News and Articles About Training
First, do you really need training at your company? Second, should it be sourced internally or externally?
First impressions: They're why it's so important to spend time planning your new employee's first day.
There were only good sailors on the USS Montpelier, but a new commander was needed to make them a great crew.
Training can make the difference between missing your goal by a bit and crushing it by a lot.
To be an effective trainer, you need to keep it short, keep it sharp and keep it moving. If you find yourself reading the PowerPoint slides aloud, you've justly earned the blank or hostile looks glaring at you. Then, the only redemption possible is ending early.
Hiring and training is a huge expense. Avoid wasting time and money with these tips.
Use these three tips to build a talent pipeline of future leaders and ensure your company remains in good hands.
Experience is a must for some jobs, but people with raw talent offer unique benefits.
Have you ever considered that your digital-generation employees might prefer face-to-face training?
Make it easy for sales reps to master critical information while building upon previous knowledge.
The best way to train and evaluate employees is in short bursts that are easily retained.
Microlearning is replacing costly traditional employee training programs that yielded uneven results, at best.
Twitter, meanwhile, was criticized last December when it appointed a white man to be its head of diversity.
Their jobs at In-N-Out Burger gave Jason Frazier and Brandon Wlasischuk the skills they needed to be successful Screenmobile franchisees.
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