There’s a certain sound in the air these days. It’s a collective sigh of relief that the dog-eat-dog, every-rep-for-themselves approach to sales is on the way out.
At this point, just about everyone knows about the gender gap – the disparity between the number of women in leadership roles and the number of women who should be in leadership roles based on demographics, ability and interest. Coaching may help.
As a training manager, how do you know which modalities to choose for a given training initiative? It’s important to take into account best practices as well as learner preferences. These tips can help.
Virtual reality (VR) is a three-dimensional, computer-generated representation of physical worlds. These worlds are immersive, and users can interact with them as if they are real.
There’s much talk of needing to be flexible and adaptable in the changing world of work. But, when it comes to enforced change rather than self-development of our own choosing, professionals can feel uneasy about the unknown and choose not to...
As a training leader, how do you keep track of the various learning activities and learners’ success? How do the employees demonstrate their knowledge, skills and abilities (KSAs) in a meaningful way?