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292,000 data points can't be wrong: here's four recommendations for companies who want better relationships with their experts and individual contributors

Four tips for hiring, developing, motivating and retaining individual contributors and other subject matter experts.

We've finished the book (and it only took three years!)

Three years ago, we (Dominic Johnson and Alistair Gordon) started writing a new book. Simple, we said. It’ll take a year at most. Out in 2018 latest! Such optimism.

Three questions to ask about advanced stakeholder relationships

Experts are broadly good with stakeholders, but tend to come unstuck in three common ways. Here's three questions to ask to help your team get unstuck

The five capabilities of virtual leadership

2020 has proved one thing – leading virtually isn’t the same as leading a collocated team. New stuff is needed. New thinking, new techniques, new levels of awareness, and new communication styles. Reading a couple of articles on Google doesn’t cut it. To be the best virtual leaders they can be, your leaders need to understand the five competencies that will make them an effect virtual leader. And assess themselves against them.

Are we listening to the ‘SILENT THIRD’ or the ‘LOUD THIRD’

It is a common belief among L&D professionals – those at HFL included – that ‘live’, face-to-face training is superior in learning outcomes to virtual delivery. In particular, we have believed that the vast majority of participants preferred face-to-face training. What if this wasn’t actually true?

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