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Purchasing Learning Technologies

Given that trainers are in the education business, how “educated” are we about one of our most significant purchases: technologies for learning?

Continuing Training magazine's exploration of awareness of learning technologies, we look at survey results on how trainers prepare for and participate in the purchasing process.

Content Under Pressure

Game 7 of the World Series. Home team is down by one run, with a runner on third. Bottom of the ninth. Two outs. Two strikes. A bead of sweat trickles down the batter’s cheek. He tightens his grip on the bat and shifts his stance slightly. His eyes narrow. Some sixty feet away, the pitcher stares in, then winds up, leg kicking high.

Today's employees often feel like they work in a pressure cooker that is ready to explode at any given moment. Some organizations are implementing training programs to help their employees better manage that pressure and improve their performance in the process.

Training For the Worst

Emergencies happen. They can happen to anyone, anywhere, any time. Every week, somewhere in the world, there is an extreme weather event. Sometimes Mother Nature just rises up, and there you are in the middle of an unavoidable situation. Some situations are more predictable than others.

Disasters - whether manmade or the result of nature - are bound to occur, no matter how finely tuned a business is. Resilience training is key to making people more capable of bouncing back quicker and emerging stronger from these shocks and stresses.

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Submit a Top Training Video Today!

Welcome to Training magazine’s second annual Top Training Videos (Ttvs) Awards Program. Here’s your chance to showcase your filmmaking abilities. Submission deadline is June 29, 2015.

Part 2: Purchasing Learning Technologies

Continuing Training magazine's exploration of awareness of learning technologies, we look at survey results on how trainers prepare for and participate in the purchasing process.

Training For the Worst

Disasters - whether manmade or the result of nature - are bound to occur, no matter how finely tuned a business is. Resilience training is key to making people more capable of bouncing back quicker and emerging stronger from these shocks and stresses.

Content Under Pressure

Today's employees often feel like they work in a pressure cooker that is ready to explode at any given moment. Some organizations are implementing training programs to help their employees better manage that pressure and improve their performance in the process.

Training magazine Ranks 2015 Top 125 Organizations

Training magazine recognized the 2015 Training Top 125 winners with crystal awards and revealed their rankings during a black-tie gala held last night during the Training 2015 Conference & Expo at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta.

Does Your Training Work? Try a “Warmer” Climate

No matter how thoughtful and well-designed the training, you still need to make sure all the right factors are in place to care for and nurture it through that critical and precarious incubation period. If the climate is suitable for learning transfer, the training sticks, thrives on its own, and ultimately blossoms into fruitful returns.

Tenaris’ Feedback Actions Campaign

Nearly 50 percent of Tenaris’s white collar employees indicated on two separate surveys in two years that their performance reviews were not helping improve their job performance. In response, Tenaris implemented the Feedback Actions Campaign to improve the annual performance evaluation process for more than 7,000 employees.

Everyone Needs a MESS (Meeting Enforcer Sensor System)

Sixty-seven percent of employees report that more than half of the meetings they attend are of no value, according to a recent study. Apparently, we’ve cured many diseases, but not one for the common meeting.

Why Questioning Work Is the New Time Management

When people become comfortable questioning and challenging assumptions about work, it often becomes clear that redesigning the work—doing it in a new way than was originally specified—is often the best option.

Do You Have a Results-Focused Workplace?

If employees understand that they solely will be judged by the outcome of their labor, rather than the appearance of their labor, there will be a focus shift.

Virtually There: Developing the Competencies of Virtual Classroom Facilitators

As you move your programs to the virtual classroom, start by making sure your instructional designers are virtually competent. Then, task your trainers with the following goal: facilitate virtual classroom learning experiences that meet or exceed the learning outcomes expected in a traditional face-to-face experience.

Common Questions about Host Leadership

Host leadership is about building relationships—at work, in the community, in society, at home—to engage others. This engagement is the key ingredient that leads to increased performance and results.

My Best Boss

Research shows that common characteristics of what makes a good boss include: My best boss listened. My best boss backed me up. My best boss respected me.

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