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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.
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.
As workplaces become more mobile and self-serving, training leaders are rejiggering their strategies and many are going virtual. How do instructor-led training (ILT) and virtual instructor-led training (VILT) compare, and is the latter sustainable?
A pre-travel training plan and implementation of company-wide crisis management protocols is vital in helping your organization protect your employees and prevent an unfortunate situation from spiraling into disaster.
The Zero-to-12 Onboarding and Support initiative proves that training and coaching both the new associate and that associate’s close supervisor in tandem creates more effective, more satisfied teams pulling in the same direction.
Blended and virtual learning make it easy for the learner to make decisions about when to engage or disengage. It’s the job of the training professional to ensure that the adult learner is motivated to participate.
Experiential learning makes the learner (not the instructor) the center of the classroom experience, so that the learner does 80 percent of the work with a facilitator coaching him or her through the training experience.
We work in an increasingly technology-driven workplace, but the ease of connecting digitally doesn’t mean greater ease in communicating across cultures. Our world is still a tapestry threaded with cultural differences.
To ensure compliance training requirements are being met and that the company is providing the right training to the right people at the right time, Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) developed a new four-step Training Governance Process complete with a Compliance Training Dashboard and Database.
Stories represent the most powerful form of persuasion we know. The most memorable brands tell their story not just through slogans and slick ads but through the words, actions, and attitudes of its people.