In the world of leadership training and development, high potential isn’t discovered; it’s created. While the best team members have instincts and unique talents, learning crucial management skills will transform their capabilities as employees and leaders.
In this episode of Control the Room, I had the pleasure of speaking with Anita Abaisa about her experience making a greater impact using VR in her DEI training programs. She shares how using the technology in her training compares to the participants that don’t. Later, Anita explains why taking little steps is the key to behavior change. We then discuss the importance of showing people how to change. Listen in for more inspiration in how to support and engage teams to stop talent from changing jobs.
In this episode of Control the Room, I had the pleasure of speaking with Neal Foard about his latest initiative spreading messages of positivity on social media. He shares how he stumbled into his role as a social media influencer, improving people's day. Later, he shares stories about his faith in humanity during these divisive times. We then discuss the importance of finding a tribe of people that you vibe with. Listen in for more inspiration on how to practice positivity.
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In this episode of Control the Room, I had the pleasure of speaking with Erik Skogsberg, Sarah Gretter, and Jeff Grabill about their experience helping Higher Education organizations with design more impactful learning experiences. They share a handful of the unique challenges of designing change in Higher Education as well as similarities with other change initiatives. Later, they share how to create the conditions for sustainable longterm change within organizations. We then discuss the importance of having a shared vocabulary to help all the stakeholders communicate during change initiatives.
With increased flexibility of remote work comes the challenge of managing cross cultural remote teams: close the gap with intentional connection and communication.