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Tech Savvy and Time Poor – Training the Modern Worker

In a typical work week, workers have just one per cent of their time to focus on training and development. Now consider that in a […]

Keeping Employees Safe & Satisfied: Keys to Training in the Packaging Industry

The packaging industry has faced increasing scrutiny in recent years as it has had to adjust to ever-changing compliance regulations, integrate new technologies, and adapt […]

To Centralize or Localize? Solving the L&D Locus Issue

One of the many trade-offs in L&D is whether to have instructional design (ID) centralized or localized. Sure, it can be outsourced, but you’re better […]

Start the New Year Right by Focusing on Employees

Happy New Year! Are your learning programs ready for a fresh start or even just a little makeover? The name of the game is driving […]

Looking Back on a Great 2019

Every year seems to fly by faster than the last, doesn't it? Well, 2019 was no exception. Hopefully, you're still enjoying some time off with […]

3 Gifts to Give Every Learner

Happy holidays, everyone! As we enjoy this week of celebration and gift-giving, it got me thinking about the presents we can give our learners – […]

Training in 2020: Five Priorities for the New Year

2020 is around the corner. Is your training program ready for the new year? If so, you’re not alone. Organizations have gotten more serious about […]

Corporate Training Content: Directions in Curation

One of the mantras I’ve championed is "curation over creation." And I still believe it. It’s just that the task has changed. For the better, […]

Customer experience isn't my job

Is customer experience everyone’s job? Yes… and no. It’s a little too easy to state that it’s everyone’s job because then it becomes way too […]

Training from the mall this month?

‘Tis the season for PTO. Workers will be working a lot less this month. From family obligations to holiday-related events to the holidays themselves, plenty […]

Selling is hard. Training shouldn't make it harder.

Selling is hard. There, I’ve said it. Sales reps and sales managers have difficult jobs and it takes a special kind of person to be […]

Why Non-Customer-Facing Teams Need Customer Experience Training

There is a common refrain (dare I say, excuse?) from teams who don’t see themselves as dealing with customers. They say: “But I’m in accounting/learning […]

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