potential Program Storyboard

A hi-po program purposefully identifies employees and provides them with targeted development. However, a lack of clarity around the hi-po definition leads to the wrong...
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