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November 16, 2021 Natia Mgeladze

Coaching: The key element for successful implementation of a sustainable Food Safety Management System

IFC has recently developed a set of guidelines for coaching food safety teams as every Food Business needs consistent coaching for the successful implementation of a sustainable Food Safety Management System (FSMS), training alone is not enough.  


November 11, 2021 Karen Feeley

Lights, Camera, Action!

Over the past year, we have all become familiar with online meetings.  So familiar have we become that a new term has emerged:  Zoom Fatigue.  We have all experienced that feeling of being exhausted after being on back-to-back web meetings with the camera on.  Yet, despite this common feeling, we are often asked, “S


October 21, 2021 Ghislaine Muyangata

Virtual Food Safety Training: The New Normal

Training has always been at the core of system implementations and needed changes, no matter the activity.


October 18, 2021 Adaora Ayoade

A Coaching Approach to Dealing with Stress in the Workplace

In today’s busy world, the workplace too often seems like an emotional roller coaster. Long hours, tight deadlines, and ever-increasing demands can leave you feeling worried, drained, and overwhelmed.


September 24, 2021 Adaora Ayoade

Building A Coaching Culture

According to the 2020 ICF Global Coaching Study, coaching is mainly deployed in organizations via managers and leaders who use coaching skills; however, there exists a la


September 24, 2021 Karen Feeley

Does your Training Suffer from New Year Resolution Syndrome?

What is the most crowded day at your neighborhood gym? January 2. After the end-of-year holiday binging, New Year presents the perfect time to put one on the straight-and-narrow of bodily repair. Sadly, by about February, the gym is back to its normal population, with most New Years Resolutions forgotten.


September 16, 2021 Karen Feeley

What Is Different in Emerging Markets?

Any successful training program begins with a thorough needs assessment to determine the right solution.  When working in a developed country, we often take for granted certain minimum standards.  For instance, we assume that the classroom will have electricity and that, in most cases, our audience knows how to read


September 08, 2021 GLC Team

Non-Financial Services: A Crucial Lifeline in Times of Crisis

IFC enabled financial institutions to deliver skills-building programs for their MSME clients in emerging markets thus bolstering resilience during the pandemic.


August 20, 2021 Karen Feeley

Thinking Inside the Box

“Thinking outside the box” means to think creatively for a new solution to an old problem.  It was a creative metaphor when it first emerged in common use in the late 1960s.  Fifty years later, the expression has become a cliché.


August 06, 2021 Adnan M. Al-Sada