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This Week’s Breaking News in Training

In this week’s best in Training, we look at just what do about skeptical, unwilling or even unhappy employees. From gamification to advances in technology, this weeks articles are about making employee positive changes. 1. Convincing Skeptical Employees to Adopt New Technology  Rebecca Knight’s article identifies the challenges faced by employers when employees become skeptical about […]

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The Week’s Best in Training News and Articles

This Week’s best in training provides a number of insightful articles which will help you become more energized, be better equipped to conduct reference-checks, and even a look into a more digital and up to date corporate training. 1. Is Reference-Checking Training Necessary? Margery Weinstein’s article asks why reference-checking is particularly important and then presents exactly […]

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This Week’s Best in Training News

In this article we look at training the distracted modern worker, how to encourage willing compliance training, and we also examine the role of motivation in the employee training environment.  1. Training a Plugged-In, Distracted Workforce: What Modern Learners Want & How to Deliver Carol Leaman considers just how to connect with modern learners in this […]

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This Week in Training

In this week’s best in Training, we look at just how the best teams function. From locating social trends affecting learning, to the dynamics of teams and intelligence, we’re sure that this week’s best will give you a boost. 1. Why Some Teams Are Smarter Than Others In this article by Wooley, Malone and Chabris, they […]

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This Week in Training

In this week’s best in training, we offer reminders about performance support, especially in the social age and look into training trends ahead for 2015. 1. 3 Reminders for Powerful Performance Support Scott McCormick’s article helps you strengthen your performance support efforts by delivering mobile learning and in particular by sharing some important reminders for a […]

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This Week’s Latest News in Training

In this week’s best in training, we look at the needs of our new employees and our star employees and find that training is essential to both. 1. Your New Employees Will Want These 6 Things When They Come On Board In this article by Andre Lavoie, he looks at how best to prepare for your […]

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This Week’s News in Employee Training

This week’s best in training are all exciting articles which focus on everything from experiential learning to the newest in e-learning trends for 2015. 1. E-Learning Trends to Follow in 2015 In this article by John Laskaris he shares some great information about e-learning trends that we should all be following in 2015. He presents some […]

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Best Training Articles of the Year

By: Jason @TStationBlog Silberman  We’ve seen a lot of development in the world of employee training in 2014. Whether increased adoption of micro learning and performance support, to the spread of mobile learning and the utilization of Big Data – so much has been written about that I think instructional designers, learning technology managers and L&D professionals […]

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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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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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