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A Complete Guide to Choosing a Training Provider + FREE Checklist

A Complete Guide to Choosing a Training Provider + FREE Checklist

Training is no longer a “nice-to-have” in successful organizations. It has become a critical part of any company’s investment strategy if they want to continue growing long-term. Trainings promote employee loyalty and retention, improve performance levels, and increases employee independence, among many other benefits. When it comes to trainings, outsourcing to a specialist provider has […]

How to Choose Between In-house Training and Public Seminars

How to Choose Between In-house Training and Public Seminars

The primary reason why senior executives and HR professionals invest in training programs is to make their employees, their very future leaders, more effective. A lot of research have proven that investing in development programs improves job satisfaction, loyalty, and productivity of employees, and company decision-makers are now catching up. Though highly valuable, top management […]

14 Books That Can Make You a More Effective Leader

14 Books That Can Make You a More Effective Leader

Skills and strategies make organizations operate more effectively and efficiently. These are anchored on good leadership.  This is where good executives, managers, and supervisors come in.  They have the opportunity – and responsibility — to directly impact their team’s work and ensure they contribute to the greater success of the organization. If you are currently […]

7 Philippine Presidents, Different Leadership Styles

7 Philippine Presidents, Different Leadership Styles

In leadership, professionals can learn much from famous CEO’s.  There is, however, also much to learn from leaders in government.  Let’s take a look at the leadership qualities of seven of the most recent presidents of our Republic.   Ferdinand E. Marcos (1965-1986) While historians have branded Ferdinand Marcos as a dictator, no one has […]

7 Customer Service Lessons from the United Airlines Debacle

7 Customer Service Lessons from the United Airlines Debacle

The airline industry is one of the most popular fields when it comes to customer service expectations. Travelling involves a lot of people interaction, especially when it comes to airlines because there are certain steps and processes that a person needs to go through. That’s why when the news about the United Airlines broke out, […]

10 Warning Signs of Unhappy Employees [Infographic]

10 Warning Signs of Unhappy Employees [Infographic]

Employees are the oars that keep your boat moving. Your company’s success is highly dependent on their daily productivity, creativity, and commitment to the vision. When employees are unhappy and disengaged, various issues may arise. Negligence, decreased productivity, damaged brand reputation, and loss of revenue are just a few of the effects of employee dissatisfaction. […]

Undeniable Statistics that Prove the Value of Employee Training

Undeniable Statistics that Prove the Value of Employee Training

Your company is like a car, with your employees being the engine that keeps it running fast and smooth. Just like any engine, your employees need constant fine-tuning and maintenance to ensure maximum performance. An employee training program is the oil that keeps your engine running smoothly. Professional learning and growth opportunities drive employee satisfaction. […]

Is Your Business Doing Social Media Right?

Is Your Business Doing Social Media Right?

Using Facebook, Twitter or Instagram for your company doesn’t necessarily mean you’re doing social media right. What a lot of people don’t realize is that running a social media account is a whole other playing field from running a personal account. You don’t post just about anything at just about any time. As in everything […]

Geek, Fluff, and Weasel

Geek, Fluff, and Weasel

If you write clearly, people automatically assume that you think clearly too.  But oftentimes, writing is a complicated, challenging, and very frustrating business.  Many will agree with that people are more likely to speak effectively than write clearly. But why do people write poorly?  People learned to speak first.  A good number of people even […]

Building A Culture of Open Communication is Key

Building A Culture of Open Communication is Key

A leading international organization with an office in Manila approached Guthrie-Jensen in the recent past with the goal of improving the culture of their operations department.  The department had 200 employees, coming from diverse backgrounds:  long-time and new employees; Filipino employees and nationals from Asia, Europe, and North America; tenured professionals and contractual workers. The […]

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