Your point of view shapes how you see and react to situations in life and in the workplace. But as David Hoff, COO and Executive VP for Leadership Development at EASI•Consult®, discusses, demonstrating flexibility – as it relates to learning agility – requires you to adjust your viewpoint to correctly interpret a specific situation.
Letting an employee go is not an easy task, but it’s one that should be done the right way. David Smith, PhD, President and CEO of EASI•Consult®, shares how this takes more than a knowledge of employment law.
Good coaches are willing to explore various models and approaches to help those with whom they are working, whether it be high-potentials or those in need of improvement. So, how can the Burke Learning Agility™ Suite of Assessments enhance that “coach-coachee” relationship to achieve practical results?
As the recent World Economic Forum occupied headlines around the globe, Joseph Gier, Ph.D., VP of Consulting Services at EASI•Consult®, was struck by a common theme that ran through the advice from so many well-known and highly successful entrepreneurs.
‘Learning Agility – The Key to Leader Potential’ Part 3: How the Book is Useful to a Line Manager or HR GeneralistFebruary 5th, 2018
In the third installment of his series on his book about Learning Agility, Dave Hoff, EASI•Consult® COO and VP of Leadership Development, discusses how the book is structured for practical application within an organization.
The word agility has gotten a lot of buzz in the last few years, but where does one definition end and another begin? Before you buy into the importance of agility, be sure you understand what is really being measured and what it means for you and/or your organization.
In the second article on his book, written with Warner Burke, about Learning Agility, David Hoff, COO and executive VP for EASI•Consult®, explains that all leadership tests are not created equal… and why research is important to understanding why.
The war for talent is more fierce than ever, and there is a growing belief that the people who have the highest potential are also your most agile learners. However, defining learning agility, and determining who has more of it, has remained a challenge until recently.
While employee performance is, more or less, a measurable evaluation, potential can be a bit trickier. Rebekah Cardenas, Ph.D., VP of Business Development and Assessment Solutions at EASI•Consult® shares the Burke LAI™ supports a scientific approach to identifying future leaders.
Last month, EASI•Consult® held its first Burke Learning Agility Assessment Suite Certification Workshop. Considering the input from participants, EASI president and CEO David Smith, Ph.D., says it certainly won’t be the last.