When you are developing a course, you are never sure what’s its reception would be. There are many challenges you need to face in order to be sure that your course will be the right one for the audience intended and that it will bring tangible training results.
Startups are built on very fragile business model foundations. While entering volatile and oversaturated markets, they need to face the pressures and challenges that each day has in store for them. Training the workforce and keeping it up-to-date with the best practices and technologies is one of those challenges, particularly with the new generations.
Granted, courses can be expensive and you’re not always going to benefit from learning different subjects. However, courses have many uses when you’re a business owner and they could end up saving you money long-term. Not only do courses provide many business benefits but let’s just assume your business is going to fail.
Today, education has never been more important for many people. For those who are leaders in the education industry, the ability to motivate others and lead effectively has a huge effect on several factors, including the quality of education, students’ results, and the reputation of the school or college.
Welcome to Season 1, Episode 3 of the Leadership Execution Podcast. In this episode, I discuss on how you can establish a real trust with your clients and develop healthy and profitable business relationships.
Creativity is a difficult asset to master and moreover to exploit. It needs the right conditions to flourish, the knowledge to cope with a specific problem and the necessary tools to make it shine! Creativity is not the art equivalent of MacGyver in liberal arts. Is much more!
If your small business has started to grow at a rapid pace and you need more competent people to keep advancing, then you are surely facing a serious issue. Competence usually costs more and if you have a new wave of employees coming, then training all of them is going to deplete your funds quickly. Therefore, the expansion is not going to bring the expected return on investment.