The 2020 Workplace is Here...Now What? Join your learning colleagues from Visa, Microsoft, UPS, Ernst & Young, Eileen Fisher, AdventHealth, Mastercard, PwC, IBM and others to answer this question and prepare now for the 2030 workplace!

The 2020 Workplace is Here...Now What? Join your learning colleagues from Visa, Microsoft, UPS, Ernst & Young, Eileen Fisher, AdventHealth, Mastercard, PwC, IBM and others to answer this question and prepare now for the 2030 workplace!
Training 2020 Conference & Expo

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Give Employees Learning Theyメll Love

By Michael Ninness, Senior Vice President, Product and Content, lynda.com Too often training goes unused. It’s not relevant to the learner or fails to address a specific concern in a moment of need. Even when training is consumed, learning does not always occur. And because technology and information are rapidly evolving, content used in training quickly becomes outdated.

Supercompetent Speaking: Leave メEm Laughing

By Laura Stack, MBA, CSP While the purpose of any presentation is to provide the audience with useful information or influence behavior, there is no fail-safe method for ensuring it happens. However, you’re more likely to have it happen through the use of humor, which can aid in breaking the ice, engaging your audience immediately, and retaining their attention.

Delegation for Growth and Development

Edited by Edward T. Reilly Delegation allows another individual or group to work on a project or task that offers motivation and rewards on its successful completion. It also offers the manager the opportunity to grow and develop individuals who then can be recognized as high-level contributors in the organization. Begin your close look into the practice of delegating with a self-assessment of your comfort level with delegation. Two-Way Benefits of Delegating

Love Your Competitor

By David McNally, CEO, TransForm Corporation As an Aussie, I am still basking in the glow of the first Australian to win The Masters, the golf tournament regarded by many professionals as the pinnacle of achievement. His name is Adam Scott. One would have to understand the history of sport in Australia to grasp the significance of this to the nation. Aussies love their sport no matter what form it takes. Even the Prime Minister stopped what she was doing to send a message of congratulations.

Advance Your Leadership Journey

By Sandra Davis, Ph.D. Pearl 1: The Leader You Will Be Tomorrow Is Not the Leader You Are Today Great leaders are on a “leadership journey.” They learn, grow, evolve, develop, and find new ways to lead in an ever-evolving leadership environment. While the oft-heard expression, “You can’t teach an old dog new tricks,” may subtly tempt us to opt out of active learning, we have an enormous capacity to change and develop. Becoming a better leader tomorrow means proactively striving to do so.

Case Study: Innovation Takes Hold

By Barbara Wanless Jake looked over his redesigned departmental layout and smiled. Following an intense, nine-day Leadership Retreat, the multinational company had implemented sweeping physical changes to the offices. The new watchword was “Innovation,” and the walls came down. There were whiteboards for each work team, small meeting areas for Idea Groups, and even adaptions to workflow to increase interactions between departments.

Training Your Team for Lifeメs Challenges

By Richard B. Secord “If you wish to achieve worthwhile things in your personal and career life, you must become a worthwhile person in your own self-development.”—Brian Tracy

Create a Culture for Results

By Dianne M. Durkin “The true essence of leadership is that you have to have a vision. You can’t just blow an uncertain trumpet.” —Theodore Hesburgh There are many myths about leadership that often prevent people from developing their leadership skills. They think if they were not born a leader with some magic leadership dust in their DNA, they cannot become one in the future.

Training Empowers Employees to Make Smart Benefits Decisions

By Justyn Harkin It happens every benefits enrollment season at every company around the country. Employees who want to get the whole benefits enrollment process over and done with simply sleepwalk through some of the most important decisions they could be making for themselves and their families for the rest of the year. Something has to be done to wake these employees up!

Make the Most of Your Talent

By Don Maruska and Jay Perry The world belongs to the talented, and that means you. Whether you’re the new kid in a cubicle, the boss in the executive suite, or you run your own business, you have huge potential for greater productivity and fulfillment. Even very high performers in excellent organizations—large and small, for profit and nonprofit—report that 30 to 40 percent of their talent is untapped. And that’s only the talent they know about. It doesn’t capture what they haven’t discovered yet.

Close the Talent Gap by Transforming the Learning Experience

By Terri Maxwell “If you want something better, you have to be willing to do something different.” In our new book, “The New World of Work: From the Cube to the Cloud”(Inspire on Purpose Publishing), my co-author, Tim Houlne, CEO of Working Solutions, and I reveal startling statistics about the global labor force and the opportunities that smart executives and entrepreneurs can leverage now to stay ahead of competition.

Write Your Book Now

By Lynda McDaniel, Co-Founder, The Book Catalysts According to a recent survey, as many as 80 percent of adults want to write a book, but only 2 percent ever do. You can beat those odds. As a trainer consultant, you have a wealth of experiences to share in a book—techniques you learned the hard way, insights unique to your sessions, information people need to excel on the job. Books are the 21st century equivalent of business cards, so you don’t want to be without one.

Training: Making the First Day Count

By Jeanne O’Connor, Human Resource Manager, Billtrust “You never get a second chance to make a good first impression.” How many times have these 12 threadbare words been preached to job-seekers? More importantly, how many companies look in the mirror when uttering them—particularly on that day when a new hire first reports for work?

Training Increases Employee Retention

By Joe Lipham, Training Account Manager, Signature Worldwide I thought I had hired the perfect person for the front desk. She was bright, articulate, and eager to learn the hotel business from the ground up. She was going to be my front desk star. I arranged an interview with the front office manager and she agreed: star material! Imagine my surprise and disappointment when two weeks later my new star was in my Human Resource director’s office offering her resignation.

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