Pilot trainees learn through active learning through experiencing real-life scenarios, confirming that they know how to handle a situation or, more importantly, learning what they need to be aware of a situation presents itself.Read more
Mental strength can mean many things to many people, but no matter whether you're a warrior in an extreme environment or a mother with a sick child, there several similar components that define "mental strength."Read more
In the January/February 2020 issue of Harvard Business Review, there is an interesting article entitled “The Transformer CLO.” It starts with this statement “IN TODAY’S DYNAMIC BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT, workplace learning has become a key lever for success.”Read more
“There is an important difference between being innovative and being an innovative enterprise. The former generates a lot of ideas and the latter generates a lot of cash”.
- Harvard Business Review written by Theodore Levitt, entitled “Creativity Is Not Enough.”
Today’s workers live in an environment of rapid change. Changing industry demands, internal culture realignments and increasing customer-facing challenges are the new norms.Read more
Gauge is building its database of scenario questions for libraries of information on best practices in various industries.Read more
To succeed, we need to know what our weaknesses are and then find out how to resolve them. When we learn, we feel more confident, and the mental strength gained by being comfortable with life and business discussionRead more