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Training Leaders in an Age of Division

Posted by Jeff Letson | January 25, 2018

In today’s political climate, it’s pointless to pretend that we aren’t, in some ways, a people divided. From the big picture to personal relationships to the workplace, tensions are high. It’s impossible to ask people not to have political opinions, and while private employers in most states are allowed to ban political discussion when it interferes with work, such policies are difficult to enforce and often come off as heavy-handed. Yet allowing political tensions to run amok in the workplace can seriously damage productivity, team dynamics, and employee satisfaction. Here are four key skills to teach company leaders for when tempers run hot.

Corporate Training Outlook and Trends for 2018

Posted by Jeff Letson | January 08, 2018

Flexibility. Agility. Adaptability. Raise your hand if you heard these corporate buzzwords in 2017. From the age of the workforce to the demands of the market, so much about business is shifting, and business practices, including training and development, are shifting with it. It’s a brand new year, and corporate training is putting companies’ commitment to change to the test with these exciting trends to watch for.

How Castle Publications Created New Digital Revenue Streams

Posted by Jeff Letson | November 15, 2017

While some publishers and training firms resist growing demand for digital and mobile access to their content, others recognize a substantial new opportunity to grow revenue. Castle Publications in one such innovator. In this post, we'll explore how they translated 35 years of legal print publishing expertise to into new digital revenue streams.