David CM Carter on the Role of Character & Life Skills to Improve Performance at Work
Education within corporate settings faces formidable challenges that necessitate fresh solutions. A recent McKinsey study underscores the concerns of 87% of executives, who view the skills gap as a looming threat to their organization's growth. Equally concerning, a study conducted by Deloitte reveals that 67% of employees recognize the pressing need for more comprehensive training to perform their job functions effectively.
In light of these findings, it's clear that a reimagining of corporate education is required. In the following discussion, we'll explore with my guest David CM Carter, alternatives and strategies to bridge this critical skills gap and enhance workforce training, fostering organizational growth and success.
About my guest David CM Carter
David CM Carter is an entrepreneur whose illustrious career has earned him the well-deserved title of 'The World's Leading CEO Mentor.' With over four decades of experience, he stands as a true pioneer in the world of innovative business.
David is also the accomplished author of 'Breakthrough: Learn the Secrets of the World's Leading Mentor and Become the Best You Can Be.'
He is known for his groundbreaking work in character-based professional development, a paradigm shift tailored for organizations that prioritize a human-first approach.
David wholeheartedly embraces the 'Entelechy' philosophy, a concept rooted in Aristotle's wisdom. This philosophy reflects his unwavering belief in realizing one's full potential and essence, a principle that has defined his remarkable career and continues to inspire those around him.
What We Discussed in the Episode with David CM Carter on the Role of Character & Life Skills to Improve Performance at Work
- Defining Character, Skills, and Meta-Skills: What Sets Them Apart? - Performance Assessment in Corporations: Common Pitfalls and Mistakes - Reimagining Corporate Training: Addressing the Flaws in Developing Job Success - Nature vs. Nurture: The Age-Old Debate on Controlling Character Traits - Transforming the Future of Work: If You Had a Magic Wand, Where Would You Start and When? - The Relevance of University Degrees: Is a Degree Still Necessary for Lifelong Learning? - Nurturing Healthy Work Cultures: Candid Advice for Improvement