Learning Styles and Types of Employee Training

By: Jason @TStationBlog Silberman Enhancing employees’ knowledge is of utmost importance to organizations nowadays. If employees feel that they are receiving training and skills which both make them more knowledgeable and more able to perform their daily work at a higher level, they will feel more engaged and motivated. This reflects in their performance, and helps a

Don’t Overwhelm Employees During Training Sessions

A great opinion article by Tony Schwartz was published Saturday in the New York Times.  Schwartz, chief executive officer of The Energy Project and the author, most recently, of “Be Excellent at Anything”, came with a message of QUALITY over QUANTITY in terms of worker productivity.  In other words, from both the employee and supervisor perspective, allowing workers to