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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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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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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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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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How to Identify Your Organizational Training Needs

When you find yourself thinking about your company’s organizational training needs, it’s important to remember that different organizations require personnel who possess different sets of skills and expertise. Specialists and experts who are desperately needed in one organization may not be particular important in another. This is why organizations must always consider the skills of their […]

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This Week’s Best in Training

Jason @TStationBlog Silberman In this week’s best in training, we see articles that discuss sustained motivation in training or learning opportunities, find sales enablement tools that help with training and motivation and identify the challenges with social learning. 1. DevLearn 2014 Conference Review In this article by the E-Learning 24/7 Blog, we learn about the conference Dev/Learn, […]

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3 Ways Training is the Best Employee Medicine

Jason @TStationBlog Silberman Any HR manager in a large company can tell you about the complexities of employee satisfaction and retention. Are they happy or unhappy (but not telling us)? Is a lack of engagement, motivation and satisfaction impacting performance and productivity, and from the worker reaching his/her full potential? Sometimes it’s best to begin […]

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How to Take Your training to the next level

By: Matthew @MattGuyan Guyan Recently, there has been a significant rise in the use of online learning. In the last five years, businesses, governments, and even universities have spent a huge amount of money, time, and resources to obtain and implement online learning tools. This infographic puts the elearning industry into perspective. Investment in online learning […]

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Infographic: Onboarding- It’s Time to Invest

Onboarding boosts employees productivity, engagement, and job satisfaction keeping your business running the clockwork. There are both drivers and barriers for this. The drivers include: employees productivity and engagement seem to be the most important. This boosts 39% of getting new employees productive quicker. The barriers include: time not money is the biggest constraint to […]

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