November / December 2016View Digital Edition
Most of the Learning & Development profession intellectually knows what to do—the problem is turning an intellectual understanding into action.
Research looking at more than 150 scientific studies has demonstrated that traditional smile sheets are virtually unrelated to learning results. Performance-Focused Smile Sheets, on the other hand, can track both learner satisfaction and learning.
A few reminders disguised as visual tips can keep the momentum going months after a training event.
Here are 3 key components to focus on.
What do your direct reports think about your ability to get things done? What is your “brand” as a leader?
Find out about the latest advances in training technology.
The latest products and services launching in the training industry.
The latest training industry mergers, acquisitions, partnerships, and more.
A new study by Vantage Point and the Sales Management Association reveals that business acumen and assessing performance are the sales management training topics that yield the greatest impact on sales performance.
According to a Bridge by Instructure survey, training is the most important learning opportunity for job satisfaction, coming in above mentorship, a tuition reimbursement program, sabbaticals, and international fellowships.