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5 Things We Learned From the Blog In 2018

By Eagle's Flight on November 27, 2018

As another year comes to a close, it’s the time when organizations, teams, and individuals around the world and in every industry, reflect on the wins of the year, as well as the challenges and goals that will roll over into 2019.

Luckily, over the past year, we have collectively learned a great deal more about the world of organizational training and development, and what is important to those in leadership, human resources, and learning and development roles.

Without further ado, here are the top five things our readers learned from the blog in 2018, that will prove to be just as important in 2019.


Leaders Are Solely Responsible for Fostering High-Performing Teams

Finding the right people to fill roles at your organization isn't the only thing that matters when it comes to forming high-performance teams. Leaders have to understand how each member will complement the others, and how to cultivate shared values and open communication.

For a full list of skills leaders need to succeed in 2019, flip through this pocket guide.


The 4 Traits Leaders Need to Successfully Lead a Digital Transformation

Because digital transformation requires changing the way people perceive technology and alters how they do their jobs, leaders are essential to make this transformation as painless as possible.

Did you know we wrote an entire guide on the employees of digital transformation? Read it here.


Collaboration Can Only Happen By Breaking Down Organizational Silos

In a global survey, 61 percent of surveyed business leaders said that greater collaboration across functions was the key to reaching their strategic goals. While silos can exist between departments or within them, there are four actions you can take to dismantle organizational silos.

For further reading on collaboration in the workplace, this guide is a must read.


Behavior Impacts the Creation of a Customer Centric Culture

Cultivating and encouraging certain behaviors will contribute to more customer-centric culture. Find out the six things company leadership should do to deliver an excellent customer experience.

To learn more about customer centricity, check out this high-level infographic.


Company Culture Starts with Leadership

The only way for a specific company culture to take root is with intentional effort on the part of your leaders. This blog was essential to understanding how leaders influence others around them.

Find out what makes a culture change leader successful in this Training Industry article.


From the entire Eagle's Flight Team, thank you for avidly reading the Eagle's Flight Organizational Development and Training blog. We look forward to another great year of learning together in 2019 and beyond! 

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