Non-compliance is our bane as trainers. Or is it? Why are some non-compliant salespeople capable of ultimately embracing change, while others remain steadfastly opposed? Here is a tale of two non-complaint salespeople.
Individual career plans are powerful tools to inspire, engage and retain employees.
With increasing automation and artificial intelligence (AI), there is global apprehension that robots will replace humans and technology will replace teachers.
Most companies have some form of corporate mentorship program, usually for new employees. But extending that program to students in the community can be equally valuable for both the company and the mentee.
There’s no question about it; the health care industry is booming and is one of the leading, if not the leading, employer in the United States. Here are the top five ways whiteboard animation enhances professional development in this industry.
Salespeople travel frequently and are often stuck in transport to meetings, waiting in line for coffee or delayed at an airport. If they have an easy-to-access video, they can pop in headphones anywhere and review their knowledge.
Every successful learning and development leader should be prepared to deliver three basic kinds of key stories.
Many managers lack courage and avoid difficult conversations about performance. Those are not reasons to eliminate a system that, theoretically, is intended to recognize performance and provide a forum to discuss a person’s development.
Workplace health and safety is not a “sexy” topic. It’s not the type of training that has your employees clamoring to attend, yet it is a necessary and important part of your company’s training catalog.
Whether you’re a B2B or B2C business, a manufacturer or a retailer, or something in between, you are engaged in commerce, and the foundation of commerce is trust.