PDG Blog

Great minds don’t think alike—they think differently.
Wouldn’t the world be a boring place if everybody thought the same way?

PDG’s great minds are constantly investigating new ways to drive real business results. Here’s where we share our perspectives on what’s new, what different, what’s working, and what isn’t. We can help your company think in new ways, too!

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BUILDING AN EMPLOYEE RETENTION STRATEGY
What if just 25 percent of your workforce left? The following strategies can help your...
REBOARDING STRATEGIES FOR SUCCESS
Onboarding new employees is a common practice among many organizations, whether it’s a formal orientation...
REVAMPING YOUR ONBOARDING PROCESS FOR 2021 AND BEYOND
In a world in which turnover has been high, and experts predict it will only...
HOW CAN LEADERS DRIVE CULTURAL ADOPTION?
Building a positive corporate culture is work that never ends. When steps are deliberately taken...
4 HABITS OF HIGH-FUNCTIONING VIRTUAL TEAMS
What characterizes a highly functional virtual team?
IS IT TIME TO RESHAPE YOUR CORPORATE CULTURE?
Having a fun culture does not necessarily drive business results. Culture should be tied to...
PODCAST: MEASURING LEARNING IMPACT
Why do some leaders thrive during difficult times? Leadership grows from the roots of beliefs...
5 WAYS TO BUILD A SUCCESSFUL SALES TEAM WITH VIRTUAL ONBOARDING
How can you increase employee engagement and set your sales team up for onboarding success?...
The Key To Sales Success
MASTERING KEY SALES LEADERSHIP MINDSETS
Before a sales leader does anything else, they have to decide what their mindset is...
Sales Leader
FOUR WAYS TO UPSKILL SALES LEADERS TO EXCEL IN TODAY’S WORLD
Given that untrained sales managers can negatively impact both their sales team and the company’s...
THREE STRATEGIES FOR LEADING VIRTUAL SALES TEAMS
As virtual selling continues to transition from “this will never work” to “all in a...
Virtual Sales Leadership
LEARNING LESSONS FROM LEADERS WHO HAVE ALWAYS BEEN VIRTUAL
Not all of us signed up to be virtual leaders, though; circumstances forced virtual leadership...