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Dollar General

The Tennessee discount retailer earns the top spot on the 2019 Training Top 125.

LeadingRE

Mastering the art of leadership development, accelerating the training of its agents, and increasing employee retention and productivity helped Leading Real Estate Companies of the World (LeadingRE) mark a year of milestones.

Best Buy

Laser-focused on growth and innovation, Best Buy is well on the way to fulfilling its multi-year vision called Best Buy 2020 – Building the New Blue. Training continues to play a crucial role in helping the retailer achieve this vision and was instrumental in moving the needle on Best Buy’s three main corporate strategic goals for 2018:

Training technology and innovation have been game-changers for Best Buy as it implements its multi-year growth and customer experience strategy.

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February 2019’s Top Reads

More than 11,000 business books are published every year—an overwhelming choice for busy professionals. Therefore, in partnership with getAbstract, Training brings you February’s top three business books recommended to our readers.

Collaboration Overload?

When you have a group of people, you have more ideas, but you also have more fears and more self-interest. Collaboration needs to be counterbalanced with independent thought and idea generation.

The Not-So-Magic Number

Indifference and passing the buck from one department (and phone number) to another leads to frustrated customers. Customer service starts with allowing people to have the right information. One stop, one conversation leading to one solution will make you the one business people want to deal with.

Changing Culture Quickly Is Key, But So Is Being Realistic

Culture change is not just about operational excellence and creating more efficiencies. Rather, successful culture turnarounds are executed when CEOs instill a sense of trust; a clear, actionable strategy; and hope.

Focus Where It Matters

The focus of a senior meeting needs to be conversation, controversy, even conflict—not updates. Leaders should be engaging and struggling with the organization’s most critical and difficult-to-solve issues. Here are four areas to focus your attention on.

Integrating Learning into the Day-to-Day Workflow

Training content must meet the learner where he or she is, instead of the other way around. It must be readily accessible within the learner’s natural work context, and the process of finding content that specifically meets the learner’s needs must be frictionless and targeted.

Training Top 125 Best Practice: Dellbrook | JKS Construction’s Construction Immersion Program

The project scope included a plan to annually hire 6 to 10 people who had no experience in construction and teach/grow them internally over a two-year time period. During this time, they would learn all aspects of construction management to help them become more well-rounded employees while also figuring out what role would best suit them for their long-term career.

CLOs Need Greater Accountability at the Leadership Table

Corporate learning in a workplace driven by artificial intelligence (AI) must be overseen by a chief learning officer (CLO) with expertise in implementing learning strategies and quantifying results.

Is “Ghosting” the Best Way to Reject Job Applicants?

As part of every manager’s training program, there should be instruction on how to both communicate rejection to potential hiring candidates, as well as how to extend a job offer. Cutting off all communication with job interviewees leaves a bad impression of your company.

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