Whether you're developing or in the market for corporate training videos, these examples from PwC, Chick-fil-A, and others are sure to impress.
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Upskilling prepares today’s workforce for tomorrow’s opportunities, positioning organizations for success in the future.
The time to begin exploring VR training is now. Here are the pros, cons, and different ways this technology can be utilized.
In his new book, "The Wires of War: Technology and the Global Struggle for Power," Jacob Helberg outlines the brewing cyberwar between Western democracies and autocracies like China and Russia.
It can sometimes feel like career progress is beyond your control. This can be especially acute if you are a young professional or entering a new industry. You’re too inexperienced, […]
As Abraham Lincoln famously said, “If you want to test a man’s character, give him power and a plate of cookies.” (Something like that.)
Many workers moved home on the promise or hope that they'd be able to keep working remotely at least some of the time after the pandemic ended.
Fulfillment at work isn’t about finding your passion; it’s about cultivating the relationships that create a sense of belonging.
The world's always been changing, but it feels like it's never changed so quickly as it does now. What life skills will that render obsolete?
The potential of blockchain might have been ruined for you by your unemployed cousin who wears Balenciagas to Thanksgiving dinner and told you to enter into the cryptocurrency market at […]
How are we preparing for the massive disruption that AI and automation will have on the workplace? We're not. Despite a PwC report stating that 38% of American jobs may be automated in the near future, US Treasury Secretary Mnuchin states that losing jobs through AI is "not even on our radar screen."
The future success or failure of the economy is up to the young, and many countries could do better to equip them.
Some companies have set up a progressive program to help their employees pay off their student loans, offering up to $10,000 in assistance over the course of employment.
On Friday 27 February, Big Think partner PwC hosted its second global webcast focused on the question, ‘What would you do if you were not afraid?’ The webcast was part of ‘Aspire to Lead: The PwC Women’s Leadership Series’.
If you're learning, you're being taught, no matter who is doing the teaching or where the lesson is taking place (and conversely, if you're not learning, you're not being taught).
The vice chairman and chief financial officer of PwC recounts how being diagnosed with Hodgkin's disease at 25 pushed her to become more active in pursuit of career goals.
The former chair of the New Zealand SEC discusses the correlation between profitability and having an equal number of men and women on corporate boards.
PwC Talent Manager Michael Fenlon discusses the aims of HeForShe, the solidarity movement for gender equality famously championed by actress Emma Watson in a September speech at the United Nations.
Business executive Amanda Mesler draws upon her 26 years of leadership experience to explain what it takes to be a CEO: vision, execution, backbone, and a strong support system.
PwC's global talent manager recently visited Big Think to discuss his company's Aspire to Lead initiative as well as to encourage men to pledge their support for gender equality.
The former head of New Zealand's SEC explains why putting women on boards isn't just the right thing to do — it's also the bright thing to do.
Confidence is cultivated outside one's comfort zone. This is why immersive artistic activity is such a boost to one's confidence.
Stephanie Herseth Sandlin was able to ride a wave confidence to run for Congress through the support of her friends and family. Perhaps to stop underestimating ourselves, we need to find our own confidence boosters — in our lives or online.
The Utah Women and Leadership Project is helping the state overcome its ranking as one of the nation's serious underachievers when it comes to gender equality in the workplace.
By consciously taking specific actions — from seeking out role models to reevaluating how we think about failure — we can train our mind to behave more confidently.
Michael Fenlon, global talent leader for PwC, discusses his company's Aspire to Lead initiative, which seeks to guide the next generation of women leaders.
Teaching Girls to See Themselves as Leaders, with Tara Sophia Mohr In order to guide young women to achieve their full leadership potential, life coach and author Tara Sophia Mohr […]
Carol Sawdye, the Chief Financial Officer of PwC, shares the story of how a startling life event pushed her to become more active in career management.
The first woman to head a major North American pro sports union has made several major splashes in her first seven months on the job while exuding confidence every step of the way.
What's more important: competence or confidence? When it comes to being a leader, it's preferable to have both. But if you had to choose just one, confidence is the way to go.