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TMN Choice Awards

The votes are in, and you have spoken! Training magazine is proud to unveil the winners of the 2020 Training Magazine Network Choice Awards—Training’s crowd-sourced vendor awards program.

Training magazine reveals the results of its crowd-sourced vendor awards program.

Despite the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, average training salaries grew nearly 3 percent in 2019-2020 to $87,658, according to Training magazine’s annual Salary Survey.

To view the full report with the charts, visit: https://pubs.royle.com/publication/?m=20617&i=678873&p=24

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COVID-19 started to take a toll on total U.S. training expenditures in 2020 as they declined more than half a percent to $82.5 billion, according to Training magazine's 2020 Training Industry Report.

You may have employees who have been with your organization for decades. They have a record of accomplishment, are well liked, and a great value to the company. The problem is your workforce needs are shifting.

How to upskill and reskill employees to rocket them into the new world of work.

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New (and Re-Emerging) Trends in the Evolving Workplace

By Deb Busser, Partner, Essex Partners Some fundamental shifts are occurring in the workplace.   It appears little has changed, as those employees who have kept their jobs hunker down, try not to get noticed,and wait things out. But, in fact, the workplace continues to evolve.   New trends are emerging,and some old ones are coming back,too.      

Step Into the Benefits of Workplace Fitness

By Michael Rich

The Wellness Council of America reports a $24 return for every $1 spent on a company wellness program for small businesses. Furthermore, a 2005 survey by The Art of Health Promotionreported companies instituting employee health and wellness programs realized a 30 percent reduction in medical and absenteeism costs in less than four years.

To recognize these benefits and more, implement a workplace fitness program by following these simple steps:

Assessing Human Potential to Predict Future Success

By Roger Edwards, Senior Vice President, Strategic Consulting, Pilat HR Solutions When the economy is in turmoil, it’s important to retain talented individuals to maintain business momentum and survive through the tough times. Coming out of a recession, it’s even more essential to have skilled talent in the right job to support growth.

Conference Highlight: Tired of Taking Orders? Part I

  In the first of three posts, Training 2012 Conference & Expo speaker Dick Handshaw talks about the transition from “order taker” to “strategic partner.” Check back for posts two and three February 1st and 3rd. 

Flipping the Classroom at Work

By Dan Cooper, CEO, ej4.com One of the standard creativity techniques is “reversal.” This is where you take some established idea, suggest the exact opposite, and then see what the potential benefits might be. It’s exactly what educators are doing with one of the most fundamental assumptions of classroom teaching.

Want Higher Performance from Sales Teams?

By Sharon Daniels, CEO, AchieveGlobal Ultimately, all companies are in the business of sales. While goods and services vary from brand to brand, a company’s lifeblood is in the revenue generated from sales. That’s why it’s critical to consider what comprises an organization’s sales DNA—ranging from the talent of individual salespeople, to strength within the leadership ranks, to organizational structure.

Digging Deeper: Measuring the Success of Your eLearning Program

  Thanks to Brenda Quinney (Sales Training Manager at RSA) for this thought-provoking question, and to our LinkedIn Group members for their insightful answers. Q: How do you measure the success of your elearning program? Do you survey your learners? What questions do you ask?  

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