Good Leaders Can Redefine Training to Help Transform Workplace Culture

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Only a handful of children will make a varsity team without an involved cheerleader in their lives spurring them on and driving accountability. You’ll likely never see a child make it to the Olympics without a parental figure taking an active role in their training.

An employee’s perception of their company’s culture is directly connected to how engaged their direct manager is in their training.

The same is true of employees. Gallup says that 70 percent of employee engagement is due to the “manager effect.” An employee’s perception of their company’s culture is directly connected

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