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A Mentor’s Advice on How to Build Trust in a Partnership


“In a mentorship, trust is the most important thing,” says Richard Worth. “A A good mentor is someone you can have that fireside chat with, someone you know will keep what you say confidential, someone who has your best interests at heart.”. That’s part of what makes mentoring different from being a coach — they are two different management skills.” And I think one of the biggest things about being a mentor is that you are in a really trusted and responsible position.

How to Become Congruent With Your Ideal Business and Lifestyle With Success Coach and Equine Alchemist Nafissa Shireen


Learn about how to become congruent with your ideal business and lifestyle with success coach and equine alchemist Nafissa Shireen. Nafissa is a success coach, and in this episode of LMScast she breaks down her success stories and the fundamental aspects that lead to success in business. For Nafissa the most engaging aspect of her previous employment was coaching, developing the team, and the community engagement. Chris Badgett: Nafissa is a success coach.


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Investment in leadership development continues to be critically important

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It provides the vision, culture, strategic direction and metrics to measure the achievement of goals. Soft measures are defined as employee perceptions of fairness, justice and trust. This involves interpersonal communication and coaching techniques that result in better conversations.

Build a deliberately developmental organization through peer learning groups

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“The culture of most organizations is not designed for practice; it’s designed for performance. In a culture of practice, in contrast, everyone is learning and growing.” — Robert Kegan and Lisa Laskow Lahey, “An Everyone Culture: Becoming a Deliberately Developmental Organization”.

How to Avoid The 3 Mistakes L&D Leaders Make When Addressing Workplace Harassment

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Peter Drucker said it best: “Culture eats strategy for breakfast.” The recent #MeToo movement has proven just how right Drucker was: the cultures of these organizations have devoured the most well-intended strategies. But most fail utterly when it comes to stopping the unacceptable levels of harassment and misconduct because they aren’t employing strategies proven to change culture. Leaders in my location are generous to me with their time, coaching and mentorship.



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Free L&D webinars for April 2018

Limestone Learning

Tuesday, April 3, 2018, 10AM – 11AM PT: 5 Problems with Sharing Training Videos on YouTube You wouldn’t trust YouTube with a video that held your personal credit card information. But right now, a quick YouTube search turns up 815,000 videos for “internal meeting,” 310,000 more for “product roadmap,” and 168,000 for “confidential training.” However, no amount of new terminology can convey the true and lasting importance of building a modern learning culture.

5 Lessons Learned from 16 Years in Leadership Development


Allowing learners to interact and communicate in less structured ways requires trusting that learning occurs with less direct control and supervision of the agenda, and it requires trust in the participants and in their ability to take advantage of the social experiences that are being created. If the learners have been able to hone their skills and better understand their unique leadership style, it will show itself in their daily work and the organizational culture.

Free L&D webinars for May 2018

Limestone Learning

Join David Wentworth, Principal Analyst with Brandon Hall Group, and Tim Duranleau, VP of Marketing at Litmos, as they discuss the true job of learning and development software and how companies can use it to foster a culture of continuous learning. Finally, it will identify tips and techniques that experts use when crafting decision points, learner answers, and coaching feedback. You know coaching is a foundational skill, one that drives both engagement and impact.

#MeToo: Movement or Moment?

CLO Magazine

She said part of why it’s hard for organizations to change is that the bad behavior has been entrenched for so long in workplace cultures. Second, Harned said retaliation is part of the culture right now. “We’re Only 1 in 5 employees stated that their company has a strong ethical culture. “It It becomes the natural pattern for leaders to focus on performance and the bottom line, but maintaining that culture from their perspective and owning it is a challenge,” Harned said.

How to Become a Learning Organization (An Interview with Michelle Ockers)

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But I would also overlay some of the thinking from Nigel Paine’s book which I shared with you a moment ago, when he talks about the critical components of a learning culture. Because an organization has a culture. He talks about: Trust. But they didn’t invent it–Amy Edmonson came up with it (see Edmonson’s book The Fearless Organization ), and she identified it, I think, in 2002, looking at cultures in a hospital system.