What NOT to do when training your employees – as told by The Office

If you don’t watch The Office, you’re making a huge mistake. The hit comedy may no longer be running, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t drop what you’re doing right this second to catch up on the endless laughs you’ve to this point missed out on. What’s more, despite popular belief, the Office isn’t just

How You Can Successfully Measure Your Employee Training Effectiveness

The ability to measure success is crucial to implementing effective strategies in any company. Some number-heavy areas, like financials, are clearly measurable. Others, like training efficacy, are far less black and white, but that doesn’t make those metrics any less valuable. Knowing where employee training is and isn’t successful is critical to designing future programs.

How Microsoft’s Skype Meetings Can Improve Employee Training

Microsoft has recently announced it’s new meeting solution for small businesses in the U.S., Skype Meetings. The service gives users tools such as real time audio and HD video conferencing, along with collaboration tools, such as screen sharing, and collaboration on Power Point presentations. Users can create a meeting and then share the link with

3 Lessons from the NBA Finals to Apply to Your Employee Training Program

Sports fans everywhere were blessed to witness the epic rematch between the Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors in this year’s NBA Finals. The series featured superstars doing super things, strikingly entertaining finishes, and a showdown of the league’s two best in Steph Curry and LeBron James. Even casual sports fans found themselves enamored by