Sort by: Newest | Oldest

January 14, 2022 Karen Feeley

Hold onto Your Hats!

If you work in the training profession, hold onto your hats! The winds are blowing in your favor in 2022. As the world comes off the COVID lockdowns, the return to work is going to bring with it many changes that are going to keep training departments and training providers busy. Here are our predictions for the big

January 10, 2022 Amy Warren

What I Learned About Goal Setting from Keeping a New Year’s Resolution

At the start of January 2021, I resolved to make a new recipe every week for a year. My son was 15 months old at the time and becoming quite the little foodie. Rather than resorting to the same recipes over and over, I decided to make new dishes for our family to try.

January 03, 2022 Adaora Ayoade

Cultivating an Environment of Trust through Coaching

When it comes to planting growth, the pH of the soil, the temperature, moisture, and availability of nutrients all constitute the soil’s environment and play a vital role in the growth of the plant. In the same manner, the work environment plays a crucial role in employee performance and overall business growth.

December 10, 2021 Margaret Jackson

Self-reflective Practice

A few weeks ago, I visited one of my best friends from high school. I was ushered to her porch and there she sat listening to Michael Jackson’s “Man in the Mirror”. and I was so excited! I hadn’t heard the song in years! However, the lyrics made me pause and think.

November 24, 2021 Adaora Ayoade

Building a Coaching Culture through Listening

According to a study conducted by the International Coach Federation (ICF), only thirty-two percent of organizations use internal coach practitioners, external coach practitioners, and managers/leaders that leverage coaching skills.

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