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The Week’s Best Articles in Training

From a creative piece on the importance of training on employee loyalty to the troubling new phishing scams, this week’s best in training offer something for everyone.  1. Once Upon A Time In Training In this creative article written by Margery Weinstein, she offers up some insights into why your trainers lessons may not be […]

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This Week’s Best Articles in Training

This week’s best in training offers a variety of insightful pieces about topics like blended learning opportunities, the importance of corporate leadership in training support, and the opportunity that job aids present to workplace training. 1. I Learned 3 Things Last Weekend Tom Hopkins an international speaker and thought leader shares his thoughts from last […]

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This Week’s Best Reads in Training

Training is forever changing, and that’s the way it should be. This week’s articles remind us that the most effective training opportunities are often the most creative, responsive and learner-centered. 1. 7 Tips to Create Effective Blended eLearning Strategy Christopher Pappas’ article will help you create an eLearning strategy, which will help you offer your […]

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Best of the Week in Training

It’s hard to believe half of summer is behind us. Here are some of the articles I enjoyed reading this week.  1.      The Six Signs of a Second Rate Service Culture This article by Ron Kaufman helps solidify our understanding of poor service culture and its impacts on your performance. His six signs of substandard […]

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The Week’s Best Reads in Training

 1. Three Ways to Create Innovative Leaders Michael Lurie’s article on creativity and innovation in leadership helps us better understand the thinking and the mindsets of successful leaders. I especially liked how he demonstrates this by providing solid examples of the true cost of missing out on training opportunities. 2. Not Investing in Employee Training […]

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The Week’s Best in Training

1. Onboarding Essentials: What Really Matters to New Employees Ryan Sanders’ article about the importance of mentoring to new employees is critical. He proves that mentoring opportunities mean more to new employees than other perks of the job like free food. 2. The Missing Piece This  article by Koreen Pagano is about the importance of […]

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This Week’s Top Articles in Training

1. Don Kirkpatrick’s Contribution to our Profession This tribute to the lasting influence of Don Kirkpatrick to learning and development, by David Vance is both a strong memorial and a good reminder about L&D values, and history. 2. A Network Rethink for Learning & Development Thomas Handcock’s article about collaborative and networked learning is an […]

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Top 5 Training Posts

1# How do You Create A High Performance E-Learning Team? Creating a high performance e-learning team is one of the most daunting tasks to most people. To achieve success, you must establish a good team. Here are some tips from Steven Penfold on creating a vibrant and high performing e-learning team today. 2# Could Wearable […]

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This Week’s Best in Training

7 Mobile Random Mobile Learning Facts With growing use of mobile phones and smartphones, mobile learning is gradually becoming the standard in education settings. Justin Ferriman’s article takes a sneak peek to some facts about mobile learning. There are plenty, must-learn facts about mobile learning here. 7 Signs Your Sales Training Needs a Revamp It […]

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Training & Development Articles You May Have Missed

Hi everybody, Hope you all had a great weekend (and to our U.S. readers a belated Happy Thanksgiving weekend) and happy December! As you get started on the new week ahead please find 5 articles on employee training from last week that you may find interesting. BYOD Can Help Your Bottom Line (Chief Learning Officer) […]

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