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Why You Should Consider Incorporating Microlearning in Your Training

Clarity Consultants

Microlearning is a training approach that focuses on providing information in bite-sized chunks. The goal is to ensure the material is highly digestible and that courses are accessible to even the busiest learners. Overall, a microlearning strategy is relatively easy to implement.

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How Startups Can Land a Second Meeting with a Corporate Partner

Harvard Business

Researchers attended 150 meetings between start-ups and corporations including IBM, Sony, L’Oréal, Toyota, and AstraZeneca. Entrepreneurship Entrepreneurial finance Fundraising Entrepreneurs and founders Scaling entrepreneurial ventures Start-ups Digital Article


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Grandiosity as a form of hiding

Seth Godin Blog

A business that says its mission is to, “reinvent local commerce to better serve our customers and neighborhoods,” can spend a lot of time doing not much of anything before they realize that they’re not actually creating value.

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Preparing to Announce Layoffs in a Virtual Meeting

Harvard Business

With practice, you can deliver difficult news effectively and compassionately. Presentation skills Virtual teams Internal communication Layoffs Digital Article

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The ABM Benchmark Survey

ABM gets better with age — but unfortunately, marketers don't have the luxury of pouring it into an oak barrel for a couple decades to let it mature. It’s clear there’s a maturity gap in ABM strategies, so how can marketers start closing it?

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Learning without training – Books

The Management Centre

We love learning here at =mc, as you would expect! And whilst we spend almost all of our time delivering training, we wholeheartedly believe in learning lots of things in lots of different ways. In this blog we take a look at how to learn from reading, and have book recommendations for you. There are thousands of management and leadership books, on all kinds of topics. Reading new ideas and perspectives can be both challenging and enjoyable.

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How to Be a Better Boss to Increase Employee Engagement

LSA Global

The Power of Employee Engagement We think of employee engagement as the strength of the mental and emotional connection employees feel toward their places of work. This includes most importantly the connection employees feel toward their direct manager.

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Research: What Fragile Masculinity Looks Like at Work

Harvard Business

When male employees feel that their masculinity has been threatened, it can lead them to engage in harmful behaviors. Gender Managing people Managing yourself Digital Article