Do you run a business where your employees lack ambition?Do you understand why it is missing?
Would you like to encourage that ambition to return and improve your workplace? There is a disparity between employers and employees when it comes to what each one wants in the workplace. This gap can be filled with a new and innovative approach to learning that promotes it through curiosity and a willingness to seek answers, rather than simply bombarding employees with endless information products. By creating varied formats to deliver information, businesses can keep their skills relevant and remain competitive.
This book, “Ambition: The Missing Attribute in Your Employees”, seeks to help your business turn ordinary employees into extraordinary ones, with chapters that cover:
EQ, IQ, Ambition Quotient and how they differ
The importance of teamwork in any business
What employees want from you as an employerHow to find ambition in an interview
Communicating with your team
Why failure can be good
Developing resilience to cope with demandsHow you can create an ambitious workplace
The world has changed irrevocably in the way we learn in just the last few years and it will continue to change as we adapt to the new challenges we face. Learning must adapt to keep pace and your business must adapt so that your employees retain the ambition that will make it a success.
“Ambition: The Missing Attribute in Your Employees”, will show you how to find the decisive components that will reignite the ambition in your workforce.
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Cheryl Johnson is a performance solution specialist with more than 20 years of experience in coaching, learning, development, and workplace training performance. With her pioneering attitude, she has made substantial contributions in the area of learning with an emphasis on behavioral change. Cheryl has been recognized as a leader in the architecture and design of interactive multimedia learning systems and strategies. She was also published by well-known educational psychologist Michael Allen in his 2012 e-Learning Annual.