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  • So much of learning is “caught, not taught.” No one recognizes the value of a firm foundation of formal training more than executives and HR leaders like you. And yet, you can’t do it all. You need a culture of learning that leverages the training you provide to create impromptu, unscripted opportunities to grow.

  • It costs your company from one to three times a good employee’s salary to replace him or her. The time and effort required to replace these employees can be devastating to a company, not to mention the loss of production in their absence. Your company can do something about it. One of the most effective ways to avoid losing good employees is to use “stay interviews.”

  • In today’s fast-paced and highly competitive corporate environment, it’s never been more important for your leaders to push pause and reflect on what happened last year in order to best plan for the year ahead. Reflective thinking can prepare leaders to thrive in five ways. Feel free to share these with leaders on your organizational team.

  • When people face life-and-death situations, it’s easy to see the value of strategic thinking. But the need remains great even when painful consequences aren’t immediately evident. Companies like yours need leaders who understand the value of strategic thinking. The Law of Navigation states that nearly anyone can steer the ship, but it takes a real leader to chart the course. It takes strategic thinking to lead your teams to their destinations.