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The Nuts and Bolts of Employee Training

There is no doubt that learning and development within any organization is paramount for its ongoing success. Irrespective of the type of business, employees must have the relevant amount of knowledge, enhanced skills, and abilities so that they are able to do their job successfully.

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Online Training Resources and Learning Styles

For training to be effective, there must be a perfect blend of learning resources that will meet the learner’s requirements and expectations. Highly visual and aesthetically pleasing learning material will engage those with a visual preference, aiding concentration, but all learning styles must be accommodated.

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Improving Cultural Dexterity Skills in Distributed Teams

With businesses becoming globalized, both managers and team members must interact with people from various cultural backgrounds. To succeed in this new environment, it requires a unique skill set called “cultural dexterity.” It’s also called “global dexterity.”

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Up Your Productivity with Gamification

According to a 2015 Gallup poll, only 31.5% of U.S. workers are engaged in their jobs—less than one-half. The good news is, gamification has gone mainstream, and the trend is moving upward as Millennials are becoming a more dominant force in the workplace. In 2030, they will count for 75% of the workforce.

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An Introduction to Servant Leadership

The concept of “servant leadership” pivots on the philosophy that when leaders serve, both leaders and followers collectively enrich their lives, builds better organizations, and, ultimately, creates a better place for humanity. It also centers on the idea that people are naturally kind, positive, humble, open-minded, and have a high degree of self-control. While it […]

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Understanding Millennials’ Career and Training Needs

According to Catalyst, a nonprofit organization with a mission to creating diverse workplaces, Millennials will cover 50% of the global workforce by 2020. As of 2015, Millennials have become the largest generation in the American labor force, comprising 35%, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Their characteristics are unique considering they are the […]

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Learning to Prepare For Various Emergencies

Regardless of what the emergency is, a responsible company knows that preparedness is a key factor in minimizing risk and keeping people safe. So whether a fire breaks out in the coffee room or someone walks into your company in a bomb vest, how your firm responds is key to safety.

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