How can you train your employees on how to mindfully expand their productivity and creativity at work? In today’s Advisor, an expert weighs in.
Category: Training News
The latest news, regulation updates, and best practices in the training field.
There is increasing stress and pressure to perform in the modern workplace, and employee burnout is an all-too-common risk. See what one company is doing to address the problem.
It’s one of today’s most vexing economic puzzles: Why can’t employers find workers to fill their positions when approximately 7.5 million Americans are unemployed, and millions more are working part time because they can’t find full-time positions or have given up looking for work altogether?
Each organization needs to weigh the advantages and disadvantages of online learning and decide when it makes sense to use it as part of a blended learning approach.
It’s no secret that employees can get easily distracted by technology, but a new survey by ComPsych® Corporation, a provider of employee assistance programs, illustrates how pervasive the problem is.
According to a recent set of online surveys conducted by Harris Poll on behalf of the University of Phoenix® School of Business, just because your organization offers professional development does not mean employees will participate in it.
Yesterday’s Advisor revealed four methods for becoming a better trainer—and a key component was trainee feedback on your sessions. If those evaluations are telling you that you must breathe some new life into your training, here are some positive steps to take.
Do you want to be a better trainer? If you had to rate yourself as a trainer, would you give yourself high marks, or low ones? Would your trainees agree with your self-assessment? In any case, there’s always room for improvement—take a look at these four ways to work towards becoming the best trainer you […]
“Upskilling”—investing in the skills of front-line workers—has up-front costs, but it can save employers time and money in the long run, says Jaime Fall, director of UpSkill America at the nonprofit Aspen Institute.
As the name implies, competency-based training is a type of training that is focused on specific competencies or skills. Today, we take a look at this type of training and its benefits.