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Total 2018 U.S. training expenditures—including payroll and spending on external products and services—declined 6.4 percent to $87.6 billion, according to Training magazine's 2018 Training Industry Report.

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INDUSTRY INSIGHT: Hard Skills Are Only Half the Price of Entry

Organizations have been paying only half the price of entry when moving managers through the leadership pipeline. According to a 2016 Gallup poll, only 18% of managers demonstrate an aptitude for effectively managing others. This means a staggering number of companies are functioning far below potential.

If 82% of managers aren't effectively leading their people, consider how many companies aren't effectively operating their businesses. Tom Roth, President and Chief Operating Officer of Wilson Learning Worldwide, writes: "When history points to great failures and great successes of companies, it often points to the character of the leader."

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Training Insights Episode 27: Design Thinking

Episode 27 of this podcast series, produced by Ottawa-based writer/audio producer Kevin McGowan in partnership with Training magazine, features a chat with Karen Chovan, principal, Enviro Integrations Strategies, about Design Thinking and how it can not only make better products and projects, but better teams, as well.

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Training Insights Episode 28: Talking About Interactive Video

Episode 28 of this podcast series, produced by Ottawa-based writer/audio producer Kevin McGowan in partnership with Training magazine, features a chat with Kyle Morton, founder of Hapyak, about how video is evolving the way we learn and communicate.

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What Will Our Children Do? 20 Jobs of the Future

Advances in artificial intelligence (AI), robotics, autonomous vehicles, blockchain, human enhancement, and hyperconnectivity will help transform industries, enable the birth of new sectors, and lead to a whole new set of professions and jobs.

Go Ahead and Record Me at Work—Please!

How can audio and video recordings of employee interactions, such as at meetings, be used as a tool to improve workgroup and individual performance?

Criticality of Competency in Oil and Gas Operations

Organizations involved with oil and gas production need to concentrate on the competency development of work groups; this helps pave the way for the smooth and effective operation in oil and gas fields. This will reduce operating cost, incidents, and damage, which can directly increase the organization’s profit.

Is Collaboration Overrated?

As I brainstorm survival techniques for an introvert in an open-plan office, I dream of a day when “collaboration” will be more than the peanut gallery offering comments and criticism while one or two people carry the load.

A Fabled Approach to Improving Leadership

Why not take the essential story—a fable—and apply it to the workplace and draw from it what wisdom we can to better understand ourselves and to improve how we lead and how we manage.

Using Improv Techniques to Increase Confidence

I found that my coaching skills and the skills I had learned as an actor had a lot in common, including listening without judgment, connecting, curiosity, and creativity.

7 Tips to Improve Your Onboarding Process

Nowadays, modern onboarding largely is managed by software that can be purchased at an affordable rate, featuring high levels of customization and user-friendly interfaces. Here are tips to consider when searching for onboarding software.

Tips for Avoiding and Handling Toxic Employees

Taking a proactive approach to building a culture that matters starts with your hiring process. Then you’ll build trust by sending a consistent message every day that those values are more than just words.

Closing the Gap on Sexual Harassment Training

Approaching sexual harassment training with a new perspective and some fresh ideas and strategies will help to create a productive, respectful place of employment.

Using Brain Science to Improve Employee Learning

Experts in brain science fields such as psychology, neurology, molecular biology, and behavioral science have a lot to tell us about how to make information stick to our grey matter longer and more effectively.

Brains versus Brawn

Knowing that your prospective or existing customer will default to their preset memories or biases can be used to your advantage if, and only if, you engage them at a higher level of conversation. If you raise the bar to make them think differently, you don’t need to be assertive.

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