Articles by Kate Everson
Getting Inside BNY Mellon’s Heads
Psychological assessment not only uncovered an ideal financial adviser’s traits but also how to get employees to let you survey their brains.
Learning in Translation
Learning another language isn’t easy. CLOs can help employees succeed by offering the right flexibility, support and resources.
Appreciation: the Universal Motivator
At last, a one-size-fits-all motivator comes along — the personal thank you.
Glassdoor Opens the Door to Transparent Training
The job site’s new tool allows companies to emphasize their development opportunities to prospective employees.
6 Psychotherapies to Reduce Stress at Work
Consider teaching employees “psychological martial arts” — graceful but effective ways to curb stress.
A.T. Kearney’s Stephen Parker: Admiration Through Adaptability
A.T. Kearney wants to be the most admired global consulting firm. Chief Learning Officer Stephen Parker’s flexibility and global mindset might just get it there.
Death of the Cubicle — Facebook and Pearson Style
With more companies transitioning from traditional cubicle environments to open offices, CLOs have to make room for change management.
“I Perform Better Under Pressure” is a Lie
Any employees who say they churn out better work under pressure are lying — but they may not realize it.
“Fight or Flight” is Not a Stress Management Method
The common term for how we handle stress doesn’t apply to the office setting, but that doesn’t mean managers shouldn’t help employees find better ways.
SAP’s Sold on Self-Awareness
Mindfulness, the ability to pay attention in the present without distraction or judgment, isn’t frivolous in a learning context — it’s about science, and it’s helping software developer SAP’s employees be better workers.
Sales Training the SAP Way
The software developer had to develop a new way to train as its business grew and sales team had more responsibilities.
Salary Reports Could Point to Next Skill Wave
Opportunities to get paid versus paying it forward might be a differentiator for future graduates’ choice in majors.
Satiating Survivors Post Lay-Off
If your company just shrank in half thanks to layoffs, make sure you retain employees still on the payroll through engagement and career planning.
Time Enough to Lead
Like in relationships, there’s a thin line between too much attention and not enough. Finding that sweet spot not only leads to better performance, but also better leaders.