Renaissance Leadership

The 21st century requires people who are well-grounded and have multiple intelligences. A keen intellect or the ability to manage metrics is not enough. To provide products and services, you have to know how to attract and retain the very best employees across four generations of workers, to dialogue effectively with others, and to bring…

Strategies for Designing and HRD Program

Jerry Gillet and Seteven Eggland (2002) identified for managers of HRD an eight-point strategy for designing cost-effective, reputable learning programs that can survive economic crises and internal/external changes affecting the organization. 1. Establish a written HRD philosophy. There should be a written HRD philosophy that states unequivocally that effective human resource development can improve performance…