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5 Continuous Learning Tips That Worked For Me

For many years, most companies haven’t been embracing continuous learning. Training was always viewed as one time event, where employees completed a course, learned new techniques and then went back to their jobs where everything went back to normal. However, this is no longer the case today, companies are now working hard to implement a continuous learning […]

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Improving Training Performance

Today, many organizations are focusing beyond the traditional competence development and are adopting to more commercially focused performance fundamental values that are known to improving training performance. This shift in focus has linked business investment development to a much improved performance and higher returns to initial investment. In order to achieve the best training performance, […]

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This Week’s Latest News in Training

By: Jason @TStationBlog Silberman  From microlearning to insights from George Bernard Shaw, this week’s best in training offer up some important insights into talent management, and changing learning styles. 1.  5 Ways Talent Management Must Change In Don Tapscott’s article he challenges what he describes as the outdated bureaucracy of talent management. He offers 5 ways that […]

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Creating a Leadership Development Training Plan

Leadership development training is really no different from other types of personnel training programs in the sense that they aim to develop a certain skill set for a specific group of employees. In our case, these employees include managers and potential leaders. Despite the importance of leaders to an organization, they are still personnel, and […]

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Training Lessons from Batman

By: Jason @TStationBlog Silberman  In this page from Batman: Year One written by Frank Miller with Art by David Mazzucchelli, Bruce Wayne has returned to Gotham City and wants to make a difference in the wake of his parent’s murder. He has trained abroad for years honing and perfecting his skills and yet, he waits. Bruce believes […]

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3 Corporate Team Building Games

There are all kinds of corporate team building games out there, and they are each designed to do different things. Some team building games, for example, are designed for core personnel and managers, and these activities are meant to enhance their relationships with their subordinates and each other. Other team building games are designed for […]

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This Week’s News in Training

By: Jason @TStationBlog Silberman From principles of future employees and security awareness training for employees, this week’s best in training cover a variety of themes in training and training leadership. 1. 2014 State of the Industry Report: Spending on Employee Training Remains a Priority Laurie Miller’s article outlines how organizations and development investments are currently at healthy levels […]

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Give Thanks, To Your Employees

By: Jason @TStationBlog Silberman A writer I knew once wrote, in a twist on the Disney song, sometimes “it’s a small word after all.” Positive recognition, if not sincerely and in the right moment, is one of the greatest gifts someone can receive. Giving thanks to your employees for their service and hard work is a great […]

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4 Corporate Training Trends to Follow

There are plenty of corporate training trends out there, and these trends are largely driven by the needs of many organizations, each of which require their personnel to have different skills sets and expertise. Understanding the impetus and demand behind these trends is important because they help to define how companies think about their personnel, […]

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Karate Kid Lessons for Training Managers: Mr. Miyagi Still Knows What’s Best

By: Jason @TStationBlog Silberman In this legendary scene from the 80’s classic The Karate Kid Daniel San thinks he is about to learn great Karate skills only to be told to do chores around the house. Only when he complains does he realize that he has been training all along. We are given learning moments all through […]

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