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New Business Skills Course Collection: A Contemporary Learning Experience for Modern Learners

New Business Skills Course Collection: A Contemporary Learning Experience for Modern Learners

The effective execution of business goals and strategies is mission critical for every organization. And yet, why do so many organizations fail in this?

Most often it stems from one of three things:

  • A breakdown in interpersonal relationships (communication or motivation, for example)
  • Failure to understanding (problem-solving or business acumen, for example)
  • Failure of competence (project management or negotiation skills, for example)

In short – the failure is a result of an employee lacking key business skills and competencies.

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Women Leadership in Indian Companies: A Persisting Glass Ceiling

By Tara O’Sullivan

These are sobering stats about women in India:

In slightly better news, a report from Grant Thornton shows that the proportion of women occupying top leadership positions in domestic companies increased from 17% in 2017 to 20% in 2018.

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Want to command the room? Then you need to project ‘Executive Presence’

By Tara O’Sullivan

Want to command the room? Then you need to project ‘Executive Presence’

I remember watching Amy Cuddy’s TED Talk about Power Poses, and I thought that this would make it so easy for me to feel confident and in control in any meeting. Of course, that’s not the point of the TED Talk – the point is to help you feel more confident and in control when you are not feeling it, which can be often.

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Digital Transformation – Are you ready?

By Heide Abelli

Skillsoft_SocialBanner_800x450_DigitalTransformation2Learning support for digital transformation is garnering a lot of attention in the L&D departments of most organizations these days — and for a good reason. As the primary driver behind the merging of business and management skills with traditional IT skills, it is pushing organizations to develop digital intelligence and to create new organizational structures and roles to support new competencies.

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