Category: Training Strategy

Placing a Focus on Emphasizing Strengths, Not Overcoming Weaknesses

If you think about the typical performance evaluation, where does the focus generally lie? When evaluating employees on a scale of 1–5 (where 5 is high), do managers tend to spend most of their time talking about the items they rated 4–5, or the items they rated 1–3? Most, perhaps unfortunately, tend to focus on […]

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Is There a Makerspace in Your Future?

It’s something that’s taking place in schools around the country, but it’s a concept that many companies can—and are—incorporating into their own training efforts: makerspaces.

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Overcoming Learning and Development Challenges

Any training professional will admit that the road to learning success is not always smooth. Wherever there are people, even the most well-thought-out training sessions can hit any number of stumbling blocks. There are those who do not want to learn and those who feel uncomfortable in a training session. Equally, there are some who […]

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Create an Online Training Strategy that Works

Each employee will have very specific training requirements, so businesses must consider the diversity of their staff to maximize the benefits of any online training. Therefore, it makes sense to create a training strategy that provides variety and options that will develop the key characteristics of those employees as needed. No one learner is the […]

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