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Leading with Empathy

Every month at FMP we share our thoughts on the latest workplace trends and explore the effects they have on employees. Empathy is a facet of emotional intelligence and in the past few years the topic has been acknowledged as an essential leadership skill. This skill is always important but it has become increasingly important…

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What Divides Us, What Unites Us – Working Across Generations

Every month we dive into what we are all so passionate about here at FMP: human capital management. The key to managing today’s workforce is understanding who is part of it. As has been mentioned in many articles and academic papers, for the first time in history, five generations are in the workforce, each of…

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Creating the Mentorship Program You Want to See in the World

This month’s truism is be the change you want to see in the world, focusing on leadership strategies. So, who is a leader? A leader is anyone with a lasting ability to influence. As we have learned in our blog earlier this month, transformational leaders motivate followers by articulating a compelling vision, serving as role…

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How to Grow High Potentials

To finish off our conversations on high potentials, we wanted to cover how an organization can grow high potentials within their existing staff. Good news, there has been a recent shift with organizations spending more of their training budget on executive and supervisory level leadership, and employees are eager to learn more and develop in…

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Simple Strategies for Cultivating a Learning Culture

Building a Learning Culture  In the first post in this series from FMP’s Learning and Development Center of Excellence, we presented practical ways to Create a Learning Strategy. When establishing an organizational learning strategy, it’s important to assess the big picture and align the strategy with the organization’s mission. For example, consider the organization’s needs….

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