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KEY QUESTIONS FOR PLANNING YOUR TRAINING STRATEGY

* This article is part of a whitepaper called “Closing the Gap From Training to Proficiency.” LEARNING DIVERSITY Question: How do we ensure that employees properly apply what they have learned during training sessions? The answer to this question begins with the realization that learning differs from individual to individual, as each person absorbs and retains […]

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Infographic: Futureproof Your Career

This infographic by Ayers lays out recent global employment trends to help secure your future career. Service sectors have by far seen the largest growth recently, with almost 50% employed globally in 2013. One of the disruptive drivers of change in the future working landscape is that “a new multimedia eco system will develop changing […]

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Managing Employee Training Costs

Studying employee training costs is one of the most important considerations when putting together an employee training program. Not only are such costs necessary for maintaining the viability of personnel training, studying them also helps executives and managers appreciate what sort of goals and rewards they can expect from such investments. However, because of the […]

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7 Reasons Blended Learning is The Future of Training

By: Phil Bickerton, @SaxonsLearning What is blended learning? Organizations should consider training solutions for their employees, as it can not only develop important skills, but also help staff to stay motivated, maintain productivity, and achieve business goals, whilst staying ahead of the competition. There are several different forms of training companies should consider before jumping in. […]

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This Week’s Latest News in Training

In this week’s best in training, we look at the needs of our new employees and our star employees and find that training is essential to both. 1. Your New Employees Will Want These 6 Things When They Come On Board In this article by Andre Lavoie, he looks at how best to prepare for your […]

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3 Leadership Training Programs That Guarantee Success

Leadership training programs are basically short term programs designed to help personnel develop their leadership skills in order to increase their leadership capacity for their current jobs. These programs help personnel become better leaders and, at the same time, give them a much greater appreciation for their work and their company’s long term strategy. However, […]

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Distance Learning – Pros and Cons

There are many distance learning pros and cons and they can make a big impact in your organization’s learning strategies. Like all the other methods used for corporate learning, it’s important to keep in mind that distance learning is only suitable for certain types of personnel. So in order to make the most out of […]

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Why Gamification Works SO WELL For Onboarding

Businesses are on a never-ending quest to attract and retain top talent. Unfortunately, a company’s growth and success aren’t always the driving factors behind the hiring saga. Businesses lose nearly a quarter of all new employees within a year. This turnover is costly in terms of slowed performance and rehiring expenses. With the average cost […]

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This Week’s News in Employee Training

This week’s best in training are all exciting articles which focus on everything from experiential learning to the newest in e-learning trends for 2015. 1. E-Learning Trends to Follow in 2015 In this article by John Laskaris he shares some great information about e-learning trends that we should all be following in 2015. He presents some […]

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Training Up: Why Executives Need to Be Trained Too

For quite some time, executive training was in steady decline. Since the 2008’s recession, training budgets were cut significantly and executive education was not considered high priority. Now, however, executive education is on the rebound. So much so that business schools are dedicating significant time and resources to executive engagement. The movement to see leadership […]

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