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Top Leadership Learning and Development Blogs of 2021


Revisit Our Most-Read Blogs of 2021

When you read our blog, you are in good company. Learning and development leaders from all levels and industries find weekly inspiration, tips, and tools on our blog. With the continuous change we've all faced over the last few years, it's helpful to reflect on what helps leaders navigate with confidence and competence through that change.

Every year we do a round-up of the most read and visited content on our blog. We hope you will continue to find inspiration and valuable action items in these posts in the coming year.

4 Leadership Tips to Inspire a Shared Vision When Leading Virtually

Creating cohesion and inspiring others is more important for leaders than ever before. One of the key practice areas effective leaders demonstrate is to Inspire a Shared Vision.

Develop a Training Needs Assessment Process in 4 Steps

Most organizations perform a training needs assessment before embarking on a leadership development program. How do you know that your needs assessment is complete and accurate?

20 Elements to Include in Leadership Development Programs

While all leaders have common leadership challenges, there are aspects of leadership unique to each leader level. Making the transition from leading self, to leading others, to leading other leaders are all important jumps on the capability ladder.

Deepen Employee Engagement With These 5 Strategies

Engaged employees care about their work, are committed to their organizations, and often give more than is required or expected. There are several behaviors that effective leaders can model to their teams.

The 6 C's of Inclusive Leaders

Leaders focused on real inclusion are thinking global; not only do they facilitate diversity and inclusion, they understand the bigger picture of why diversity and inclusion are important to long-term business success.

Practicing the Skill of Civility During Challenging Times

What do leaders do when tensions are high? Next time you find yourself in an emotionally charged situation where the heart of it is centered in values or views that could be contrary to your own, can you be civil?

Don't Avoid Giving Feedback When Working Virtually

Giving feedback can be difficult, even during the best of times. Given today's challenges in the workplace, have you avoided giving your team feedback?


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Lauren Parkhill

Lauren Parkhill leads the marketing team in creating creative content that helps organizations develop their leaders and teams.