Articles by Rama Eriksson
Rama Eriksson is a Content Editor at findcourses.com. Her writing is complemented by 15+ years as a marketing professional. She brings her experience and curiosity to connect professionals to the right training to help further their goals. Originally from the New York area, Rama has lived in Stockholm, Sweden since 2010.
Continuous professional learning keeps you up-to-date and gives your career a competitive advantage. Not to mention, future-proofing your company. Read on for our top 7 reasons to pursue executive education.
You’ve done your part. You know that diverse teams are more high performing and you've conscientiously hired for one. But, diversity and inclusion in the workplace is just one piece of the DEI puzzle. Read on to learn how certain leadership skills can amplify your diverse team’s power.
Diversity and inclusion efforts within organizations are up... and, so are incidents of perceived discrimination. Adding D&I training in the workplace is not enough. Our DEI primer for hiring managers is an essential read for understanding the link between their role and organizational performance.
Are you a senior leader looking to project your professionalism and career ambitions? The business world is in constant change. As an executive, you’re expected to keep up to guide your organization forward. Executive education is the best way to help you stay current, achieve career growth, and polish your personal brand. Here's our list of popular topics within executive education right now.
Here’s a surprising factoid: workers in Botswana or Belarus are more likely to have a woman as manager than are workers in the U.S. or even in the U.K. We know women managers are good for business so why is there still a gender gap at the top? The truth is, women leaders must navigate a labyrinth not a ladder to get there.
Resilience training is the ultimate burnout prevention strategy. Employees have been working at unsustainable levels since even before the pandemic hit. More than psychobabble and positive thinking, training for resilience can be a vital tool to keep your workforce current and agile.
Can you believe it’s already been one year of working within the notorious “new normal”? The silver lining is that the disruption actually led to several giant leaps in how we work and has no doubt ensured that we’ll never work the same way again. (Goodbye ‘meetings for no reason’ meetings!) Here’s what we at findcourses.com have learned from a year of working remotely.
Teach a micromanager to trust and the team will ultimately thrive. Building trust in teams has never been more important. To create better working teams, you need to actually improve every employees’ skills that will make remote work workable.