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5 Sales Enablement Tools to Consider

Sales enablement tools traditionally referred to any equipment, format or medium which optimized a company’s marketing capabilities. These days, however, these tools generally refer to various types of software which increase the efficiency and returns of marketing campaigns, many of which are reliant on digital gadgets and online networks. The popularization of most sales enablement tools […]

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Video: All the Greats Have Short Memories

In this clip, NBA Legend Charles Barkley is giving Future NBA Legend James Harden  advice on how to start the new game season at peak performance. And apart from getting new gear at Foot Locker (who made the clip), Barkley recommends getting a short memory. Watch the clip to see why and how –   […]

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Breaking Down the Team Development Process

The team development process is a fairly simple process. It involves organizing different personnel into various teams with clear goals, functions and objectives which serve the interests of your organization. Team development, like other large scale organizational tasks, also requires a lot of personnel training, a good strategy as well as well established functions which […]

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Where to be at DevLearn 2014

New worlds of possibilities are emerging in learning and development. As training managers, or other related professionals, we need to constantly update our current knowledge bank to ensure our skill sets remain current and ahead of the learning trends. That’s why I’m so excited for DevLearn 2014 Conference & Expo. This year, DevLearn takes place […]

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How to Really Nail Software Training to Performance

A common scenario to paint the picture: Mark has just completed 3 days of training on operating the CRM software in the telecommunications company he started working at a week ago. Mark’s manager Carol expects him to hit the ground running and begin showing results quickly, but is also aware of the often-quoted statistic that […]

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What Employers Really Want? Workers They Don’t Have to Train – Interview

From time to time here at Training Station, we are lucky enough to be able to interview key thoughts leaders in the world of Learning and Development. It’s really enlightening to hear their thoughts on a wide variety of issues related to workplace learning, and – judging from the feedback we have heard – is […]

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5 Sales Training Techniques You Must Master

Sales training techniques, by their very definition, are strategies, plans and concepts which are designed to increase the sales output of a particular organization. Furthermore, these techniques can help ordinary personnel to better communicate critical information to potential clients, increase the popularity of your organization and also improve the public image of your products and […]

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What is a Cloud LMS?

A new breed of LMS is taking over the learning industry – the Cloud LMS.  Cloud LMSs, born in the last 5 years, go by many names including Social, Mobile, NextGen and Gamified.  They are designed with modern tools and techniques and are for lease in turnkey private and multi-tenant Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) deployment models. Being […]

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Video: What it Takes to Be a Great Leader

This video discusses that a typical leader is not an “all knowing superhero” that stands and commands and protects its followers. 58% of companies cited significant talent gaps for critical leadership roles. Roselinde Torres describes in a 21st century world relying on traditional development practices will stunt your growth as a leader. This is due […]

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Measuring Effectiveness of Training and Development

Like all other aspects of business and management, the effectiveness of training and development are determined by Return of Investment or ROI. Without a substantial ROI, employee training can easily be described as a waste of good investment, but with a good ROI, it can be described as very good for the organization. Each organization’s employee […]

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