Dr. Judith Hale, author of the best-selling Performance Consultant’s Fieldbook joined Media 1 for our first ever Executive Forum. In her presentation, she discussed three key facts that anyone concerned with working smarter should remember forever.
Strong leadership is required to guide people through periods of uncertainty and keep disruption to a minimum and production at acceptable levels. Are you up for the task?
Dr. Judith Hale, author of “The Performance Consultant’s Fieldbook” will be joining Media 1 for our first ever executive forum. We will discuss measurable ways to improve your company’s performance.
In the spirit of the holidays, we have developed the six factors necessary for a high performance holiday season. Follow this advice, and you will surely enter 2013 ready for your best year yet!
Performance improvement plans often require changes in the organization. But how can you implement the changes without disrupting the culture already in place?
Confronting leaders about performance problems can be intimidating. Here’s a little advice on how to bring up the subject and motivate leaders to help fix the issues.
How can you be sure that your training investment works to fix the problems it is designed to solve? Read more to find out why being ‘lean’ isn’t good enough.
When you lead performance improvement programs, there will be people who disagree with the proposed plan of action. Here are a few suggestions to win the vote for change in your organization and help your team work together.
A vision of an Electronic Performance Support System used to seem like science fiction. Now it is an ever-present reality, but most companies let giant amounts of data that could help improve performance simply fall through the cracks.
Good communication is at the foundation of successful performance. To ensure your communications connect, try following these classic guidelines.