Mentoring already takes place in the vast majority of organizations, but in many of these cases the focus is on informal mentoring. Learn why implementing a more formal approach to mentoring will benefit your organization.
All Employees Benefit—and Yours Will, Too! A common misconception and problem at many companies is the thought that leadership training should be targeted towards leaders, or at worst, at employees who are one step away from a leadership role within the organization. It’s an understandable mistake to make, but it does indicate that there is […]
Considering a life in public service? A career in the Federal government can be fulfilling and rewarding in many ways.
FLI presents a number of ways to promote an inclusive and diverse workplace, as well as demonstrating the benefits of implementing these practices and policies correctly.
Let’s review a few ways to keep virtual teams engaged, invested, and productive—not just during these unprecedented times, but also as we emerge from lockdowns and embrace a greater understanding and appreciation for those engaged in work outside the office.
FLI highlights key traits that lead to good virtual leadership. While many of these characteristics mirror keys to office-based leadership, the importance of some of them is heightened when managing a virtual workforce.
FLI’s customized leadership courses are designed to bring participants together in a learning environment that promotes internalizing and practicing the concepts of solution-focused leadership.
Companies that promote and nurture good work-life balance will more likely have greater retention of employees, greater productivity, and a happier and more positive workplace environment.
This series supplies managers with the tools they need to employ strategic planning in their organizations and execute the ultimate objective of taking their teams to the next level in performance.
Teams are the basic building block that supports most organizations. In this series, participants will first define the difference between a group and a team, then identify barriers in a dynamic team, and learn how to describe consensus building.