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If you want to help your organization remain competitive in today’s market, you may want to consider studying artificial intelligence. AI is quickly changing the way businesses operate, and its influence is only expected to increase in the coming years. According to a report by PwC, 52% of companies accelerated their AI adoption plans following the ...Read More
To stay competitive in evolving markets, companies need to be willing and able to change. Organizations that are stuck in their ways can easily get left in the dust, outpaced by more innovative brands. Gartner reports that nearly 75% of organizations expect to multiply the amount of major change initiatives they will undertake in the next ...Read More
Starting a career in a new field is exciting, but getting your foot in the door often presents a challenge. If you’re worried about your application being overshadowed by candidates with more experience than you, don’t underestimate the role that a well-written resume can play in the hiring process. Even if you don’t have the ...Read More
Simply put, artificial intelligence refers to the ability of machines to learn and make decisions based on data and analytics. When used strategically, AI has the potential to make a tremendous difference in the way we go about our work. When you think about artificial intelligence being used by businesses, your mind likely jumps to automation. ...Read More
If you want to make a lasting difference at your organization, effective change management is key. By convincing others to change, you can overcome obstacles that may be dragging the organization down. A change management course can help you gain the knowledge necessary to become a catalyst for change. With change management training, you’ll study the ...Read More
The ability to influence and persuade others affects all aspects of your life—from your personal relationships with friends and family members to how your coworkers perceive you. The Center for Creative Leadership states that there are three main types of influence tactics—logical appeals, emotional appeals, and cooperative appeals. Part of successful persuasion is determining which ...Read More
Most employees will only stay at company long-term if they’re able to grow their careers. To do so, they’re eager and willing to learn new skills that can benefit them in their roles and contribute to your company. Consider: 94% of employees would stay at a company longer if it invested in helping them learn, CNBC ...Read More
We’re now in the midst of a “Great Resignation.” The COVID-19 pandemic has made it clearer to professionals what they want from work and what kinds of employers they’re willing to stick with. According to September 2021 global study by McKinsey & Company, 53% of employers said they’re experiencing greater voluntary turnover than they had in ...Read More
If you want to retain employees, you need to invest in their growth, learning and development. The current state of career growth opportunities is dismal. According to the July 2021 Monster Job Index: 80% of professionals don’t think their current employer provides growth opportunities. 54% of employees fear they don’t have the skills they need to thrive in ...Read More
The financial industry is heavily regulated, and for good reason. In 2020, total assets under management (AUM) reached $103 trillion, representing a 11% growth from the previous year. In North America, AUM saw a 12% growth, reaching $49 trillion. These numbers represent real money that has been invested, which highlights the importance of oversight and ...Read More
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