You have what it takes to be a good leader.

How many times have you seen/read/heard someone or the other talk about: Ignite the leader within you. Or give you the steps for How to […]

STUDY: Employees Indicate Need for More Skills Training at Work

When LinkedIn conducted a survey asking 1,000 workers how they felt about their skill sets at work, they found that a surprising number of employees […]

Don’t Wait to be Sorry: Service Industry Training

If you love…or used to love…eating at Chipotle, you’re not alone. In recent years, Chipotle has emerged as one of America’s most popular fast food […]

Yahoo! Rumors, Lawsuits and Low Morale

If you haven’t already heard the news, Yahoo, one of the nation’s top tech companies, is downsizing. CEO Marissa Mayer is scaling down Yahoo’s operations […]

The Art of Decluttering the Workplace

If you found a copy of Marie Kondo’s bestselling book, The Life-changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Ordering, among your […]

Top Three Training Challenges in the Healthcare Sector

The healthcare sector is complex and always shifting. It is currently grappling with growing concerns about compliance, new approaches to medical insurance, and new technologies, which effect […]

Do Our Presidential Candidates Have the Right Training?

By the time one proposes to run for President, you hope they have the right training for the job, but the current Democratic and Republican […]

Top 10 Workplace Training Stories of 2015: Part 1

Over the past twelve months, eLeap has posted on myriad of subjects concerning workplace training, eLearning and mLearning. From time to time, eLeap has also […]

How to Make the Leap to an LMS

While many workplaces have already taken the leap, many more businesses—especially those which fall into the small or family-run business category—have yet to adopt a […]

Bending and Breaking Rules in the Age of Compliance

Last week, one of Google’s self-driving cars was pulled over by a California State Trooper. As it turns out, the self-driving vehicle was driving too […]

Training to Protect Workers Against Bloodborne Pathogens

Bloodborne pathogens are infectious microorganisms found in the human bloodstream that have the potential to cause disease. These pathogens include hepatitis B (HBV), hepatitis C […]

The Case for Soft Skills Training and Best Practices for Delivery

Soft skills—buzz phrase or something you should be focused on? There’s debate floating around about whether or not soft skills training is valuable. The Value of […]

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