Scary, Spooky Training Mistakes to Avoid – October Must Reads

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I’ve been in the October/Halloween spirit, which prompted me to think about the most terrifying, spooky, spine-chilling things that could happen in employee training. That is obviously the possible mistakes that employers, managers or employees can make. So, I’ve gathered these articles like a little child on Halloween night gathering all the treats he can fit in their pillow case and ended up with these 8 cringe-worthy articles all about mistakes in the employee training world! Try not to get too scared while reading them, they are just made up stories after all, right?!

6 HR Mistakes That Can Be Costly For Your Startup

Beginning to grow a startup is already a tricky…or-treat (Halloween pun) thing to do! Doing research is one of the greatest ways to educate yourself on how to properly do things. This article should be on your list of research to assure these HR mistakes don’t occur and cost your startup some trouble. There are plenty of other articles you could use in order to properly educate yourself and get ready for the journey ahead.

5 Mistakes Leaders Make When Motivating Their Teams

Leaders and managers set the tone for their employees and team. You must keep them motivated in order for them to work to the best of their ability. To ensure employees stay motivated, you have to avoid common mistakes that could deplete their efficiency and productivity. For example, if your employees aren’t motivated it may be because you are micromanaging, or any of these other 4 major mistakes.

Bad leadership: 10 mistakes every great leader avoids

To follow the previous article, here is an article on how to be the best leader you can be, by providing some more mistakes to avoid! Being a bad leader is a good idea for a scary Halloween costume, but it’s not something we want to see in the workplace. So while these mistakes could add to that great costume, like walking around being a know-it-all, that’s not great for employee moral! 126

Sick of Losing Your Best Employees? Stop Making These Mistakes

We always want to keep our best employees around, they keep our companies thriving! So how do we ensure that we keep these great employees around? This article suggests 3 ways, creating a retention plan, encouraging communication, and promoting from within, that is detailed within this article that could really help you save your best employees.

What To Do When Employees Make Mistakes

Another horrifying incident that we never want to happen is when the employee makes a mistake…AHH, scary! So how do you assure that you’re hiring employees who will make the least amount and none detrimental kinds of mistakes? This article provides 5 tips on how to get the most out of your employees!

5 Mistakes to Avoid When Training Millennial Employees

Training millennials can be a different experience than training boomers so there are a few different ways to go about it. There are also some frightening mistakes we can make while training millennials that we should be sure to avoid, like proving little to no feedback. These employees could be the future of your company so it’s important to train them correctly from the beginning.

5 Biggest Mistakes New Managers Make and How to Avoid Them

If you’re a new manager, you’re already stressed and nervous enough. You also want to make sure you’re doing a good job to the best of your ability. So maybe, as a precaution, research on what not to do in order to avoid any major mistakes. This article gives some great details, including caveats and possible actions to take, to avoid these mistakes.

How to Respond when an Employee Makes a Major Mistake

It’s possible for leaders to be a little confused and caught off guard when an employee makes a mistake. If you are a little unsure on how to handle this situation, this article can help. We’re given a couple steps on possible questions to ask yourself and your employee on figuring out what went wrong and how to fix it.
Jason is the Lead Author & Editor of TrainingStation Blog. Jason established the Training Station blog to create a source for news and discussion about some of the issues, challenges, news, and ideas relating to training, learning and development.