If it were easy everyone would do it . . . . How many times have we said or thought that about complicated or compelling achievements? When we think about our organizations, this same adage comes into play in a number of contexts.
Can we simplify things? Can we find a unifying model to help find some sense of order in the chaos and confusion?
We believe the answer is, “Yes.”
If you were one of the millions of people who were enthralled by Daniel Day Lewis’ portrayal of President Lincoln in last year’s movie, “Lincoln,” you might remember an interesting reference to Euclid. In the film, the character was using the reference to Euclid to help simplify a complex social and political concept for his aides.
In this webinar we'll discuss:
A formula based upon Euclid’s First Common Notions which says that if two things are equal to the same thing, then those two things are equal to each other.
How this formula will provide a guide for analyzing the steps and the information you will need to design and implement an employee training program that will meet the needs of both your organization and employees.