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All posts by Chris Craddock

How To Conduct Leadership Training

Here's a quick checklist on how to conduct great leadership training for your teams and some proven ideas on how you can make it engaging and memorable....

Leadership Training

Why Leadership Training Fails

Leadership training often fails because it's not relevant and actionable. Here are three answers to your leadership training questions!...

Leadership Training

Five Examples of Leadership Training That Work

We're discussing five different examples of leadership training that really works....

Leadership Training

Implicit Bias and How It Impacts Your Company

If you are in a leadership position, you regularly need to make quick decisions. The same process your brain uses to consider possibilities quickly and come to a particular conclusion is also used in social interactions and personal decision-making. ...

Employer of Choice, Leadership Training

Effectiveness of Leadership Training

Companies need to be able to measure the effectiveness of their leadership training. However, there are too many companies who fail to provide leaders with the training and support they need – ironically, usually for financial reasons. With his...

Disengaged Employees, Leadership Training

Leadership Training Review: A Better Leader vs. LinkedIn Learning

Online leadership training is in high demand, and no wonder – competition for the best talent has become more and more fierce in recent years, meaning companies need excellent leadership to hang on to the best employees. This is both good and b...

Leadership Training

Employee Burnout: Do You Know the Signs?

The American workforce is in the throes of a burnout crisis, especially in high stakes and inherently stressful industries like healthcare and tech – and it’s not hard to see why. In the era of endless “hustle” and 24/7 connec...

Disengaged Employees, Leadership Training

How The Power of Habit Creates Better Leaders

The Projections team reads a new book together each year, and our 2019 book was Charles Duhigg’s “The Power of Habit.” In his book, “The Power of Habit,” author Charles Duhigg breaks down the science behind our mind’s ...

Leadership Training

Dealing with Difficult Employees

No matter where you work or how nice you may be, you're bound to end up dealing with difficult employees. In fact, researchers have shown that 60-80 percent of issues in the workplace stem from strained employer-employee relationships....

Disengaged Employees, Leadership Training

The Myth of Work-Life Balance

One of the great pitfalls of society today is our unintentional creation of false dichotomies.  These are a failure in our reasoning that makes us believe we only have two options.  One of the longest-standing examples of this in leadership is ...

Employer of Choice, Leadership Training, Work-Life Balance

Fast-Thinking Leaders: How To Respond for Success

If you have been studying and learning leadership for long, you have likely heard “the answer” about how you should respond for success. As though there is one best leadership style and principle. However, here is the truth about quality leadersh...

Leadership Training

Leading Gig Workers

In this gig economy, people work at many side jobs, short-term contracts and freelance jobs. The 2017 Intuit study on the on-demand economy predicts that 9.2 million Americans will choose on-demand jobs by 2021. Many successful, innovative businesses...

Employer of Choice, Leadership Training

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